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• FusedLocation - for fused network and gps switch Different devices use different apps other than Fused Mine is Qualcomm Location


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Thanks for the responses. As usual, a good night's sleep and some googling helped me find a solution: I followed the instructions from Google itself to completely reinstall the factory image: https://developers.google.com/android/nexus/images Lack of hyperactive kids (the root cause of my initial mistake) allowed me to carefully follow the instructions. ...


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You have ended up in a bootloop... But that shouldn't be a problem, just flash CM 13 again. You don't even need to have adb access, you can just put the files on an external SDCard (using a card reader for your PC), put the SDCard into your device and flash the files using the recovery.


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Flash it again using twrp. Also you can do a hard reset with twrp to


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The Google Photos app updated this morning (21st July 2016 to version 1.24.0.127588984) and the backup/sync has restarted and is showing visible progress under "Assistant". So it looks like it was a problem with the app rather than settings/ configuration at my end.


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Uninstall LG drivers and let Windows download and install himself. It fixed blue for me.


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I've found this in: Settings->Privacy->Privacy Guard->Advanced->Swipe right to the last Tab 'ROOT ACCESS'.


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I'll say because CM based ROMs have Cyanogenmod as the base plus extra features in them. So you might wanna check them out. It will have all the base CM features. One good option to go with is Paranoid Android. Some other ROMs : Bliss Pop , Resurrection Remix. Try them and tell me what you find ! Good Luck !


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I got two manuals on topic. Firstone is one about downgrading and second one on installing CM 12.1. Good luck!


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IT's the gapps!! I has the same problem; GPS stopped working after two CM11 updates. I reverted back to Android 4.1 but still no GPS. I renistalled cm-11-20160424-NIGHTLY-hercules (I'm becoming a pro at this by now) but still no GPS. After an idea to reinstall gapps-kk-20140606-signed after the updated....GPS started working again. I tested it with Google ...


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As for as i know, when a rom boots up for a first time dalvik goes each and every apks and extract the dex (Android programs are compiled into .dex (Dalvik Executable) files) and put in the cache.So next time when you use your mobile it start faster and improved the performance, so when you wiped dalvik cache, it only clear cache memory. it will not delete ...


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Turns out the adopted storage is corrupted. Fixed by running FSCK after unmounting it first from storage option menu/setting fsck.f2fs /dev/block/dm-0


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UPDATE: IF YOU RUN INTO THIS ISSUE AND HAVE TO SPEND PAINFUL HOURS TRYING TO SOLVE THIS ENIGMA. What I did that really solved it for me was. I first of all Used TWRP. Before hand I was using CWM which wasn't working too well. (IDK why). I have a Galaxy Note 2 and installed the CWM 13 Marshmallow ROM and installed the BANKS Open GAPPS along with it. I ...


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This Problem usually comes with 250MB plus version of google Apps package. If the problem persists, try installing nano version of arm based GApps. hope it will solve the issue.


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I just had your same problem. This is related to Google Apps: you have to enter settings -> Apps -> Google Play Services -> enable all permissions -> soft reboot. This solved for me! Please let me know how it goes ;)


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LOL i went thru this few weeks ago put cyanogenmod and gapps on the sd wipe your system,data,boot . flash cm13 then gapps then in twrp if you have it if not flash itdo a factory reset. that will remove the gapps issues boot into cm13 and all should be good


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nothing to worry about u can just download motorola device manager v.2.5.4 from motorola website.then try to transfer your data to ur pc. becuse now it will act as usb device. if that doesnot resolve ur problem download motorola e toolkit setup . if further problem exist contact me


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If you plan on rooting a new Fire, it is advisable to not connect to the internet during setup to avoid forced updates. 5.1.2 is required to install CM. Note that 5.1.2.1 does not work but is displayed as just 5.1.2 in settings. Enable debugging From the Settings app open Device Options. Enable developer options by tapping on the serial number several ...


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You might be able to access MTP mode via TWRP (Which i guess you have installed...) If you've installed TWRP, simply boot into recovery and connect your USB cable, you should be able to access your device via MTP then. If you're not using TWRP, you can download a TWRP image boot your device into bootloader mode use fastboot boot twrp.img to temporarily ...


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Looks like the command you typed is wrong. The disk ID should be in the form xxx,x. Source. Tough it shows for Galaxy S7 & S7 Edge the commands will be same.


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Verizon Only: So it appears this used to require additional software but is now a built in according to this page http://www.cequint.com/verizon/callernameid/ ATT and Tmobile have apps but non are truly caller id.


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The L70 doesn't have a gyroscope.


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I can't speak on how much info they send or compatibility with apps but if say build on Android 6 then most apps that work on a stock android 6 will probably work. Twrp on the other hand is very good just back up your phone then if you decide you dont like CopperOS then go to the restore and restore the file. its like you never left. i've done it many ...


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installing something like ROM Manager might help. check this screenshot: https://lh4.ggpht.com/mCWZ9q9niBabx-HBbrlez8hFxAh0VrhNl2y0_diCmxbmj93BF36nuPR_KcACgYXuXstd=h900-rw


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This is a known issue when blocking Google Play Services using Privacy Guard on CM13. However there is a workaround if the device has a custom recovery like TWRP installed. Boot into recovery Open File Manager Navigate to /data/system Delete the file named appops.xml Reboot. Since you've not rooted/installed custom firmware, the only option is a factory ...


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Andrew. Share - Google Keep TODO screenshots Use it once. You get a shortcut at the right-side of button.


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I cannot really answer your question without doing some research first. But I can help you by providing the steps to change the SELinux status to Enforcing on your CyanogenMod: Open Settings, About this phone (last option), tap "Build version" several times Go back to Settings and enter the new menu that appeared, called Developer Options Scroll down until ...


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My phone is LG G3 (D855) with xosp 6.0.1 (Based on cyanogenmod) I fix it -Go to google play store - Type apn - Download apn settings - Download Link2Sd - Run link2sd - Choose APN Settings - Make system app. - Reset phone - Run APN Settings and get your settings - Reset phone. I hope that helps... Sorry for bad English :))


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CyanogenMod has a keyboard built in, did you try going to Settings -> Language & Input and make sure you have a keyboard set as "Current Keyboard", the default keyboard in CM is Android Keyboard (AOSP)? If there is truly no keyboard installed, you can go to http://www.apkmirror.com/ and download any number of keyboards, such as Swiftkey Keyboard or ...


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I know this is already 5 months old, but for future reference 1. It sounds like you already have ODIN so I won't bother linking that, but just double check you have the latest version here 2. You will need your stock firmware so you can find that here. Just make sure you download the proper firmware for your region. If you get one file, it will have ...


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Good day. try to clean dalvik cache from recovery and try boot that phone again.


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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) ...


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You've probably looked only at the official builds, go try to search for an unofficial one. If you don't find one, it's better (and your only choice, if you flash a ROM for a wrong device you are going to break your phone) to stay with your old OS. However, you might still want to root it, as that gives you some new interesting options to explore, too. But, ...


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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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