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Quick fix is Settings-> apps-> all apps-> google maps-> uninstall update


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In SD card android->data folder copy the folder name of the game and paste it in the new device


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I use AirDroid. It works pretty well for most things like sending messages, transferring files and calling, and you don't have to plug your device into your PC.


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If you're getting "storage space runout" on your Samsung S2 phone, just dial *#9900# on the tablet and select option 2 “Delete dumpstate/logcat” It's not necessary to root your android. Restart your phone afterwards.


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Looks like Toggle Mobile just doesn't work well with my setup. I bought a £2 SIM card from Lycamobile a couple months ago, and it's been working flawlessly with no setup changes. Not much of an answer I'm afraid, but I'd rather lose my remaining Toggle credit than use several more days on this.


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i got this problem also on my (in the mean while old) S2 there is a connector of the speaker in your phone who is not connected anymore check youtube movies how to open your phone (not so difficult with correct tools) and connect this connector to the main pcb


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I noticed that the problem is with the word completion feature. Just set it to hide all suggestions and it will stop annoying you. The option to hide is available in the android keyboard configuration.


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There isn't a way on the stock Calendar app. However you can do this by using two different Calendar apps.


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Type in keypad *#9900# option 2 delete dumpstate logcat it really works and gets rid of that annoying disk thing at top of notifications and can download again Hope it helps. I had the same issue and this worked.


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Was the battery life decrease sudden, or has it been getting noticeably worse recently? If so, might be time to get a new battery for your device. Regarding the restart, are there any apps that you've installed recently that might have a bug or something leading to restarts? When a phone reaches that age, I would personally root it and flash something like ...


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Was your phone rooted? I don't think whatever the problem was you're going to be able to get the app's data back. You can re-download them, but that's all, i think.


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are you sure you had your apps in internal memory not memory card? go to setting -> storage option and check if there is any space allocated for apps. if no space then your phone must have been formatted


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I think this is an unresolvable issue but you can find more info at the link below http://android.stackexchange.com/a/12108/57153


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Easiest way to do it is with Titanium Backup application.


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When you flash Gapps.zip (or really any zip in recovery mode), the applications in it are usually written to the /system partition on the device. The difficulty is that the system partition is only mounted as 'writable' when installing the Gapps zip. After that, it's mounted as 'read-only', making it impossible to delete things on it. You basically have ...


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The water evaporating has left now undissolved mineral ions on your phone (ions conduct electricity).Now electricity doesn't go as designed.Also heat cycles will possibly change chemical and physical structure of your hardware.The more you use it the more likely something will get worse Instead of drying to get rid of water and leave the ions on your phone ...


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There was a thread similar to yours a while back. It refered to a Stackoverflow thread with a overwhelmingly positive answer. One of the answers is to clear dumpstack. Here is the excerpt from the Stackoverflow answer. Here's a very simple solution that works on my Samsung Galaxy S II and NOTE 1 ; I have no idea about other models: Open the Phone app ...


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Yes you must root, flash etc and then install a new rom. I had all of this crap on my S2 so I just upgraded to a Nexus 5. Best thing I ever did


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Root and flash your phone it solves anything (not only in my experience)


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Your Ubuntu is very outofdate. 12.03 12.10. 13.04. 13.10 14.04 are all newer versions of Ubuntu.Use 14.04 or newer when possible Since 13 issues with my S2 sdcard are almost nonexistent



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