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This may be because you didn't sign in to google play yet? I had this problem, (after a fresh install) rebooted to recovery mode and reinstalled cyanogen and google apps again - this time signing in after reboot and it fixed it.
I figured it out - the solution is to perform a factory reset on a clean system right after installation. After this, encryption works normally.
Absolutely ! As long as you can unlock your device you can transfer files. Encryption works as usual but will encrypt the data but that doesn't mean you can't access it. Go for it ! Hope this helps !
Most android phones have encryption by default id recommend reading this first. http://www.howtogeek.com/141953/how-to-encrypt-your-android-phone-and-why-you-might-want-to/ id also recommend adding a password verbal or using numbers on the lock screen keep usb debugging off unless needed and look into a app that can locate your phone or remote wipe it if ...
Well, yes there's no remote functions for WhatsApp. But you can do this, Block the old sim and take a new sim with the same number and install and setup WhatsApp in another phone. This will prevent your old device from accessing your WhatsApp. Also you can use Android Device Manager to remotely wipe or lock the device. Hope you'll be safe from misusing of ...
Unfortunetly, WhatsApp does not have a remote delete function that I know of. If you really want to get rid of the history, you can wipe your device remotely if you have anti-theft installed. I recommend trying Android Device Manager. It is most likely already activated on your phone. You can wipe it from there (If Android Device Manager has permissions to), ...
It seems to be an issue with the rooting. The simple trick I used was to wipe /data, install an AOSP system non-rooted, then do the encryption all over again, then wipe again and reinstall a rooted system from within TWRP. The recent TWRPs come with encryption password support so as long as you can decrypt, you'll be able to reinstall within the mount points ...
I envision it works like this: Storage is encrypted using synchronous random key. When the user chooses or changes a password that is based on whatever input, be it a password comprised of letters and numbers and characters, or be it a pin code, or pattern swipe, or finger print, or any other input, an asynchronous encryption algorithm is used to encrypt ...
Yes just go to encrypt sdcard and select encrypt but dont apply it then you can select decrypt and use your password
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