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Could work in theory. Every app installed on an android phone is given a user id starting from 10000 for the first app and a group with the same id is created. BusyBox (and root, maybe?) required! To get the uid of an app, execute the following in a terminal emulator. dumpsys package com.example.myapp Replace com.example.myapp with the package name of ...


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Izzy opined it correctly here that the only sensible place for having factory home screen layout is the launcher's APK itself. Since I don't own a Lenovo device let alone your specific model I used my MTK device running stock 4.2.1 as the testing ground. It has stock launcher (com.android.launcher). About that thing called factory home screen layout -- ...


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That's probably cause your phone automaticly mounts sdcards in MTP, when your phone is in MTP mode you apparently can't use your file manager.


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A .conf file is usually readable by any text file reader as long as permissions are correct. The said file contains SSID and password of your portable Wi-Fi hotspot. E.g.: Android.SE #$#$ANDROID where Android.SE is the SSID which other users would see when trying to locate Wi-Fi network and #$#$ANDROID is the password they need to enter to connect to ...


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There are already answers for all parts of your question, so let me sum up: Android Folder Hierarchy has some general information Confused by the many locations of the virtual /sdcard/ should answer the last part of your question The /sdcard direcory and other directory conventions: how is the Android filesystem structured? might also be helpful If you ...


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In my stock Android 4.2.1 the file responsible for holding Desktop backup password seems to be /data/backup/pwhash. I took a backup of it, renamed it, restarted the device, and the password was reset to empty. Now I could create a new password from the Settings easily. In CM12, I had to rename two files, namely pwhash and pwversion, and everything went ...


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You can use alternative application managers available from the Play store, or even Titanium Backup if you are rooted. secondly if you are rooted, Download any root explorer, Navigate to /system/app/ or sometimes /system/priv-app/ and manually uninstall by deleting the packages (you may need to delete files from android folder manually eg. obb files) ...



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