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My brother had a Samsung galaxy S-4, and he started having minor issues with it so he brought it into the store. the end result was him walking out with an S-5, and he explained to me a galaxy-specific process that allowed him to put everything into the new phone. his contacts, wallpapers, music and everything else. i assume that he started the process on ...


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Sounds like it's trying to install direct to your SD card. Go to settings>storage>unmount SD card Install the app mount SD card again


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1) Go to your phone's Settings > Storage 2) Unmount SD Card (your external SD card) 3) Download/install from the app(s) from the Store again 4) Go back to Settings > Storage - then Mount your SD card again (or reboot) Or you can try this 1)Insert the sd card in you windows pc 2)You will find a folder named android_secure in it you will find the file ...


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AFAIK, Nexus 5 does not have a FM radio (just checked the specs at GSMArena.com). So, you cannot listen to your local FM broadcast and should rely only on online radio stations.


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You can also do one thing...rather then again installing the apps on the New tablet...install ES File Explorer on your old tablet...goto App Manager and tale backup of all apps..and then send that folder to new device..and without any internet connection..Install all the .apk (application) files your want..!!


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Yes, there is, both from the device, or using Google Play on a 'regular computer'. Using your mobile device Open the Google Play Store app Touch the Play Store icon and select My Apps. Visit the All category. Select an app you’d like to install, then touch the Install button on the app’s detail page. Using your computer Visit your ...


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I will definitely recommend Xee Apk which keeps a lot of old android apps. I personally downloaded some of the older versions of apps from there. and they worked like a charm!


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JPEG with 100% compression quality is not lossless but maybe the picture quality will be good enough for you, here are two apps I know which has the ability to set the compression quality to 100%: Snap Camera HDR (JPEG Quality: Best = 100% according to the developers website), trial here Camera MX


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You can write your own using this Cam API tutorial.


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In terms of JPEG to PNG, there are apps out there for conversion (based off of a quick search), one of them being: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=jp.co.valsior.resizer Also, if you have a Samsung device, I found this little tidbit that caused someone to save all their images as ...


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check your AndroidManifest.xml and see if you have below prezented: <supports-screens android:anyDensity="true" android:largeScreens="true" android:normalScreens="true" android:smallScreens="true" > </supports-screens> There is no button for tablets :) you have to make it available for that type of ...


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There's no simple answer to the question, "Why do programs crash sometimes?" The error message you see tells you that an app has crashed, just like when a program crashes on a desktop computer. Usually this indicates a bug (programming error) in the app or in one of the libraries included in the app (e.g. an ad network, or a library for accessing a ...


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Google just added this to the Play Store a few days ago. Open the Play Store and tap the menu in the top left and then tap People. Here you will see an overview and some recommended apps and people. If you scroll to the bottom, you will see a few g+ contacts. Tap "See more" to view a list of all the people in your g+ circles. Then tap on the person you want ...


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I would recommend contacting the developer directly. They will be much more helpful than us giving speculating answers on here. Most devs are pretty quick at getting back to you as well.


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As Dan asked: What do the new icons look like? What's your question? I have had the same problem for the year i have had a LG-P925. The only way to resolve this is to reboot the phone. Since i rooted my phone, i go the app Quick Boot and put a widget button on my screen to reboot it. You will also realize that if you leave the wifi turned on and it ...


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You can try Free APK Download.Com They have a big collection of old apk version of almost all apps on android market.


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There isn't a way on the stock Calendar app. However you can do this by using two different Calendar apps.


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The naming convention is derived from the Java standards, and is comparable to an URL, but in reverse. The key here is that it has to be unique, that's why it's so specific. In you example, com is the main category which is comparable to a Top Level Domain, which can also be com. Next is the company name king, which can be compared to a domain name, and ...


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Above answer only stops them from appearing, it doesn't remove them. For that you'll need to root. Here's a guide that kind of answers your problem: Be careful! Droidviews: Removing Stock Apps.


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Was your phone rooted? I don't think whatever the problem was you're going to be able to get the app's data back. You can re-download them, but that's all, i think.


