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Follow the below steps if you forgot lock screen password. Enter a wrong lock screen pattern five times (shouldn’t be hard if you don’t remember the correct one) Select ‘Forgot Pattern’ Now you should be able to enter a backup PIN or your Google account login. Enter either your backup PIN or your Google login. Your phone should now be unlocked. You can ...
To fix it: Settings -> Location -> Mode Choose "Device only (Use GPS to determine your location)" Choose any other option to get the popup (e.g. "High accuracy (Use GPS, Wi-Fi and mobile networks to determine location") dialog ""Use Google' location services" is shown choose "Agree" Please refer below thread to know more. Geofence Error code 1000
How can we go to the Hidden contact when its hidden ????
If you click the share button while viewing the shot, you're given the option of sharing as a video file, which converts it to an mp4.
You can't exactly turn it off but b you can turn off all the edge screen features individually if you no longer need them
I have not really tried this, but a possible approach would be following the steps a custom recovery would perform when installing ("flashing") the .zip file – which can be found in META-INF/com/google/android/updater-script (after extracting the archive). For the Kitkat GApps archive, this looks like: ui_print("Installing files..."); ...
Ok, I found out. It's the "reached the data cap limit" icon. Note that it's not found anywhere. The icon is visible here, near "Data usage". The same icon will appear in the top notification bar. 
Your tablet is probably saving all your apps and files to your internal storage. You can start saving apps to your SD card or move all your large files onto your SD card manually. Setting your apps to download to your SD card Open the My Files app Navigate to your SD card, and create a folder called Apps Tap on the icon with four horizontal lines on the ...
This solution answers the question from a process perspective and details as relevant to your device have been linked (please do double check the version before downloading from links). Clarifications provided by you in our chat have been factored in. In short, it is as specific I can get to be without having the device and running through all the steps. ...
Short answer. TWRP. Long answer. Team Win Recovery Project, the custom recovery. Now bad jokes aside, I really wanted to stress how this is the thing you'd like. Using TWRP you can create an image of the entire phone and using it you can restore it to another (or the same) phone. It is very easy to use. You can install it using fastboot/ODIN. It works on ...
This happens because when you flash custom recovery from Odin and allow it to reboot on its own, Samsung's Recovery checking script checks if a custom recovery is present and overrides it with system recovery<3e>. To bypass that check you need to take your battery out as soon as the recovery is flashed by Odin (and before the phone reboots). As soon ...
Solution: Profile : Event > Phone Offhook Enter Task: BT On, WiFi Off, Mobile Data Off Exit Task: BT Off, WiFi On, Mobile Data On As long as your headset is paired and on, it should ...
What you can restore from Google is limited to what you backed up to it. Make sure to go here and remove your device so that the person who has your phone right now can not mess up with your Google account as well.
Just in case anyone finds this in the future. I figured out how to fix this. I had have a working phone to install verizon's upgrade assitant. It would not work from the exe I found on the internet. From there I had to install it in a virtual machine because it did not like Win 10. From there I simply plugged in my device and it restored it. Use this method ...
I think you should check Titanium Back Up. For me it's "must have" app when you are ROMs-Maniac and it makes life easier.
Yes, there is a way to hide it. But the options like USB debugging, if turned on, will remain turned on. It'll only hide the developer option. Steps: Go to Settings → Applications. Swipe and go to All applications.There will be an app called 'Settings' Click on it → 'Clear data'. Now, the Settings app will automatically close. Open ...
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