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I ended up taking the risk after all other "fix GPS" methods failed and I can report that it was successful and to my knowledge had no side effects, like the ones reported with other devices.
I've found a reasonably easy way to do something close enough: just set the volume serial number to something fixed. This is easy enough for FAT32-formatted SD cards: just use Sysinternals VolumeID: D:\>vol D: Volume in drive D has no label. Volume Serial Number is 07F5-432C D:\>volumeid D: ECAD-ECAD VolumeID V2.01 - Set disk volume id Copyright (...
Backups made with the -system argument can't be restored to a different Android version. It's not that the OS itself is in the backup: it's that the settings from system apps are in the backup and can only be read by the same version that produced them. Usually upgrading to a newer minor version (e.g. from an earlier milestone release to the stable release) ...
The problem turns out to be that this option only shows up if the lock screen is set to a PIN / password / etc. If it is set to swipe, it doesn't show up. This is not exactly intuitive but I guess it makes sense at some level.
TL;DR: Install Autorun Manager (you must have root access) Go into the settings and enable "Show System Entries" and "Enable system app disable" Disable permissions for "com.android.gsf.update.SystemUpdateService$Receive" and "com.android.gms.update.SystemUpdateServiceReceiver" Sigh in relief as your mobile plan is freed from Google Play's insatiable ...
I encountered the same problem. Turned out it was caused by the theme I was currently using. You can try resetting to the default Hexo theme from the Themes app.
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