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I use a backup tool (SMSBackupRestore) to save old message on my sd card. Very nice because you can read the backup file to find your old messages. I followed the same scheme as yours (I own a Samsung Galaxy Y Pro - GT-B5510). The only problem I still have now is the low ram. Apps are becoming more and more greedy and even the simplest apps need 20Mb RAM ...
What I did: Move my actual contacts to the SIM card Wipe the data from the Contacts Storage app in the Application Manager Load the contacts from the SIM.
Well, that's weird but I think there are two gmail account put over the device, try going to the settings>Accounts and backup. Check if there are two gmail accounts configured, better to remove google account, once you remove the gmail account its again going to ask for the google account, but before configuring also head over to the application manager and ...
Yup, there are plenty of ROMS out there for Samsung Galaxy Y, as per your requirement, the most recent cyangogen mod is CM11 (kitkat, better than jellybean) for it. The complete installation instructions and step by step tutorial can be found here.
So, here I will be trying to help you real fast by directly dropping you over to the thread over stack exchange How to root the Xperia Mini ST15i. PS: Updated the link.
Actually you don't need all those crap of security apps, I've been using android for several years without such issues. I'd suggest you backup your data and perform a factory reset, that will make your phone pretty fast and new like. And avoid installing such bloatware (even 1 is too much, you are coping with 3). They also affect your battery life. Just one ...
Your best bet would be uninstalling those unesecary security programs, seeing if the problem persisits, in my experience android security programs are both unesecary and cause more problems than they solve.
The second partition should be fat32/fat16 only because gingerbread does not support linking to ext partitions.
Please see this link on wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Android_version_history See usage share wikipedia reference, obtaining user agent and application is not straight forward. Many Android browsers identify themselves as Safari on iOS (among other things) in order to aid compatibility Many Linux Browsers identify themselves as Safari on Mac OS ...
Yeah that seems odd... I remember having the exact same issue however I figured out that it was the Downloaded FireWall application (great app to control your Data Usage btw) just "DENYING" access to the media component from within YouTube. See if you got such apps around your system?? (the firewall suggestion is basically for rooted phones)
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