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There are certainly ways to send a text without revealing your actual phone number, as spamming telemarketers have proven (we won't stoop to their level, however). One way is simply using an app like Private Text Messaging & Calls. A Google search found this interesting article. Another way is to use Google Voice. Here is an excerpt from the support ...
You cannot fake a number at all.
Yes and no. You cannot fake a number from an actual phone using a a network provider. The most you can do is hide your number from being sent, as it is handled by the network, not your phone. But, since you asked about texting, then the following applies: You can, however fake a number from a text. Ever phone number has its own email address. Usually ...
If the battery is already removed the device is (hopefully) off and removing the sim card would be a safe option, I'd recommend it. However, washing your phone in distilled water may not be the best idea. Just let it dry out in a bowl of dry rice if its unresponsive.
Try these : Sensor Kinetics The Sensor Kinetics app is an advanced monitor for the standard sensors that are available on Android devices. It offers a comprehensive look at the dynamics of the combined functionality of the sensors. The app demonstrates the use of each of the sensors and provides a look at the charts associated with each of them to know how ...
Nexus 9 with LTE cannot make GSM phone calls.
Battery Check Visual Inspection If the battery of your phone is removable, simply take it out with caution (after turning the phone off, of course) and look for symptoms like bulging, corrosion near the metal terminals, and green or white-ish stains Spin test Your battery shouldn't spin like this Battery diagnostics Try entering the code *#*#4636#*#* ...
I had a similar problem a few years ago with my old HTC EVO 3D which was also running cyanogenmod at this time. I tried flashing different roms and kernels but the problem was persistent. Because my battery was empty as yours is at the moment, I charged it by cutting a USB Cable and applying "+" and "-" to the battery directly. It looked really bad to be ...
Not possible as for an unrooted device. I had to open the phone to identify the port.
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