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Just tested this on my phone and my gmail, and it seems to work. I'm running 4.4 with the stock Contacts app on my phone. On your phone, in the Contacts app: menu button -> import/export contacts Choose export to storage and it will create a .vcf file to /storage/emulated/0/ which is the root folder for storage Transfer this file via email, or usb to a ...


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Its simple. There are hidden magnets in the front part of the flip cover. These magnets tell the device that Sview flip cover is attached. The glass window that is on the cover is conductive, through which you can operate only that much part of the screen leaving the rest of the screen non operable to avoid accidental touch. The idea behind is just like the ...


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Have you tried a 3rd-party app like Smart Rotator? Are you tired of switching auto-rotate setting back and forth? This tool can help you auto switching it. You can set auto-rorate/portrait/landscape setting for each app, when you open those apps, it will help you set screen orientation to auto, portrait, landscape automatically.


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In theory, your phone should perform considerably faster with CyanogenMod 11, because KitKat was designed with entry/mid-level phones in mind; requiring only 512 MB of RAM to run. (See this page about Project Svelte for more information.) CyanogenMod also adds a whole slew of features like Heads Up Notifications and Privacy Guard on top of the AOSP code, so ...


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My brother's S3 Mini had a nice water trip on Espain beach. It turned on, but it had software issues such as apps opening randomly, volume changing itself, and random reboots. When the battery went empty, it didn't turn on. My brother tried his friend's S3 Mini battery, and it worked fine, but all the problems remained. So, he bought a new one. Try ...


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On these phones, the behaviour you describe can be caused by a corrupted SD card filesystem. The media scanner runs all the time, trying to read the SD card. This problem immediately suggested itself as a possibility as it would be natural to move the same SD card to your new phone, transferring the problem there. That would explain why it started right ...


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According to gsmarena.com, your device (Samsung Fascinate SCH-I500) does not have either a secondary camera (front camera): Camera Primary 5 MP, 2592 x 1944 pixels, autofocus, LED flash Secondary No It is most likely a proximity sensor (which can double as a light sensor): Features Sensors Accelerometer, proximity, compass


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If the Galaxy S is rooted, you could use Titanium Backup to back up the app including its data. If the Nexus is rooted as well, you could try restoring this backup there directly; with some luck, the entire app works there as well, and there's nothing else to do. If not (or the restored app won't work on the Nexus), you could extract the app's database file ...


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You said you can now enter Download mode? And I'm assuming you can no longer go into ClockWorkMod If this is true I would suggest putting stock ROM onto your device via Odin. There are many instructions / manuals available so finding the correct one for your phone and model is down to you. Also its your responsibility when following these instructions, if ...


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No, the app will be removed along with all other apps and user data. If you root the phone, it's possible to install a tracker as a system app, such that it will only be removed if the thief flashes a new ROM, but any app you install from Google Play or another app marketplace won't be able to do that.


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Here is a segment from the description of Samsung Link:* AllShare Play is now Samsung Link. Continue to log-in with your Samsung Account to access your pictures, videos, and documents previously stored on AllShare Play. Access & Play Content across Smart Devices, Anytime Anywhere Samsung Link enables users to access & play content saved on other ...


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The Samsing Galaxy S series has a virtual surround, not a true surround. Therefore there is no way to get multichannel audio out of the device, only analog stereo. Source: Phandroid, Unleashthephones, Intomobile


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check out this https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ljmobile.move.app may be it can be helpful. There is a bit work but it get the job done.


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If your phone is stuck in recovery mode, you can try these steps to force it to boot to Android: Remove the battery, wait a couple of minutes, then put the battery back in. Turn on phone and see if it still boots into recovery mode. If it does still boot into recovery mode, hold down "Volume Up" button and then press the Power button. The recovery menu ...


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I think that there is another element to this - but I have not determined what it is - There is one magnet in the front of the flip cover lets the device know that the cover is open or shut - but it will not work unless the case back is attached to the phone - and there are some contacts in the back cover of the flip case that connect to the phone - I cannot ...


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An incomplete song play is mostly due to the corrupt file which you have downloaded. Although it may show around 7Mb for a file but if the file is corrupt then it won't play any part of it or in some cases just plays the start and skips to the next. What exactly a corrupt file is A corrupt mp3 file means that some audio bits and tunes are missing or ...


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I had this problem. The song worked fine in iTunes, but not in Google Music. The song has an audio glitch in it from recording it from a burned CD, and that is around the spot where the song skips. It's not the MP3 or the song; it's something about Google Music doesn't like the song. My work around: I made an AAC version in iTunes, uploaded that, and it ...


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There was no above suggested path on my phone either. Instead following worked for me: Go into call settings (call button then settings) Scroll down and find Additional Settings. Then there is set My Phone Number where you can set your number.



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