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Its sad that google doesn't want to provide default incognito on android platform even after so many years


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I found out how to disable mobile data for some apps. Go to Settings →Mobile data (you'll see a list of apps that use Mobile data like Skype, Viber, Whatsapp, and so on) → tap one of them (e.g. Viber) → scroll down to Disable mobile data or similar → Tap it and agree to what is mentioned there. Now you disabled Mobile data for Viber. ...


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If you use it only to make and receive phone calls, then no, the OS version doesn't really matter. You might still want to keep up with updates, the latest official version of the OS usually bring improvements to battery life, bug fixes, and other little improvements; but keeping up with updates is much less important if the phone is just used as a basic ...


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You'd need specialist tools to connect directly to the flash memory, I doubt it's practical to do so and you're more than likely to cause some more irreversible damage to your device. See How can I physically remove the internal memory device from my Samsung Galaxy S2? or iFixIt's guide On the other hand, you might have luck trying to power on your device ...


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To answer your main question. Normally rooting installs an app to control the allocation of the root permission to apps that request it and also adds the root (or super user) binaries to the device therefore enabling it. You cannot change an app to request root but you need to change it at the source to do so. Which is a question for stack overflow.


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"Can we change apps in phone to have root permission?" If the app was built to use root permissions, you need them to run the app. Unless said app is open source, you cannot modify it to use root permissions. I also do not believe an app can root a device. You must have an in depth knowledge of the OS to make an app to root a phone. Which files are changed? ...


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Basically just exploiting the system to allow arbitrary code execution, or code not from the developers. Check out this article: Android Rooting: A Developer's Guide


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In addition to other answers, if pinch zoom and two-finger glide din't work, try to rotate screen to landscape mode by switching on the auto-rotate feature and read the notification in Landscape. It may help you read the notifications most of the times. Because clicking the nofication will open the specific app and you wont be able to read it until it shows ...


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On my Samsung Galaxy S4 with Android 5.0.1 I can just "pull down" the notification (using one finger) or pinch-zoom it (using two fingers) to see the full text: first, pull down the notification bar then pull down the single notification, where the text is cropped I don't know whether this is specific for Samsung's TouchWiz or if it's a standard Android ...


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A good option is to edit the GRUB boot loader and put vga=ask at the end of the line. This will pop up a menu asking you which resolution you want to run the device at every time you boot. Higher res = more overhead. Off the top of my head, mode 333 works reliably (1024x768@16-bit color), and I have a little better luck with 16-bit color modes and standard ...


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I went to Security - Device Maintenance and deleted the corporate email setting


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Below setting fixed issue on my Moto-G Go to Settings>Wireless & Networks>More...>Mobile networks>Preferred network type>select either 2G or 3G as available


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There is a way to it without having to buy anything. You'll have to get root permissions on your ROM and might be permissive SELinux. Install Viper's Audio for Android latest version from http://vipersaudio.com/blog/?page_id=48 Launch the app, and install a driver with any quality you need, then reboot! After rebooting your device, launch Viper's Audio app ...


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Solution 1: If you do not like the recommended apps, you can disable them, by following: Goto Settings Click More Select Application Manager Select All Select PageBuddyNotiSvc Uncheck Show Notifications If the above solution doesn't helps then try this link: http://www.androidbeat.com/2014/04/customise-notification-panel-samsung-galaxy-s5/ *Note: Still ...


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The only thing that I can think of is that you're sending a type of message that can not be sent by default (e.g. MMS messages). I had an issue where long SMS messages would automatically be converted to MMS, thus not being not-sendable. Check whether the message type is SMS, and also check whether you can send short SMS messages (that won't be converted to ...


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Remove the SIM card-> Insert the SIM into another phone and restart the phone -> Insert in back into your phone and restart and check if it works. This will reconfigure the message center and the settings for you SIM card. If the problem persist contact your network operator for settings.



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