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USB Debugging is not relevant, it doesn't come into play here, but you must be able to connect it to your computer via USB. The first thing you have to do is unlock the bootloader, luckily the Nexus 4 does not require anything special to unlock the bootloader. From the fasboot screen, on your computer use the command: sudo fastboot oem unlock And follow ...


I recently bought a Galaxy S7 Edge. Was getting ADs for Mobile Strike over and over, with sound even when the volume was off. Very frustration. Tried Ad blocker and Malware Bytes. All excellent apps. Nothing worked. Couldn't find the responsible app. Finally had to do a hard reset. That worked.


installing something like ROM Manager might help. check this screenshot:

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