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Youcan do this .. you get back all the option by go to setting->MY Device->home screen mode-> and select standard mode. and now all you missing option is there for multitasking 1-enable multitasking from notification tray 2-now long press the 'back button' so side bar is appear on screen. now enjoy multi tasking.


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You and me have been working on this but it might benefit some others who come across your question in a search. Having used both a Huawei and a SIMCOM module with an A20 based system I have run into the issue of compatibility as not all modems work the same way. For instance the RIL for the Huawei does not work with the SIMCOM 100%. GPRS works but SMS does ...


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If your Xperia tablet is rooted... use an app called Tasker. It is able to emulate to send touch and swipe events to the screen. I have used it in several apps to scroll the screen up. Of course you can use Tasker if the device isn't rooted, but I'm not sure if you can send shell commands. In Tasker, create a new task, Action category CODE--> RUN SHELL--> ...


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I have the same problem. (Xperia running 4.4.4) It happened to me when I plugged my phone in to my car USB (ironically to charge the battery). The car system must request a list of media for it to play (I hope it is clever and doesn't ask for photo's too.) From then on my phone started to heat up and my battery started discharging rapidly. This went on for a ...


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I have experienced so very many problems with 4.4.4 which really SUX!!! It has been such a waste of time and effort after getting 4.4.4 I sure do miss being able to just plug in the OTG to my Moto G XT1034 2298 and a flash drive to dump most any file I wanted into the flash drive. It was so very quick and easy. <<< ...


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do u still have this problem.? Did you get solution for this.? If yes, just share how you solved it. If no, then this following FAQ page 21th question will help you to find the solution. They have said try to update your Link2SD app. That will solve your problem. http://www.link2sd.info/faq


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You can edit mbr/ebr1/ebr2 of your mobile to change the partition sizes. There are readily available mods and tutorials in xda too. Refer that.


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Restoring phone to factory settings is the easiest way. Tough way is to search on net for a valid vold.fstab file, which can be generally found in custom built ROMs.


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It's telling you that you will have to unlock the device before you can access a widget tap's action. Eg: If I tap on the clock widget on my lock screen, I will have to unlock the phone before it opens the clock screen. If I tap on a Google Now widget on my lock screen, I will have to unlock the phone before it opens Google Search/Now. The dimming is ...


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I presume you're talking about US numbers? If you haven't tried including a + at the start of numbers saved in your contacts that could be worth doing. +1 555 123 4567 is the international format and may help other apps know where to send your message/call.


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Can this be reset on the device itself? Is there anything in the code that can be modified? It is possible to extend the ring time, but you have to deactivate voice mail and call forwarding/divert for no answer (i.e. missed call). Is this due to phone itself, or due to local service provider? I found that Claro Colombia is one of GSM network ...


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Here are the steps:- Make sure USB debugging is enabled. Go to Settings > Developer Options > Enable USB Debugging. Download AND Install MTK Drivers (extract, right-click android_winusb.inf and select install) Download and extract the MTK6589 Auto Root folder. Connect your phone to PC visa USB. Run run.bat from the extracted MTK6589 Auto Root folder. Press ...


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I fixed the problem by backing up using the stock recovery, then reflashing the factory firmware. I then went back into stock recovery and restored my user data. The reason why it wouldn't accept my update.zip files is because they weren't signed by Archos.


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Go to settings, data usage. Press the apps you want not to use data, and scroll down and select "Disable background data". Now the app won't connect to the Internet if connected on mobile network or mobile hotspot. Please note that if you open the app, it will be allowed to use your data connection, this is only for background data.


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AFAIK, this is impossible to do in KitKat and previous version. There is no globe (input method switch key) icon, and there is no setting related to it. However, recent update added this feature, BUT it's only for Android 5.0 Lollipop (as of writing). From "What's New", (Lollipop) Introduced input method switch key. On Lollipop, there will be a globe ...


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Is there an upgrade waiting to be installed even? I have 2 ideas: A: Use bluetooth tethering to your phone to get network access B: You could install some basic commandline tools (eg. ssh server / socat / brctl / etc) from http://dan.drown.org/android/ and try to get a working connection via Android-Debug-Bridge's integrated portforwarding feature (maybe ...


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If it's rebooting, you should probably try logging some kernel or other system related messages that are saved after / during a crash, that could show later log messages which probably show what crashed in the lower layers. Include the log directly before the crash and include it here if it doesn't break formatting, or upload it on pastebin or nopaste ...


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I'm not sure automatic password detection is available. After all, computers don't really have that function. You still have to select the user/enter username. As far as having the option to lock certain apps automatically when in family mode but unlocked in My mode, upgrade your Android version at least 4.3 (newest is Lollipop 5.0 but that's not available ...


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Try to FORCE STOP applications that use your camera such as snapchat and skype. I did and it worked. Good luck!


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Try harder to find firmware images for your phone. A factory reset might not work, as it only wipes data and cache partition. The etc folder is in /system/etc, /etc usually just is a link to /system/etc. Therefore you would need an image of the system partiton. Well, if you can't find such firmware, it might not be a device thats common used, and therefore - ...


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Attempt to do a Factory Reset through Settings. I deleted a system file once and it ended up fixing it although my new experience with Android says it might not work. I couldn't find anything online relating to your phone besides reviews, tests, and things along those lines. You are sort of in a pickle here. I'll try to search more for ya.


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After a long time trying I managed to finally root it In summary, I think these are the steps to make it work: Try to root with rootmaster. Check if it gives you root. If it does- check if it persists on reboot. If it does not do 2 and 3. Try to root again with rootmaster then delete /system/app/kinguser, /system/app/superuser.apk, and ...


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It may be due to other (open) WiFi signals "disturbing your device". With multiple APs being available (in range), your device might try switching to the strongest signal. Of course this would require your device had been connected to them before (Android doesn't automatically connect to "unknown" networks – but it does automatically connect to networks ...


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If your device is rooted, as it probably is with CM, you can also do this via adb: adb shell rm /data/misc/adb/adb_keys Depending on your build you probably have to run adb as root(1) or call the su binary(2). (1) adb root or adb kill-server; sudo $(which adb) start-server --> adb shell rm /data/misc/adb/adb_keys (2)adb shell --> su --> rm ...



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