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I don't believe this can be done natively in an app like Gmail or Inbox, or even full blown mail clients like K-9, but there are email notification apps like Email Notifier, Mail Alert, and E-Notifier (just to name a few) where if you disable the embedded notifications in Gmail/Inbox and allow them to manage your notifications you can assign a specific ...


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Android official supports multiple users with profile restrictions: https://support.google.com/nexus/answer/3175031?hl=en I think there are several 3rd party ways to do it (Like Maas360 software) that can also do multiple user profiles I don't k now if "android restricted profiles" meets all of your needs, but I think this is the starting point for ...


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The whole answer relies on the fact that when this query is made (requires adb) : adb shell pm list packages -3 -i the installer for an app is listed in the output next to app's package name. We can filter the installer names in that output to single out apps not installed from Play Store. Note: if you've a rooted Android OS, you may check ...


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You can run su wm overscan LEFT,TOP,RIGHT,BOTTOM from Terminal (Superuser privileges needed) If you do not have Superuser privileges, you can hook your phone to a PC and run ADB command adb shell wm overscan 200,200,0,0 For example, to achieve what you've shown in the picture above try running wm overscan 200,200,0,0. But I must warn you, before ...


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try this: Settings -> Application Manager -> Under the All tab, search for the launcher and select it. Now click on Uninstall for all Users If Uninstall for all Users is not available at first, then first Uninstall an then try Uninstall for all Users


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It is an existing behavior found in Lollipop. (May be an marketing strategy to make you buy expensive internal storage phones) According to Lollipop the phone internal storage is referred as SDCard and removable SDCard as EXTERNALSD. The apps is designed to be reside in SDCard (to support phone without external storage ) and hence the apps are installed ...


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Note: the following solution is tested on Android 4.2.1, 4.4.2, COS12 (Android 5.0.2) and CM12.1 (Android 5.1.1). If your device runs any of the said Android version and the Android is rooted, you may simply download or move the APK into you device's internal/external SD card and from there, under /data/app/. You may use a file manager app for file ...


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have you tried booting into safe mode? it might boot with normal resolution and then you can try change the resolution settings back to normal. boot into safe mode LG G3


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From Anroid Central -Apps on SD card moving back to device after update Actually, it did not happen in KitKat. It is a new (and very irritating) phenomenon with Lollipop. Basically Google just keep forgetting about SD cards (probably wish they didn't exist); which is kindof annoying given that their subsidiary, Motorola, is still selling phones ...


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I have managed it I only use adb shell am start -n com.estrongs.android.pop/.view.FileExplorerActivity to start my explorer apk. Now I was able to do it my default UI.


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69 normally visible apps don't account for all the system apps/packages/functions. If you run an app like CCleaner you can easily see, using the app manager section, what all the apps on your phone are. Most of them will be locked and you can not remove them, as without root you can't generally touch system apps.


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Whether my chat history is got deleted, if I delete these files?. Is this files are important? These are important files and If you delete these then your backups are gone. These files are the Local backups of your WhatsApp and this local backup is run automatically every day at 2 AM and save your database in a file on the phone itself. Your ...


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I would suggest you to use "Keep" app ( Google app ), It's just same like memo and the advantage of using it is that it is synced with your google account too so you can access note in it from all of your devices and desktop too. I will be still search for extending the limit of memo for root users if there's. Thanks!


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Try clearing the cache regularly under Settings>Storage to get some space


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I now solved with installing ownCloud on my server. It was not difficult and is easy to setup. Also it gives the possibility to enable even more features. So in Thunderbird I just add the online calendar URL to the specific calendar. That's it. The only bad thing is that Thunderbird(Lightning) does not get the colors from the server. So you have to set them ...


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I now solved with installing ownCloud on my server. It was not difficult and is easy to setup. Also it gives the possibility to enable even more features. So in Thunderbird I just add the online calendar URL to the specific calendar. That's it. The only bad thing is that Thunderbird(Lightning) does not get the colors from the server. So you have to set them ...


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Try Spirit1: Real FM Radio App might work for you. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mikersmicros.fm_unlock


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The first looks like a completed download. The second is the voicemail icon, just the regular phone app.


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I better suggest you rooting your phone and use folder mount which helps you not only in moving apk but also to move your data or obb files into the sd card.rooting your phone is not that hard . just download iroot into your pc enable debugging mode in developer options then its all done


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If you're using Android 6.0 Marshmallow, you can use its native permissions manager. From an article on BGR, Android 6.0 Marshmallow has a lot of highly anticipated new features and one of them is something iPhone users have had for years: Granular app permissions. Phone Arena installed the latest developer preview of Marshmallow and posted some ...


