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This post is about a bit old now, but I guess, since I also faced the same issue, I should share the solutions I found. Before KitKat, the Messaging app had an option in its Settings to either use smiley key or a newline key. However, after the KitKat update, there is no such option. Instead, we can access the newline key in some other way. Actually, when ...


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As per TheFutureIsWild: Doing a RESTART (not turning off and on) fixed the problem. Also make sure you have a USB data cable, not just a charging one.


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Hope this helps. "0. You DON'T need to be rooted to do this. The "Disable" function is part of Android, it does not delete the app. Disable can also be used to turn off bloatware apps if your squeamish about rooting to get rid of them. It does however stop the app from working at all, so be sure that its not used or connected to any of the apps you use. ...


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That device doesn't have a button configuration to boot into recovery. You are going to have to run sh reboot-recovery.sh from the SDcard, (posted in my original answer) after your device gets past bootloader.


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For the One Plus One Phone running Android Version 4.4.4 with CyanogenMod version 11.0-XNPH44S, go to Settings -> Lock Screen -> Slider Shortcuts. You will just see the icon of the lock and after you touch it, you will see your current options. To change or remove one of these, move the lock to the target icon and you will then see options to modify it.


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I dont know what happened but surprisingly the tablet booted on its own. I did not do anything new. It is showing in Device manager as Alcatel ADB Android Device and I was able to see the memory card contents in My Computer too. Battery level was 74%, battery charging blue LED came back on, phew! The only negative thing I saw was that it gave a message on ...


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If it is stuck in bootloop, I suspect corruption in /system. You should either reinstall the stock ROM or install a custom one. The first thing you will need is a custom recovery. According to this post by flowish at XDA-Developers, you can do this by follwing these steps: Download the recovery (recommended latest build) extract and put to your ...


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The answer posted by @ndsmyter seems almost correct. The applications under Application manager -> SD CARD are those applications which can, at least in part, be moved to the SD card (and this happens where the checkbox next to the application's entry is checked). At first sight it may seem like "Application" and "SD card app" are for code on internal ...


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If you performed a /data wipe (factory reset) on your old phone, you have nothing to worry about; that person will not be able to "automatically" log onto your Google Account. Old phones will always show up on Play Store when you're looking from your PC. You cannot remove the device from Play Store, but you can hide it from your Google Play Settings from a ...


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Compared to other devices, there is no "Move to SD card" option in the application manager menu on Galaxy S Duos. I have rooted my phone and I use folder mount app to link game data to SD card. I have tried and tested this app, so I can guarantee that this will work on a rooted S Duos. But first, you have to install the game in internal storage. Games like ...


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Delete the .thumbnail folder (this has all the camera caches, and is useless for us), then create a new file called .thumbnail.


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adb logcat outputs the BackupManager activities, so you can monitor if the process is running or stalled. Since adb logcat produces lots of logs from other processes, it is not easy to watch BackupManager logs. The easy way to watch BackupManager output is to use grep. adb logcat | grep BackupManager will filter only BackupManager logs.


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Sorry to bump this up guys, but I think I got the solution to your problem, l0b0. I chanced upon this post while trying to solve the same problem faced by l0b0. I'm currently using Samsung SIII, and I synced my phone contacts to my gmail account. The birthdays of my contacts appear 3 times, with the same colour (under "My Calendar" in Google Calendar app). ...


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Mobogenie has been updated so users can decide either if they want to install our software or not. This solves the issue of consider Mobogenie as a spam software and focus in our content. Glad to have a further discussion to solve any remaining doubt.


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Olright mate you will have to wipe/ reset the whole device to do this Remove the battery. Replace the battery but do not power the device on. Hold down the Volume Down + Menu buttons then press the Power button. Hold the Power button for 2-4 seconds and release it without releasing the Volume Down or Menu button. Your phone will boot into hboot mode. Use ...



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