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I also had this problem, but I solved it for myself. I just needed to change my cable, and it worked again. Maybe you have a defective cable as well.
When it's white, it means that Android can connect to the Wi-Fi access point but cannot get a connection to the Internet (more specifically, it is trying to connect to one of Google's server if you have Google Account registered in the device). This may happen if you connect to an open Wi-Fi access point that requires sign-in through the browser or which ...
In settings, see if you can find something called "Application manager". When in that, find the "all" list. See if the deleted app is still listed there. If yes, there should be a few options to clear the data it stores, use them. I am not sure how your android looks like, but they should generally be the same. If that does not help, you can use this app: ...
I recently connected a mouse through USB OTG cable to my friend's phone which suffered a similar fate. With the mouse almost all functions were possible including typing thorough the onscreen keyboard. The only thing that was not possible was to use the Home, Back and Menu soft buttons. I then installed Button Savior app to bring in a overlay soft buttons ...
With this app MyPhoneExplorer I can successfully lock, unlock and uninstall apps from my phone without using the touch screen. I have gingerbread 2.3.5 installed .
Yes, your Gingerbread phone does this, and no, it's not a feature of Gingerbread. This isn't an Android-specific behaviour at all: it's part of the GSM protocol itself, so all phones do it. When the cell tower transmits, it says the transmit strength in the signal. The phone then works out how much attentuation there is (i.e. how much weaker the received ...
If the Galaxy S is rooted, you could use Titanium Backup to back up the app including its data. If the Nexus is rooted as well, you could try restoring this backup there directly; with some luck, the entire app works there as well, and there's nothing else to do. If not (or the restored app won't work on the Nexus), you could extract the app's database file ...
Can you do it ? Yes you can, how hard or time consuming is it going to be? A lot of time for sure. Sure you can go ahead! Many people run custom roms or build their own roms from AOSP on their android devices. You can either search for compatiable custom roms for your device else go pull a branch of AOSP and build on it!
One option is using RUUs. A few Google searches should get you going. Another is flashable stock ROM zips. A few searches in the XDA Developers forum for that device should put you in track.
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