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No need to complicate things its very easy.. Go to file manager , select the songs then make a seperate folder then scan in an music player like mysic player- audio player...


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Following instructions worked for me: I installed fastboot from here. Then I booted the TF700T into fastboot mode, connected it to my Linux machine, and entered the command: fastboot erase userdata When the above command was finished I continued with booting into recovery. From there I followed the CyanogenmodWiki, and entered the command: adb push ...


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In my CM12, I can do: adb shell getprop | grep -i cyanogenmod and the result it shows is: [ro.build.host]: [cyanogenmod] [ro.cmlegal.url]: [https://www.cyanogenmod.org/docs/privacy] [ro.error.receiver.system.apps]: [org.cyanogenmod.bugreport] [ro.rommanager.developerid]: [cyanogenmod] If you don't see cyanogenmod anywhere then either build.prop is ...


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My friend..I had the same issue and I fixed it right away.. Here's the trick: download the supersu zip file(I have the beta), go to the developer settings and switch on Advance Reboot..Then go back to the home screen.. Press the power bottom..it should give you a pop-up window where you can choose to reboot into recovery: Choose It..then in recovery mode.. ...


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As an alternative, or if you wish to use 100% FOSS, you can install a native Linux installation on your device using apps such as Linux Deploy, and simply apt-get install gcc.


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In short, you will most likely lose all your data, because: You have to unlock your bootloader when you install a third party ROM. Unlocking the bootloader will erase all your data. The new installation might not be able to decrypt your data. Even if it would work, it is still not recommended to keep all the data when installing a different version or make ...


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I can't help you with the storage. However, I can help you with the "screen goes black during call". Download this app and open it. Now your proximity sensor should have been fixed and you can make calls again. Hope my answer helps!


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From xda thread: CyanogenMod recovery is basic, so you have to flash another one. The easiest way is to use rashr app and it worked for me perfectly


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Sure! Install Gravity Box module. Cheers.


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I booted to recovery, wiped the caches, flashed a version of gapps for 4.4, then flashed the latest version of gapps then won.


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The problem was that the back video camera was set to record in 4K resolution. The fix for the video camera issue is: Go to the default camera app. Swipe from the left to see the "Camera" "Video" Menu, on the bottom right corner the is a gear icon, press it to go to camera settings. Go to resolution and quality and change the back camera video quality to ...


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Pay attention to this particular part of the log: This package is for device: C2105, C2014, C2105, C2104, taoshan this device is . The reason why this happens is that CyanogenMod ZIPs have the option to check the device it's being flashed on before it continues, so it won't get accidentally flashed on the wrong device. If you look inside your ZIP and ...


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Okay I figured out how to do this. It seems since I didn't have root permission on the app therefore I was not able to delete it. I did the following-: First I set up ADB on Windows. Connected my device Typed in adb root adb remount adb shell su chmod 777 /system/app/Camera2.apk rm -f /system/app/Camera2.apk And voila I could delete the app.


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It appears the problem was caused by a corrupted installation of the Xposed Framework - the issue got solved as soon as I reinstalled it.


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You can normally install that zip through recovery itself once the ROM is done installing. So the steps would be: Go into recovery. Flash ROM. Flash GApps. Flash the titanium update.zip (just the way you flashed ROM and GApps). Clear dalvic cache and cache. Reboot. Hope this helps.


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An alternative to GO Launcher that I ended up going with is Smart Launcher. It also limits to a 4-app grid and doesn't seem to be able to customize to a 9-app grid. Neither options zoom intuitively like the iPhone does.


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I experimented and found that when On-screen nav. is enabled, the value for dev_force_show_navbar changes to 1 from 0... Both names are under Settings.db (Table:secure). You actually mentioned the key to the answer but somehow (I suppose) didn't know how to use it. Many thanks to Andrew T. and DavisNT for this answer since it would lead to a solution ...


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There isn't a solution for your question. All the ways to do it will require a reboot except the Settings app for Cyanogenmod. I took a look at the source code of Cyanogenmod how they managed to get it working, and I found this: This is the method that does enable/disable the navigationbar: (Sorry if this is off-topic, wanted to add this in case others ...


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Perhaps it's the system sounds. Go into Settings -> Sound and try disabling dial-pad tones, touch sounds, screen lock sounds, and what else have you.


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This is happening because of the Gesture Recognition Feature For CM11 Disable it by going to Settings > Interface > Gesture shortcuts > uncheck Flashlight For CM12 By going through many forums it is clear that this is happening because of gestures and many people are facing this. If you are unable to disable the gestures try following solutions. ...


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sigh factory reset did the trick.


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Go to SIM Toolkit and search for Flash services and deactivate it. Worked for me.


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This is the S-View cover mode. That's a cover with a piece of glass in it. Are you holding magnets by your phone? If there is no way to get out of it, you should restart your phone, or you can hold a magnet near your phone like the red dot: Hope my answer helps!


