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They cannot see your messages because they would not be able to sign into your account. Without your password and/or physical access to your phone where your messages are saved there is no way they will be able to access your messages. An entirely new account can be created for the new owner of that number, but it is separate from your old account and does ...
Requires root (at least on 6.0.1). System permissions (uid<=1000) is required but adb runs as userid 2000. The Package Manager (pm) will do exactly what you want. In either adb or Terminal Emulator (both require root), run the pm command and you can see its capabilities. We look at 2 of them: pm list packages pm disable <package> pm list ...
It's mostly games that might be incompatible with x86. Typically, apps have no reason to use the NDK unless they has special performance or graphics requirements, and their libraries might only be built for ARM. I don't believe that apps using root are typically incompatible, it's rooting apps — since they often rely on platform-specific binaries/...
Usually I don't write anything in those. The developer gets a complete stack trace of the error (only for the code in their app) and that should be sufficient to find and resolve the error. But - if you have any information that would help identify the problem it can be a nice addition and help the developer much. If you are playing music via bluetooth and ...
I had asked something along the same lines (although not identical) just a few days ago. Question Whatsapp stores messages locally in your phone's internal storage under Whatsapp/databases/ <<*.crypt12>> Apart from this, the latest message backup will be stored in your google drive. (This is only if you have enabled the option to store a backup on ...
For android you need two things: Java and android studio. Java is the programming language and android studio is the program (IDE) you need. Grab any java for beginners course and start with that. Once you've written (and understood!) a few programs, look at some video guides for android studio on youtube.
pm list packages -d 2>/dev/null will list up all disabled packages, one per line, preceded with the keyword package: – so output looks like package:com.android.exchange package:com.android.email So if you take that output and "grep" it for the package name in question, the package is enabled if the output is "empty" and disabled otherwise. ...
You should try out XPrivacy or Protect My Privacy. Both of them require the Xposed framework Jellybean comes with an in-built hidden permission controller called App Ops which is accessible by using AppOps (open source)
I just moved to the ZenFone2 from a moto razr as well. Not having a menu button is NOT going to happen. A bit of digging, and found the option to set the recent apps button to menu, on long press. :settings/device/asus customized settings/
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