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Just don't granr super user permission when prompted. If you get no SU prompt, then the app is doing nothing requiring root permissions


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You can temporarily disable root access (and then enable it anytime later you want). To do this, there are two most common and simple methods-> 1) Turn off root access using the permission manager: Since you are rooted, you must also be using some permission manager like supersu or superuser etc. You can go into its respective settings and disable root ...


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Solved in Android 5.0 (built-in feature).


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I hope this can help someone. I had this problem with my Samsumg S3 Mini. The power button is not working and I looked for ways to turn it on all over the internet and nothing worked (didnt try the JIG thing). Trying different ways, I found one that may work for you too. It works every time, 100%. First of all I put my phone to charge until it shows the ...


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I recommend connecting the phone to a different wifi network. The easiest way is to take it to the home of someone you know who has a well-functioning wifi, and log in. If a connection's successful, stay with it for a while. Use your phone in the same way as you have been, and if everything works as it should, your wifi is likely the source of the problem. ...


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If you are talking about hardware Floating Point Unit - it is the IEEE 754 spec, see: http://www.arm.com/products/processors/technologies/vector-floating-point.php If you are talking about the Java language which is used to write apps on Android: its still the IEEE 754 spec, see http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5076710/what-is-float-in-java Because ...


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While it's not clearly identified what this specific sticker is and covers, based on this teardown, it does look as though the chip is on the direct other side of the board from the connector that touches the component on that sticker, suggesting the connector is directly attached through the board to that chip. So my instinct is that you're correct that ...


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Instructions: Requires root! a) Under Cyanogenmod Root activation itself requires the developer menu: Settings > About > Tap "Build number" multiple times until a toast message tells you that the developer menu got activated. b) Settings > Developer > Root access > Set to: Apps & ADB. Remark: Apps alone should suffice too, but maybe you want to edit ...


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If you need speed solution without installation just visit this site http://www.seedevice.com/ It will give you all specifications about your mobile , sure application mentioned in @Martin answer will give you in depth information. Disclaimer : I own this site .


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No you wont be removed from the group unless you din't change to a new phone number. Your groups will remain the same with same Phone number earlier. If the group admin deletes the group or he removed you it depends. Incase you want to restore the message from the old phone to new phone backup all data from Whatsapp backups directory which contains all ...



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