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You may try these options: Press volume up and power button simultaneously. After logo appears,release the power button. After few seconds release the volume up. Now you can do hard reset from recover menu (you will lose data) Connect your charger and press volume down and power button simultaneously until you get short vibration. Now your tablet may turn ...
Was having this problem and didn't do anything about it until just now.. But I would plug it into a wall outlet and the back-light would be on along with some flickers of white light I did the factory reset (power and BOTH volume buttons at the same time for 40 seconds) and let it "charge" for about an hour off of the wall outlet (I couldn't tell if it was ...
Improvising Firelord's comment, if you are using Linux, execute in terminal adb shell dumpsys window > log.txt and then, cat log.txt | grep 'TOAST' Now, you can find the package name and app causing the problem.
I have done this using tasker. You are completely on the right track, instructions below. SQL to find contact ID Find the unique contact ID from the contacts database (which it seems you have already done). In case you have the wrong ID you can check with the SQL instructions. I had a few issues with this given I was only entering the first name when ...
I am not familiar with Linux, but have a suggestion. Flash the stock ROM - downloadable from sammobile.com (requires creating a free account) - with Odin and then flash recovery followed by the ROM you need. Odin being Samsung recommended and made by them may help. This thread should help with (flashing via) Odin.
You can view all the apps by going to My Apps in the Google Play Store, and selecting the "All" tab. Although, this will also show all apps you have ever installed.
Yes, with root it is typically possible to edit/remove/replace the image that is restored by the bootloader and thus prevent the ROM/recovery restoration. Whether that is done with a custom ROM or not isn't actually relevant. I've done something similar (editing the script that verifies/installs the recovery) on my Dell Streak with stock firmware; check ...
I had this same problem on my Nexus 6 when I 'upgraded' to Android 5.0 and there was unfortunately nothing that could be done by the technicians I sent it to so they replaced it for me, free of charge. What I would suggest you try first is doing a hard reset of your phone (Instructions to do so here) and see if that works. Failing that, talk to someone at ...
Motorola uses the Motorola boot services to provide custom boot animations that update frequently. As a result it stores the boot animation in the /data partition. Update boot services or clear data for it to bring back the lollipop boot animation. The boot animation does not affect the device. You can continue using the device as is.
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