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Your current layout is called "Material Light". To change it, though there isn't a pure black version, go to Settings > Language and Input > Google Keyboard > Appearance and Layouts The dark material setting is called "Material Dark" and looks like this:


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I updated my nexus 4 this morning. No problems at all. I turn on WiFi, plug it to charger. Space of phone with more than 7G. Updating completed within 20mins. No flaws so far.


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Look at my values. Mine reports slightly lower numbers (9.2). I believe LGE Accelerometer Sensor field shows raw data from the sensor. It's normal that it's not super accurate. More importantly look at Gravity and Linear Acceleration fields in both mine and your screenshot. These fields show expected values. This means software compensates for sensor ...


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Try changing the orientation of the phone and the values will change. The value of z axis at 10m/sec^2 is normal when phone is lying horizontal to the ground.


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Long press the notification and it will show you what app sent the notification. Next, go to Settings > Apps and look for the app. Once you click it you will have the option to disable notifications, or to diable the whole app.


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You can also follow the advice in How do I change the time zone (which is disabled) in Honeycomb on a Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1? which is to use free application Timezone Changer. There is also Timezone Fixer, which updates timezone files (needs ROOT access).


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If you have a rooted device, you most likely will not be able to install OTA updates (over the air). Factory resetting the device will not un-root the device so the best way of updating it is to do the following: Get the factory image you wish to install (in your case, lollipop) from the Google developers website Flash that image by following this tutorial ...


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It is possible to sideload the OTA update on a non-rooted, non-unlocked phone without losing your data (although it would be advisable to back up anything important that can't be restored from the cloud). The instructions here worked for me. This approach is not advised if you are not comfortable with working at the command line, dealing with windows ...


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Perhaps your cell provider has stop offering 5.0 over-the-air for any number of reasons. Unfortunately, the only way to install Android 5.0 would to be to grab the 5.0 update from the Nexus website and install it that way. I would recommend that you backup all your data to your SD card, remove it, then install it.


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From an article on Android Police, If you're on a Lollipop device and aren't seeing this yet, you can manually install the –438* build of Play Services 6.5 from APKMirror. (Emphasis mine) * The -438 build is for Nexus 5 on Lollipop. The new "Trusted places" feature is available starting from Google Play services 6.5.85. You might want to check the ...


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I did a factory reset and its working fine now. May be there was a problem in upgrading.


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I had a bad apk. Got a new one, works fine.


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Try it with a other calernder client (app). For example https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=netgenius.bizcal&hl=de&referrer=utm_source%3Dgoogle%26utm_medium%3Dorganic%26utm_term%3Dbusiness+calendar&pcampaignid=APPU_PQBrVIPdO-X6ygPs2IHwCQ This has transparent widgets. You only have to connect this app with your Google account then will ...


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Instead of using the unreliable USB connection to transfer files, I would suggest using Wi-Fi. You can easily create a FTP server on your phone and then access it from Windows Explorer or Linux. You can easily transfer files after that. I would suggest using ES File Explorer for this. Here's the tutorial on how to create FTP Server using ES. Alternatively ...


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I tested Boldbeast Recorder (the special version provided by the developer). This is a free app, and it works very well for my LGE Nexus 4. It records calls perfectly in two directions. Have a look at what settings you should use in the app suggested by the developer. Link to the XDA post


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I recently came across this issue on a Nexus 5 and tried most the solutions listed here with no luck. In my case, it looks to be caused by a recognized bug with stock Android (source). My solution was as follows - I used Windows 8.1, but no reason this wouldn't work on OSX/Linux (root is required on device however). On your PC, create a .tar.gz archive of ...


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The chip that's missing the shielding is part of the digitizer; it is responsible for interpreting changes in the electric field of the screen and figuring out where your finger currently is, and what location of the display you've touched. Without shielding it won't work properly, or as you've seen.. at all. Get some here.. any decent RF shielding tape ...



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