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If your device doesn't have multi-user support, and you don't have access to the app's source code (i.e. you're not the app's developer), then you're out of luck. cant we reverse engineer .. like most apps? open the package in editor and make changes? ohhh here http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=21819887&postcount=5 It would be ...


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That device is partitioned very oddly. It looks like they took 4GB and left it to device storage, and then the other 12GB are partitioned for an internal SD card. That's about the correct size that the Android system would be using - but what is troubling is that they only left ~1GB or so for user-installable applications. I doubt there are any ROMs or ...


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There are two ways to create custom ringtones. 1)Through an android app from the play store 2)Real player mp3 cutter which cuts the mp3 from the desired starting time (from where to start) and the end time as well(till where it should play) Now for this- "considering that I don't want to cut the track to the point that I want my ringtone to start from?" ...


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Well, there isn't many option available for you, can either root your device and install some other custom ROM over your device which may be less bulky, or you can try removing more application to free up some more space out of your device. Now rest I'll leave it to you !


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Well, I don't think that can be done ! Why don't you use several mp3 cutter to cut the song over to the appropriate place you like, there are just load of song cutter apps available over the PlayStore as well as software are also available for the PC's. I have tired searching over the PlayStore and got several apps names MP3 cutter which can help you out ...


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This seems to be a known bug in the Play store app from v4.8.20. Try uninstalling the updates to the play store app. This could be a temporary fix until the bug if fixed in a future version of the app.


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If the download failed, the broken download was deleted. It's not stored anywhere, and it's not taking up space.


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Root is only required if you are installing a system app within the confines of the Android OS. If you can flash your own rom, you can bypass any restrictions that the OS has, because you are able to do anything you want with a custom bootloader before the OS has a chance to load and restrict things. If you are creating a custom rom (off-topic for this ...


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Duplicate of Play Store 4.9.13 insufficient storage error and icon issues But my rep can't comment yet, so I'll repeat my answer: The correct answer to this problem, and I always see wrong explanations, is that you have a duplicate /data/app-lib folder for the app or apps that are giving you that error. To fix: Using adb, terminal, or root explorer: ...


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I had this error, and after clearing up some memory I was able to install apps again. I guess it's a feature: if your available memory is less than 500 MB, it wont install anything.


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By request from 'Dan Hulme' who replied to my question, I got the message to pop up again and managed to get the app-info. It turns out to be an app connected to the Facebook app called 'SNS'. I simply removed the tick from the "Show notifications" option. The message no longer pops up. It can otherwise be found on "Settings -> More -> Application manager" ...


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That happened to me when I was trying to test on a real device an unsigned app that I built, maybe that's the case. If you're a developer, sign the app before testing it.


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The default Browser does not have extensions, but what you are looking for might be found as Android apps, for instance: "Bookmark Sort and Backup" (BookmarkSB). The bookmarks themselves are considered part of Android not of the default browser, but the addon would only have use through the default browser and there are changes made to the options in ...


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android.permission.INTERNET is a permission required by apps that access the Internet in any capacity. Many applications use this permission to get data from a remote server, display advertisements, or send usage statistics to the developer. If you're wondering why a specific app requires the permission, your best bet would be to ask the developer ...


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App developers have the ability to do a staged roll-out of updates to their apps through Google Play Store. This means that a small percentage of users (chosen randomly) receives the update first. The developer can gauge the feedback, and then proceed to a wide roll-out until they reach 100% of their install base. It's possible that the latest version of ...


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This should solve your problem http://www.androidcentral.com/how-set-your-icloud-email-account-android http://support.apple.com/kb/HT4864


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This won't work because C:\Useres\S4 isn't a path on your phone, it's a path on your PC. Normally you need to use adb pull from your PC to copy files from your phone, but when you need root to access those files, it's not quite enough. Izzy's answer here explains how to achieve this.


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Normally Android will leave some space empty for own usage, normally by clearing cache or unistalling apps you should be able to install that app. Here that isn't the case. What I would try would be to get rid of some apps try clean master from tge google play store. Worst case Factory data reset it or wipe the data off of it.


