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Best solution I have at this point for recovering usability of your phone would be to boot into Download Mode and flash a full suite with ODIN.


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Well, I am not going to take credit of this answer, I just googled out the answer of this question. Head over to the /system/media/audio/ui it will have LowBattery.ogg file rename it to something different like LowBattery.ogg.bak or something else. It will not bother you. PS: You need to be a rooted user to do that and yes removing the LowBattery.ogg try ...


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I see Sparhawk wants to disable the warning sound alone and not the popup. I stumbled on an xposed module which will disable both. I just keep this posted just in case if Sparhawk wants to slightly compromise on the requirement and also probably will help others who read this post. Text from the post: Disable the Low Battery Alert with Xposed POSTED ...


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I think Itzik Samara's answer is all you need. But I thought I'd add some information for people without CWM or with a version that can't delete the Battery Stats for some reason (as you had this concern initially yourself). This can also be done less elegantly via adb Firstly ensure your device is FULLY CHARGED. Do not do the below without charging ...


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Try Those Steps How to wipe Battery Stats? 1. charging the battery FULLY (Since you dont know just charge it for a day and half to make sure its full) 2. boot device to CWM Recovery 3. advanced/Wipe Battery Stats 4. reboot device 5. don't charge the device until the battery still turns off your device because it empty (do not drain with heavy apps like ...


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if you know your samsung account, u can unlock your device without loosing any data or anything! I had the same problem. 1) Sing in with your samsung account : findmymobile.samsung.com/mindex.jsp 2) you will see 'unlock my screen' among the options . Then click it. It really works well Good lucks :)


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Just to let you know that my issue seems resolved installing the latest gapps package suggested by Cyanogenmod wiki: gapps-kk-20140606-signed.zip. I followed these steps: download zip copy to /sdcard/ reboot in recovery install zip reboot device During the first boot the device asked me for a backup account, but in the Settings I had still Backing up to ...


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You can find all official CyanogenMod downloads for Moto G (falcon) here. Although you must understand that Android custom ROMs virtually were never under 100MB in size; if they were, it was before Android 2.x. KitKat ROMs nowadays usually fall within 200MB.


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Seems like you CAN remove it without reinstall adb shell su mount -o rw,remount /system rm -R /system/addon.d` source here https://github.com/M66B/cm-xtended/wiki/How-to-fix-wrong-Google-apps


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According to this changelog the upcoming f-droid version 0.71 should support this. Another mention of this is in: https://github.com/WhisperSystems/TextSecure/issues/127#issuecomment-51065857


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Yes, software tweaks have a massive effect on image quality, and the htc sense version was optimised for you sensor, whereas the cm app wasn't, this is the difference between a well optimised app written to play to the strengths of a specific platform, and a general app written to give a moderately good experience on average. This same thing can be applied ...


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I tried the exact same procedure, with Odin 1.84 BUT on W7 x86 instead of W7 x64 and it went just fine. At the first attempt, I successfully flashed my device with a stock rom. Your answers are all right, and black magic or not, for my particular issue I think the answer is use Odin1.84 with a 32 bit system.


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I've had this issue too from time to time, at one stage I had to turn my phone off to get a decent charge, I found that using a USB cable can slow down the charging time but as you mentioned your using a AC Power Source. How I resolved mine was buying a new battery, my battery was dated for 2012 and simply needed to go. New battery resolved my problem, and ...


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If you have access to the Download mode, then nothing is lost. I suggest you not to repartition the device first, just try to get a standard ROM flashing done. Based on my experience Odin usually fails because of driver issues (I had plenty of problems using Win 8.1 x64, while just doing the exact same procedure on Win7 worked well) Also if you had USB ...


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I think this issue is ROM related, the .BackupTransportService should be there. I've checked the list on a similar setup (LG Optimus G, CM11 20140813 nightly) bmgr list transports * com.google.android.backup/.BackupTransportService android/com.android.internal.backup.LocalTransport Have you tried newer CM versions? (Also see this thread at XDA from ...


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I had the same problem, and the solution was to re-flash the stock ROM.


