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There are 3 NFC modes. Taken directly from official Android Developer - Near Field Communication, Android-powered devices with NFC simultaneously support three main modes of operation: Reader/writer mode, allowing the NFC device to read and/or write passive NFC tags and stickers. P2P mode, allowing the NFC device to exchange data with other ...


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Before you flash the recovery, untick the Auto Reboot option in ODIN. Then flash the recovery. After flashing in done, reboot your device directly to recovery mode from download mode by pressing Vol up + Power + Home button together. Now you will see the TWRP recovery is booted in your device. Now you can reboot normally and your TWRP will be installed.


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Per this page, WARNING: Do not boot into Samsung's ROM without first applying our Root .zip. Samsung's OTA updates install /system/etc/install-recovery.sh and /system/recovery-from-boot.p, which cause Samsung's ROM to replace the recovery image you had just flashed with the stock recovery. Our Root .zip removes these files, thus preserving your custom ...


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Near Field Communication (NFC) from Android Developers explains (emphasis added and edited for clarity) Near Field Communication (NFC) is a set of short-range wireless technologies, typically requiring a distance of 4cm or less to initiate a connection. NFC allows you to share small payloads of data between an NFC tag and an Android-powered device, or ...


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That's because your Proximity Sensor is not working as it should. See Whats the use case of proximity sensor? . This could be due to software or hardware issue To check dial secret code # 0 #. See Samsung Galaxy A8 Secret Codes, Hidden Menu in Samsung A8. After reading the values follow steps here Try fixing with apps like Proximity Sensor Reset App or ...


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Android devices have an item called About phone or About device – usually directly in the Settings menu (scroll to the very end), but some manufacturers like Samsung often move it into a Sub-Menu like Settings › System. That page gives you the most essential details, but by far not all. If what you need cannot be found there, you might need 3rd party tools ...


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You should be able to restore factory settings by flashing the Samsung stock ROM using the official Samsung tool named Kies. The procedure is explained here. Your device name should be Samsung Galaxy Avant G386T. Alternatively you can try Odin. The procedure is explained here. You must be aware that Odin is not supported by Samsung. Using it incorrectly or ...


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It's because your s7 edge from Verizon has locked bootloader and you cannot flash a customer recovery via Odin due to twrp not being an official samsung signed tar or md5 file and your phone rejects it.. also because your not rooted either and may never be unfortunately.. I'm in the same boat and recommend disabling verizon ota updates with package disabler ...



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