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Check the microphone of the device. On the S3 I believe it is the little hole on the right side of the charging port. I have seen this issue numerous times and on occasion, it's a clogged or semi clogged mic port. If the issue is intermittent, the aforementioned possibility is less likely. Other times it is network related, app related or, worst case, a ...
Some versions of CyanogenMod have the “Volume rocker” option in Settings → Display; if this option is selected, volume buttons will wake up the phone. There are also other ways to get this behavior (e.g., the GravityBox module for Xposed has the “Volume rocker wake” option in the “Navigation keys actions” screen).
Yes, those apps are stock apps in the German-localized ROMs for the Galaxy S3 (the i9300 version). Likely they were there in the original ROM but you uninstalled them and later forgot about it. It's fine to just uninstall them. The seventh and eight digits of the IMEI don't have any meaning in current phones. Before 2004, they indicated the country where ...
As per advice from Narayanan, I replaced /system/media/audio/ui/LowBattery.ogg with another .ogg file. The next time it was triggered, the new file played. I then tried placing an empty file at /system/media/audio/ui/LowBattery.ogg, but this did not work. Finally, I downloaded a slient .ogg from here, placing it at /system/media/audio/ui/LowBattery.ogg. ...
There are various apps on the play store where you can check your current charge current and your "maximum" (not sure how accurate the calculation is) Via USB the maximum is 460mA with a average of 460mA Via AC the maximum is 1000mA with also a average of 1000mA
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