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answer taken from the question: The Dropbox app actually lets you download stuff onto your phone. Once I did that, the phone's ringtone manager let me use it fine.


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Just wait. Watch the news. I have been now for a while, it appears to be getting released in some countries, but you will hear about it if you watch/listen.


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Best option (only option so far as i know) is Root + safestrap. Details: Samsung locked their bootloaders - Bootloader access is required to write new operating software (analogous to installing windows) Safestrap is a way of isolating different Operrating software; and running it without unlocking. So: If you want Lollipop You will have to Root your ...


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Settings > Language & Keyboard > Voice search > Offline Speech recognition > All. Cancel the download and restart the download if required.


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In your settings, under storage, there should be a option to change your default write disk. If you change that to SD card, it should save your media to the card.


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Check question #3134. It gives you a few ways of how to use your phone as an "access point" to the Internet. You can also use your phone as a proxy if you have a compatible ssh daemon (such as dropbear) installed. With this approach you can overcome tethering restrictions if present. Another way might be a combination of port forwarding on your Android box ...


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If your internet provider supports tethering, you can connect your phone over USB with your PC. Then enable tethering at Settings > More > Tethering. You are now using your phone's internet on your computer. If you download a file, it will be downloaded through your phone. If your carrier doesn't support tethering directly with your data plan, you can use ...



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