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Try new cyanogenmod custom rom for desire 816 it is working now.Am not sure if you hav eupdated it or not.


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I experienced the same problem with Cyanogenmod 11 and was quite disappointed that this was Cyanogemod 11's official app launcher. Icons of apps installed on SD kept disappearing after each reboot. The only solution that worked for me was to install Google Now which installs it's own app launcher that has all the modern features and works flawlessly.


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Applies to: Samsung Galaxy S III (i9300), original Samsung firmware, no root, no other modifications, first time CM installation, Symptoms: CyanogenMod installer failed to succeed "We couldn' talk to your device" prompt CyanogenMod Blue robot on the screen volume up + home + power not working Solution to go back to state before installation: Unplug ...


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If your device is rooted, and have a firewall installed, you need to grant network access to Setup Wizard app (ID # 1000), so it can resolve the Google look up. I verified this in my situation by turning off and on my firewall, and checking the firewall logs. I did not mess up with any editing of the captive portal settings. If you have the same problem, ...


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How to Enter Recovery Mode on LG G2 (quick easy steps) Press the Volume Down and the Power Button at the same time, about 2-3 seconds until the LG Logo shows. When the LG Logo shows, release the buttons and then press and hold them again. Keep pressing the buttons until the Recovery Mode Menu displays.


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Yes As far as I know, a NANDroid backup makes an Image of the entire device. So, this can work because the entire file system is copied along with the file system. The device will still be encrypted after restoring. I might be wrong because I've never done this. But if you encrypt a flash drive with bitlocker, copy the contents of it including the ...


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Summing up from the comments what proved to solve the issue: Some background From the system point of view, everything that's not "internal" storage is counted as "external" storage. Especially this includes the external-sd and also the internal-sd card: Note: don't be confused by the word "external" here. This directory can better be thought as ...


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Ok so this isn't a bug but in the updater script of the xposed framework, a function called install_overwrite is called upon several occasion and, hence the name overwrite, will replace pre-existing file in the /system folder. So in order to install the xposed framework, it's necessary to reinstall it with each update.


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Since you have last charged your device, its displaying the ratio [usage time/time since charged] * 100 of that service It might be that you didnt use any service and the screen was off most of the time If you use many apps simultaneously (consider using 4 apps at a time) using these all the time till your phone gets discharged will show the time for these ...


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Well in the end, I managed to fix the problem by removing my google account from the android device. Then I opened up Business Calendar and it was still showing the dead task list on the device although the calendar and other task lists were not present. I removed the traces of the tasks and list which was dead and then I think I reinstalled Business ...


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I got this to work under CM 11 by opening the Phone app, hitting the dotted line for settings, then un-checking the "Dial pad touch tones" option. I can't hear the touch tones anymore, but at least I can access my voicemail. I have an international i9300.


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I have my icons get stuck or not show up a lot on the notification bar. Most of the time when I reboot to recovery and wipe the system cache it fixes it. Try that.


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I found the solution. The directory /data/gps/log/ contained 16GB of log files and I could delete all of this files by using root explorer. I didn't delete the folder but empty the folder.


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That type of issue is mostly often caused by an app going over something called a "Dex limit", which has to do with the external libraries an app uses. If you're interested, there's an explanation over on Stack Overflow. This type of problem has been solved for some people by wiping the device and reflashing.


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You can solve that as follows: Completely delete the old F-Droid app (e.g. uninstall using Titanium Backup) Get the latest .apk from F-Droid and put it on your device (either download directly with your Android web browser, or use adb push) Login to your device either via a terminal app or using adb shell Obtain root privileges by executing the command su ...


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First wipe the Dalvik cache, then reboot. If that doesn't work, wipe the cache too. If clearing cache is not working: Backup your device's system partition with adb pull /system Backup the data partition with adb pull /data Or use adb backup -apk -shared -all -f something.ab After that do a factory reset and restore the backup afterwards.


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In order to solve this, I had to install the APK file myself for Google Calendar after downloading it and allowing my device to accept 3rd party apps. Since then I've had no issues!


