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I had the same problem in my phone. I used uninstall updates to the clock app and reset it to old factory version. It works now. I use One Plus two. I faced the issue after the marshmallow update.


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The thing that helped me, I think, it seems to be running again for now, was to turn off the sync with connection for the clock/date. Put it on manual.


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If you have custom recovery, you can at least do a nandroid backup then reset your phone. There are apps out there on play store that restore apps from nandroid backup. I have not tested those apps, but am aware they exist.


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You will have to reset your phone. You can try recovering photos from any data recovery app. No other way as you have no backup of any sort.


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You can send feedback from within Google Maps: Open the Google Maps app maps. Touch the Menu . Touch Send feedback > Send app feedback. Note: If you want to send feedback about the blue dot that shows your location, touch Report location issues.


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From the data on internet, there appears to be no difference. One thing that could be different is the thickness , measured in AWG. Lower the AWG figure, lesser resistance is offered and hence better suited for quicker charging. In the absence of figures one has to assume they are both of same AWG, which leaves length as the only differentiator. Since ...


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Nope. Since there isn't anything technically wrong with the gps in your phone and it's just the location of where you are that throws it off, the best thing to do is just go outside and see if the signal is stronger from outside the building or deal with it. Google maps doesn't currently have any features that allow users to correct their location. You can ...



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