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I couldn't find much real info/review about those apps. Some reviews say that they are fake, but one thing I can conclude is, both apps are not available on Google Play Store. As far as I can see, both apps provide their installer on their websites only (links are not provided to prevent spam, since it's easy to find them). As a user who often installs ...


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Android only accepts certain file types (from a hardcoded list) by default. There are two solutions: The sender can rename their files before sending to one of the white-listed mime-types (by adding an accepted file extension). Buy a phone from a manufacturer that supports it or install aftermarket firmware such as OmniROM or CyanogenMod that allow all ...


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Problems due to OK Google enable in all screen. To fix this, find the Google folder in apps, tap on Google settings, tap on Voice, then "Ok Google" Detection, uncheck the option From any screen, and make sure to check From Google Search app, if you still want to use Ok Google from Google app screen. Problems will be solved....


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A few to much questions for a single post, though they are mostly related. Let's roll up from the end: Deep Sleep is a state where the CPU has "nothing to do at all". Depending on the tasks the device has to perform, CPU runs in different "speeds" (frequencies). Say you've got a 1 GHz CPU, that doesn't mean it permanently runs at 1 GHz (and eats your ...


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There is an (official) API called eRail.in . This API is very easy to handle and uses Json-Rpc. And yes, if you use this API, it is legal. It and it's documentation can be found here: http://api.erail.in/ Note: You need to request an Api-Key to get access to the api. The eRail.in Indian Railways API uses an API key to identify your application. API keys ...


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First go to settings->Apps->Your app->move to SD Card. Then follow these steps: First download ES File explorer Search for the app's folder on the SD card. If you cannot, go to the Android folder->DATA->Your app. OR go to Android->OBB->your app. If you cannot find the folder, the developer ought to help you, especially since you are ...


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First and foremost, do a Factory Reset, to clear everything and set it back to the way it was made. Secondly, NEVER install and agree with Application Permissions that seems odd, for example you should think very carefully before giving an application access to your call logs/history, gallery, etc, but especially access to settings and admin privileges! ...


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There is no app that does that, and there never will be, because it is impossible. The voltage of a battery does not tell you how much charge a battery has, nor does any other characteristic of the battery. Battery voltage does drop as capacity drops, but the voltage drop is a function of the percentage of charge, not amount of charge. It is impossible to ...


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Of course you can install all your applications via their .apk package, downloadable from the internet (you'll also find several alternative markets like aptoide and F-Droid). As of play store: the website only tells the android app to install a certain app, so if you don't have it installed, you won't go any further. install play store via it's .apk ...


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"The problem is that under certain circumstances Android 5.0 and 5.0.1 leak memory, and when the leak has reached a critical point then Android tries to compensate by forcibly closing apps to free up resources. What the out-of-memory killer doesn’t know is that it is Android itself that is leaking the memory and not the apps." ...


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Your Galaxy S5 Active should be able to create a Wi-Fi network, and share its own cellular data. This is usually referred to as "tethering", or "mobile hotspot". The settings are different for various Android devices, and sometimes are a paid feature (or may be missing completely) depending on the carrier. Generally, on Samsung devices like your S5 Active ...


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Setup a VPN! Having your phone rooted will let you install OpenVPN . You should setup a server (and connect it too to the VPN) and your phone will be your client. Then you'll have a server and a client in the same network so you can use adb commands! Push, pull, install...


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Locus supports that by a built-in function On Board Map Calibrator. You can overlay and calibrate any picture over any map source supported by Locus.


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Google does not provide any way for external people to contribute to their apps. They would probably have a hard time managing all the commits for so many of their applications as explained here. The best you can hope for is to submit feedback to them from one of their feedback pages like this one. There is also a blog that has some interesting ...


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There is also another solution. If you download the app "Evernote" on your phone. You will then have two note apps; color note and evernote. Then click on a note you want to keep. On my phone, HTC wildfire, you can press a "menu" button once you've accessed the particular note; And then you can choose "Share" or in my language "Send". You will then be able ...


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I have an android tablet and two android phones - one phone being a Nexus - all manufactured by Samsung. I find that if I use the Nexus phone as the source, I can send gpx files to both other devices. But if I try to send a gpx file FROM the tablet, Bluetooth states that the content is not supported. Both the tablet and Nexus phone are rooted, the other ...



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