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Even I get same error when I have slower internet speeds. Probably slow internet is the mere problem.


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Haha, but it's obvious they won't! Dude, what do you expect? And yeah, if your Google Keep is eating your Data Packet, then stop using it as a Clipboard, because every single time you open it, sync starts. I never found this issue with my Keep. Turn off Google Sync; it's the best way!


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Well that would be a data leaking app as per April 8th. And I never saw that coming because I have a large amount of data package for myself but would go and check. This is a hell lot of data being used up by such a tiny app. I mean in my phone 200mb+ data is either used up by Google Play store or a Browser app by which I downloaded files (audio, video, ...


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It cannot be done. USB Devices interact with your Android phone through a protocol known as USB On-The-Go (USB-OTG for short). This protocol has to be implemented in the software (kernel) level on supported hardware. Unfortunately, the Galaxy Core does NOT have this protocol available.


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I want to know if 4.1 is set-up to use push notifications efficiently with regards to battery drain Well the short answer is Yes, but this sounds like a misguided question. Push notifications have been around for a lot longer than 4.1 and to my knowledge there aren't any major "efficiencies" that were added to the Android OS after 4.1 to improve ...


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Push notifications are designed to be the solution to battery draining apps that constantly monitor for data that has changed locally or on a server. Because of this they are very battery efficient. My phone typically will get 20 notifications in a few hours with less than 1% total battery use. If your having huge battery drain problems, your phone is ...


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Using a cache cleaner, I freed up some cache, netting me a little over 130 MB free space in the app storage. I then updated, and it worked. Freeing the cache again after the update, I only had 100 MB left. I also saw that the cache for the Play Store was about 28 MB, so apparently that's the size of the download for the Chrome update. Using a disk ...


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http://guidesdna.com/update-galaxy-star-pro-s7262-android-4-4-kitkat/ http://techbeasts.com/2014/02/17/update-galaxy-star-pro-to-android-4-4-2-kit-kat-custom-rom/ I am willing to try this on star pro. Not done yet although. Do it on ur own risk ;)


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I just installed BESTSIGNAL on my HTC ONE M7 from the developer of the same name. It's the paid version but only AUD1.99 and it works well, simple yet highly functional GUI. However it was not compatible on my Google Nexus 7 (2012) nor my ASUS Transformer TF700T so be sure to check your device compatibility.


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Go to Wifi Settings > Advanced > Uncheck the option titled "Avoid poor connections". That will probably get rid of the "Poor connection prompt."


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Check this Call settings-> Auto screen off/on during calls or just clean the proximity sensor with cloth


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Follow them, then go to their profile and star them (it's next to the follow button). You'll now get notifications whenever they tweet.


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You can also download the app "wifi key recovery" which is a lot easier.


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In this thread, the poster was unable to find the cause, but was advised by Samsung to factory reset. According to the thread, phone info appears to be a hidden app with many permissions, perhaps malware.


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There are a number of ways to upgrade your android device. If your carrier has provided you with an update, you can go under Settings>About Phone>Software Updates. This will see if there is an update available. You can then choose to download the update and it will upgrade your device. I have not heard anything about updates from carriers wiping data. ...


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It is saved in /data/misc/wifi/wpa_supplicant.conf file. You can open it with any text editor. If you have Terminal Emulator you can also do this: cat /data/misc/wifi/wpa_supplicant.conf


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download root checker.. from the play store.. and then you will come to know your phone version.. if Korean or international version.. maybe you got cheated.. while buying.. or you didn't pay attention/check it out properly! if it is rooted you got no help with Samsung.. as far as I know.. but you can give it a try! and also leave the flashing to ...


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Ive also disassembled completely my S2 a few times also because of its LCD (it was black sometimes I could see a few pixel flashing in random colors or if i was lucky the whole screen was covered in horizontal blue stripes after repeatedly being covered with a tint of a different colour) You need to make sure the antenna is properly inserted make sure it is ...



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