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I'd suggest checking the settings of your device. Just like the usb debugging in Developer settings in stock android. Scroll down to # Superuser on the settings panel and tap. At least on my Sorry Xpendaple Goo running Cyanogenmod 11 rc 1, on the upper right corner there's the icon for the log and three dashes or dots. Tap them dots and select settings. ...


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I would guess that the keymappings are only read at the first boot after flashing the ROM and will be stored in a database on the /data partition. This database won't be updated when the values in generic.kl are changed. You can test this thought by doing a data wipe. This will trigger reading your changed values from generic.kl (AFTER DELETING ALL YOUR ...


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I don't think it's a bug. I thinks it's a Google vanilla Android "feature" that's transferred over to Cyanogenmod. Google is very driven to have you on their cloud and have an account with them.


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Okay, with a little help i found an answer myself.this is for ppl struggling with the same problem: To prevent those random restarts, you only have to experiment with your energy profile and your minimum clockspeed. change your CPU.(at least this worked for me) By default, min. clock is set at 100MHz and energyprofile is balanced. you've got to change ...


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I got this issue with M10, disabling location completely solved the issue for me.


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When I needed to change my DNS the solution was always SETDNS. It's light, fast and user-friendly. Be aware that if your phone isn't rooted SetDNS will only modify WiFi' DNS settings... P.S.: if my answer helped you could you accept it? :)


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From Android Geeks: First of all, take your phone and press the power button; the select “power off”. Wait while your phone is shutting down; wait a few seconds and then proceed. Now, press the volume down and power button at the same time for 2 or 3 seconds until the LG logo appears on the display. Then release the buttons and then press and ...


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I have one of these phones as well, but I don't use it as my primary phone anymore. Honestly, the device has been over run by today's software. Apps keep evolving to make use of the more powerful hardware available and these older devices just can't keep up anymore. I still use my Nexus S as a play device for my kids. It has a very bare minimum installed and ...


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Once it starts, hold the power and volume down keys. It'll go black and once you see the LG logo, release them, and hold them again. It will take you to LG's factory reset screen, hit the power button twice and your phone will get into TWRP.


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My solution in Android 4.4 KitKat to fix this is running a system wide media scan. Normal apps can't do this anymore as of KitKat so you need root unfortunately. I used this app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.logika.rescan&hl=en


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If your phone won't mount your SD card, there are a couple of recourses. Take faith- as long as CWM is working, your phone is not really bricked- just soft-bricked. If you haven't installed ADB on your device, you'll need to for this method. I'd recommend Minimal ADB and Fastboot for this. So I have the answer to at least part of your problem. The ...


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There RAM usage seems a bit disturbing. I try to see to it that it has a min. of 15% - 30% free space. There is a bit of a lag on our crespos. But, that relates to how many Apps are executed from Internal Memory and / or USB Storage. Did you try moving Apps in and out of your Internal Storage. However, RAM is needed immaterial to your App's location. Did ...


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Yes, you can. I develop Android apps using CyanogenMod on my device. But, a better solution that I like to use is the GenyMotion emulator which is super fast and it can emulate many devices with many APIs. Features of GenyMotion: Wifi GPS Open GL acceleration Multiscreen Full screen display Battery Gyroscope Light Temperature and more... It also has ...


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I find solution for this problem.. steps: Download Google USB Driver. please find your device USB Driver from this link. Then open devices in windows. After that right-click on devices open property. select update device driver. Then select pickup from disk & select path of download Google USB driver. Then type into command prompt at ...


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This certainly sounds like a bug in the ROM. In the first instance you should report it to the system integrator (the person who ported the ROM for that device). Debugging and developing device drivers is not for the faint-hearted, and it's well beyond the scope of this site!


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I think if you set up an additional unencrypted partition, or add an unencrypted sdcard (if your device has a slot - not my Nexus 7) and mount it up and copy over the update file before flashing, it will work.