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SOURCE : http://gadgetstouse.com/gadget-tech/internal-phone-external-storage/20812 Most of the today's Android have Three types of storages. Internal Storage Phone storage External storage. Difference between Internal, Phone and External Storage. Internal Storage: In laymen term, it is the personal space of Android, where it stores your (system) ...


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Perhaps some files are corrupted in your internal storage (root/system folder). Download the latest cm-zip-file in an external memory card. May be you can reboot to recovery, try formatting the flash, Dalvik-cache, re-flashing (install->zip-file). Another possibility is that internal storage (NAND Flash) has reached its lifetime :-(


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Please be more specific, when did it happen and how. You could try reflashing CyanogenMod, or look at this link Galaxy S4 Black Screen fix


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You can achieve iPhone like sub folder view by downloading any launcher. Here is the link which you will find helpful GO Launcher -Theme. If you are interested in making it replicate iPhone's theme as well, then you will have to download additional theme which are compatible with Go Launcher app. Similar case goes if you download other themes. The folder ...


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Sorry. I installed the wrong version of TWRP. I installed the first version on the list. Later found out that the first one is not the latest version... Sorry.


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Found the issue. It was due to safari auto-unzip file after download. I was making a zip of the file again. I used chrome to download the file and voila it worked perfectly.


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Unfortunately I won't be trying the OS upgrade as the phone hardware only supports Bluetooth 2.1+EDR (see page 9 here http://www-support-downloads.sonymobile.com/c1505/whitepaper_EN_c1505_xperia_e.pdf) Thanks for the advice about doing the software upgrade, hopefully it will be useful for someone else! Andrew


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It depends and differs by the mobile manufactures. For Sony, Samsung and Motorola devices you can find in Settings > About phone > Build Number. If you have a Samsung device you can also check the version of firmware you currently have by dialing *#1234#. In HTC devices it will be under Settings > About Device > Software Information > ...


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Instructions: Requires root! a) Under Cyanogenmod Root activation itself requires the developer menu: Settings > About > Tap "Build number" multiple times until a toast message tells you that the developer menu got activated. b) Settings > Developer > Root access > Set to: Apps & ADB. Remark: Apps alone should suffice too, but maybe you want to edit ...


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You can go back in recovery by pressing and holding Volume+Up buttons. Then in recovery wipe cache, dalvic cache, system and reinstall ROM and correct GApps. Now if you have ROM and GApps inside the phone its fine. Else you may have to use ADB if your PC doesnt recognize the phone. Set up ADB using link above and download both ROM and GApps in your pc. ...


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This is how I found it out to work. Create a SIM-PIN in your settings, restart the phone with the PIN, and you will have the toolkit in your app browser.


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What I can suggest is - Install Gravity Box and enable the Navigation Bar from there.


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Solution was to restore a backup of /efs and write a backup of the modem firmware to /dev/block/mmcblk0p10, this device file may be different on a different deivce though. But on my N7100 it worked.


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If you also have "No Baseband" in the about screen, You can try to flash only the modem and see if it help. e.g With Samsung devices, I usually use Odin with the ROM from SamMobile, I extract the modem file from the archive and put into a new .tar file, and then flash the new file with Odin. On Linux i can use Heimdall which allow my to directly flash a ...


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Just saw you were running lollipop. Give the above awnser a shot. You need to reinstall a Gapps package. That isn't the pico or nano Step 1: Here is a link you might want Download gapps kitkat Step 2: Reboot your phone into the custom recovery (which should already be installed). Step 3: Press install from sdcard and locate the zip. Step 4: Wait for it ...


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Set a screen lock with pattern or pin or password Now smart lock will be enabled in Settings->Security below Owner Info In smart lock select trusted face. Lock your phone and you will see a smaller user icon at the bottom. If your face is recognized it will changed to unlock icon. Swipe and it will unlock


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I've experienced this when doing a dirty flash from one rom (or stock) to another. A factory reset should clear this problem up. Backup your apps and wipe then restore


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This helped for me (OnePlus One) Go to “Settings” Select “Apps” Swipe left until you in the ‘All’ column Click on the 3 dots in top right Select “Reset app preferences” Reboot phone Reselect preferred launcher via http://blog.forret.com/2015/06/getting-rid-of-google-play-services-has-stopped-on-oneplus/


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You can try this application that allows you to record phone calls for : i9300 (S3 mondiales) SCH-i535 (Verizon) SGH-T999 (T-Mobile Galaxy S3) SPH-L710 (Sprint Galaxy S3) SGH-I747 (AT & T Galaxy S3) i9100 (Samsung Galaxy S2 (SII) T989 (T-mobile tactile Sprint Epic 4G) SPH-D710 (Sprint Galaxy S2) Running 2.3 or more.


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Try this: Inside your phone, go to "Settings" Scroll all the way down to the very bottom Select "About Phone" Select "CyanogenMod updates" Look at the very top of the screen where it says "Updates" Select the circular arrow button to the right of "Updates" Cyanogenmod updates will be displayed below "Available updates" Select the downward-facing arrow to ...



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