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You can't use any image that you don't have permission to use. Each logo or picture comes with its own usage rights. The short answer is no, but with exceptions.
You just have to add the su binary and superuser app to manage root so how to do this ? This can be achieved by exploiting some vulnerability in the system so you can execute the script that adds su binary to /system and the superuser app to the desired place.that's how all the rooting tools and app work
/data/system/users/0/photo.png is the picture you're looking for. But, you cannot get that pic or even visit its parent directory without elevated privileges. adb shell isn't enough to get it. There is a catch here. In my Paranoid ROM (AOSP) I found that the owner is supposed to create a contact (about me) for himself. Any image used in that contact is ...
I had this issue and couldnt find a quick fix in google. Played around and found that Andriod compresses images when sending MMS, so it breaks the GIF. But, if your GIF is under about 1MB, it will send. Iphone will auto play, andriod you have to click. the biggest one i tested was 666KB. Your welcome internet
A rooted system is a system that has a working su binary, that is, one that allows the user and/or processes to attain full root rights. So, in order to root a device, you "just" need to get that binary in place, and you're done. (In practice, it's not as simple; most superuser applications ship with a daemon that is actually responsible for giving apps root ...
Sorry to give you an un-understandable answer, my bad, and though I completely messed it and gave wrong guidelines. Sorry but it is as most of the users here How does rooting work? it is indeed installing su bianaries and then supersu.apk and giving them each certain privileges. Also that su binaries does all the work itself. You would just need a windows ...
Ok first, if the photos already have a wrong timestamp, there's nothing your phone is doing wrong. You just need to readjust the time stamps. Do this easily by using any photo editor on your phone or pc and open them and save them with a different name or as is. It will change the time to your specific machine, phone or pc time, do it with every photo and ...
The SD card was dying. It stopped writing completely shortly afterwards a new card was the only solution.
You may want to look into some EXIF editors to edit the metadata of those images (specifically the time). I can't name any great editors in particular, but there are plenty of apps and programs available as I looked through. If I find any good ones, I'll be sure to tell you the names of them. Best of luck!
You will need to appropriate/draft resources (people, machines) from other areas of your company and reassign them to this project. Everything non-essential needs to be put on hold. Provided that you are working with devices that have external storage, and you have your prototype(s) established and a functioning custom recovery in place. Set a team of ...
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