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Very device and rom dependent, but some devices offer an alternative method to perform a menu press. For example, the Galaxy S5 and similar generation galaxy variants have a soft button that works like the multi Tasker button on short press, but is the menu button as a long press. Earlier Galaxy S4 had the functionality reversed, with the menu button being ...
Yes they both use a proxy. Root rqd. Proxies on the wireless nic I believe. They don't interfere with each other. Abp uses port 2020 which I dont think you can configure. So configure tor to use localhost:2020 and if abp is running all good. Sorry for bad english. Usibg android keyboa rd and no good on them. Part axe.
No, It is not possible on unrooted devices and yes, it can be done on rooted devices. In a rooted device, Add a permission to Android : android.permission.WRITE_SECURE_SETTINGS. Then, system call the set function of the BATTERY_STATUS_CHARGING from the BatteryManager with a 0 value. To automate this function, use a third-party application like Tasker to ...
A bit nerdy maybe but we don't know how nerdy you are, so ... If you have access to recovery boot menu and the tablet is rooted then you should either use your current SD card or prepare a new one in eg Windows 7. I would do this: Find your Multi Card Reader and plugin the SD. Backup files on the SD that you want to keep! Use PC software like MiniTool ...
Just had the same issue. Go to Settings > Security > Install from storage. Locate your certificate file and install it.
I solved the problem by using a HTTPS (not HTTP) proxy located in the US. :)
I found the solution to getting the correct size wasn't from the hardware identifying the wrong size, but the partition of the /sdcard/ being the wrong size. I solved this by formatting it with Clockwork. I lost my app data, but most apps remained installed.
These can be a little tricky to troubleshoot without a LOT more information and a ton of back and forth. My best suggestion to do an end-run around all of that would be for you to download WugFresh's Nexus Root Toolkit. Now don't worry if you're not interested in rooting, as that's not why I'm suggesting it. I've just found that its "Full Driver ...
OTA updates that come directly from Google (such as Nexus devices) are rolled out in waves. An excerpt from Dan Morill's comment states that, specifically: Rollouts are conducted in phases. Typically they start at 1% of devices for around 24 - 48 hours; we watch the return rates and resulting device checkins and error reports (if any), and make sure ...
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