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Download the zip to your computer, boot up the phone in normal mode (just press the Power on button when turned off - no bootloader, fastboot or anything like that) and connect it to the computer via USB. The phone memory that opens up on your computer is where you should put it. It really doesn't matter the exact location, as long you can access it later in ...


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I think that a mixture of XPrivacy and PlayPermissionsExposed will do the trick. They are part of the popular Xposed framework. For GB devices, you can use liudongmiao's Xposed Installer GB at the XDA developers forum. Make SURE to read the instructions. I'm not responsible if you do not. If you run into any problems, please feel free to comment. PS: The ...


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While this isn't used for viewing permissions (better off following the advice given by the other answers), I feel that I am obligated to endorse XPrivacy , an Xposed module for restricting permissions. If you are ever worried about extensive permissions, use this. Its completely open source too!


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In his answer, Dan already pointed to my list of apps by real-life topics, which offers some extras as well. Currently, it only covers a small subset of what's available on Google Play, though (for some numbers: ~10,000 apps = ~1% of Google Play, including roughly 5% of the apps available in Aptoides (curated) main repository, and a third of the apps ...


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You don't need an external tool for this. On the versions of the Play Store with the new "simplified" permissions dialog, you can still find a full list of permissions from the app's store page (the screen with the icon at the top, description, screenshots, &c.). Scroll down to the bottom of the page. Under "Additional Information" you'll see ...


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No. There is no way to do this. This is a "dumb phone" with 20mb of internal memory (nowhere near enough to run Android) and the hardware is completely incompatible. As for sites similar to Google Play, this isn't possible either. This device does not support downloadable apps. You may wish to look into something like the Moto E. It is a very good ...


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I have no idea how to know the last Android OS installation date. But if you logged in to your Google account at that day, you can search the log in date. Browse there, verify your phone model and check authorization date. Hope it works!


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There might be mainly these two possibilities 1) either the device didn't have the sufficient memory 2) ADB Connection Time out error To solve 1) clear you temporary memory, un install application or clear un wanted cache 2) go to preferences->Android->DDMS and increase you ADB connection time out according to your need mine is 11000


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When there is any app installed through the Play Store(through your Gmail Account) the app gets listed under My Apps>Installed apps. So instead of downloading it again from your mail separately (the apk file) you can directly download the apps through the installed my apps in your device(under options from the play store on your device). For this you just ...


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With an installation of the official Android SDK, virtual devices are available to you (so you don't have to use Bluestacks). You can simply install them via adb to your virtual Android device and test them there. You can customize every aspect of the device, ranging from resolution, hardware buttons, modems, and software. If you are developing using ...


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A search for "mysql" on the stores can answer this: there are several packages available, usually together with a web server and PHP. Best candidates are probably AndroPHP and Palapa. My list of web servers with scripting support also have some of them (e.g. the two I mentioned), together with links to reviews, video demos, etc – which might make your ...


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Find the firmware for your specific model of tablet via this search, then download the firmware image and the tools listed, and follow the instructions to flash the firmware onto the device.



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