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No. You can only do what you describe on Samsung devices with their "KNOX" feature. This uses special security hardware to provide separate, isolated environments on your phone, so there's no way that information can leak from the "business" environment to the "personal" environment. It's present on their high-end phones since the Galaxy S3, and you can ...


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This is likely a bug introduced in one of the latest updates to Galaxy S5. The functionality was working before for my phone: emails downloaded and you could set the size, but it stopped working during the summer (and I remember there was a system update downloaded). I'm also using Exchange email on my Galaxy S5 and see the same symptoms (headers only ...


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You need to root your phone to permanently uninstall it. After you have rooted your device, you can use a application "Titanium Backup" to uninstall those useless application that come along with the phone. Advice: make a copy of backup first. In case you find that you need the application after you uninstall it. Click image for larger version


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According to the version numbers you've posted, they are the Android version numbers with zero padding. Therefore these can be directly mapped to "friendly" names, which can be found for example on Wikipedia under Android version history. 100.202 => 2.2 => Froyo 100.20303 => 2.3.3 => Gingerbread 100.20304 => 2.3.4 => Gingerbread ...


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First try clearing the app data of the stock email app in settings->apps, if that doesn't work: If you go to settings->apps again and click on the stock email app (not gmail) then click disable, that should do the trick. However: If you still have a non-gmail email you could try lowering the sync frequency from push to every 30 mins.


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The Knox container will be wiped. Knox is a sandboxed instance of Android with its own separate security policy. Exchange's device administrator has no access to the contents of your phone outside of Knox and cannot wipe your personal data.


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This is how I would fix the problem on a Galaxy S4. Open up the following menus in your phone (with the S5, they may be slightly different): Settings Accounts Email Settings Primary Account Sync Settings Size to retrieve emails Within this menu, you should be able to adjust the settings (on your phone) for "Size to retrieve emails" and "While Roaming". ...



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