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I had exactly this problem "actually hearing myself and the car noises through the speakers, not the other person" - ie feedback. This is with "stable" Paranoid Android release 4.45 on Galaxy Note 2 N7100 I upgraded to beta 4.6 beta 5 - problem is gone now. Hurray! Thanks!


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It turns out you have to enable "Superuser" mode in CM's settings app if it's disabled. I was only able to get to this setting by searching for it - I couldn't find it anywhere in the menu tree. Android normally restricts apps to only access their own special sub-folders on an attached flash drive, so File Manager needs special permissions to access ...


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After some testing, this feature seems to hide future notifications when the same app shows a notification with exactly the same text again in the future. This means you can't filter messages like [filename] download completed from the download manager, [app name] installed from the app store, or Level up! You are now level [number] from Google Play Games, ...


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I believe this is simply the standard Android feature for turning off notifications. It's on a per-app basis, rather than analyzing what kind of notification it is or its contents (etc.). This answer provides the details of how to turn them off or back on: Under each application info screen there is now a checkbox for "show notifications" (assuming the ...


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Search 1Mobile Market and download it directly to your Android device or from your pc and install that. In the app look up and download Google Play Services. Note your device should be rooted.


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You could uninstall the app if it is crashing. However if it is a system app you can reflash CM12 from recovery mode and wipe cache without need to wipe your data.


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There is an answer to your question here. Posted as an answer because I can't comment yet. In short, you can't. The Samsung Apps need the Touchwiz framework to work. However, you can find alternatives to the apps here.


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It SHOULD work fine. Would grab the PA gapps if I were you. It could be that you haven't wiped your dalvik and cache properly. Try that and see what happens.


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I had the same problem on i9000 and CM9. So I run adb shell su df # /datadata was almost full cd /data ls -la # /data/data -> /datadata cp -rp /data/data/* /data/data2/ rm /data/data ln -s /data/data2 /data/data You may also want to have a look at "[CM7/9] /datadata/ low storage notification fix" or "CM9 datafix".


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It's possible that the flash purely failed, or that you dirty flashed (flashing without clearing the cache/data) the ROM. Seeing as you have access to recovery: I'd suggest that you download a new CM ROM (Lollipop-5.0.2) from the XDA Developer Forums Download the corresponding Google Apps package (i.e. for PA GApps for Android L) Place both of the .zip ...


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Note that /sdcard is just a link. You may need to make your changes in the actual location of the data at /data/media. An answer to a similar question was given here.


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This is normal1 behavior. The Android NFC stack is known to die when the communication with tags is interrupted during certain communication phases. So what you are experiencing is a poor transmission between the phone and the tag. In those cases where the communication between the phone and the tag drops in the "wrong" moment, the NFC service dies and you ...


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It Looks like there has never been an official supported stable build. That being said, you can try some of the nightly builds and hope they're stable. Alternatively, you could have a look at some other ROMs such as ColorosOS, ParanoidAndroid, SlimROM (Check the compatibility, i've never used these on a tablet).


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In Android 4.4 on Samsung Note 4, while you are using an app, phone calls will pop up as a small moveable window on top of that current running android app. You can maximise/minimize that moveable window. This might be a better solution to multitasking while having a phone call on the same device. I am not sure cyanogenmod have the similar features, though. ...


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After further digging, I found the answer. In the settings app under "wireless and networks," there is a setting: "Enable all apps to send SMS messages through Google voice." Disabling this fixed it.


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Even though you are using the default messaging app, open hangouts and go into the settings and check under Send SMS From. It should say send from Carrier, if it says Google Voice, the default app could use that number. Also, you may want to try to click on SMS Enabled and set it to disabled if it says enabled.


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I figured out the cause as I was writing the question - the "triple tap to zoom" accessibility feature was enabled. This means that the phone can't register any taps until waiting to make sure there isn't another tap. Disabling this feature removed the delay.


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DHCP is the method by which your phone is assigned an IP address whenever you connect to a wireless network, exactly as in the scenario you mention. Basically (and oversimplified) when you connect to the network, you announce to everyone "Everybody, I'm here on this network now! Hey router, I'm a phone with the MAC address of 00:01:02:03:04 (or whatever) ...


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In CyanogenMod 12, it's Settings->WiFi->Advanced WiFi (in the menu) and there you can find both IPv4 and IPv6 MACs. Or, to find it in the command line, say via adb, type adb shell netcfg. Also you can use adb shell ip addr show from the command line which also gives you this info. Both of these commands can also be entered via the Terminal app and neither ...


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Congrats on your success so far. Sounds like you have already unlocked your device, so the first thing you should do now is update your recovery image, perhaps to something like TWRP2. You download the latest .img file and then boot into fastboot mode (adb reboot bootloader from adb or hold down the up (?) volume key while booting). Then use fastboot on ...


