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Offhand, it sounds like your battery is still too low a charge to actually turn on. Make sure you leave it plugged in and the LED is on or pulsing. Do not turn it off while charging. If you're still having problems, your best bet is to contact the support team.


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Solved. First of all, I didn't know how to enter in Recovery Mode on CUBOT GT-99, but accidentally I enter in it, and I want share this with you because I didn't find it on internet. Press POWER for 1 sec and than release...phone vibrate...Immediately after vibration press and hold POWER & VOLUME+ button. In recovery mode it alows me to: apply update ...


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I've found a solution for the following problem: -The Nexus 7 2013 device must never be turned off unless it has an insufficient amount of battery -When the Nexus 7 2013 device is exposed to an inductive charge, it should turn on automatically In order to apply this change to my device, I activated the bootloader and ran a simple batch file with the ...


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I don't think that the above answer is quite correct as when you enter in "recovery mode" (on an encrypted device) the /sbin/sh pm command can no longer be used since the device needs a password for decryption. (I even decrypt my phone and still could not perform the command :( Also thinking about it more running that command to re enable a package would ...


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I think that if you entered in recovery mode (any of them) you can use Adb to enable frozen apps. It can be done throught the command "adb pm enable packagename" where packagename the app of the keyboard . if you dont remember the exact name use the command "adb shell pm list packages -f" to return all the installed apps and find there the disabled keyboard. ...


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Problem solved: the reason was a defect in the battery. There was a small crack over the side of the battery. It was replaced by the shop where I bought the Phone last year.


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No. What you're describing is something like the "hibernate" option you get on PCs. It would need support from the kernel and the userspace parts of Android. Since 4.2, the boot process on Android has been a lot faster on real devices, so typically it would be slower to boot from hibernation than to boot in the conventional way.


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I had the same problem. Solved it by installing ShareKM (app that allows you to control your android phone with a pc's keyboard and mouse). After you run the ShareKM app it will probably tell you it is outdated and you won't be able to run it. A workaround (found in this xda thread) is to first kill the app, clear its cache and set the date on your phone to ...


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I used my S3 in "Android System Recovery" The option "WIPE DATA/FACTORY RESET" seems to npt wipe /sdcard/ partition. in my case it resolved the isue, now the phone is not stuck, and all the apps that were deleted are re-installed from the cloud by Android because I had backup them on the cloud. Just as a side note, before I used the above option to get ...



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