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Sense is made by HTC for HTC so no you can't put it on other phones. That said, I recently read an article that Blinkfeed and some of their other cooler closed source apps are going to be made available on the play store for other devices later this year. Looks like Blinkfeed specifically is already avaialable. Hope this helps. ...


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And to continue what Dan wrote, if you mean for the stock Android or Samasung browser (it's not the same app, but it's in the same place), it's what @Dan Hulme answer. but if the browser is chrome press on the 3 dots > "History" > "Clear Browsing Data.." > pick "Clear the cache", Here is a picture: Hope it's been Helpful!


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Clear the browser by hitting the settings on your phone. Navigate to privacy settings Hit clear cache.


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That's really not normal. The phone should behave completely normally right up to the point it turns itself off. Since it's still under warranty, you should make a warranty claim. Trying to fix it yourself (or taking it to someone else to fix) will void the warranty, and might not fix the problem, which would leave you worse off than you started. From what ...


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It does look like a stuck power button. (as ridiculous as it may sound) The behaviour in your phone is exactly as it is when I press and hold on my power button for an extended period. By right, the device should not turn on by itself when the battery is inserted. It should remain turned off - only a hardware switch can turn it on. As your phone turns on ...


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I went around in circles with this by trying open and WPA security but nothing worked. The phone was not even listed on the router's device list. The MAC address filter was the problem. I fixed the issue by adding the phones mac address to the routers "white list" and now everything works well. Check you router mac filters or turn them off.



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