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If the problem is only with embedded videos, just click on the link to the actual video on Youtube. Or try long pressing on it to get the link to the video URL.


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On comparing the models, there is difference between the two (especially when it comes to network). I suggest that you do have a look at this before proceeding and try that first. But if you are sure that your model is N5100 and still want to try and proceed, there is a workaround you can do so it doesn't check/compare the models. Open the ROM zip file ...


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Make sure that the GApps flashed onto the phone after flashing the ROM is indeed supported on that ROM. If you are using the package provided by Cyanogen then please download Delta GApps below. The package provided by Cyanogen has some bugs. GApps for all KitKat+ CMs 1) Download the base package for KitKat 2) Download standard Addons for KitKat 3) ...


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Note: OP already knows the answer but the following info is for those souls who might be troubled with the same issue. Disappointment! CM11 in OnePlus One (be it 44S or 05Q update) doesn't have any provision to get the Contacts and Call logs get backed up and restored using ADB. So unfortunately, the answer is simple: your contacts and call logs were ...


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Note: Keep in mind, Samsung Galaxy S2 has infamous Superbrick bug. Every flash can result in permanent brick (only board changing or maybe JTAG unit can recover device). You can learn more about it here. Note2 : Last resort to enter Download mode is to get USB JIG. There is plenty of this on Internet and it's very cheap. Also there is tutorials on Internet ...


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If you are running CM11 or CM12 you can simply go to Settings> About Phone> and tap Build Number 7-10 times to unlock Dev Options. Once unlocked you can go to Setting > Developer Options and select Advanced Reboot, this will add a "Reboot to Recovery" option to your reboot menu. Easiest method I have found to get unto recovery without installing a 3rd party ...


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You can use S-View Lite app, but keep in mind that it only uses the proximity sensor. There are not any s-view third party apps I'm aware of which uses the hall sensor built into the cover.


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Since CyanogenMod is close to Stock Android. The answer will have to be no. However though, there are many apps that bring this function.


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To answer your question: Installing the zip will delete (or change some apps) but not all. When you flash the zip it overwrites the "system" partition on your phone and so it changes which system apps are on your phone. Since google apps are system apps, but are not included in the CM zip, this is why you have to reflash gapps after because they get ...


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to solve your problem you need to flash the Gapps again follow this steps Download the minimal Gapps from here this zip is for 5.0.x roms and contain the needed apps (including google play services) and libraries every thing else you can get it from the play store. reboot to recovery and flash it like you flash any other mod or rom (no wipe needed) after ...


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I never flashed a ROM using a .zip in fastboot. The proper way I've ever seen is to flash individual files, and some of the important commands are: fastboot flash boot boot.img fastboot flash cache cache.img fastboot flash recovery recovery.img fastboot flash system system.img fastboot flash userdata userdata.img // 64GB users need userdata_64G.img ...


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You need to flash custom ROMs from within recovery, not within the bootloader. Detailed instrunctions on how to install CyanogenMod can be found here. NOTE: those instructions are not for the Cyanogen, Inc. factory images. Offical factory images can be found on the Cyanogen, Inc. website


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CM is a very interesting mod. I have had the same issues. One of the options you can try is when it gets laggy is to change the theme from the Hex to the Holo (android default) and it can help with the lag and lack of response. That is what I did and I have not had issues. Source: My OnePlus One and my past


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You should never try and flash software from a different device, or a different model of the same device. You could end up bricking your phone. Regardless, d2mo has official CyanogenMod support. You can use the CyanogenMod installer or download a flashable zip from here.


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If its only happening for your router then I think it's because of your SSID name or password. Maybe they contain some uncommon characters. And maybe during boot CM is unable to resolve them correctly (characters not available in the encoding used for saving and reading the file), causing the loss. Once I used the ¥(Yen) symbol in my password and my friends ...


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I have changed permissions to 644 (from 660) on /data/misc/wifi/wpa_supplicant.conf. That helped (so it seems so far).



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