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Worked for me. After first boot mobile data was not working (but phone was working). After a second reboot also mobile data working. Moto G falcon Android 4.4.4


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Gin Gordon's answer is good enough to fix most of the problem related to password unlocking. However, if the issue still exists, I suggested to have a look at Android Lock Screen Removal(paid), a small tool developed by Wondershare. It will use the downloaded recovery image to remove the lock screen password.


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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.


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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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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 ...


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Restrict your data usage for application which are using data too much , You can also set data limit for a day so that if in a single day if it crosses the usage limit, it automatically turn off mobile data or wifi .


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There is another property which must be enabled: fw.show_multiuserui=1 to add the 'user' entry to system configuration ("Einstellungen") Source: How to Add Multi User Support To Samsung Galaxy Devices Running Lollipop! [MOD]


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The reason why this happens is the bootloader being unlocked. There are random models of ZenFone 5s that are shipped by ASUS with some sort of defect in the motherboard (as they say...). If the original bootloader is replaced by an unlocked one and does not match with the bootloader originally installed on your device, the problem manifests. There are only ...


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Did you first wipe the /system partition before you flashed the rom? Chances are you didn't. You may want to reflash the rom preferrably after wiping /system and /data


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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.


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I've had opposite problem. I've deleted the OneTimeInit and SetupWizard and after the hard-reset my system was acting like in first time init screen: notification pull-down is unavailable recent screen is unavailable home button is unavailable limited power menu So I've had to set all those first boot flags manually. Thus, I've found three of them, ...


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As far as I can see, it is not possible. So I need to use en external app for this. I found KISS launcher and Hayai Launcher which both do a great job.


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You can delete the internet browser from the built in apps, but if the reason behind this is to block or limit your kid from internet access, it will be pointless. Chances are, that your kid knows that you can re-flash firmware, basically wiping the System partition and re-acquiring it. In comments, you did however mention that your kid does not have ...


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According to zivmo on the linked thread, Cyanogenmod 7.1 stable and later ship with loop support built into the kernel, so loop devices just work without having to compile or insert a kernel module.


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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 (...


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This script will automatically reinstall Xposed after dirty-flashing a ROM (i.e. flashing it without wiping userdata). The linked post includes instructions to download and how to install it, and describes how it works. https://www.reddit.com/r/xposed/comments/3u2xw9/release_xposed_addond_backup_scripts_it_keeps/ Try to search "xposed script after updating ...


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I had the same issue with my device as well. Device: SM-G360T Android version: 5.1.1 Google App version: 5.13.31.21.arm Google services version: 9.0.83 (234-121911109) Google Play store version: 6.5.08 My solution was to download the Google Now Launcher (version 1.3.large). It replaces your current launcher, but I thought it was a good exchange. Warning! ...


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The APKs for Google Play Services can be found on APK Mirror, along with explanations of the build numbers and how to determine the right build to install.


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You can move apps to the /system directory so they will not be uninstalled after a factory reset. (For example an app that locks the internet browser). However, it is still possible to install apps by using the Play Store, ADB, or root access. Whatever you do, if you reflash the firmware, everything will be wiped and you can start over again. So the /system ...


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As of today (May 30, 2016), the F2FS file system doesn't support shrinking. If it does by the time someone reads this, just let me know in the comments. The solution is then to delete and re-create the entire filesystem for /data. From this related answer on Unix & Linux Stack Exchange: mkfs.f2fs /dev/block/mmcblk0p36 11583168 This will do the trick. ...



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