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As a user, and not a developer, this is not an effect you should concern yourself with. For operations like disk defragmentation or use of flash memory as virtual memory, the sustained high disk write rates can wear out flash memory quickly. But "normal" usage by a human will not produce enough writes to create a wear issue. Let's take the sleep app as an ...


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Simplest solution is, if you can identify where in memory card you have junk image files, then just place a .nomedia file. Which avoids scanning that perticular folder for indexing media files (Note: It will also not appear in gallery). In my case I did that to Whatsapp images folder, which had hell lot of images but I dont want it to be appearing in my ...


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you have to be rooted to use such features and once you are rooted you can use apps like kernel adiutor or quad core manager to disable or underclock your cores.Disabling your cores will help you save battery and keep your device cool.


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I would recommend DashClock widget with the BatteryDash extension. BatteryDash is a reasonably simple battery info app with currently drawn amperes, delivery voltage and temperature data. DashClock provides that info through a Home Screen widget and a custom daydream. Links: DashClock : ...


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Try 'JimTDI's Guide - Tuning the Nexus 7 with Android 5 Lollipop for Maximum Performance!' here https://goo.gl/X0HwAu The discussion for this post is here https://goo.gl/wqjv76


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You can use the amazing nexus root toolkit to do pretty much anything. http://www.wugfresh.com/nrt/ It allows rooting, return to stock, recovery and everything else you would need to repair your nexus 7 2012 WiFi aka 'grouper' / 'nakasi'. You can flash custom roms with it also. Other tools include unlocking or locking the bootloader, adb tools, driver ...


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You can try Ampere (I didn't test it), which should show you the current (dis)charge rate: Quoted from a rating: I appreciate that this app displays which of my available charging devices delivers the most milliamps. It's useful because I know which charger to swap out for maximum power. Also, it may indicate if a known charger may be under ...


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Qualcomm marketing manager PJ Jacobowitz writes: Quick Charge 1.0 makes all this is available to the user with existing USB charging accessories — no new cables and wall chargers to buy. OK, so I don't need a charger with a special Quick Charge logo or anything. Good. Still, surely an underpowered charger won't allow the phone to charge as quickly as ...


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The official Google Developers site has the full instructions and image repository on how to install a factory image for any Nexus device, including your "nakasi" Nexus 7 2012. I recommend 4.4.4, but you are free to go back as far as you want until you're comfortable with it's use. Cyanogenmod also has a stable 10.2 version (Android 4.3) - you can download ...


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Simple answer: Yes, but it's usually not noticeable and won't impact a device's ability to function as expected during it's lifetime. Full Explanation: Apps CAN leave traces of information behind when uninstalled. These are usually empty folder and misc. log files, but can also include files created by the application but are assumed that the user would ...



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