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As can be seen here, an answer has already been found. It appears that the only thing that justifies an installation as system app, for the Google Apps, is to make them unable to be uninstalled via the package manager (since you need root privileges to alter the System partition). As Firelord pointed out in the above answer, there appears to be no further ...


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You can try to do it through command line from your PC. Install adb drivers in PC 15 seconds ADB installer Download the TWRP img file for Nexus 7 from twrp website TWRP for Nexus 7 Rename the downloaded img file to "recovery.img" and move this to the ADB folder that was downloaded earlier. Make sure you have ADB.exe, fastboot.exe and the recovery.img in ...


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I got an answer for this on this xda developers thread: Isnt the key file in cm called something different sec_touchscreen.kl or something or other? Why yes ashyx, it is! In fact, it only has two entries! One is for the app switcher button and the other for the back button. After commenting out these lines, the buttons were disabled. After digging ...


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Okay, I add another answer because the protocol I am attaching differs from what I posted above. This worked for me, I cannot tell if this will work for you; please don't point your finger on me ;) This is meant for all who have a CM CM12.1 Nightly build 2016-01-19 or later installed - including Cyanogenmod's recovery which IS NOT ABLE to install Zip Files. ...


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This issue has been driving me insane. It's happened previously on Samsung Galaxy S4 and again on my S6 edge. Issue: Images missing from Gallery app or Music missing from music player app. Having tried everything from using ES explorer to move files to wiping the cache partition, there's a simple solution: Plug your device into a PC. Identify the ...


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Unfortunately, devices with small ROM are prone to quick "runout", as correctly pointed out by previous comment. It is indeed true that the "actual" ROM size is not the one stated from the vendor but the one dictated by the Android OS itself. As an example, try to insert an SD card to your computer then right click and get to the properties. You will see ...


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Since you are rooted and comfortable with custom ROMs and Xposed etc, you can use Clean Lockscreen. If you don't want to use an Xposed module, add the following line to your build.prop file: (After you made a backup!) ro.config.donot_nosim=true Now reboot your device. If you still see this message change this line: ro.config.tima=1 To this: ...


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It must be a problem with the ROM if it is not showing the app disabled through Settings app like this: (Click image to enlarge) Anyhow, if the Settings app doesn't show it then I see no way to solve this problem without root. If the following steps do not work then your ROM is faulty because they worked for CM13-snapshot in my Nexus 6. In case you do ...


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No! CyanogenMod will wipe the DATA partition, all the CACHE partition and the SYSTEM partition while installing. It will not affect anything about lock/unlock of sim card.


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Once nobody was able to help me, I decided to share the answer I got by myself. I was bored and had nothing to do so I started going here and there trhough the conf. menu and I found out an option to solve it. It's under Developer options. There's an option enabled called Block touch gesture events or something like this. You should just disable it then ...


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Just do 'Factory Reset'. Well, this depends upon the recovery you're using. If you're using TWRP (assuming you've v2.8.4.x or above), choosing Factory Reset would remove everything under /data (excluding /data/media which serves as emulated storage available through /sdcard as internal SD card), would wipe cache partition, and since davik cache gets ...


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The obvious solution to having no operating system is to add one. That's why what you can do, is to re-flash the custom ROM you are having, or a different one (maybe even a stock ROM). You can go on their page, and find your build there. Once you download the ZIP, you put it on your SD, through the computer, and flash the ZIP from there, or you can use ADB ...


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It appears from the screenshot that a theme is in place with its own set of icons. Stock Android Marshmallow doesn't show four but only three bars. The extra one CM shows is for notification volume. Anyhow, a theme alters the icon but not the order of bars. You can always revert to stock theme or icons and get this result: (Click an image to enlarge it) ...



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