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You need the file http://forum.xda-developers.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=1674014&d=1359080668 here and copy it to the external SD card (the one you connect to a slot in the phone) Steps: Save the file to external sd card Open stock recovery (press power + vol up + home button) Install zip from external sd card Choose the file ...


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Try giving DNS configuration manually. It solved this issue for me.


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There is a mod for this by, I think, TeamNocturnal...I have it working on Stock gb 2.3.5 for ZTE Merit. Google search "swipe to clear notifications mod."


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Solved. I found a copy Epistle on the web, and installed it using: adb install 2388.-Epistle_v1.2.1.apk Now I can see old data again! Warning: I was aware of the risk that during installation the app may reinitialize its database. If that had happened, then bad luck. The data was comprised of some notes that, while nice to have, would not have been ...


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If you have rooted your phone use a root explorer to go to data > data> locate the whatsapp folder > files > logs > delete all the files there and you are good to go.


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Download this unlocker. Unzip it somewhere you will remember. http://dl1.rapidshare.de/files/689909/63115315/Motorola_Unlocker.zip 1) Turn Off your phone 2) plug your phone to the PC using your mini usb cable 3) put your phone on the flash mode *,#,and power button 4) open the software 5) click on connect RFone 6) click yes when it say done it is unlocked


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The PIN/password is not the key used to encrypt/decrypt. The PIN/password is used to decrypt the key used to encrypt/decrypt (that's why one can change the PIN/password without re-encrypting the whole disk). Android does not provide a way to backup the encryption keys. So the easiest things to do is insert the old SD card to the phone, and via Wifi copy ...


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Well, It is not a direct answer for your question, but since you are using a "Gingerbread device" that probably uses "mass storage", Winamp or MusicPlayer will do the work for you.


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Multitasking is truly supported by devices with higher end chip configuration( i.e.good clocking speed 1Ghz and or sufficient RAM>=500Mb ). In simple terms is that insufficient ram will not be able to hold more then one application at the same time and less processor speed will take some time to load in app data for both the applications(although i think ...


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just do the following: go to settings. then go inside developer options then go to the app section. There you find option saying "don't keep activities". Put it OFF...thats it. now browse opera mini on phone...it will sort out your problem. Now you can tab between multiple tasks – and no need to worry about anything. It works for me too. I have a KitKat ...



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