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Much more easier now restore a TWRP NANDROID from Titanium Backup (there's a new option there called "Extract from Nandroid Backup" > After that you restore using "only the data" of the apps and not the entire backuped ROM.. It may work on the same version of rom. I don't know if migrating from 5.0 to 6.0 would cause some bugs. But you can try as it works in ...


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Turn on all apps names Google Favorite contacts Story Album Widget CapibiltyManagerService Multimedia Ui Service layer MobilePrintSvc_CUPS MobilePrintSvc_CUPS_Backend com.android.provider...


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When you go to setting, there are a few options. Depending on which OS version you're running (you haven't provided this but I'm assuming it is a bit old), you can go to the Apps sections and there are 3 tabs 1) Downloaded 2) Running 3) All. You can go to the Running tab to see which processes are running. Another option is to go to the Memory section and ...


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The problem, as you have mentioned, is because you had iMessage active on your iPhone. This means that your phone number is still registered with Apple to use the iMessage service. When other people with iPhone sends a message, their phone will try to send it through the iMessage service instead of through the SMS/MMS protocol. The sollution is to ...


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Use aroma file manager. A file manager which allows u to operate delete anything in recovery mode. So that u can delete the gasture key or the pin data from the root file system U can download it from xda official website


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If you already have a SD card then you can quickly root your device (https://kingroot.net/) and apply a setting which sees your SD card as internal memory rather than external memory which allows you to put all applications onto it(This setting is included in the root). But you need to be careful as this will burn up the SD card over time so just try to keep ...


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You can use clean master to free up your space. In particular, to delete your thumbnails, follow these steps: Install clean master on your phone. Open it and click on "start". Tap "advanced" on the right top. Wait for the app section to load, then tap "gallery". Tap "Gallery thumbnails". Select all items by checking the box on the top right. Tap "clean". ...


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You can try using an app like Es File Explorer It has a SD Card Analyze tool, which will help you analyze the total space used and give you options to clear some space by deleting unused files, temp file etc. For the issue with thumbnails, take a backup of all your photos on Google Photos.. then delete all the thumbnails.. deleting thumbnails will not ...


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This link shows the exact clicks for factory reset without a screen: http://visihow.com/Is_there_a_way_to_reset_a_Samsung_Galaxy_Note_3_without_the_screen


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You can usually copy the data for user apps without issue, but there is no guarantee. I wouldn't copy the /data/data/ folder wholesale, since it will include system app data and provides no way to easily manage it. I recommend Titanium Backup instead. With root, it allows you to easily backup any subset of apps (such as user apps) that you wish, and then ...



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