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Have you tried turning it on and off again? If it doesn't work, take it back to the shop.


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Um, How about Photoshop Touch? Might be a tad expensive for your needs, but it is essentially a toned-down, mobile edition of the Adobe product. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=air.com.adobe.pstouch Of course, if you really want it but can't fork out the dough, there's always downloading the apk (but you didn't hear it from me, developers ...


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are you sure you had your apps in internal memory not memory card? go to setting -> storage option and check if there is any space allocated for apps. if no space then your phone must have been formatted


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There is no central repository where in the apps that are uploaded in Play store or any other store for that matter are sorted into Apps that use the camera apps that use one core etc etc This is because majority of android users do not care how many cores apps use! Also due to restrictions on clock speed / computational power you can't actually do ...


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It's a pretty subjective question, since no one really knows how many apps do or don't do any given thing. You'd have to carefully analyse each app to find out how much use it can make of multiple cores. Likely, more apps than you realise are doing this. First off, Android makes it very simple for app authors to work in multiple threads, with helpers like ...


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My is working when i close the app when the downloading app is at 100% or it didnt start at all i open the app again and its started installing and my app is installed. It isnt a very effective way but its something. :)


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Sure is! When you get your new android phone and sign in with your Google account, it will automatically start to re download your apps! If you want to root the new phone, and the previous one (the one you own now) was also rooted, you could use titanium backup as well to back up your apps and reinstall the them with all their data on the new device.


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Here is BlueStacks which gives you exactly all you want. 100 times better than Emulator. I have seen my colleagues using WatsApp, playing Temple Run (not efficiently) in that. You can root it too.


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You can use Android Device Emulator for this. It is packaged with The Android SDK and a virtual mobile device that runs on your computer. The emulator lets you develop and test Android applications without using a physical device. Link: http://developer.android.com/tools/help/emulator.html


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This is due to the fact that by default non google-play applications are blocked by default in Android, as a security measure. To allow these to be installed go to (this may vary in wording across Android Versions) Settings > Security > Unknown Sources this allows things to be installed that are not form the known (Google Play Store) source. You ...


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UPDATE: It was indeed ROM Toolbox, but the free version didn't have those options. The PRO version was the version that displayed and unlocked these features.


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The specs for the device state it does not have GPS. GPS: No Google maps is using 'best location source' for you which is Network / WiFi signal on your device. If you have all of them turned on it will revert to the most accureate one it can find, which are in the order Network > WiFi > GPS generally. Basically Google Maps isn't using GPS for ...


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Have you tried Google's Quickoffice? It detects numbers (and underlining them), and lets you click the number to open the dialer with that number.


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The best answer is that you can't. Apps act on their programming and unless you plan to modify significant parts of Android, what you want is not easily done (if at all).


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The solution is to ‘Disable’ the apps from the Android system settings and they will no longer appear in your Play Store updates list. E.g. for Google Currents: Settings > Apps > All > find ‘Currents’ - tap it, select ‘Disable’. The same applies to the all other listed apps in the question (with the exception of 'Google Play Newsstand’ which I couldn’t ...


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In the menu there is an option to uninstall for all users so you don't have to loging in to each user on the main.


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If you have multiple users on your tablet, this means that the apps are installed by another user, and therefore take up space without being installed under your user account. Just open the other accounts and uninstall the apps from there.


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First install game and play it once. Then paste your downloaded data folder to Android-Data. Hope it helps


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You can try using Firefox for Android with this plugin that lets you disable double tap zooming. Hopefully that will let Android pass both taps through to the website so it can register a double click.


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Everything you've bought or installed from the Play Store is listed under your account. A lot of the time apps that have been withdrawn from the Store are still visible to people who've used them before in this list: https://play.google.com/apps If you look down that list then you should be able to see the apps that you've installed before and push them to ...


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UPDATE: (will update soon enough) com.android.provision uninstalled (no issues encountered) com.android.keyguard (WHY doesn't it have a name in apps list? After removing it, I couldn't use the S2 home button. The phone has to be rebooted to make it fully removed or installed) Input Devices uninstalled (no issues encountered) Documents ...



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