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You may install Xposed framework and then some xposed module to customise status bar. The module Xblast tools may work. Check for the option to hide the WiFi icon. (If such exact option is not present, you may try to change its color to fully transparent.)


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that problem (link2sd unable to properly recognized partition) will and has happened to people who used modified link2sdPLUS. make sure you are using the actual free version or download the free version and pay for actual Link2SD_plus. that's what I've learnt :D


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It should've been installed by default. If it hasn't then there is something wrong, do you see the play store if so go to the play store and install the other Gapps. I think it's because you need to setup the space seperately. So you need to install it from there.


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You can install it, First of all try to update to a new TWRP version if possible like you installed it before. Or you might want to go to the bootloader/fastboot on Samsung devices you need to press Volume up + home + power On other devices you must press Volume up + power and connect your phone to your PC and install the drivers if not done before, ...


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The option to disable it only exists on some of the newer nightly builds. You won't see it on CyanogenOS 12.


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As CM 10.2 is a derivate of Android 4.2.2 (JellyBean) and CM 11 is a derivate of Android 4.4.4 (KitKat) the GApps will refuse to work. And making a huge firmware jump like that is always risky. Try the following: Take a Backup, if you still can Wipe your Phone completely (/systen, cache, dalvik) Make a clean CM11 install, restart and flash PA Gapps for ...


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Note: Partial answer to address Cyanogenmod unavailability. The reason why you couldn't find your device here is because Cyanogenmod(CM) didn't port it on your device model for some reason. To be precise, there is no official CM for your device. That said there are some unofficial custom ROMs (including CM) available for your device. (Click here to know ...


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move sdcard/Music to sdcard/Media/Music reboot opo. All files showed up on players.


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If you are currently using those themes, just switch to the default theme and try uninstalling them. That usually works.


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The workaround I did was exporting my contacts to a VCF file then importing them on my old phone which has a field for birthdays, then edited/added birthdays and saved/exported the updated contacts and imported it into my newer AOSP phone. Worked fine. The contacts app on my new phone doesn't display birthdays but they show up in Birthdroid


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I was getting tired of those messages too, worse of all, the text was always garbled. If you already have Titanium Backup Pro like I do, I simply "Froze" the SIM Tool Kit app. It disables the application and prevents the icon from appearing in your app drawer. If you were ever to need it you can unfreeze or "Thaw" the app. So far I've never seen the use ...


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Normally only a stock recovery would be attempting signature verification. I would suggest reinstalling ClockworkMod Recovery and attempting to flash the modem again.


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I had this problem and I found the solution, when you go to your phones "file manager", disable "show hidden files". Then the installed players will not recognize your mp3 files. So make sure the hidden files are hidden in the file manager.


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The good news is, it is not related to hardware (any devices that can run Lollipop should be okay). However, the bad (or also good?) news is, it depends on the Lollipop ROM (stock or custom); if the developers decided to implement this (optional) feature. Regarding CyanogenMod ROM, it seems that starting from CM11S 38R, it fulfills the condition to take RAW ...


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Settings > Lockscreen > Turn off "Display music visualizer"


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U can use your recovery to uninstall apps. Look here for info http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1610121 But I guess it's not the best solution to uninstall all Google apps. Try finding some other, suitable for your ROM, set of gapps. Try these https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=95916177934542272 for cm12 and these ...


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I'm using Cyanogen 12.1 nightlies on my Nexus 5 and while wireless charging works it does seem slower than with stock or cataclysm. I was using Franco and ElementalX on those ROMs but stock on CM12. Hope that helps!


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Will upgrading to CyanogenMod lock my Sim Again? Nope! CyanogenMod doesn't have anything to do with lock or unlock of sim cards. But by the way, isn't CyanogenMod 11 the same as KitKat?


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I believe the problem is you have enabled the dumpstate in your mobile, please enter the keystring *#9900# and press SEND. Will be open a new screen with some options, verify if SILENT LOG is OFF and DEBUG LEVEL is DISABLE/LOW. This capabilities are used by developers to verify fails and debug application running in the device, as user you will never use it. ...


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As by the very same answer @Firelord is referring to in his comment on your question, rather look under /system/media/audio/notifications :) Well, basically, for all those sounds (ringtones, notifications, alarms, …), simply look below /system/media/audio/*. As the path suggests, those should be in the system.img (name may slightly differ, but surely has ...


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Download drivers from the official support site and install on your computer. Go to phone settings and search for USB connection mode. Set to mass storage. Connect to your computer via USB. You could also smuse Yureka PC Suite to transfer data. Google for that, install. It will install drivers automatically and your device will show up. If it still doesn't ...


