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Not a solution, but a work-around: The WiFi password is not stored on /system – it's in /data/misc/wifi/wpa_supplicant.conf. As you're using CyanogenMod, it should be safe to assume you're having root access. So you could use an automation tool (yes, I've got tasker in mind here) to copy that file to a "safe place" whenever shutting down the device, and ...


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DENVER ELECTRONICS A/S explains to access the recovery mode (e-mail): You can factory reset the tablet the following way: Plug in the adapter. Press the reset button on the back of the tablet and wait for approx. 20 seconds (until the battery icon disappears and the screen goes black). Press the power button for 5 seconds. When the Denver logo appears, ...


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You need the binary image of recovery and ROM Now start in fastboot mode Flash the recovery Then flash the ROM The recovery and ROM can found on manufacturer's website. However, it is a good idea to try to claim the warranty as it's still 2 months, though I think they will not fix it as you have rooted your device. Issue the following commands on the ...


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OK! This isn't easy! But if you really want to get the passwords, there is a work around! In order to get each password follow the steps : Connect to the WiFi Navigate to router login page. (type 192.168.1.1 in browser) Login into the router, Username : admin, Password : admin(If not these, just Google of the password for your specific model[Unless ...


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You can restore the phone. Find and download the firmware for the phone. Go checkout www.xdadevelopers.com or google the phones firmware. You'll need to download Odin. You will also need to download the bootloader and the modem besides the firmware. If you want to do this. Let me know. Ill give you step by step directions. DOING THIS METHOD WILL DELETE ...


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A simpler solution I had the same issue, but I don't have an SD card in my Moto X. That means, if I backup then factory reset, my backup will be gone too. I found another solution. You can just reflash the Google Keyboard to your device using TWRP. The zip I used is here: https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=95855108297851240 If you don't have TWRP ...



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