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Try adb shell stop adb shell setprop ro.HOME_APP_ADJ 1 adb shell start To make this persistent (across reboots): add ro.HOME_APP_ADJ=1 to build.prop Source: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=860023


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If your device is rooted, as it probably is with CM, you can also do this via adb: adb shell rm /data/misc/adb/adb_keys Depending on your build you probably have to run adb as root(1) or call the su binary(2). (1) adb root or adb kill-server; sudo $(which adb) start-server --> adb shell rm /data/misc/adb/adb_keys (2)adb shell --> su --> rm ...


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According to AndroidPolice is actually caused by a bug in Chrome Beta that showed up on certain custom ROMS. The recent update (v39.0.2171.90) contains a fix for this issue. It's likely that the next update for non beta Chrome will include a fix for this too.


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This is happening in any custom ROM that supports floating windows. It is there, for example, in SlimKat, Spirit ROM, CM based ROMs etc. In my case I can move and size the window, and there is a maximize button available. It resizes the window with pinch to zoom automatically rendering it almost unusable. This is an app issue ultimately, but it is specific ...


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There are a few possible uses. This special contact also sets your photo and name in the quick-settings tray (the one you pull down from the top-right), and it's the source of the name and image used if you have multiple user profiles on a tablet. If someone finds your phone unlocked, they might use your contact details to help find you and return your ...


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In case anyone is still having issues, try an app called mediaserver killer.


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The one on the left signifies "ring and vibrate" mode, the one on the right is "ring mode". If you choose the first your phone will vibrate as well as ring for an incoming call. If you choose the second, it will ring only. I'm not sure if this is documented anywhere, but you can match up the icons with their respective .png files in the CM source as a ...


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Your options are:- Re-flash the stock ROM, either from your backup or by finding it on sammobile.com. Flash a working Cyanogenmod. Be sure to use a stable release, not a nightly build. Nightlies are not suitable for day-to-day use and often contain serious bugs. And to use the apps you've mentioned, you'll need to flash the gapps package that matches your ...


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I did more digging, and it looks like this has been a pretty typical problem throughout the versions of cyanogenmod. Not sure if it's a bug or I just lack understanding of the problem. I was able to connect using ssh -i and specifying the address of the key. When I had set the -v flag, it checked the key I was using and said it didn't match. So I'm thinking ...


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(I assume you are root user) I don't know the error but I think you could extract the APKs from that zip and install them manually. Then, with a tool like Link2SD you could long press each Google App and select the option "Convert in System app". That's pretyt much the same like flash the apps via recovery and zip (in this case).


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I had the same problem. It turns out that, by default, Google+ is seeing the screenshots, but it has instant upload disabled for screenshots. You need to: Go to the app Google "Photos" (separate from Google+) Click the three lines in the top left corner Click on "device" (just above "Bin" at the bottom) Click the greyed out cloud so it turns blue (like ...


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Download this unlocker. Unzip it somewhere you will remember. http://dl1.rapidshare.de/files/689909/63115315/Motorola_Unlocker.zip 1) Turn Off your phone 2) plug your phone to the PC using your mini usb cable 3) put your phone on the flash mode *,#,and power button 4) open the software 5) click on connect RFone 6) click yes when it say done it is unlocked


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There are a quite a few options. Open Terminal Emulator and check with the 'df' command, how much space is left on your partitions. Is /data or /system full? Goto system/apps/all > 'Sort by size to' find out which apps eat up the most space. Check if you have big size apps installed where you could change data location within the app to sdcard. Thinking ...


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It shouldn't be any problem. You can simply download the G Drive app on the Oneplus One and download whatever you backed up. The G-Drive is accessible on many different platforms so it shouldn't be any problem.


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owner of a OPO here. I had the same problem. What I did to solve this was to flash an older version of the CM build then updating to the newest from there. I think they changed some stuff between two of their releases which makes it impossible to flash the brand new CM over ColorOS. I flashed 25R then 33R to convert mine.


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As far as I know you can't use the default recovery, you need to flash twrp or cwm. When you did that you should be able to flash Cyanogenmod the normal way. Be sure to install the .zip and not the .img as @fattire already said. Always delete the data and cache in the recovery before flashing.


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Boot time logo cannot hide the recovery. Try to reinstall recovery from fastboot: fasboot flash recovery clockworkmod_recovery.img


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This is not possible in Google Play Music. You can only change the bitrate used while streaming your music. If you are really interested in getting your music at a lower bitrate, you could have a look at the Google Play Music directory in /data/data. There is a directory named files. That contains all mp3-files you have pinned to your device. You COULD ...


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No you can't install a CM Rom without having the correct bootloader. You will brick your device or end up bootlooping it. Download and flash correct HBOOT, then continue with your choice of Rom. as per your wiki link "Pay close attention to the HBOOT revision as newer updates break the tool's ability to work properly"


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I had the problem with my HTC One M7 (root, OmniROM) that the car mode appeared after restart although no usb cable/dock was connected. I had anomalities like screen rotation (although locked), calls starting in speaker-mode, mtp-usb not working (disconnect after 1s). Tapping "Exit Car Mode" didn't solve the problem. Possibly the "car mode" was not ...


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Suggestion 1: Run an ADB shell in ClockworkMod Remount /system in readwrite mode. Add this to /system/build.prop: persist.service.adb.enable=1 Save the file. Suggestion 2: You said that you have installed CyanogenMod. So you probably have a custom recovery, right? You can boot into it, connect your phone to your computer and go to "mounts" -> "mount USB ...


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OsmAnd uses the collaboratively-edited OpenStreetMaps database, and doesn't need to send your information anywhere since you can choose to download the maps locally to your phone. They don't make it clear on their website, but there is a free software build, “OsmAnd~”, available from F-Droid. More generally, using CyanogenMod free from Google is discussed ...


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I've found that if I run into problems with the custom recovery, I can get rid of it altogether by re-flashing the stock firmware, and then I can install the custom recovery again. You have a different device, but that's what works on a Samsung Galaxy S4, so it might work for you. Of course, there's always the possibility that if you try installing CWM again ...


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Most likely SongBird just ignoring this settings. Default Android applications should handle it. But not third-party applications.


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Here is custom cwm touch recovery for your Samsung GT-I5510 phone and Here is list of custom firmware for your phone Please refer all the instruction/steps in provided link carefully before flashing anything



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