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On my Samsung Galaxy SIII Neo (Android 4.4.2) I was able to solve my problem as follows: C:\> adb shell and then # su # mount -o remount,rw / # cd /system/media/audio/ui/ # mv Shutter.ogg Shutter.ogg.bak This solved the problem.
Not sure but I think the camera shutter sound is hard coded and have a feature to disable it based on your location for legal issues (in some countries taking a picture without making a sound is considered a crime and can lead to 6 months of jail ) but there is a simple way to disable this by : install xposed installer on you phone grab the apk file from ...
After typing su, remount system as read-write with mount -o remount,rw /system Then make the steps in the solution. This should work.
The solution is to downgrade to version 7.x of Google Earth. To downgrade, for example, download apk from here: http://google-earth.en.uptodown.com/android/download/52238 You will have to enable installation from unknown sources: http://gs4.wonderhowto.com/forum/enable-unknown-sources-android-install-apps-outside-play-store-0150603/ Then disable auto ...
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: ...
Try holding Power + Home together a few moments. it works on all Samsung phones. Also there's an alternative solution which works only on Samsung and Android 4.0+ phones (has to be activated in Settings > My device [tab] > Motions and gestures > Palm motion > Capture screen). It works by Swiping screen with the side of your hand.
The tablet isn't meant to connect to cellular networks. The built-in firmware has no support of USB 3G dongles and doesn't support OTG. That means it can't directly connect. You can use a smartphone and create WiFi hotspot for sharing it's Internet connection to the tablet.
I'm just trying to understand what your question is and give you an answer to it... The GT-P5210 has the Wi-Fi module so it can connect to devices that create a wireless network. If the "external internet modem" you're talking about has the capability to create a wireless network then you're good to go. If your question was something like "can I make ...
It is not possible to change the PIN any more in the settings because everything except the alpha numeric password is greyed out. The solution is Tasker together with Secure Settings: Create a task "ChangePin", add an Action "Plugin", "Secure Settings" and choose "Password/Pin" under "Dev Admin Actions" as Action. Choose "Enabled", "Pin Code" and enter the ...
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