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You cannot recover codes from this app as it produces new ones every minute and doesn't provide Backup codes functionality. Perhaps, file recovery software might help you in recovering them from laptop but that's more like an opportunity lost here. I always have my backup codes saved in a cloud in case any tragedy occurs. Are you able to Login? If you're ...
Because you don't have Google play it is safe to assume that you are rooted. In this case you can just flash a "gapps" package from the internet. Or, you could also install Google Play from the internet (via downloading the .apk) It should auto update if its not the latest version. You can find an .apk here: ...
Go on google play music and find a small icon that looks like a pin which is grey, click on it and google will download music on your phone and you will be able to listen to your music whenever you want. Hope it will help. edit : I have just checked on my phone the icon could be an arrow also.
Google has linked YouTube to Google+, so now, if you have a YouTube channel, you have a Google+ profile. To delete the profile picture: 1.) Go to your Google+ profile. press the picture that you have as your profile picture, and then press on the blue button that says "View Profile." 2.) Once you are there, you will see a profile picture and a cover ...
Try to use root browser,enable root browsing, find the hosts file and add a # and a space after it. Save it and reboot your device. In some cases you need to clear data and cache.
Your location was probably pulled from wifi only, as opposed to GPS (this saves battery; you can check this setting in settings > Location > mode). The wifi setting pulls its location information from the ISP, rather than your actual physical location. Mine frequently tags me a dozens of miles away.
To expand on Matthew's comments, from wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/USB): As with previous USB versions, USB 3.0 ports come in low-power and high-power variants, providing 150 mA and 900 mA respectively, while simultaneously transmitting data at SuperSpeed rates. Additionally, there is a Battery Charging Specification (Version 1.2 – ...
I will expand on the answer above for those unfamiliar with android. For android 5.0 Lollipop, go to phone system settings, then choose language and input. Press on Google keyboard under the subheading "keyboard and input methods", then choose text correction. Click on add on dictionaries. The "emoji for English words" listing will be shown as installed. ...
No, you shouldn't have to buy the app again. If you bought the app, you should have a receipt in your e-mail inbox or a folder you put them in. E-mail the support team of the app in question by going to the app page on the Play Store, scrolling down, and click on "Send email", attach your receipt so they know you paid and they should either refund your ...
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