New answers tagged samsung-galaxy-s
I think if your phone is 16 gb the max you can go with ext sd card is 16 gb any bigger and the phone doesn't know what to do so 32 won't work that's what they told me for my galaxy s2
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
Go to Settings > wireless and network > mobile networks. In the network mode, select GSM only. I was having the same issue, and this step solved the problem.
You don't mention which Android version is running on your device. With < 4.0, chances are close to zero: without root access, you cannot access those places. With 4.0 and up, you theoretically would have the possibility to use adb backup (see e.g. our backup tag-wiki). Thing is, you have to approve that from your device by tapping "OK" on the ...
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