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I had this issue as well several times. As slower the phone as better you can wipe/reset/stop the crashing app. ;-) I always try to stop and wipe the app cache then. Additionally I recommend to deactivate internet while this is happening, this avoids some of the apps starting. But you are right, this is very annoying and should be improved in CYAN. I created ...


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Steps: First, you need to install the SuperSu Zip file from recovery; then, Install the latest version of SuperSu app from Play Store. Also, based on my experiences on Cyanogenmod ROMs, these ROMs are rooted before installing. So, you don't need to install any SuperSu file from recovery.


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1) Download: First download the following files: oppown.apk TWRP 2) Installation: Install oppown.apk and download SuperSU Connect your N1 via USB to your computer and get access over ADB 3) Clean-up: adb uninstall uninstall com.qualcomm.privinit 4) TWRP install: fastboot flash recovery twrp-X.X.X.X-N1.img 5) Successfully rooted!


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Try clearing the data of the SystemUI application from the Settings->Apps-All Apps menu. If you cannot operate the phone because the crashes are too frequent, you can do it with a computer through ADB shell command.


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To make it abundantly clear, since I had this exact same problem, you must unzip and zip the package back up using the same method used to create the zip file, which uses no compression(!). In my case, I was on linux, and used ubuntu's Archive Manager application to view the contents of the archive. I then found the file causing the issue in ...


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its about kernel. There are stock based touchwiz kernels and other cwm based kernels. But for some phones like my old N7000 there are hybrid kernels too thanks to some XDA devs.


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Your phone is not official supported by CM12, but there is at least an inofficial build some enthusiasts created. Go to CM Unofficial Ports List. There are two inofficial builds created by different teams, so take time and read which one seems better. But in such inofficial builds not everything may work, also I think you should somehow know what you are ...


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it means, the device, haven't any PIN password. just do this : Goto Settings > LockScreen > Screen Lock and set the password for PIN and after this, try again for backup and it showing you for enter the PIN password and then, Backup process will be starting. Edit : after Set the PIN, use this Command : adb backup -all this command will ...


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Well I was forced to use adb sideload to reflash my phone. If this happens to anybody else, follow these steps to fix the issue: Install ADB on your computer, tutorials are easy to find, just Google. Boot to Recovery and navigate to adb sideload. Now set adb sideload on your phone and from you computer type adb sideloadrom_image.zip where rom_image.zip ...


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If you are rooted, there are many apps and tools available to help you see which apps are killing your battery. I have found Wakelock Detector to be very useful.


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Try re-flashing a suitable ROM from XDA. Samsung Galaxy Y GT-S5360 ROMs [XDA]


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I am presuming that your device doesnot support SD-card (memory-card). You can see MTP, it means that drivers are fine. Update your TWRP TWRP for LG Nexus 5 Update your drivers and reboot PC. Format Data from Wipe option in TWRP. Connect to PC, and hope you can see MTP. Copy CM12 (for your device ONLY) ROM from PC to internal storage. Don't forget Gapps ...


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Switch off your device. Take out your memory card. Place it in some card reader. Access it on your computer and place the ROM in it. Now, place the memory card back to your device and go to recovery. Flash the ROM from memory card and you are good to go... :)


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To permanently disable storage notifications, try long-pressing on the notification, go to App Info and uncheck Show notifications. You must do it through long-pressing. If it is un-checkable, hit Force Stop and confirm. This is a known method to get rid of Verizon's persistent Wifi notification: Similar Guide Hope this helps,


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There is a very good chance that you may not have a driver problem. There is a very important detail everyone seemed to miss about using network connections via USB: they must be plugged in before the phone is powered on! The phone must also have Wifi and Data turned off, and potentially Airplane Mode! All before the device is turned on. Some devices can ...


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Format the system Partition and reflash Cyanogenmod and Gapps in recovery. Unfortunately you will have to reinstall all apps (even ones on the SD card). Note: Sometimes, bizarrely, it can wipe part of a SD card. I lost photos and videos and also appdata (which was ext4) but all my downloads and recovery zips remained. Not sure if that it a problem with the ...


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Go to setting > gesture > toggle flashlight > disable it "Unchecked" I think this caused by a feature in OnePlus can turn the flashlight on by drawing V on the screen, for me it used to work by itself sometime or in my pocket.


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You can do this the easy way by just (re)installing your Google Apps. Download the right GApps package from CyanogenMod / XDA / Goo.im and flash it in recovery. OR you can also use the APKs linked on the site in your comment. This method is not recommended and may dump your phone into a bootloop! You probably want to download this one. Install it by ...


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You don't say much about the wireless adapter and which chipset it uses. This is critically important as it will determine which kernel wifi module you'll need. I'm pretty sure Nethunter as distributed already has native support for OTG/host mode as well as some kernel patches to support monitor mode, but not 100% which chipsets are supported/recommended. ...


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It seems that Google Play services isn't installed or updated. Try installing it from the plays store here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.android.gms&hl=en Edit: oops. Skipped my mind u can't use play store. Get the apk from XDA here and install it. ...


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You can flash the CM12S update over the CM Nightly. I did it myself. Just make sure you have a custom recovery installed and make a backup just in case!


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OK, so I finally fixed this problem. I wiped my phone completely after backing up my data and I used fastboot to flash an all new recovery image and installed a new ROM but still the problem persisted. Then I noticed that in the recovery I keep getting: "error mounting /persist". I found and followed this link: ...


