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You should be able to use ADB as far as it is just a tunnel to the Android device's shell. MTP (Media Transfer Protocol) is not connected to ADB apart from the fact that they share the USB connection. Just try it out, it shouldn't harm your device.


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I had to remove the battery from my O4X several times already, as it didn't respond to anything else – so I can see your concern: What to do if the battery cannot be removed then? As to my experiences, devices with a non-removable battery have a reset hole, which serves exactly this purpose: poking it with a needle (or tooth-stick, or something similar) ...


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Like on a PC, holding down the power button is handled in a much lower level of the firmware, so it's not possible for even an OS problem or a CPU hang to interfere with that operation. I've been using Android devices with removable and non-removable batteries for several years, and never once needed to remove the battery for the reason you describe. ...


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It turns out that MTP was the problem. I had to connect as a camera device (PTP).


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Try running your logic in another thread or in async task's doInBackground


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Well, inorder to access the SD card content over the device you are going to need a file manager app to do that, if you head over to the Google PlayStore then you can find a number of file explorer available that you can use. Just in case if you want you can try installing ES File Explorer over your device. Once done open the ES File Explorer to look out for ...


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It doesn't have an SD card. Nor does it have a file explorer. Download and install ES file manager from the play store to fix.


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Rollouts are done in stages, so you may not have been selected (automatically) yet. This could be for a number of reasons: -The rollout is still in progress -They have postponed the rollout due to bugs There are methods that allow you trick the rollout system (they will only work in the first case, not the second), but they aren't guaranteed to work, on my ...


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I have found exactly what I'm looking for in vanilla Android: Settings > Security & Screen Lock > Device Administrators > Local Wipe Policy > Deactivate


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There's no such thing built-in to Android currently. However, you might wish to take a look at AutoErase: When the number of failed unlock attempts reaches the limit that you specified, AutoErase will reset the device to factory default and erase all user data. When the unlock attempts fail, messages warning that the device will be erased after ...


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There a couple of places that are known to use space up, once you have eliminated all other space hogs. /.thumbnails safely delete them and then you can add an empty file and name it .nomedia and it won't store thumbnails anymore /data/log safely delete log files that accumulate after time /data/tombstones safely delete debugging logs that accumulate ...


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If I could comment, I would, but yes, TowelRoot is a safe download. It is one of the most commonly used root methods for newer devices. Neither of the antivirus programs that I use have had any problem with it. (If someone has the ability to repost this as a comment on @IAmTheSquidward's answer, that would be awesome) EDIT: Several sites and forums state ...


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You can use a custom lock screen. Just pick the one that you like



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