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Similar to ScoobyDo's answer Disconnect the USB cable from phone. Click 'Clear data' on the Media Storage application. Then 'Force stop'. Reconnect the USB cable to phone. The Media Storage application is restarted and rebuilds the media list. Missing files are now available. This avoids rebooting, which was important for me. Your mileage may vary


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Enable developer options and in developer options menu you will find an option enable root access If not download supersu zip file and flash it via recovery and you will get back root access.Flashing latest supersu willnot affect the data.So no need to worry about data loss at all.


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I just got a live CM12.1 update that (I thought) completely fixed this issue, but it's still happening. The root works when I first flash it but for some reason it stops after a while and, even with the root option enabled in the developer settings. I read on a different forum that the SuperUser app is no longer needed for the latest versions of their ROM, ...


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Titanium will restore the app data. If the app stores that data then yes it will, but that is something that is almost certainly stored server-side by WhatsApp.


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Get the latest play store apk from androidpolice and install it over the system apk. Check if it works. Alternatively, you can also try uninstalling updates of google play services and check.


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Try going to Settings > Apps > All > Chrome > Clear Data. Or try Firefox if it works, or try installing the Facebook app. Or uninstalling Chrome and test the factory version if it works, or updating it to the latest stable version. Oh! I see.. You are using Cyanogen? Try using other browsers, including Opera Mobile, Mozilla Firefox, and Dolphin Browser.


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Go to Setting -> Developer Options -> Show touches -> Off


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The SD Scanner worked for me on Android 5.0.2. It requires no Root permissions. May be limited to only "new and updated files" (but not deleted ones). I've found it in the accepted answer to the linked question and also in a question on rescanning SD memory on 4.4.


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Do you really need SuperSu for Android 5.0x? See this video to learn how to enable root Enable Root Access in CyanogenMod 12 The Root app tasks are now handled natively by the Privacy Guard in CyanogenMod 12+


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Which Chrome browser version you're using exactly? So I just went around reading about the issue (of which I also experienced too), and realized it appears to be fixed already, at least for me. To confirm again, I also quickly pulled my phone and tried viewing images on Facebook via Chrome, and they appeared nicely, not in small size. Assuming the issue ...


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So, I just went through this. I have the LG G3 D851. Not realizing that it went from CM12.0 to CM12.1. You WILL need to get the latest GAPPS. I did not, and ended up hosing my data causing me to have to wipe and start fresh. I am now running CM12.1 with GApps for 5.1 and starting the process of logging back in to everything and recover all of my 2-factor ...


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According to the Cyanogenmod site: CyanogenMod is an enhanced open source firmware distribution for smartphones and tablet computers based on the Android mobile operating system. It offers features and options not found in the official firmware distributed by vendors of these devices. CM is an alternative operating system intended to replace the one ...


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I have fixed the problem, I installed the newest version of CyanogenMod and fixed root.


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Steps: First, you need to install the SuperSu Zip file from recovery; then, Install the latest version of SuperSu app from Play Store. Also, based on my experiences on Cyanogenmod ROMs, these ROMs are rooted before installing. So, you don't need to install any SuperSu file from recovery.


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1) Download: First download the following files: oppown.apk TWRP 2) Installation: Install oppown.apk and download SuperSU Connect your N1 via USB to your computer and get access over ADB 3) Clean-up: adb uninstall uninstall com.qualcomm.privinit 4) TWRP install: fastboot flash recovery twrp-X.X.X.X-N1.img 5) Successfully rooted!


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Try clearing the data of the SystemUI application from the Settings->Apps-All Apps menu. If you cannot operate the phone because the crashes are too frequent, you can do it with a computer through ADB shell command.


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To make it abundantly clear, since I had this exact same problem, you must unzip and zip the package back up using the same method used to create the zip file, which uses no compression(!). In my case, I was on linux, and used ubuntu's Archive Manager application to view the contents of the archive. I then found the file causing the issue in ...


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its about kernel. There are stock based touchwiz kernels and other cwm based kernels. But for some phones like my old N7000 there are hybrid kernels too thanks to some XDA devs.


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Your phone is not official supported by CM12, but there is at least an inofficial build some enthusiasts created. Go to CM Unofficial Ports List. There are two inofficial builds created by different teams, so take time and read which one seems better. But in such inofficial builds not everything may work, also I think you should somehow know what you are ...


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it means, the device, haven't any PIN password. just do this : Goto Settings > LockScreen > Screen Lock and set the password for PIN and after this, try again for backup and it showing you for enter the PIN password and then, Backup process will be starting. Edit : after Set the PIN, use this Command : adb backup -all this command will ...


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Well I was forced to use adb sideload to reflash my phone. If this happens to anybody else, follow these steps to fix the issue: Install ADB on your computer, tutorials are easy to find, just Google. Boot to Recovery and navigate to adb sideload. Now set adb sideload on your phone and from you computer type adb sideloadrom_image.zip where rom_image.zip ...



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