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As Alexandar already pointed out, there are different partitions involved. The "400MB on your system partition" (actually, there's only ~ 300 MB free) have no effect here at all, as you cannot use them: /system is mounted read-only during normal operation, and mostly reserved for the OS and its core apps. Let's walk your tree one by one: /dev, /system, ...


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As you didn't give much details, we can give generic answers only. It very much depends on the keyboard app used: some allow modifications, others don't. You can either switch to a different keyboard layout (almost all keyboards support this), or use an alternative keyboard app altogether.


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I was able to fix it by uninstalling all updates, then updating the app from the app store. I first tried wiping cache and data like SuperThomasLab suggested but that didn't work.


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As Moto g received the Lollipop update recently, other roms should adopt the changes. If you want a working phone you can flash the stock firmware or you can sideload a custom rom but this requires a computer and fastboot files installed. I encountered this problem and solved this as follows: If you have installed fastboot files on computer and a custom ...


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It's a confirmed bug related to RtL (Right-to-Left) feature on Lollipop. The bug is to start the easter egg hidden in Google Lollipop, Flappy Droid or Lollipop Land depending on how you want to call, quit the game after a few seconds, enter "Developer options", check the "Force RTL layout direction", and then return to the easter egg. (slight ...


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First Download that app from play store ok https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.keramidas.TitaniumBackup&hl=enthen go to app provide root permission then you will your all apps inside TB app ok then select your app which you want to convert to system app eg:-if you app name is xyz which you want to convert then click on you app i.e xyz you ...


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use a vpn proxy, it worked for me


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The Galaxy S Advance is not officially supported by CyanogenMod. They provide links to several unofficial ports on their wiki, however: CyanogenMod 10 CyanogenMod 10.1 CyanogenMod 11 Since these are not officially provided by the CM team, they may not contain all of the features/changes in a supported build, and you would need to contact the developer of ...


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try another app known as titanium backup and convert it


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Just change the permission to be set on /system/app & /system/priv-app by the gapps updater. Following are steps for same: Open gapps archive Go into Meta-inf\com\google\android. Open updater-script with notepad. Change the permission from 0*** to 0777 for /system/app & /system/priv-app e.g. the line will be like set_perm_recursive(0, 0, 0755, ...


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Just disable captive portal detection. In the terminal, or in adb shell, issue the command settings put global captive_portal_detection_enabled 0 and reboot.


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try rebooting to recovery mode(assuming you have custom recovery installed) and mount data from there. hope it helps.


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Yes you can, but I would advise you not to install CyanogenMod, because some parts of your device may not work (WiFi, Bluetooth, camera flash).


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I can't think of any reason why you couldn't try it, because it should either work and install CyanogenMod or it won't manage to install anything. It doesn't always work with my SPH-L710 S3 despite my being able to flash with Odin just fine. Just do not install the wrong firmware on your own. There are over ten different revisions of the S3, and going ...


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I have found another app called Droid Explorer from CodePlex. Download the required setup(x86 or x64) and install it. After installation, follow the video of Android Controlled from PC by MobileTechVideos. The video shows complete procedure of using Droid Explorer. Hope this will help. Requirement: Android SDK


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As of 04-01-2015 custom recoveries don't support decryption CM12 yet. It will give you a wrong password notification when trying to decrypt. But you can put the update .zip in /cache. Then in the recovery skip entering the password. And flash from /cache. This works because to access /cache you don't need your password.


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I have answered this here Apps are stored on the /data partition, while the empty space you have is probably located on some other location, like internal SD card. Even if you have empty space elsewhere, apps couldn't be installed nowhere but on the /data partition. There is a way to make /data partition bigger by resizing your partitions (I've done ...


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If you found your device on devices->other devices as android then what you need to do is install the driver for your device. Even if it is cyanogen moded samsung phone, in most cases installing samsung driver will fix the issue.. You can get samsung drivers on the following link. [link] http://developer.samsung.com/technical-doc/view.do?v=T000000117#none ...


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Try disabling Ok Google search. Worked for me.


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Edit Settings > Apps > Running Once here, you can manually kill the app's processes. Also, there is a button at the top called "Show Cached Processes". You can also remove the cached processes from there. Note: Removing the cached processes will kill the (cached) process of course, but the next time you launch the app, it will again call the necessary ...


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most likely you didn't actually wipe data/factory reset. You can leave the internal storage /sdcard alone, it's the rest of the stuff. Every time I've flashed CM and had boot loops it was because I forgot to factory reset. They don't do this in the zip because many people hot-flash a newer build on top of old.


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It will take a bit of time for variants to show up, figure in about 6 months after Lollipop get to us. Developers stick with main stream devices for the most part, the active does not sell that well. Also the developers are all hot for Android 5.x.x now so are not putting in much time with 4.x.x As near as I can tell, all these Cyanogen etc developers do ...


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Just curious if you use Google device / location manager(s)? I have had some of theses issues come up on CM11. Try going to Google.com then click maps as your search criteria/engine and type ' my current location ' as the search, and also in the map click the little circle in the bottom right corner (its the circle above the blue direction circle ....its ...


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Took me a while to find this answer, so sharing here... Lollipop uses different routing tables with rules per user and/or interface. Here is a sample when I'm connected on wifi: root@hammerhead:/ # ip rule show 0: from all lookup local 10000: from all fwmark 0xc0000/0xd0000 lookup legacy_system 13000: from all fwmark 0x10063/0x1ffff lookup ...



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