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download Stock Rom from Samsung Firmwares Link for Drivers and Odin Drivers and Odin if needed enter download mode. when getting to Odin choose the firmware file (not zip) and insert it to PDA. dont do repartition. start the flashing this should return your phone to normal stock.. however if you repartition you need to find the reparition file for the ...


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CyanogenMod has its own OTA Updater. You will not get the official Android updates, but the CM updates.


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The second partition should be fat32/fat16 only because gingerbread does not support linking to ext partitions.


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There are two kind of solutions. One is to repartition, as you don't mentioned what kind of Android powered Smartphone you have I will try to get deep and the other to move apps to microSD (please read below). If your device has a MediaTek cpu you can try Meteos Tool for repartitioning, you can find some details here ...


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There are basically two options: help to get it supported, or look for an unofficial build. I wrote some notes about helping to get Cyanogenmod supported on your device in my answer to Why isn't there a Cyanogenmod stable ROM for my device?. If you already have the specialist skills needed for ROM porting, you can do this yourself, but even if you don't, ...


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Ok guys.... Last night out of the blue my stock android media apps album and music player could not find any of the photos or songs that were actually in my sd card. After escaping a stroke by a little....and four hours letter after readind a lot of forums I found a solution: For the music player I used an app called "Next music" which could actually see ...


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The solution to my problem was simply revoking all authorisations granted to computers already. After rebooting both my Galaxy S3 and my laptop, the pop-up appeared again and I could continue the installation of CyanogenMod, which has now succesfully completed.


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The new Theme Engine, introduced with CyanogenMod 11 and later adopted by other KitKat custom ROMs, uses a different but simpler structure from past engines. The theme files are all under the assets folder of CM11 theme APKs, while it was solely up to the developer as to where to put the theme files in the old Theme Engine themes. While I have seen that ...


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Cyanogenmod 11 has a built-in mechanism for checking for updates. Go to Settings -> About Phone -> CyanogenMod updates There you can toggle when your device will query for an update and on what release channel (Release and Development being Stable and Nightly respectively). When an update will appear click on it's icon to download and Install, from ...


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There are custom recoveries for your device but they are only available for the Wi-Fi only Galaxy Tab 4 10.1- TWRP (SM-T530), odin/heimdall flash CWM (SM-T530), odin/heimdall flash **


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On CyanogenMod 11 snapshot M8 I have the notification LED setting in /data/data/com.androdid.providers.settings/databases/settings.db This is the main settings database and contains most (if not all) of them. You probably don't want to transfer the whole bunch, so you have to extract it. At first, there were 2 files in my backup: settings.db (the ...


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How old is your SD card? Does it work under stock? If it doesn't work under either, I wonder if the SD card is going bad? How long have you had it and do you do a lot of writing to it? If so, then the card might be going bad as SD cards have a limited lifespan. The more you write to it, the shorted the lifespan. Do you have another SD card you could try? I ...


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There isn't an Asus one and a Google one: both the Nexus 7 models are Asus-Google collaborations. All Nexus devices are design collaborations between Google and another device manufacturer (Asus, Samsung, or LG). That said, the two models are completely different, with different SoCs, screens, and cameras. The original Nexus 7 (aka nakasi) has a ...


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I fond a "patch" solution. Basically, you must "downgrade" the video quality. To do the "downgrade" on Google's official app, follow these instructions: Open a video with the YouTube app. Tap any place of screen to show the menu (in landscape). Hit the 3 dots on the top right corner. Hit the settings icon to show the available resolutions of current video. ...


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As @sameer has mentioned you will lose the wifi password and bluetooth name etc when you do clear data for settings.But using titanium backup pro you can restore them as it is.


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What do you mean 'should I install it?' What are you going to flash on your phone? BTW since your tablet lacks official support, try looking on xda-dev if there's any unofficial support for your device. There's little to no hope so I wouldn't count on it much. Even if you can find an unofficial support, its likely to be very buggy and unstable. Better stick ...


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"Notification mode" refers not to the notification bar, but the notification sounds. If you turn it off, then notification sounds will be off. Notifications in the notification bar will still show. Some notifications still vibrating: sounds like the app developer implemented manual vibration instead of using notification settings.



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