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There're also apps like Internet Booster promising to "clear DNS cache" (amongst other things). I didn't try it out myself, and furthermore there seems no way to do only that (just one "optimize" button which "applies improvements"); also its effects might differ between devices (says the app's description) -- but it might be better than a reboot. Btw: while ...
Try way2sms.com. You have to subscribe or create an account with them, but then you can send unlimited messages through their gateway.
The only way to accomplish this is to use an online SMS gateway, which means you send the message to the service provider via the internet, and they forward it to the recipient over SMS. There are several service providers for this, but mostly they require a subscription, i.e. they're not free. Just google for "sms gateway" to find them. Some service ...
There is no such setting on Android phones, but you can use the Emulator for this. Install the Android SDK from developer.android.com and launch it. On the DDMS view undet the Emulator control tab, you'll find the following options: After you have created an emulator and ran it, you can set these values according to your preferences and test how different ...
With Android 4.x you can Disable carrier installed applications by going to the Settings -> Applications and select the app. You should then see "Disable" for the application. Now, Samsung has found a way to prevent some applications to not be disabled, like their Launcher, Email client, stock browser. You can also go to Settings -> Data usage and select ...
I was facing the similar issue with whatsapp, finally found out the simple solution Settings -> Accounts & sync -> ENABLE this
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