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In case, you ever decide to go with a command-line way, you can try my approach. Dependencies Requires adb to be setup in PC. Requires busybox binary. If the device is rooted, install Busybox app. Else, download busybox binary from official source, rename the binary to busybox, set Linux compatible executable permission on that binary for everyone and ...


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I have a G4, and you're right. The Gallery app doesn't have a confirmation message, just a floating dialog that has an Undo button which disappears after a while. I'd recommend using another app instead. I use QuickPic. When you click the delete button, a popup with a delete icon appears. It serves as sort of a confirmation message. If you click the ...


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You can use this app, App Permission Watcher It shows exactly which app has permissions what feature.


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MacroDroid (free up to five macros) can do the job. The macro would be: Trigger: Day/Time Trigger → select all the days and choose the time for trigger activation Action: File Operation → Delete → select the folder that needs to be cleared → All Files Edit: { There is a catch here. Unless the device is rooted, only the files at the ...


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Boot into your custom Recovery, mount the data partition either using command-line or via GUI, and choose any of the following method: (Note that TWRP already has the option to clear /data without touching /data/media. It uses rm -rf commands1.) Go Immune Make /data/media immutable2 i.e. immune from any modification. You can do so by executing: adb ...


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1 tick = server received the message. After this you can't stop the message to be sent. You can stop messages to be sent if you delete them before the first tick appears. If you get lucky you have time for that...or you can try to quickly turn off WiFi/3g but most of the time messages get sent to server too quick for that


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To uninstall apps. Open Settings and find the Application Manager and select the app you want to uninstall. Then you will see the option to uninstall it. If you only see disable, that means it's a system app and will require root to remove. What does "to root a phone" mean? How do I root my Android device? I've rooted my phone. Now what? ...


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Share and delete your photos from Hangouts messages and Google Voice MMS: You can delete photos that you sent through a Hangouts message or through a Google Voice multimedia message in Hangouts. You'll need to delete the photos from Picasa Web Albums. Even if you delete a photo in your Picasa album, if you sent it through a multimedia message, ...


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Grab yourself a stock-firmware from sammobile.com or from the xda forum. Install Odin v3.XX on your PC, start Odin and boot your phone into the download Mode ( Volume Down + Power ) Use Odin to flash the stock firmware onto your phone, wait until it is completed Restart your device and set it up from the beginning Optional: Root it again and next time - ...


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Performing a factory reset doesn't make you lose root access, since the root handling app (SuperSU or KingUser or whatever) is installed as a system app and only the /data and /cache partitions are formatted by a factory reset. The /system partition remains unaffected.


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Wow, that looks crazy! /storage/emulated/0 isn't "real" and you shouldn't be deleting 0, if you are trying to clean out /data/media/0 pass a wildcard rm -fr /data/media/0/* that will flush out your internal "sdcard" 



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