New answers tagged google
Short answer I could not find a Tab key native within the Google Keyboard on Android Phone. I suggest two workarounds Your question relates to Google Keep, but these could be applied to other apps. 1] Open Google Keep on your PC. Pressing the Tab key is not helpful. However, the ASCII HT code can be entered using Alt+09. Resume work on your Android phone ...
Try Keyboard for Excel, by Microsoft, in the Google Play store. Has tab, and the proper orientation for data entry on the numeric keypad, among other things... Find it here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.microsoft.keyboardforexcel
It is definitely possible to do what you want, although it needs a couple of things done, which may or may not be viable to you. You will need to use Link2SD to link all data related to Google Maps onto your SD card (or just the data(ext) in your case should do the job). However, using Link2SD requires (1) your phone to be rooted, and (2) a second ...
TL;DR If you sign in to the device after the reset with the Google account which had been used for the backup (the primary Google account usually), the contacts which had been backed up will get restored. Longer version with source: I'll keep this short and to the point, as most of it has already been discussed here in @RyanConrad's answer, a relevant ...
I answer myself, just updated and everything has gone smooth! Nice!
It seems that this isn't possible at the moment. The support article for Gmail on Android states: [You can] set default action & swipe to archive or delete messages for Gmail accounts. For non-Gmail accounts, the default is always delete, so even if you change this setting to archive, your messages will still be deleted.
No. It won't delete any photos saved on your phone. It will delete photos backed up to your Google Photos account though. So make sure you move any photos on your Google account to your phone if you want to keep them.
No, it won't delete your pics. But, if there are some synced photos of some folder from your Google photos app, those will vanish only from your phone not from cloud storage.
This link about deleting google account gives you the required information. As far as I understand, it would not delete the apps and screenshots from your phone.
Just wipe dalvik cache and you're good to go. Fixed it for me though. To do that follow these steps: Turn off your device Press on/off button and volume button down on the same time (volume up/down varies for every device) You should come into the bootloader menu, go down to recovery Once you're in recovery, you'll go to the wipe tab and select "wipe ...
Top 50 recent answers are included