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I've found that if I run into problems with the custom recovery, I can get rid of it altogether by re-flashing the stock firmware, and then I can install the custom recovery again. You have a different device, but that's what works on a Samsung Galaxy S4, so it might work for you. Of course, there's always the possibility that if you try installing CWM again ...


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Most likely SongBird just ignoring this settings. Default Android applications should handle it. But not third-party applications.


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Here is custom cwm touch recovery for your Samsung GT-I5510 phone and Here is list of custom firmware for your phone Please refer all the instruction/steps in provided link carefully before flashing anything


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Firstly, you can restore from backup, when you reinstall WhatsApp for your Android phone, it will ask you to resotre data from database. And if you have backed up your WhatsApp data, you can restore from backup files manually. Finally, if you don't have any backup, you can try to use professional Android data recovery such as Tenorshare Android Data ...


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Cyanogenmod 11 is extremely buggy on the Galaxy Note I (N7000), and this seems to be one more of its bugs. I solved it by reformatting the card to ext4 (reformatting to exfat didn't solve the problem).


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Looking at the repository for that device, I can see that the specified kernel is built from source using the source found here and the cyanogenmod_i9305_defconfig configuration file. You can tell that the kernel is not the stock one by going to the terminal app (or from adb shell) and typing uname -a, which will tell you the build date of the kernel. If ...


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I don't have a OnePlus One, so take this answer with a grain of salt. Make sure you are installing the .zip and NOT the .img factory image file from Color OS's recovery mode. If that doesn't work, you might want to try one of the nightly builds to see if it works instead. If you STILL do not have success, you may want to try installing with fastboot ...


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Same here on Xperia Z2.. If you uninstall updates to the Google search app functionality is restored so it is definitely a Google update


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The Contacts app doesn't require any specialized device features, so you should be able to test your modifications in an AVD created from the images you download via Studio's SDK Manager. These are just basic Android images, not Cyanogen, but if you're not tying into some special feature of Cyanogen or i9100 hardware, then it will be adequate. Once you get ...


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Do you have Samsung Kies installed? Samsung phones don't use the generic Google-provided driver for MTP in Windows, but if you install the correct Kies version it'll also load the relevant driver. This post on XDA-forums explains more about the cause, just don't forget to substitute the Samsung driver for the Google one when following the steps. If you ...


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Typical, I post the question and then immediately find a solution (of sorts). One way to resolve it is to go into Device Management, right click on "Google Galaxy Nexus ADB Interface", select "Uninstall" and make sure that the tickbox for removing the drivers is selected. Once that has completed, install Samsung Kies (ugh) and you'll find that it is now ...


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I would sideload the play services app. You can download it from here, no play store needed http://forum.xda-developers.com/android/apps-games/app-google-play-services-t2795911 Just download it to your PC then transfer to your device via USB.


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Google gaaps or goo.im you might have to reinstall them using your pc. If you don't have it yet you might need terminal emulator. Also I'd suggest ROM toolbox pro. Any modded android should have those two apps.


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If, as you say, you can get into download mode (Odin), then you can use the Odin desktop app to re-flash the stock firmware. I encountered the same symptoms multiple times for different reasons, and re-flashing the stock firmware fixed it. The process is a bit tedious but not too complicated: Download and install the Odin desktop app. Obtain the firmware ...


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Follow the instructions in the official CyanogenMod wiki for Sony Xperia Z1 Compact.


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You didn't specify which device you own, but by the tag I assume it is a Nexus 5. Flashing TWRP is pretty easy, especially on Nexus devices. Download the newest .img file here: http://techerrata.com/file/twrp2/hammerhead/openrecovery-twrp-2.8.0.1-hammerhead.img Turn off your device. Turn on the device and keep holding volume down until a menu shows up. ...


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There does not seem to be a way to do that in Trebuchet on CyanogenMod (when not on CyanogenMod you can do it in the Trebuchet Settings). As an alternative you could use nova launcher, it is free and the dock is removeable (even on CyanogenMod). There may be many more launcher providing this feature, but nova is tho only one I used on CyanogenMod.


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So the latest d2lte snapshot build installed successfully. It seemed to be satisfied with the bootloader and modem versions. I am now on CM11 and it looks great on the phone.


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try Boeffla sound control app.


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You can try these apps, https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.defianttech.diskdigger or https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=fahrbot.apps.undelete i had more succes with diskdigger tho.


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Here is a FIX I found for you. Read thoroughly. This will solve your problem. The first mistake that most people make is flashing incorrect/old/outdated version of recovery. The second mistake is not matching the correct/proper ROM/firmware to the device hardware. Incompatibilities when flashing account for the majority of failed installations. Always ...


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Auto updates are not available yet, but you can update your phone with this recipe: https://www.bfccomputing.com/updating-cyanogenmod-11-kitkat-milestones-on-encrypted-devices/ Worked smoothly for me between CM 11 versions on a Galaxy Note 2 (t0lte).


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Go to Settings > Accessibility > Answer calls with home button.


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Root wasn't needed,but I first tried to uninstall system apps to make the system faster, but there wasn't a really huge difference. I had to unlock the bootloader to flash recovery (TWRP), and now I have a custom ROM on (AOSPA 4.6).


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A ring vs. a notification is known to most, you may not have just thought about it. Notifications are shorter, dings, bells, tones, etc... where a ring is an actual ringtone, longer, usually a melody or song. With CM, you can of course choose your notification sound if you have a root browser, in /system/media/audio my ROM's bring up a list right in ...


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Calibration needs to be done after flashing a new ROM. I've solved this problem by using "Battery Calibration" app from the Play store. http://zoranpetrovic87.blogspot.com/2014/10/cyagenmod-battery-problem.html


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It is very easy just set limit that u want to use than you get than just by touching the screen filter enabler button to will get lower brightness than system minimum value of brightness.


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The unlocking the bootloader and installing a custom recovery is a one time procedure, for future updates you just need to flash the zip file and you are good to go. Having said that, since you feel it is a risky complicated procedure, in case you have a phone that is mentioned on this Page then the whole process becomes a lot more simpler and opaque to you! ...


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Nope unlock bootloader and installing CWM is one time (unless you want to update the Recovery) Update or install Zip file it via Custom Recovery


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I don't know exactly what was wrong, but it seems to me that whatever the problem was, it w had something to do with a permission in /data as when I wiped it, it worked as expected.


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You might wish to take a look at the NOGAPPS project, which is what I am using. Without having to install the GApps, it e.g. provides a MapsAPI in a way that other apps think it's GMaps. There's also a NetworkLocation provider able to use a locally stored CellID database – found my location on the spot. Third part is the BlankStore, allowing access to the ...


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There's a tool named GMaps Patcher that removes app dependancies from Google Maps. Just google "GMaps Patcher", download the apk and you're done ;) Tell me if this worked :)


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I had the same problem and found out it was due to the proximity sensor being blocked.


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Next time use Titanium Backup Pro or Rom Toolbox Pro (especially the last one It's the most powerful app!! and will help you a lot especially if you like changing and trying new Roms) To fully backup the whole whatsapp (with data) and contacts app (to restore data only of this app later) . You can restore all your messages. When installing new Rom restore ...


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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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