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This certainly sounds like a bug in the ROM. In the first instance you should report it to the system integrator (the person who ported the ROM for that device). Debugging and developing device drivers is not for the faint-hearted, and it's well beyond the scope of this site!


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You might wish to take a look at the NOGAPPS project, which is what I am using. Without having to install the GApps, it e.g. provides a MapsAPI in a way that other apps think it's GMaps. There's also a NetworkLocation provider able to use a locally stored CellID database – found my location on the spot. Third part is the BlankStore, allowing access to the ...


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There does not seem to be a way to do that in Trebuchet on CyanogenMod (when not on CyanogenMod you can do it in the Trebuchet Settings). As an alternative you could use nova launcher, it is free and the dock is removeable (even on CyanogenMod). There may be many more launcher providing this feature, but nova is tho only one I used on CyanogenMod.


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You can try these apps, https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.defianttech.diskdigger or https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=fahrbot.apps.undelete i had more succes with diskdigger tho.


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You didn't specify which device you own, but by the tag I assume it is a Nexus 5. Flashing TWRP is pretty easy, especially on Nexus devices. Download the newest .img file here: http://techerrata.com/file/twrp2/hammerhead/openrecovery-twrp-2.8.0.1-hammerhead.img Turn off your device. Turn on the device and keep holding volume down until a menu shows up. ...


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Okay, with a little help i found an answer myself.this is for ppl struggling with the same problem: To prevent those random restarts, you only have to experiment with your energy profile and your minimum clockspeed. change your CPU.(at least this worked for me) By default, min. clock is set at 100MHz and energyprofile is balanced. you've got to change ...


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I find solution for this problem.. steps: Download Google USB Driver. please find your device USB Driver from this link. Then open devices in windows. After that right-click on devices open property. select update device driver. Then select pickup from disk & select path of download Google USB driver. Then type into command prompt at ...


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When I needed to change my DNS the solution was always SETDNS. It's light, fast and user-friendly. Be aware that if your phone isn't rooted SetDNS will only modify WiFi' DNS settings... P.S.: if my answer helped you could you accept it? :)



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