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I need some other settings on the phone? Nope. No other setting is required. You should be able to login fine with the credentials. I'd recommend double checking the password you typed for any mistake or just reset password incase you may have forgotten.
Ok saddly I have to use a Windows machione to acomplish that. But that was pretty easy after all. Search for the drivers of your smartphone.I find mine in here: http://www.mylgphones.com/lg-android-usb-device-drivers Install a rooter software, searching I found this http://www.kingoapp.com/android-root.htm Set you phone in debug mode. Finally install the ...
I have a suggestion. In fact, some recovery programs can help you like excellent Tenorshare Android Data Recovery. It can recover lost apps data, photos, contacts etc within several seconds. Of course, you can try others
Use "Screen On Call" app to keep screen on during call. There is no need to turn proximity sensor off. It will keep working and if you move you phone to your ear, screen will go off, but if you keep it on the table or away from any blocking objects, screen will stay on, so you will be able to use keypad to punch more numbers or for whatever reason you want ...
There is nothing you can do, except making your device not use ssl. Either there's a problem with the website, or a hacker is modifying your connection to the website on-the-fly but has problems.
My suggestion is imeidata.net. I've gotten incorrect data from the sites mentioned in other answers. For example, for my phone, imei.info gives the wrong data: Model: Sidekick LX Brand: T-MOBILE imeidata.net is correct: IMEI: 3536910674xxxxx Allocating Body: BABT Type Allocation Code: 35369106 Serial Number: 749450 Luhn Checksum: 9 Manufacturer: ...
Firstly it may be useful to merge this with your other question as they are very related. I have already explained to you how to root your S2 so I won't repeat those instructions. And yes it is possible to recover the /data. What you need to do from here is to first complete what I said about rooting it. From there, you should get a new rooted recovery ...
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 ...
Try giving DNS configuration manually. It solved this issue for me.
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