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I managed to do this from my phone just now. create a temporary contract group, and add the contacts you wish to export to it. change the peoples app settings of "contacts to display" to only show this group when viewing the contacts, go to the menu "import/export" option select "share visible contacts" That's it. I hope it works for you.


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I had this same issue. To fix go to your number keypad enter "*#9900#" You would get some options. Select "Delete dumpstate/logcat" This frees up space occupied by uninstalled apps


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The workaround I use is one of the Labs features: Canned responses. On my Android device I then use an app called "Responses" that takes your canned responses from the associated Gmail account and copies it to your clipboard. You then just paste it into your email. You can even have images, etc., in the canned responses.


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It looks like you can type a few letters of domain name that you want after a space to get other addresses filtered out. In general, you can type several parts of a email address separating them by spaces to find only contacts that contain all specified parts. For example, if you have the following email addresses in your contacts: john.doe@home.com ...


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Great answers are posted already. If your device is rooted, you can look for a custom rom such as Cyanogenmod, AOSP rom etc. These roms do not have Google apps by default. You have to flash them separately. If available, you can install a custom rom compatible with your device, then install a micro gapps package (also known as minimal google apps). The micro ...


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At the top of your email you will have star, reply, forward and the 3 dots. Underneath that you will have from who, then the time, and to:. On the same line where is shows (to:) there is arrow pointing down, click on that and it will expand and show from and reply-to full address. Should have no problem seeing ending of addresses now. Good luck!


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As always do a backup of your device before removing anything If you don't understand something that is stated please ask, before continuing 1) go into settings and turn off all syncs. Goto settings/apps/ locate the Google apps you don't want running. Clear data and disable each, one at a time. [Leave PlayStore, Play Services, Services Framework, and ...


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I'm not 100% sure for all apps involved, but for most the "general rule of thumbs" applies: go to Settings→Apps select the "All" tab (to also show pre-installed apps) walk the apps one-by-one, open their entries, and select "Clear Cache" plus "Delete Data" Especially exclude things like "Google Play Services", but include the "Calendar Provider" and ...


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Go to Security in Settings and check Make passwords visible so that you can see what you are typing actually.


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It appears Google Play and Gmail wanted an Application-Specific Password. I can only say "appears" because I never got a message that remotely stated it, and when I created on the problem went away. Great job Google. I can't image how many hundreds or thousands of hours have been wasted because Google can't be bothered to get the error message correct.


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As a workaround for not seeing the password, you could type your login name and password into an app that uses plain text, like a notebook or even an email. Then copy each, one at a time, and paste them into the name and password field for the login. It seems like I've seen an option to show passwords somewhere, but I enabled that, and I still don't see ...


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I had a similar problem, until I found out that the touchscreen was messed up, and was typing a certain letter twice, so try typing your password in the username field and see if it's typing it right, just to make sure.


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Things like this sometimes happen when something gets stuck in cache. To solve that, the easiest approach is: boot into recovery select to "wipe cache" Which works for both, stock recovery (aka "3E") and custom recoveries. Of course, with a custom recovery you can also "wipe Dalvik" – doesn't hurt, just causes a longer first-boot after that. Side effect ...


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I managed to make the android sync by going to the contacts, exporting to internal memory and then importing back... then it started to push contacts to cloud... the iphone picked it up by itself...


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First of all, remember that sync works both ways - if you delete contacts on the phone, it will delete them on google. If this happens, don't despair, as gmail has a nice "way-back" type of restore; you can restore back to any time. I used this for my wife's iphone when I set it up. I mainly wanted to post this for the above CYA, as I think it's ...



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