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The closest I've come is combining two settings. I do this on two devices, one running Android 4.4.4 (KitKat) and another running Android 5.0.2 (Lollipop). System Settings → Wi-Fi → Advanced → Keep Wi-Fi on during sleep → Only when plugged in Play Store → Settings → Auto-update apps → Auto-update apps over Wi-Fi only ...


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Disabling 'debugging mode' did the trick for me.


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Once you get to the USB logo, press the volume up and down together once and it should bring you into recovery.


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Charge your phone--preferably overnight so that the battery is at 100% capacity. Change the settings to allow installation of non-Market applications. Go to Settings > Applications and choose "Unknown sources." The green check mark should light up. Open your browser and go to the Cyanogen Recovery Flasher mirror site (Resources, below.) Download the file ...


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There is no recovery mode in this tablet. You can only achive dead android lying after clicking reset button at the back and holding vol -. To restore/reset password/pattern lock you need SD and phoenix tool provided with the firmware package. Everything is in the manual inside the package at prestigio.com


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You will find many answer for your question.But here is the simplest way which is I have used. Root your Xperia M (Use towelroot,Root checker,SuperSu) Install iFont.(Other apps may not able to change font.Your phone will just rebooted) It will reboot your phone. And Here it is your font will be seen changed.


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I don't know about those exact models, but on Jelly Bean in general, you must enable a password on your phone to encrypt external SD. Security -> Set up screen lock -> Password. Then you'll need to set a password for the SD. Step-by-step tutorial with images: http://visihow.com/Encrypt_Files_on_Your_SD_Card_Using_Your_Android_Phone


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Sorry to say that but i think your contacts are lost forever...you can download an app that may scan your drive for deleted files and that may need an root on your phone and is not 100% guaranteed. Very likely the space where your contacts were has been overwritten so is not possible to recover it. Next time keep an backup on your external SD card they are ...


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Although the Original Answer is already in place, let me just re-phrase it, which hopefully resemble Vanilla Android AOSP based phones. Open "Settings" application Choose "Apps" or "Applications" from the list of different Settings. Locate "GMail" App in the List of Apps shown. Select "Gmail" App and in this screen, there is "Clear Data" option ...



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