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I solved this by installing Termux, which is a "terminal emulator". This particular terminal emulator can install gtypist for you, which is a superb, well thought out free and open source typing tutor, well-known in the linux world. gtypist is very easy to use, and you only need to know two Termux commands. Just install Termux from the Play store, open a ...


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Yes you can use two WhatsApp account in a single phone,and here is an alternate method. There are so many application using them you can use dual WhatsApp, and Parallel Space, simply install application Parallel Space from Google Play. After installing, there you will see an option for WhatsApp, using that you can use another WhatsApp account. Using Parallel ...


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Check in www.appbrain.com for Android apps. It shows all possible information about app. Moreover, it shows release dates with respective released version numbers and number of downloads.


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You can not replace the voice in default TTS, but you can use external engine and add your voice there. For example, you can use Flite TTS with your own voice. To add your voice, record voice samples from the existing database (500 samples) and build your voice with the build scripts, then add your voice into TTS. That will take some time though.


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Yes, WPS is insecure and the WPS PIN can be used to recover the password. This app and this app claim to be able to do so if you have root. However, as pointed out by Izzy the password should also be available as plain text in the file /system/etc/wifi/wpa_supplicant.conf after you have successfully connected to the network once.


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An app has private data and optionally public data. The private data goes inside a directory with name as the package name and located inside /data/data/ - an ordinary user/app cannot read that data. The public data may either go into internal SD card or external SD card, whichever is set as default and the app having permission to write it. ...


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What you're trying to do is not possible. Android has its own windowing system, not X11, so X forwarding won't do anything on Android. There are other screen-sharing systems (such as VNC) which might be more suitable for what you're trying to do. This answer talks about a Samsung-specific app, and this question has a couple of options. The remote-access and ...


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I think that you should also check the downloads counter, and the number of people that have rated that app, in order to have a better idea.


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To give a view of why it is impossible for an app to diagnose much less than fix battery problems, a little background is in order Battery houses a sensor/chip that is responsible for monitoring vital parameters like temperature, voltage, NFC etc. This information is conveyed to the OS through one of the pins that makes contact when the battery is in ...


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It's a virus/maleware. Sources that describe very similar situations: http://forums.androidcentral.com/ask-question/658156-apus-du-battery-saver-virus.html https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!topic/nexus/7XbiK-frhVA It sounds like it's actually a really old scam (this may be a newer variant of it) Here's a story from 2011 that sounds like the same ...


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If you have root, you move the app to /system/priv-app; privileged system apps can't be disabled through normal user methods. Otherwise, it's up to the application to support Device Administration. Apps like Norton App Lock should be implementing this if they don't already, since this kind of thing is exactly what it's designed for. Registered and ...


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You should sideload one from your PC and install it via adb or a file browser. You can download the Google Keyboard from here for example, and should then copy it onto your device to somewhere accessible with a file browser. You may need to enable Unknown Sources on your device before browsing to the .apk and installing it. If you don't have a working ...


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Is the Inbox by Google application what was formerly the stock mail application called "Email"? No, it is not. As said already in earlier Answer, the support for Stock Email app is no more. I recently bought Moto G3 and it came pre-installed with Gmail with no other Email app. Inbox is developed by Gmail team. Hence, all your messages from Gmail ...



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