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looks like u had the problem too (i had it when i used ubuntu for my first time). Please change your personal file sharing settings to get rid of this problem. press the windows key on your keyboard and type "personal file sharing " in the search box appeared(on ubuntu 12.04) then click on the folder with the exact name appeared in the search results ...


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It turns out that this issue is due to the restricted background data setting. Navigate to Settings -> Data Usage Find the following apps and make sure "Restrict Background Data" is switched off: Hangouts app Google Services Google Play Store


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One possible solution would be to use avast! Anti-Theft which allows you to text 1234 LOCATE to your phone in order to locate it, replacing 1234 with your avast! PIN number.


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If your computer can still recognize your phone when you plug it in, you can use this android file manager to export the data from your phone to computer.


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On android kitkat: long click on the hangout app (for instance) and drag it to app info. Uncheck "show notification". Do it for each google app. (You could also turn it off it you don't use it. To enable the app again: go to home, press menu (bottom)/ select manage app /go to tab: turn off )


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It appears the problem was caused by a corrupted installation of the Xposed Framework - the issue got solved as soon as I reinstalled it.


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Since your S3 is rooted. You could make app backups with a 3rd party app, Such as Titanium Backup, but to use Titanium back up to restore them on your S6, It would need to be rooted as well. I know Google claims that its back up service saves app data and settings as well. But I think that only works if the app dev has added in the option to store things in ...


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The HD means that both parties, You and the one you are calling have HD voice enabled service. Just means you should have better voice quality while talking to that person.


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I formatted a 1GB micro SD card in my SGS 3 (Android 4.3) then checked it in Windows 8.1 on a PC. The Properties dialog says it is FAT. (also the PC can read the content without any problems) I also formatted it to exFAT on the PC and put it in the phone. It could read and write to it. On the other hand, a NTFS card was reported as unsupported. More info: ...


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While it's not clearly identified what this specific sticker is and covers, based on this teardown, it does look as though the chip is on the direct other side of the board from the connector that touches the component on that sticker, suggesting the connector is directly attached through the board to that chip. So my instinct is that you're correct that ...


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If Developer Settings are enabled and the device is rooted, you can plug the device into your computer via USB and use androidscreencast to control the device and upload the files to an online storage service such as Google Drive before downloading the files on your computer.


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Yes you can and it's normal to understand that it's not a original charger for your device. So it must be take extra time for charging.


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It should be fine, just slower (depending on the rating of the two chargers). It's possible for the tablet to draw more power than can be provided by a weaker charger, so for it to charge well you should ideally have it powered off or at least idle.


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Yes, you can charge but you will face some problem like slow charging , less battery backup, and also other battery related problem in future or heating of device


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To set a LW the only thing needed is a task with an action of shell command and this command in the command text box: service call wallpaper 2 i32 1 s16 "com.maxelus.poweroflifelivewallpaper" s16 "com.maxelus.poweroflifelivewallpaper.WallpaperService" The first argument is the package of the LW, then the other one is the service. For an example, the shell ...


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This is quite normal, especially if you've recently inserted the MicroSD card into your Android device. What you can do is go into Settings >> Storage and change your default location for installed applications and files. Did you migrate your files? So, I'd assume that the files on your phone is what's taking up your storage. What you can do is install ...


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I had a similar problem with my OnePlus. This helped: Go to “Settings” Select “Apps” Swipe left until you in the ‘All’ column Click on the 3 dots in top right Select “Reset app preferences” Reboot phone Reselect preferred launcher via http://blog.forret.com/2015/06/getting-rid-of-google-play-services-has-stopped-on-oneplus/


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You have to have your iphone friends delete your information from text history. they need to start a text, type your name into the recipient field and click on the "i". This will allow them to delete you from the text history...Then they start a new thread and this will allow you to receive group text.


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Sounds like an SD card problem to me. I've experienced similar problems a few times over the course of the years -- a card that has worked ok for some time has started to get "ejected" by itself. Changing the SD card has always solved the problem. .. Hmm. Except once but that phone turned out to be a very problematic case in a number of ways. So, try out ...


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As said, most automation apps can perform this task, Automate is another free alternative. Here's some user-made automations for toggling the GPS when viewing Google Maps: http://llamalab.com/automate/community/?q=gps+maps A rooted device is required, but it may be possible to workaround using UI automation.


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As Izzy said in the answer, Tasker is a great choice but it's not free for anyone. I tried AutomateIt(Free) and it gets the job done. Install and launch AutomateIt. Go to My Rules → All, and see if you need any predefined rules. If you don't then either disable or delete by tapping each entry once and selecting the desired option. Tap + corresponding ...


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That might be solved using one of the many automation apps. I myself prefer tasker here, but YMMV (and Tasker doesn't come for free) – llama might be capable of the same. What I do here is creating a profile like this: Condition: App (select the apps you want to use GPS with) Task: GPS On optional exit task: GPS Off That way GPS by default is off, but ...



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