Tag Info

Hot answers tagged

3

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.


3

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 ...


2

After typing su, remount system as read-write with mount -o remount,rw /system Then make the steps in the solution. This should work.


2

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 ...


1

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: ...


1

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.


1

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.


1

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 ...


1

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 ...



Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible