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No theres no actual way of doing it unless you perform a factory reset from recovery mode which would be completely usless if you wanted to see things that shes got on there. Unless she has it all on an sd card.


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I spent one hour with T-Mobile tech level 2 (supervisor) on this same issue. I followed the advice above, enabled Show Hidden Files and, sure enough, all the way at the bottom was a .nomedia file. As soon as I deleted that, the photos and videos started showing up in the Gallery.


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I had a same problem, by uninstall google play service this symbol can be removed


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Reposted from comments by user154667: I installed 360 Security antivirus for Android, which detected a malware (that I removed). I deleted the history, cookies, cache, etc. I cleared the cache through some app manager, and it worked. I'm not getting those malicious websites now when I hit Back.


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Yes. They are just files and can be deleted as normal. There are probably several symlinks and aliases on your device that all point to /mnt/sdcard/, nothing to worry about there.


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I had the same problem on 6/13/16 with my Samsung Tab S2 and matching Samsung keyboard. In my case, the auto-update had apparently made the keyboard unrecognizable to the tablet. I decided to re-pair the keyboard with the tablet. To make the keyboard 'discoverable' by the tablet during its scan of nearby devices, I pressed and held the Bluetooth function key ...


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I recommend you to flash the stock firmware on your device. As you said you didn't know where to download firmwares for Samsung devices; I'll give you some information. Personally I always use a site called Sammobile. They host every firmware made by Samsung. The firmwares are 100% stock and won't trigger Knox. You will need to register an account on their ...


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OEM unlock is not a line in the build.prop file or any other user accessible file that we know of, it is a hidden flag somewhere (probably encrypted) and not in the ROM itself (flashing a custom ROM or completely wiping all visible partitions does not change the setting's state). Unfortunately, if you can't somehow access the Developer menu, you will not be ...


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Reset your app preferences. To do it Follow these steps. Goto settings and open apps On the upper part(different for every phone) look for three lines or dots. Tap on it and reset app preferences.


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Go to Settings -> SYSTEM(last tab in settings) -> About Device ->Tap on " Build Number" 7 times, this will enable developer mode. Go back one screen and you have a new menu option for "Developer Option" tap that and turn on USB debugging. Google for "Android File Transfer". Install and open the app, connect your phone to the mac. a directory browser will ...


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According to this post on StackOverflow the storage should be separated. Each user gets their own space on the emulated storage which other users cannot access to read or write (assuming the device is not rooted, in which case all of this goes out the window...). As far as installed apps are concerned, the fact that there are several installations of it on ...


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If you want to execute the automatic driver installation, just open the Windows Device Manager, select your phone (if it shows up) and click on 'Update Driver Software'.


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No, it is not possible to skip the "Installing Applications" screen. However, you can disable these applications in Settings. If you have root access you can also uninstall them completely. You can also change the firmware to a non carrier one with Odin. Be careful, because this can brick your device if not done correctly. Firmwares can be downloaded on ...


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Well, it DOES allow Lock Screen Widgets, I found, if the lock screen security is set to Swipe... instead of Password or other rigorous security options. Still experimenting with security options.


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Total Commander for android with LAN (Windows shares) works the best for me.. You can access the whole disk structure of your pc from the phone, copy move delete, if you just login via the phone.


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No, it will clear out the whole phone memory including contacts and other data but not the SD Card data. Before doing the factory reset, first save your data from phone memory and then go with the Format Factory procedure of your phone. Here are some best tips to make space and increase memory: 1.) Move all downloaded apps to SD storage. 2.) Remove all ...



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