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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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It depends on your PIT partition file. Before you do anything using heimdall, print the partition table of your phone. sudo heimdall print-pit The output of the file is the location assigned to each partition. For example on my Galaxy S3, I have something like this: --- Entry #20 --- Binary Type: 0 (AP) Device Type: 2 (MMC) Identifier: 19 Attributes: 5 ...


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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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Are you sure that KingoRoot did not root your device? It is reported as working for the Samsung Galaxy S3 Lite. Please verify with a Root Checker if you have root. Another known method for that device is DF ROOT (direct download). This app may be in Portuguese, so if it is, here are the instructions in English: Open DF-ROOT. Go to "Fazer Root." Choose ...


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Till i understand, factory reset will completely erase all data which includes all settings also. So are you sure you have factory reset your device? As mentioned here if you have USB debugging ON on your device you can follow this steps to disable lock:- How to Disable Pattern Lock via ADB You must have previously enable USB Debugging (Settings -> ...


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Make sure that the GApps flashed onto the phone after flashing the ROM is indeed supported on that ROM. If you are using the package provided by Cyanogen then please download Delta GApps below. The package provided by Cyanogen has some bugs. GApps for all KitKat+ CMs 1) Download the base package for KitKat 2) Download standard Addons for KitKat 3) ...


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The Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Neo is not the same as the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 SM-T210R according to the Samsung website, and the Neo uses a sim (2G or 3G). The SM-T210R is a WiFi device: http://www.samsung.com/us/mobile/galaxy-tab/SM-T210RGNYXAR-specs The Neo is a GSM device: ...


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Step 7: Don't have auto-reboot checked. (unless it says otherwise somewhere that I'm not aware of) Can you get into download mode with power + volume down ? power + volume up should go to recovery and if there is no OS to boot it likely defaults to recovery. If you can get into download mode, try finding a different compatible recovery like TWRP. I find ...


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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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The Samsung Galaxy S (not S2; S3; S4 or S5) uses a mini-SIM. The iPhone 4 uses a micro-SIM. Maybe Robert's answer, well, kind of missed the wood for the trees.


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After waiting a couple of days and not finding any answers, I restarted the device. It booted to a screen saying Firmware upgrade encountered an issue. Please select recovery mode in Kies & try again. I tried using recovery mode in Kies, but Kies gave me an error message saying that the device is not supported. However, I noticed that the text in ...


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I was having the same problem - plugged the Samsung cable into a dual charger with higher current capability (my wife left her charger at the cabin) and the phone quit complaining. An intelligent design decision - have the phone use more power to complain about not enough power during charging...


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I found only one app to reboot WITHOUT root. Real Reboot On my phone (Nexus 4) that is working, but only if you do not have the newest Android OS.


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al-e is right, but keep in mind that the menu changes depending on which tab/icon you have selected. Be sure that the "contacts" icon is selected from within the contacts app. Here are the steps I used for the Galaxy S4, including the step if you have multiple gmail accounts. Open contacts app Be sure contacts tab is selected at the top Hit the menu ...



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