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Your assumptions seem to be incorrect: Android is free already and CM is based on AOSP (Android Open Source Project). CM does not remove bloatware from your ROM, it replaces your firmware completely hence doesn't contain certain manufacturer-specific apps. And by that might limit the support to certain functions i.e. One-Handed Operations. The Pros & ...


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I upgraded to CYM 11 M10, and now su works fine. No doubt it was a bug. So now I can mount/umount encrypted stuff as I was always able to do. It seems the problem is solved in the M10 build.


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Super late, I know, but this may help out anyone who comes across this later. What I did for my phone, the Alcatel one touch fierce, I got ES File Explorer and browsed until I found the LED controls. For my phone its in /sys/class/LEDs/LCD backlight/ then the file named brightness controls the actual brightness of the phone. I viewed it as text and saw On ...


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Note: I have tried to make below a bit more generic than your specific Mac OS option, but the Mac is covered in the below answer, but this may help other Nexus 5 users. Full credit to the OP on XDA. If you want to restore your Nexus 5 back to stock, you can flash a Factory Image. Note: This process will wipe your phone completely. Backup your storage ...


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I found the way to solve this. 1- Unlock the phone (as usual) 2- Go to settings 3- Go to Screen Security (Something like this, my android is not in english, it should be around the top) 4- Go to lock screen 5- Select none 6- Press back 7- Turn off your screen (wait a few seconds?) and turn ON again and you should have no lock at all. 8- Problem ...


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This was supposedly fixed several months ago, but people are still reporting problems. I can read items on the card, but do not have write permission. To fix it, I combined strategies from a few sources. Partition card with MS-DOS partition table and ext4 filesystem. I used GParted on my (Linux) desktop computer. Insert the card into your phone. (You will ...


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You can download a ROM from TechTuple, copy it to your HTC Desire A8181, and flash it via CWM recovery.


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On Cyanogenmod People, to see and edit the Events field (birthdays and anniversaries only available in this case), the People contact has to be in an Account, not on the phone only. I also do not use a cloud service for my own privacy reasons so I use MyPhoneExplorer app for PC synchronization and the associated but seperate MyLocalAccount app for Contacts ...


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You probably can't copy and paste the files, because the blank SD card doesn't have the same partition structure and filesystem flags. What you can do, though, is clone the original SD card onto the blank one. Note: the new SD card must be the same size (or larger) for this to work. These instructions will make an exact copy, including partition ...


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I can't say why you might have trouble duplicating an SD card, but there are a few things I can say, based on both reading and actual experience, that might be helpful: If you're talking about the original Nook Color, at least (I'm not sure whether or not there are later models still called "Nook Color" that work differently), rooting has nothing to do ...


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Make sure it is a file named .nomedia, and not a directory.


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Nexus 5 is pretty easy to correct that issue Just find a working CM Kernel... This ones kinda nice: http://forum.xda-developers.com/google-nexus-5/development/kernel-bum-5-t2774572 Boot to Recovery. "adb push [your new kernel file here.zip] /sdcard/ then wait... Flash the new kernel. Zap the dalvik cache. As they say "profit"...


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Go to Download mode. Open Odin. Under the PDA, this file. You might have to download philz_touch_6.15.6jflte.tar.md5. Wait until Odin recognizes it, and then press Start. You'll be currently working with a slim kat version of Samsung S4. Hope it helped.


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Your google research is correct. There is an order. root → unlock bootloader → install custom recovery (twrp or cwm) → backup current rom → install custom rom (cyanogenmod or aosp etc). Without being rooted and having bootloader unlocked, you won't be able to install recovery and custom room. That's why it needs to be done first. Cyanogenmod is pre-rooted. ...


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Dan is correct, but what also needs to be known is whether it is 3G/WiFi (tilapia 2012, deb 2013) or just WiFi(grouper 2012, flo 2013). The 2 models can't use the ROMs for the other, meaning you can't use the 2012 3G ROM on the 2012 WiFi model and etc. the above in parenthesis are the names for different models and years So there is actually 4 different ...


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Call Recorder by developer named skvalex is one such application. You may need to install Alsa Mixer as well, depending on your device or kernel.



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