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Yes you can using tools like flashtools for sony
Possible with command but there are conditions, 1) you have usb debugging enabled 2) you need to configure adb if you have this two things configured then you can type following command to boot your phone into recovery mode adb reboot recovery or adb shell reboot recovery
If swapping is not enabled, it is of course safe to remove the swap file. I've never heard of custom RAM, but assuming you've just mis-spelled the term (or confused it), for this part of your question please look into Where can I find stock or custom ROMs for my Android device?
A signature error is often caused by trying to install custom firmware (the ROM) with the stock revovery. The stock recovery will only install a factory image for the device, signed by the manufacturer. This means you can only install stock firmware with it. So you need a custom recovery, something like Clockworkmod or TWRP recovery. Note: do at your own ...
There's no special procedure that works with unbranded tablets. As the question you've already found describes, if there's no official upgrade from the manufacturer, you need to look for a custom ROM based on a newer Android version. Where can I find stock or custom ROMs for my Android device? gives you some places to look. There's only one feature peculiar ...
There are stock firmware images available for download here that can be flashed with the SP Flash Tool. In terms of creating your own ROM (CWM-based or otherwise), that is beyond the scope of this site.
Each model has different hardware, which requires specific drivers. This is why each device has a separate ROM. This is different from desktop OSs because of the disk space constraints. If a ROM was made to support all devices, the drivers would eat all your available storage, and more.
It's impossible to list every ROM for every device that includes permission management. To start, go to XDA-Developers and navigate to your device's subform. From there, simply read the feature list of the ROMs that sound interesting. There's a reason why standalone applications such as XPrivacy and App Opps exist - they're easy to use even without a ...
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