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http://source.android.com/compatibility/android-cdd.html#7_6_memory_and_storage now contains the following table: I could not find a per-Android API version requirement: the display size is the defining factor there. Web archive link.


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I have no Article to show, I have not cross checked on Internet. Below is my personal doing. Phone screen taps on its own. This usually happens to me when the phone is charging and I try to use it. There could be some possible causes which I suspect: Phone screen might not be clean. Sweat, dirt, food particles from hand can cause pseudo taps. When ...


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Possibly a flash animation file. Without access to my computer, I can't find out for certain. As for why it showed up in your downloads? Most likely an error in a program that caused a download notification when downloading cache data or a temporary file, judging by the filename. Probably an advert or small animation from a webpage or app. It's worth ...


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To fix the issue with the Stock recovery flashing over TWRP on the boot of the device I recommend trying the fastboot boot "pathtorecoveryimage" command. I have used this and haven't experienced any issues. So try the following: fastboot flash recovery "pathtorecoveryimage" fastboot boot "pathtorecoveryimage" 2.5 It may look like the device isn't doing ...


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We all know that the matter concerning bricking a device is complex and often confusing, so let's make some clearance. Meaning of bricking Bricking, if considered literally, means "to have a device so unusable it could be a brick". This, on mobile devices, is an umbrella term for two different things: soft brick: as a result of flashing or alternatively ...


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If you want to execute the automatic driver installation, just open the Windows Device Manager, select your phone (if it shows up) and click on 'Update Driver Software'.


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If you can prepare the phone before removing the screen with Tasker (or similar tool) and plugins like Autoinput and test it well, I think you can obtain the results you are looking for. Run and install android from USB it is going to be (if possible) a very tricky mess. Nonetheless, if you are able to put the phone in download mode you could be able to ...


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Yes, USB OTG is actually both - hardware and software(OS) dependent. For example the motorola moto defy came with froyo 2.2 and eclair 2.1. And hence no support for OTG. But after rooting and loading ported Kitkat 4.4 ROM it supports OTG without any hiccups.



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