New answers tagged

1

"3e" is the stock recovery, which doesn't support flashing custom ROMs. It will only accept packages signed by the manufacturer. So if you want to flash a custom ROM, you'll have to install a custom recovery first. For details, see our recovery-mode tag-wiki. For example candidates, also see clockworkmod and twrp. Moreover, the place where you downloaded ...


0

Open your phone's dialer app(calling app where you type mobile no. to make a call) and type the following: *#*#4636#*#* It will open a mysterious looking menu before even you touch the dial option, yes! you won't need to dial it, but, just type in the code. Touch on "Phone information 1" for SIM 1 in the menu in dual SIM phone, else it will show ...


0

It's more practical to know folks names than their associated numbers. Typically you can start typing a persons name and it will begin filtering for those contacts.


1

It seems your device is in Factory Mode. To exit from it manually: Open file manager that can access root folder (e.g. Root Explorer, ES File Explorer) Go to /efs/FactoryApp/ Open factorymode file as text file. Change the content to ON and save the file Open keystr file as text file. Change the content to ON and save the file Reboot the device ...


-1

It's the charging port connector. It has a thermometer sensor for the battery. It is probably malfunctioning. Replace it and see if it works out.


0

Old question is missing an up-to-date answer: Meanwhile, the solution is built-in to Android and called "Quick Settings". Go to Settings › Notifications › Quick Settings Tap the entry to chose/arrange tiles if "WiFi Hotspot" isn't shown on a tile: tap the + symbol scroll to the end of the list tap the corresponding entry to add (WiFi-Hostpot) ...


1

You should use the latest firmware pertaining to your region and model only Authentic source for all Samsung firmware is Sammobile. You will need to register(free) to download. If you want a faster download, there is a paid option. Make sure you select the right region For detailed information on Samsung devices (including region as asked) Phone Info ...


1

Google offers an option to restore your contacts to any state within the past 30 days. This may help you recover deleted contacts. Just go to https://contacts.google.com/, click on More -> Restore contacts.


0

I think that when you log in with your Google account into your phone it should automatically sync those contacts into your device if sync is on.


0

Have you trimmed (applied fstrim to) your device's partitions? If not, access the Android shell and then run these commands: Become root: su - Trim the /data partition: fstrim -v /data Trim the /cache partition: fstrim -v /cache Remount /system as read-write: mount -o rw,remount /system Trim the /system partition: fstrim -v /system Reboot your ...


0

An alternative I found after the fact is to use ES File Explorer or something of the like to move the files into a different folder. They're visible to windows in the new folder.



Top 50 recent answers are included