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No it can't. In this case its safer to use a backup app like Titanium Backup which can backup folder structure or full system and downloaded apps data + apk. it'll also keeps your Settings, Home & Lock screen wallpapers, app widgets, bluetooth pairings, bookmarks, call logs, WiFi Access points and every other data which will be backed up with Google or ...
To log into GMail after attaching any sort of 2 Factor Auth, one has to create an Application specific password for use with your Google Account. For that, you have to to the Authorization Page in your Google Account, enter a custom name and google will create a secure password that one can use with any device. This password is only visible once after ...
Use a application token: If familiar with Two Factor Auth. /Multi. Factor Auth. on Github or Bitbucket and use a ssh token essentially the exact same thing. May I recommend using google authenticator ---which by default creates 10 OTPs (one time passwords) that can be used if the FIDO is not pre registered.
Pretty easy to answer – let me use an example: I add your Google account as my secondary. Now I log in with my primary. Would you be happy if I wouldn't have to authenticate for the secondary now? That would enable me to do all kind of stuff "on behalf of you". So, putting it in short terms: Security concerns. Whether you have logged in with the second ...
I am not sure with samsung account but I am sure it works with Google account, if you have backup and restore enabled from day 1 of the account setup. Then you will get everything back.
Use Firefox. this is how I solved the problem. Using firefox and another search provider (duckduckgogo or yahoo, etc... search is a commodity nowadays) i can be sure that incognito mode works as intended. Also, when i wrote this i favored the stock browser over chrome because the stock browser allowed you to view pages with black background (and not ...
When I randomly get server errors from Google Play, I usually resolve by removing /etc/hosts file (a rooted phone and an ap like Root Explorer is needed). Sometimes I have to reboot the phone, sometimes it works straight away. Tip: To be sure avoiding system breaks and soft bricks (for how unlikely it is doing this operation), instead of removing the file ...
On my S3 I went to menu; settings; application manager; then scrolled down to Google+ and tap to open; then uncheck send notifications.
I just made an account for that sole purpose of not wanting to give my information, if google wants to take it, I'll happily provide fake information. I knew I shouldnt have bought a smartphone, this was exactly what I wanted to avoid. "btw, in order to use your phone, and get access to a bunch of things youll never ever want to use, we'll demand all your ...
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