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Did you try to write files on your external SD card? Google has blocked the write access to External SD card for third party apps on Android 4.4. Lots of apps became useless on KitKat. You can try upgrading your Android system to 5.0+. Also please try using your mobile default file manager to read or write files to see what will happen.


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Just factory reset my phone *frustated =w= And I think, I know what's the problem that made my phone rebooting like that. The Fake GPS app itself, I've been testing it after a few factory reset.. well i think it's a bug =w= My advice: Never Install Fake GPS


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Hello Nini Some phones only uses its original Android Version (Stock ROM) because of some hardware incompatabilty. Like the mainboard, RAM and Processor, they may not be ready, or it can't support the next Android Version. And if you want to taste the new flavor of Android Versions, Yes and it is possible but it also come into unsupported devices and ...


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ShutApp ShutApp is an Android app I developed for rooted devices that will automatically mark your muted WhatsApp chats as read and prevent them from jumping to the top of the chat list, so that you don't have to leave those annoying groups. You do need a rooted android device to use the app, though. That's because the app needs to be able to modify ...


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I recently bought a Galaxy S7 Edge. Was getting ADs for Mobile Strike over and over, with sound even when the volume was off. Very frustration. Tried Ad blocker and Malware Bytes. All excellent apps. Nothing worked. Couldn't find the responsible app. Finally had to do a hard reset. That worked.


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Disable Google sync (leak wifi passwords). If you have rooted smartphone try wifipass application (check wifi pass) and wifi analyzer (diff wifi connection attributes)


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If you want to be able to control the time and space and quality of recording video try this application avaliale in playstore. Good Luck!


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It appears that Open Camera (net.sourceforge.opencamera) does contain a feature where the focus could be manually set to auto, infinity, macro, manual (locked-on-touch) and continuous. It does appear to mostly work on a non-rooted Nexus 5 — changing the setting to infinity does remove the extra focusing delay prior to taking each picture (...



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