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My fon DUAL SIM ALWES ON..I WANT OFF BUT I CANT DOIT.PLEAZE HELP ME HOW ?


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There is no possibility of using youtube without an internet connection. Youtube doesn't even allow you to play music and such wil the screen is off. You would need to have a playlist on your phone in order to play a bunch of songs.


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Great answer, Suyash Barve. I hadn't thought of that possibility. Good answer, MANI, however this is abnormal under any of the top dozen browsers. Annnnd, antivirus apps just give you a false sense of security. Next time that happens, I'd use the shellcode below to investigate these four places. Get the android terminal app. ...


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(Just something you can try) I know what happened to you can be frustrating. It happened to me once when I accidentally uninstalled an android required app. You can try flashing a GApps zip package. That worked for me.


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CACHED DATA could contain : Precompiled applications to make them faster Saved databases Downloaded images/webpages from your web browser Data to be copied by some apps Thumbnails (light preview of images for faster rendering) You can clean it whenever you want. Since you have 6.1GB I bet it comes from your web browser.


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Cached data is basically temporary storage for your apps. You can clear it all and nothing will happen. In fact you should be clearing it regularly. Caching is basically storing already processed information so it doesn't have to be processed again and can just be lifted from the cache when needed. This includes things like Gallery thumbnails, the last ...


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Here are some threads from the xda-developers Galaxy S Relay 4G general forum which may be helpful. "[root]Alternative keyboard layout compilation" "[GUIDE] How to get good Ctrl and Alt keys in SSH while keeping Fn"


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Try a factory rest, and install the update again. How to Enter Recovery Mode on Galaxy Core 2 and how to do a Factory Reset 1) Take your phone and turn it off. 2) From your smartphone press and hold (at the same time) the power, volume up and home buttons for a few seconds. Recovery mode should be eventually displayed on your Galaxy Core 2. 3) Release ...


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Can you provide a screenshot? Also to deactivate the voice just go to Accessibility and deactivate Talk-back.


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The difference is so slight though that the difference will be unnoticeable, but the larger hard drive will be faster. As requested: http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/understanding-hard-drive-performance,1557-10.html In addition to the statement at the top in several diagrams you can see that hard drives with the same specs but different sizes have ...


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Back when I owned a Samsung phone this too would happen to me. I would have to flash a stock TW based rom and see if the network connection comes back. If so, I would boot into recovery and make a backup of EFS. Then reflash the custom rom, Then restore the EFS backup after you flashed the custom rom.


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If you can help it - get the entire front assembly (glass + LCD) if you are a novice with phone repairs and/or have never replaced a screen that requires lots of patience, some specific tools and a hair dryer. However, if you are ready for your quest (we'll call it a quest now) you will need the following tools (DO NOT PROCEED unless you have everything ...


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Check a wired connection to make sure your internet connection is OK. Turn off Galaxy Tab and check WiFi again from other devices. Reboot your wireless router.


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It can mean many reasons, maybe out of memory, incompatible app, problems to your ROM, conflicting currently installed apps and etc. Maybe you can try booting your phone to safe mode to remove conflicting apps . You can also try rebooting your phone. Hope this may help!


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Was having issues with my s6 staying connected to open aps. Made sure the smart network switching was off, wiped cache and messed with other settings. Nothing worked. I opened up the AT&T smart WiFi app and adjusted the settings for public hotspots. No problems since making the change. I disabled the app no problems staying connected.


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You can easily view processor wake-ups without root access. If you’re running Android L, processor stats can be viewed by going to Settings > Battery and select an application from the list. Look at the overall percentage of battery used by every app. Watch for apps that have a long ‘Stay awake’ duration that were running in the background. Watch for long ...


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The usual basic solutions: clear your cache (and do it frequently), Uninstall unnecessary apps, moving apps to sd card (if available). Apart from these, what I do is manually move some of the App's data folders in internal storage (Android/data and Android/obb), to external SD card (usually huge games that are taking lot of space), and move them internal ...


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but still saying storage space running out this probably refers to the internal memory of your device. Apps are by default stored on the internal memory. What you can do to increase the available space on your internal memory is the following: Move all media files (your photos/ music / videos) to your external SD-Card. You can use a file explorer to ...


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After reviewing some user-agent strings, all native Samsung browsers I saw use WebKit. There are particular idiosyncrasies when working with this family browsers amongst devices, and a lot of weird behavior. According http://stackoverflow.com/a/19551809/489396 there is some "value added" by Samsung to the AOSP browser.


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Not entirely sure what it does. Never really looked into it. But I just cleared data/cache for my download manager on my Nexus 6 and all my downloaded files are still there. Edit Just to clarify, the downloads are still there if you navigate to the folder with a file manager. However they no longer show up in the "Downloads" app. Device: Nexus 6 Android ...


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You performed your recovery flash semi-correctly. When you flash recovery to Samsung devices, Galaxy tabs to be more specific, you first need to uncheck/disable the auto restart function in Odin. When the recovery flash is complete [res-ok] , disconnect the tab and manually force reboot to Recovery. Then reboot as normal, otherwise the OS re-writes the ...


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MortPlayer will play your .m3u playlist after extracting it using the above program.


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I believe you have an app installed that monitors other apps. For example, an app called earn talktime does the same. These apps launch other apps (on installing and updating) for monitoring whether that app was installed through their offer or not. Simply uninstall any app like that and the issue would be gone.


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Follow these instructions: Root your mobile Using ADB delete the file under /data/system/gesture.key for Gesture or /data/system/passwd.key for Password/PIN. Reboot your mobile If you were using a PIN ,it won't ask anything. You can directly start using your mobile. Don't worry about your data as it won't be lost.


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Try entering the lock pin for several times, the Google password recovery will popup and will ask you for recovery options. If the above recovery fails, nothing else will work. Just go and reset you phone. Here is a good tutorial for hard resetting your device. Tutorial for hard reset a Samsung device



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