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In my galaxy S3 drive mode was in quick settings .but I cant find it in my galaxy S5 mini


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Theres an app for that: SCR free. You will need root for this https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.iwobanas.screenrecorder.free


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If your sim card is locked then you can just remove it and put another one in. If the phone itself is locked, you can do a factory-reset by using the recovery, hold power, home, volume-up until you get to the recovery screen and choose the factory reset option.


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It sounds like your phone is blocked. You should try to return it if possible. If the IMEI is missing then it is very likely there is a serious problem with the radio or that it is simply blocked. You can't fix this by flashing a different ROM.


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I have been using a Note 3 on AT&T for about four months now and I have so far managed to avoid unwanted firmware updates without rooting. I am still running Android 4.3. I don't want kitkat. It doesn't remember wifi passwords. I have also heard of issues with bluetooth functionality and sd card access limitations. Also, battery life seems to be ...


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This happened to me. I tried to re-flash its firmware then finally it just turned off and cannot power on again. The technician also gave up and said the motherboard is beyond repair. I recall that I overused it and maybe my very cold room generated some moist inside the phone short-circuiting the motherboard.


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Stephanie, I had the same problem on Sat 22/11 night. It's easy to fix. 1) Go to settings/more/application manager 2) swipe left to get to "disabled" 3) Click on "calendar storage" 4) click "enable" All your calendar entries should now re-appear. I hope that helps. Ninos. Sydney.


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According to AndroidPolice is actually caused by a bug in Chrome Beta that showed up on certain custom ROMS. The recent update (v39.0.2171.90) contains a fix for this issue. It's likely that the next update for non beta Chrome will include a fix for this too.


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Well, I have tried all these things I could find on the web and my Win 7 professional PC would not recognize my Galaxy S 3....I then realized my new computer has nothing but USB 3.0 ports so I decided to try to use an old USB hub I have. I plugged it into the computer and a driver for it was successfully installed. I then plugged my Galaxy S3 into the USB ...


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I, too, own a Galaxy S3. Thankfully, I've never had to restore the calendar app. But, if I did have to, I'd try a recovery tool to restore the stock calendar before falling back to another app.


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Have you tried installing Google Calendar?


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This is happening in any custom ROM that supports floating windows. It is there, for example, in SlimKat, Spirit ROM, CM based ROMs etc. In my case I can move and size the window, and there is a maximize button available. It resizes the window with pinch to zoom automatically rendering it almost unusable. This is an app issue ultimately, but it is specific ...


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Answer originally from here: How to edit the "ME" contact? Open Google+ on your phone. Go into Settings / Your Name youremail@google.com / Contacts. Check "Keep contacts up to date". Go into Settings / Sync / Google. Disable Contacts Sync. Wait a few seconds, re-enable it. Wait a few more seconds, and the My Info entry should now have a Google+ ...


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Enable Google Voice Typing input in phone settings. if its not there or disabled - install/ enable google voice search app.


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Install the MIUI for S3. I have the same problem with mine. I tried all there is to try and finally this is something which worked for me.


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I found the issue is because I had disabled the Samsung Account app using CleanMaster's App Manager (which allows me to disable any app including system apps). Once I re-enabled it and updated it, I was able to sign in to my Samsung account and change the settings. I disabled (saved) and re-enabled (saved again) the SIM change alert feature, after also ...


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There are two possibilities: Broken screen Hard bricked To find out what you can try doing the fastboot combination for a couple of seconds and then connecting it to your computer and see if it shows up in fastboot devicescommand (with correct drivers installed.


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If you know the location where the pictures are stored you could always use ADB to pull the files or directory to your pc. This does require you to have usb debugging enabled. So if you haven't I can't help you further, sorry. If you have, you can use this command to pull the folder/files to your pc: adb pull location/of/pictures/* C:\location\on\pc\ If ...


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If you have a micro SD card in the phone, that can be taken out, put in an adapter and read by any computer with an SD card reader. Recovering data from the internal memory is much harder. If you can't get the phone to power on, there is no way to recover data from the internal memory. When I had a similar problem with my Galaxy S3, I had it repaired by ...


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I enquired and found some answers to this problem. 1) If you press exit button in recovery menu, phone will reboot and regular app screen should be seen. 2) as answered earlier wipe cache does not delete user data, (only system cache files are deleted) 3) to exit the download mode (when not flashing anything to the device) is to either pull the battery or ...


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I just wrestled with this on my galaxy note 9.0. In /system/app there is a file called (for me) FWUpgrade.apk Even though I am rooted it refused to rename or remove it in a file explorer... I tried a few. I eventually just used terminal to chmod 666 it after su-ing to get root. Then I removed it no prob. So, at the term prompt: su cd /system/app chmod 666 ...


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Take a backup of your phone and do a hard reset. Steps for a hard Reset Turn the phone off. Press and hold VOLUME UP and Home(center) button Press Power until the phone vibrate Wait until you see the Android logo then release all the buttons Select Wipe data/Factory reset with VOLUME DOWN, press Power (right hand-side) Select YES -- delete all user ...


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wipe cache won't delete user data at all. a factory reset will preserve your photos, but not your messages... though they still might be retrievable. formatting the drive nukes everything


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After my last update I had major problems with my battery I read all kinds of solutions and tried them. Nothing worked. After a couple months of searching I found a post that suggested ... go to settings. Then More settings. Mobile networks It should say cdma/LTE/evdo The update somehow changed it to global which uses an enormous amount if battery. It ...


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I have solved this by decryption of memory card. Samsung Galaxy Phone: settings-->More-->security-->Encrypt External SD card-->disable. After disabling go to my device-->lock screen-->Screen lock--> all the features will be enabled. You will be able to choose your own security now. Regards, Hari


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Click on the USB sign on the notification bar. Then in the new page, check the "Media Device(MTP)" and wait for few seconds to see the drive show up in your computer/mac.


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This is the name of the user and computer that was used to build the kernel. "se.infra" isn't a username belonging to a real person, but an account used by the build infrastructure at Samsung. It's not relevant at all. The thing you need to match is the Build number, shown just beneath the kernel version in the About device page of the device settings. It ...


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You should reformat the card from within Settings -> Storage, then try copying the files again. Make sure you unmount the card before removal even if you will be turning the device off to remove it. I would highly suggest you transfer the files to the SD via the phone itself -- either by connecting the phone to the PC or using one of those apps that gives ...


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I've had this problem numerous times and this is how I fix it..... Take the SDcard and insert in card reader on PC. Use a partitioning program such as GParted, which is open source. Have it scan and fix errors on the card. Using just the PC to scan and fix errors wont work right for your problem. Put it back in your Samsung and enjoy.


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Android like fat32 filesystem and fat32 like <4gb sdcard Windows like ntfs system but also familiar with fat32. My advice, format your SD with fat32 and remove it safely turn of your device mount your SD and power your device wait after boot and let us know


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I had exactly the same problem on the Note 2 SGH-I747. Windows XP refused to recognize the device, unable to install hardware. I had reloaded the drivers a couple of times. Today I was charging my other Note 2 which was working correctly. XP recognized and installed it. Huh! I plugged the broken one in. It was recognized. Odin then worked perfectly.


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Initially you may have added an account in your phone and later changed that account. There can be a problem of sync.


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"Blocking mode" has nothing to do with blocking individual contacts. It stops all calls and other notifications disturbing you, like a "do not disturb" mode. If you want people to call you, turn off blocking mode.



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