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Related to your question, if you are not solved your isuue yet, I must say Yes. It is very easy to do following very few steeps. First, you need to have your device rooted. If you have not rooted your phone yet, try to root it using Framaroot, a one clic root app that roots your phone by itself, directly, without PC. For rooting MTK devices try to apply the ...
A simpler solution I had the same issue, but I don't have an SD card in my Moto X. That means, if I backup then factory reset, my backup will be gone too. I found another solution. You can just reflash the Google Keyboard to your device using TWRP. The zip I used is here: https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=95855108297851240 If you don't have TWRP ...
Sounds like a corrupted operating system preventing a full system boot. I would flash a stock system image. I have provided links below to a few helpful resources that will hopefully get you back up and running! Take a look at this website: http://forum.xda-developers.com/wiki/Samsung_Galaxy_S_III/GT-I9300 Navigate to the enter download mode section. Then ...
I hoped you made a backup:-) Try to reflash the ROM on your phone in the recovery mode and restore your backup. And NEVER use 777 because now anyone can access your /system.
Finally I found the way: Turned it off and then connect it to computer, adb found it as recovery then i ran adb reboot recovery and then it reboots to recovery. I found that volume up and down keys are semi broken and for this reason it could not to load recovery mode.
To enter fastboot mode hold vol+ vol- AND power for about 5 seconds; then check with fastboot devices this assumes you've already installed the adb drivers from hi suite or some universal set. once you're here you can flash a custom recovery or extract the factory recovery from the firmware zip. ...
It is a kernel (feature known as recovery) and you can't change this, unless you change your kernel with desired option enabled. Didn't try this out, but Autosleeper Auto power ON-OFF application seems to do, what you want.
I'm not sure about configuration setting, but I believe this is not limited to home screen managers only since you can achieve this by using 3rd-party apps. Some apps that are specialized for application startup: Startup Manager (Free) For other item that do not start with system boot, please use "Customize" to add and enable it to start with system ...
Restart the phone in recovery. Remove your battery, put it back and then turn the phone on while holding down VOLUME UP and the HOME KEY. Navigate to Advanced, then clear cache and wipe dalvik. Try and restart. If it doesn't work, download Samsung Kies on your computer and try Emergency Firmwire Initialisation. If that still doesn't work... Format your phone ...
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