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Yes, the most likely cause here is that you removed the SD card and the app was installed there. Some apps can install themselves, or a portion of themselves, to the SD card even if it is external storage. When an application is removed incorrectly, such as removing an SD card that the application is installed on, what you are experiencing is a typical ...


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I had the same problem. Go to Google Play Store and uninstall, then reinstall Google Keyboard. Fixed the problem.


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This is due to your cell carrier assigning random IP addresses to the phones connected on its network. It doesn't mean your IP address is wrong, it just means they don't have any available IP allocation available in your area. The easiest thing you can do is connect to WiFi networks while browsing on the Internet, that will give websites a better idea of ...


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I finally found that proxy was set to some ip in APN setting. I removed proxy and saved APN setting. And Internet is working fine now.


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Simply first go gallery, select multiple files, then select the share option, then select drive, all files will upload simultaneously.


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Be careful with what version you pick here. The (original) LBE Privacy Guard (English) worked fine up to Android 4.1 but would cause a boot-loop if installed on 4.2 or up. The LBE Security Master is only available in Chinese, as you've already noted. Now, there are multiple ways to get it localized: There are patched versions available at XDA, which you ...


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Clearly, the app's developer has changed the minimum API level for that particular app. So the latest version won't work on your version of Android. You can side-load the APK file of an earlier version onto your device to get it working again. You may request the app's developer for an older APK or you can download from other sites that provide APKs. ...


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There are already two VR projects running on Android. Google Cardboard (google-cardboard) provides a cheap way of strapping your phone to your face and a software platform for app authors to add VR capability to their apps. In its original form, it's a template that you make out of cardboard and add a couple of cheap lenses to, but several manufacturers ...


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The exact capabilities of each of the individual web technologies is not what matters. This term works whether your markup is HTML 4.01, HTML5 or HTML37. It doesn’t matter, and the term won’t be obsoleted by the next version of any spec. It covers the case where the runtime is a regular browser, a webview, an OS such as Firefox OS or Chrome OS, or ...


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Native Apps : - Apps that are fully programmed in the development environment specific to each operating system. - Stored on a device and require installation. - Tend to have better graphics and a smooth user experience due to the interface with the device. - Have full access to the device-specific features, including GPS, camera, gestures, and ...


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You can setup an exit task. An exit task is assigned from the Profiles tab. Expand the entry of your profile, long-press the assigned task there and choose Add Exit Task. (Click image to enlarge) Instructions: Profile: Application → your app (Aldiko Premium in this case) Task: (Actions): do anything you want Exit task: (Actions): App → your ...


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What you can do is remove the icon, open application manager and drag the icon to the screen you want it at. You can also leave the icon on the first screen and then remove it after creating a shortcut on the other screen since apps usually don't care how many shortcuts you have.


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RootCloak will work with most applications to hide root, it is an Xposed module, or RootCloak Plus which is a stand-alone app. The reason banking and other financial apps don't work on a rooted device is for the potential of private information being obtained by other apps or users with root permissions. Like it or not, there is no denying that having a ...


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I have a workaround that leads to a solution but not a direct solution: If you have Chrome tabs as separate entities in the Overview (Recent Apps) section, then undoing the closure of a tab is not possible. However, if you open Chrome and tap on the three-dotted menu in the right-hand corner and then tap Settings and navigate to Merge tabs and apps and move ...


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An .apk file already contains a certain version of an application. You can't update it since updating already means installation of a higher version .apk.


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As the Developer of Droid Explorer, I would suggest that this is more suitable as a bug report, which actually already exists. Although, there is probably a workaround that you could do. I have seen that this usually happens when there is a version of the SDK that was pre-release or something along those lines. The error happens when it tries to verify the ...


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I faced this same problem a while ago. I could think of two things here. 1. In my case, I had problem with my router. Other devices connected to the same router had no issues. I had to reset the router and everything worked fine after connecting the device back to it. 2. Then, you say you have 'Clear cache data from playstore app' but have you cleared the ...


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https://play.google.com/apps Is where you can see a history of all apps you have ever installed.


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Forgive me if you've already tried this, but there's a tab in the Google play store for all apps installed or not. It's under the my apps and games button.


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From Instagram's help center: I'm getting a "Device not compatible" error message in Google Play Store. We're aware of an issue where some people get a "Device not compatible" error message in the Google Play Store when trying to download Instagram, even though Instagram should support the phone. Google is currently investigating this issue with ...


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I tried many many things. In the end... I success using sending simple MMS message. Then I create a task, that on receive MMS, it will emulate touch events, for play the file (I run the messageing app, and click on the last message to play it) http://www.pocketables.com/2013/07/how-to-emulate-touch-input-using-tasker-and-root.html



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