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Messaging -> Menu -> Settings -> Soft Keyboard Type -> Show the Enter Key


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The black bar appears if the display is in landscape mode and the display resolution is not high enough. To view the navigation keys add the following lines to init.{ro.hardware}.rc file. # This board has landscape LCD, enable rotation of keys on Navigation bar setprop lcd.landscape true


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I am assuming that you are using the Andrew Henderson's 3.8 Kernel + Android JB configuration. As I understand the adb as it is intend is not functional in this configuration. Nikolay Elenkov in is blog has the following work around. Following is a direct word to word copy from the his blog Configure FunctionFS support in the kernel ...


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I had a similar problem in that my tablets would connect/disconnect and my laptops would be just fine. So here was my solution. This may or may not help but worth a try. You don't say what the other phone is. Different OS or whatever. Anyway log into the router and look at the wi-fi settings. First go to Accessories, Command Prompt, type in ipconfig and ...


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By default all the apps are forward compatible(moving apps from a previous version say 4.0 to 4.4.4 in this case) because there are only new API additions to the existing ones . As mentioned by @Dan In Rare cases you may find the app not compatible with the latest version only because an API is removed possibly due to some issues. Still if the app is not ...


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Generally this shouldn't be a problem. The only problem with restoring between different Android versions is when you backup and restore the system apps' data from a different version. If you only restore the apps you installed and their data, you'll be OK in most cases. A few apps might have different versions of the app for different Android versions, so ...


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Take a look at Android External Storage Technical Information for an explanation and configuration examples: http://source.android.com/devices/tech/storage/index.html


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First of all you should download the stock ROM: XDA Forum - Micromax Canvas Juice A77 [Root, Recovery, Roms, Etc][MTK6572] After that, if you only changed that file, you can extract it from stock rom and replace it in your phone (check to assign the right permissions), factory reset and your phone should work again. If it's still not working you can flash ...


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CDC Serial means that your phone was previously owned by a fellow member of the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.


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You can find a folder which is writable by the ADB user and put ARM binaries there. I recall that /data/local/bin is such a place. Then you can include that folder in the PATH variable. You can compile your own binaries (I don't know how and even if I did explaining that would probably fill a page or two here) or grab them online. Take a look here, you can ...


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As phones with significant amounts of internal storage became prevalent, Android started to store application and user data on the same partition. As the latter was traditionally stored on an SD card, these phones now call it an "internal SD" card, although no actual SD card is used. In this arrangement, it makes no sense to "move apps to the (internal) SD ...


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like you, me too got fed up with all these text to speech apps available and features. I just want TTS to read a blogpost on google chrome....but cant help.All these apps are of no use for screen reading or webpage reading Since almost all thegood ebook reader have this feature and google text to speech is of no added advantage. In my iphone3gs I could do ...


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Have you tried doing the update from your PC instead? You can download the Mobile Upgrade software and connect your device to your PC to perform the update. Launch the tool and update your phone by following the step by step instructions (refer to the User Guide provided together with the tool). Your phone’s software will now have the latest software. ...


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It may be a firmware upgrade(firware over the air fota). There is a fota app. Go to apps in Settings. Click on clear data for fota app. Check for update again.


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Go into the new profile and enter play store...hit the top left 'play store 'icon go to my apps.... scroll to the one you want ..hit it and it gives the option to install.. hope this helps... took me ages to work it out.. :-)


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Going by the error message which the device is giving conveys that the Android update has crashed midway. This crash during the update is possible due to loss of network connection or the device booted during the update. As the update has crashed you will not be able to update your phone even if your place an SD card or not because the Operating System of ...


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If you don't mind factory reset/wipe the phone and try updating again (back-up data before doing so). It should do the trick. But before trying above method, also try this because I doubt that the device is lacking memory resources on both SD card & internal memory. Try to make some free space in internal memory/external memory (400 MB-500 MB must be ...


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Found this on YouTube: Go to Settings -> Security -> Phone Administrators, then un-check this app and proceed to uninstall it by the usual means.


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Izzy is right, by default you aren't able to load widgets from external memory. If you'd like to do that you will have to use an app like link2sd or something to trick the kernel into thinking it is the internal memory. Link2sd link2sd +


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press the shift key and see the change in the icon for the smiley. It changes to the enter key.


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Just uninstall google play store update to revert back to the factory settings. Then updating apps will be possible.


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I use Helium on a non-rooted Nexus 7 (2013) to backup my app data (but not the apps). I have only one user account but since that app data is user-specific, is contained in my user area, and the backup is placed in my user area, I'd be surprised if Helium would have any trouble backing-up each account separately. I have not had occasion to restore a user's ...



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