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I was able to disable on-screen keyboards in Android "settings" on my Samsung Tab3. Now I can use my Logitech K810 finally with no annoying on-screen keyboards constantly popping up and obscuring 50% of my viewable area on my already smallish tablet screen. I'm running Android 4.2.2. In settings choose "Language and Input" and click on "default" keyboard ...
Open the S Voice app, and open its settings. You should be able to change it via Set wake-up command. Here's the setting from my Samsung Galaxy S4:
There are several ADB GUIs available which might help you out. All of them have in common that you can browse the Android device's directory tree using a graphical frontend, and also execute "stuff" from a command-line interface ("console"). They might offer additional features as well: Android Commander root optional (and only needed for Applications ...
I have a GS4 vers. 4.3 I had the same problem. But the use of the volume key solves my issue. Resized using volume key while in the messaging mode. Viola!
Just had the same issue on a Note 3. I was resizing the font by "pinching" the screen. It would not save; I'm stuck with the huge font. So, I used the size volume key instead to resize the font. Now, everything works fine.
To put Android into "listening mode", do your Long press, then click on the Google logo at the bottom of the screen. That's Google Now, your Siri counterpart. For Samsung devices with S-Voice, double-pressing quickly on the Home button will trigger S-Voice.
Two times yes: Of course it can be removed, and of course it can be useful. At that place ClockworkMod stores the nandroid backups you've created with it, and from that place you can restore them when need for that arrives. In case of an external SDCard, and when space on it is precious to you, you could simply copy its contents to your computer, and then ...
You can boot into recovery and check how the "/sdcard" is mounted using the command "mount". If it is not mounted, you can mount it and should be able to get rid of this directory using "rm -rf"(however, you might like to check the significance of this data first). If it is mounted as read-only, remount it with "rw" option and go for deletion. As for moving ...
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