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I too had the same issue and i have gone through several forums for the help.All have suggested the same . Clear cache and clear data of the playstore. Force stop the playstore. Remove and add google account. I have tried all of the above but not found any good. But after lot of trail and error i have resolved the issue. Solution is the same as ...


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USSD Box on Google Play does help in removing annoying messages sent from your Mobile Network Operator. No root required and supports Marshmallow as well.


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You may have found this answer or another one by now but a simple way to achieve this (as long as you don't want to use the shuffle function) is to manually create a playlist and add each song multiple times. Example (.m3u playlist in same directory as music): #EXTM3U a.mp3 a.mp3 a.mp3 a.mp3 b.mp3 b.mp3 b.mp3 b.mp3 c.mp3 c.mp3 c.mp3 c.mp3


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If you are running a custom ROM, you will need to re-flash it along with the corresponding GApps package. If your phone is unmodified stock (beyond rooting) you will need to re-flash the original phone firmware as described in this guide, and optionally re-root it. Quote of the guide from the above mentioned post: *Download wmshua *Download ftf file ...


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Having just experienced a similar issue, I've found that the apps "Camera FV-5" and "Cinema FV-5" both have nice extra options, including ones affecting focus. Worked for me, even if I'm not sure quite which buttons I hit.


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The following is non-root method: Create a dummy app in Android Studio. [Credit] MainActivity.java, put right after setContentView(R.layout.activity_main): WifiManager wfm = (WifiManager) getSystemService(Context.WIFI_SERVICE); try { wfm.setWifiEnabled(Boolean.parseBoolean(getIntent().getStringExtra("wifi"))); } catch (Exception e) { } ...


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ReverseTethering does not require a rooted device. Depending on your device, it might come with a preinstalled reverse tethering option. Unfortunately, this preinstalled solution is only included in very few devices. I am the developer of ReverseTethering NoRoot, an app that brings reverse tethering to any Android device running Android 4.0 or newer. No ...



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