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An alternative would be to use a different theme's status icons. You're using Hexo theme's status icons as it seem at first glance. You can choose to change the whole theme or just the status icons by an other theme's status icons under Settings → Themes. This answer should help you out. Try the icons of System (Android) theme or download others themes ...


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Most of the time, the answer is it depends on which ROM are you talking about. Most ROMs comes with a speficic set of devices in mind (due to the need and support of partition layout, hardware-specific drivers, etc), so it really depends on the developer. In most cases, a really similar hardware, would indicate that it should be usable to some extent.


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It's basically a basic recovery that is available with CM ROMs. Due to CM nature of distribution, though, this doesn't mean that most CM ROMs will use it, but rather depends on the developer that is distributing it.


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You are right, no quick switch from top of the screen. Solution 1: long press Power button, you get the option to switch to vibrate Solution 2: change volume with physicals buttons, tap on setup on the right side of the sound pane. You will find options to switch to vibrate or mute for a given time or definitively.


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CentOS installs on different hardware, but, It's all PCs which vary less than phones, A Ubuntu kernel, Debian kernel, and Elementary kernel are all different kernel sources. As for your second point, see the answer(s) posted earlier.


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Overview One user reported a method to do this on the CyanogenMod forums back in January, but it isn't exactly detailed: forum.cyanogenmod.org/topic/103817-notes-on-how-i-got-cm-working-on-picassowifi/ Similarly, my path has three main steps, with varying levels of detail: Install a custom recovery. I used TWRP. Wipe the device. Install CyanogenMod. ...


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Make sure the media isn't in a folder with this type of name > .anyfoldername, or hasn't any files in it with the name .nomedia (change the option so you can see hidden files). If it does change the folder to anyfoldername or delete the file .nomedia.


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Try this Setting-->apps--->media storage-->clear data--->OK and reboot and check


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Setting-->apps--->all apps---->select gallery--->clear data but first create backup


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You have to move all images in the default image folder in phone memory and also follow same procedures for the video and after that in apps clear cache the gallery....


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Had this problem while upgrading from CM11 to CM12.1 doing a dirty upgrade. Tried several version of Gapps, all crashed. Finally, problem was solved by upgrading TWRP to the latest version and then upgrading.


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OK the only GAPPS version that seems to work is Pico - see this XDA page.


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Try this app if it can help : http://m.lizardo.store.aptoide.com/app/market/com.stericson.permissions.donate/4/3204650/Permissions+Denied+Pro


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Some time ego I have written custom android keyboard, and finally Keybaord extend android Service class. I.e I think We can say - android is a Hidden Application - a Service.


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I found a link to a signed stock kernel providing TWRP v2.8.7.0 on xda Forum : [ROM][I9100][5.1.1][OFFICIAL] CyanogenMod 12.1 Nightly Builds It can be flashed with the Cynogen Recovery. https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=24052804347787517


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There are low(er)-level commands that can be used in a shell to encrypt your user data partition. Disclaimer/Warning: the following instructions will wipe your data, ensure that you make a backup if needed. Following these steps, you should be able to wipe your data partition and have it encrypted afterwards (similar to a factory reset): Boot your phone ...


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your device is not officially supported, and I did not find an unofficial build. also there is no custom recovery available. if you really want to use cyanogenmod, buy another phone.


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Well, never mind that! I suddenly recalled that fdisk is more meant to work with MBR instead of GPT so I installed parted manually and now the partition table is shown correctly..


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Following instructions worked for me: On my HTC M8, I went to Settings → Apps → found the Business Calendar 2 PRO app (it is listed as "Business Calendar") → cleared Cache → cleared data of the app (did not need to uninstall/reinstall). I went back to the Business Calendar app on home screen and it wanted to set up as new but my ...


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Was it an OTA update? Try clearing cache and factory reset. If it's under warranty, get it checked there.


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Google's site: & similar: searches will help you in finding this; took me less than an hour to find CM12 un-official port and Android 4.4.4 slim ROM just by searching your titled question (minus the at&t part) like so CM12 for Htc desire 610 site:forum.xda-developers.com In fact it took me longer to writw this than to find the above links and others ...


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While signatures for APK files are checked, it appears that system apps (= apps installed to /system/) have more relaxed checks. This allows inclusion of additional files in an APK file and still pass the verification checks. I have posted the details on this page, the essence is that the validation code in PackageParser.java (part of ...


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You can't (without customizing the code). The relevant code is in the Activity Manager (see crashApplication() and handleAppCrashLocked()) and it only suppresses these crash messages in 2 cases: The app crashed too soon since the last crash The app has crashed too many times total


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This other SE answer might be of help if your phone is running under CyanogenMod. That answer, in turn, points to this article where author shows the location of built-in dictionaries on the phone filesystem, as well as the location of built-in dictionary source files in Android open source project. The rationale (all to be tried) should be grab the source ...


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For some reason OTA updates for CM12 from 11 have not been working. So manually go into the recovery and install. After you have CM12 you will get OTA updates.


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At this very moment there is no cyanogenmod 12 available for your device. One developer tried to port it but it didn't boot up. The project seems to be dead. What you can do and what has already been done a few times: Visit the xda forum for your specific device and create a thread where you can ask devs for building cyanogenmod. Find other users and ...


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Okay, I found it. According to this serverfault question, TCP timestamps cause the error. I disabled the option on the server with sysctl -w net.ipv4.tcp_timestamps=0


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Especially for Galaxy S2. I stuck with Cyanogen Recovery for a couple of days. Neither Rashr nor Flashify worked for me. In the end, reflashing a TWRP kernel (Apollo 9 light) with Flash Gordon did the trick.


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Note: I've tested this solution on CM12. Three answers saying the same thing but are rather extreme in their approach. I want to remove one query out of dozens I made. Why should I remove everything just to remove one? Not fair! First things first: In Android, it's possible to search for a specific setting by clicking the magnifying glass in the ...


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On Android Lollipop, Settings > Apps > ALL > Settings > Clear Data A confirmation dialog asking "Delete app data?" will open and on pressing OK the Settings app menu closes by itself and your previous searches won't be displayed. Note: This will not change/affect your Phone Settings anyway but only clears the Setting's App Data.


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Clearing the Settings App data will not reset any of your settings to their original state, but should clear the search history. In the settings, navigate to your apps and find Settings and tap on Clear Data. The app should close and when opened back up, the search history should be cleared.


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You can try to clear cache or data of Settings application. Do this by opening the Settings application and opening Apps. Scroll sideways to the All tab and find the Settings application. There press the Clear cache button. If this does not help try pressing the Clear data button and confirming the action.



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