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I am not sure how the offers you have work, but could you go to the play store in a browser and buy them there on your HTC and tell it to install them on the N4? I've had to do that for devices since you cannot access the Devices page from the app itself. If necessary, you may have to clear defaults with the browser and Play Store so that you have the option ...


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I assume that rooting and flashing a ICS rom on your HTC desire is out of the question, so how about you take the SIM card from your HTC to your nexus 4, complete the offer, then switch back? If the offer is tied to the operator the nexus 4 should be able to make the purchase just fine. If the offer is tied to the device model (HTC), then try this app on ...


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EDIT after reading your comments: AFAIK, It's not possible.


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I would recommend AFWall+ as equivalent to a packet filter on a desktop computer. Note that AFWall+ is just a GUI to generate iptables/Netfilter (Linux Kernel feature) rules. To apply those rules, AFWall+ requires root privileges on the device. AFWall+ gives you the possibility to allow/deny certain applications to open outgoing connections over WLAN/mobile ...


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When you want to send an installed application from one mobile phone to another you can install "Bluetooth file transfer" application on your old phone and then easily send any installed app file to other devices through bluetooth.


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I use App Backup & Restore. It's fairly easy to use, you will get the required APK file on you SD Card and you can transfer it onto your new phone, where you can manually install the apk. Open App Backup & Restore Set Backup Path Select your app and click Backup Transfer apk file from Backup Path to your new phone Make sure Unknown Sources Setting ...


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For CLI: Download and install the Android SDK Package Add a path to these two directories of the package install ([installedpath]/tools and [installedpath]/platform-tools for a full SDK installation). Now, with the Android plugged in via the usb, run this to get the full list of installed apps: $ adb shell 'pm list packages' You now have a list the ...


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Do you want to just install the specific version of the application you have in your old phone? If so, a) run an application like Titanium Backup on the rooted phone b) backup the app c) find the .apk in the backup folder d) transfer the .apk to your new phone e) run the .apk to install the application on the new phone. I believe some phones do not do ...


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Since you make a reference to both java and adb in your question it sounds as if you're familiar with both. Just have your Java application as a wrapper to perform adb system commands. Using the system commands to adb, you could use the same Java program (adb wrapper) to check for the installs and actually perform the installs. You can replace the "pm ...


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You can find your answer e.g. at Github, and details in the developers documentation: adb shell 'pm list packages [options] <FILTER>' Prints all packages, optionally only those whose package name contains the text in . Options: -f: See their associated file. -d: Filter to only show disabled packages. -e: Filter to only show enabled ...


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Probably you are looking for something like this app.


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you cannot remove an app from the apps screen ! when u add the icon of a particular app on your home screen , you are just creating a quick shortcut to that particular app. But if you really want to remove an app from your app drawer you could simply hide it with the help of applications from the play store ! .


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The home screen in just a shortcut to the app. The app drawer contains the all installed apps. you can't remove it, unless you uninstall the app itself. Consider the icons placed on your home screen as shortcuts, like on desktop in Windows.


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Like KeshavaGN, I suspect a 3rd party app behind this. But neither your Nova Launcher, nor WhatsApp itself. To isolate the culprit, I suggest the following steps: Check with e.g. Appbrain Ad Detector (or TrustGO, which you chose) for apps carrying ad modules. These might include your culprit – but on a second look, that's not a typical "ad network ...


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For me, tapping Menu → Show more icons / Show less icons (this should be "Show fewer icons", but w/e) does the trick usually.


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Simple idea is to type the required message in any text editor on phone (or in any messaging app itself / or write a Gmail and save as draft) and then take a screenshot of the text and send it over to the intended people!


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Looking at the developers website it should be as simple as copying the Gallery Vault backup data folder .thinkyeah/ to your new device's SD card. You should then be able to install the app on your new device and open the vault with the same password you previously used.


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This may be produced by some other application such as third party launcher. Check any other 3rd party apps, mainly, 3rd party launcher that you are using. Uninstal/stop those launchers/apps and check.



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