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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 ...


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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 ...


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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.


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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 ...


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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.


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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 ...


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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 ...


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On my S3 I went to menu; settings; application manager; then scrolled down to Google+ and tap to open; then uncheck send notifications.


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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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