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You didn't really say what you were trying to do exactly-- but if I understand right, and you're any good with soldering, it sounds like you might want to find the UART pins on your device, then tap that and use a serial connection to your computer to read the bootloader output (via minicom or some other terminal emulator) and access the live console that ...


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Finally found a solution: Warning: You will lost all saved Wifi passwords! Install Root Browser app. After turning off WiFi, Go to /data/misc/wifi/ and open wpa_supplicant.config with an editor and delete network section until end of file: // delete section: network={ ssid="some wifi ssid" ... } save and close file. Open ...


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The APK themselves can be installed without recovery. However if an application depends on another application which doesn't exists in the current system or if it depends on features that thee currently installed dependent doesn't provide or provide in incompatible way, then you might see instabilities that wouldn't have been there if you had installed the ...


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if doing so you have to remount the /system partition as it is mounted read only. via an adb shell mount -o remount,rw /system or from outside the device adb remount After this you can copy the content of this file onto the system partition. Keep in mind that these apk files will rely on some libraries, config files etc, which are also provided in ...


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Installing zip from custom recovery install these apks to /system directory which is read only file system and you cant uninstall these apks later. Yes you can install manually and most probably you wont get problems if you install all necessary apks but applications will be on /data directory and used your precious storage space. you can uninstall though ...


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When you start your phone up you probably see a Samsung logo and an android logo... Basically, The system that opens this up is called the boot loader and you need to unlock it to gain root access... This allows you to edit system files. See http://www.all-things-android.com/content/understanding-android-file-hierarchy It will help you understand what ...


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To answer the why, mobile operating systems are much more dependent on the hardware. They don't have drivers to work with a lot of different combinations of hardware, unlike desktop OS's. This is primarily done to make them more efficient (which is a more critical issue for mobile OS's). About your edit, you can't install drivers after installing ...


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Too many questions btw but the answers are follows : Ans 1 : Yes your /sdcard0 will be encrypted. Ans 2 : No, if the /sdcard0 is encrypted you will not be able to access your storage in anyway. Ans 3 : Yes, you will be able to update your cm but it will not be updated in seconds, it will take several minutes. Ans 4 : Yes, all your previous data will be ...


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Try making second partition using your clockworkmod recovery. If it does not help got to step 2. Ensure that the format of the second partition is not automatically changing itself. To do this you can follow the following steps: Insert your memory card into your pc with help of a memory card adapter. Download , install and run mini tool partition wizard. ...


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As it turns out the issue was in the non-original charger. I don't have original charger from Ace 2, but original charger from Galaxy S3 works perfectly fine, as well as charging from a PC via USB.


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In recent versions of CM, check the Settings->Developer options->Stay Awake (Screen will never sleep while charging) option.


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Download the CMInstaller.msi Extract the CMIntaller.msi with 7zip Rename the setup to setup.exe Right Click on the setup.exe -> Run as Administrator And it's running without a problem. I'm on Windows 8.1 x64


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It isn't airplane mode.... airplane mode only stops certain hardware from running, making it physically impossible for that to be the reason You probably have a bunch of other applications running when you go to sleep. but it will always say that Android OS used the most battery, because the operating system handles everything... try installing cleanmaster ...


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The Google Launcher is available at Google Play – so you can install it like you would install any other app.


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If appdrawer is missing then simply tap and hold your shortcut area i.e. your contacts, default messaging app arra, a pop up will appear, select default icon then select appdrawer, that's all you have your app opening button on your home screen. Thanks in advance


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As far as I can tell MIUI is a ROM developed by Xiaomi Inc and was designed to mimic iOS more than other android ROMs. It has been available to install on many devices for a while as well as for their own brand of high end Chinese Android devices (http://www.mi.com/en/). As far as I know, its only relation to CyanogenMod is that MIUI used the core backbone ...


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You can find it under: /storage/emulated/0/cmupdater


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No, there isn't. eldarerathis' answer on What's the risk of installing Cyanogen Mod on unsupported phone? explains the negative effects if you installed the incorrect CM ROM.


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In CM11 this happens when you tick the "maximize widgets" option in Lockscreen settings. Might be similar in CM12.


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In short - you don't. Not natively. You can, however, try to use Mounts2SD: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.spazedog.mounts2sd It can, however, be tricky since it uses some low-level magic. Be sure to backup. I would advise against Links2SD, it failed me a few times already.


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The "proper" answer would be exFAT. "Proper" because exFAT is crap but since it does "fix" some of FAT's problems, it is the only hassle-free option. Forget NTFS. Ext4 would be a much better option. Should it be properly managed in Android regarding rights management - from my quite recent understanding (latest CM11 as of Jan 2015), Android does not ...



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