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Storing this for future reference and to help others. Summary 2 (multiple) gmail accounts desktop computers fine android mobile phone 1 gmail account accessible the other not had removed google authenticator 4 months ago on previous mobile new mobile 1 month ago everything syncing and accessible till recent google account password change Actions ...


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You're going to want to buy another same-model Note 4 off ebay and swap the logic boards around. It has to be same exact model, same carrier. You can check the label behind the battery for your model #. By swapping the logic boards, you can pinpoint where the problem is. If your phone works after that, then lucky you, it was just the USB board or screen ...


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There won't be an easy way covering everything, but the best approach most likely is: using adb backup / adb restore to cover 95% of the stuff (see Full Backup of non-rooted devices for details) catching the remains (SMS, probably also contacts) with a specialised app (as for contacts, you can also use the contacts app itself: Menu › Export/Import allows ...


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I only tried it on one app so far though but here goes. you must be able to access 'phone storage' on both phones. plug in the usb and connect the phone to your com. open phone storage. open 'Android' look for the app files you want and copy paste into your com. both from 'data' and 'obb'. If there's nothing inside the obb file don't bother copying, it ...


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You'll need to boot into the bootloader, and if not already done flash a custom recovery (ClockworkMod or TWRP). After that boot into recovery from the bootloader. In your custom recovery, you should have the option to flash a package. Use your favorite custom ROM or your stock ROM as flash package and flash it. If it succeeds and you haven't deleted your ...



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