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Option 1 (no data at all) Go to Settings --> More Settings --> Mobile Networks --> uncheck "mobile data" The device will no longer connect to the internet, but continue to receive calls & text. MMS are not possible. Option 2 (data only for mms) (source) Go to Settings --> More Settings --> Mobile Networks --> Access Point Names --> Select ...


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You can have a look at this app


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If you prefer reset, and if it's only about your contacts and photos, you can sync them to your Google account. Go to Settings > Select "Google" under Accounts > Click on your Google Account and now select Contacts and People Details. For backing up photos from your phone, you can upload them to Google Drive using Google Drive App. After reset is ...


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The Galaxy S Duos allows for both SIM cards to be active simultaneously, meaning that you can receive a call on one SIM even while you are on a call with the other. What happens is that calls from your other SIM are forwarded to your currently active SIM's network, which you can put on hold to answer (this might incur additional network charges). You can put ...


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There are two applications that come preloaded on the device which can do this for you, "Fit" and "Heart Rate". You can start these apps by saying "Ok Google" or tapping the screen to bring up search, followed by the command "Start Fit" or "Start Heart Rate" which launch the corresponding app. Heart Rate's sole purpose is to show this information, so the ...


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Why would you want to do so? I don't think it's possible, at least on an unrooted phone. You can refer to the below discussions, they might come handy: http://superuser.com/questions/429097/how-to-disable-usb-charging-of-external-devices-in-windows-7 http://stackoverflow.com/questions/15993635/how-to-stop-the-phone-from-charging-via-usb-programmatically ...


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No. There is no way to do this. This is a "dumb phone" with 20mb of internal memory (nowhere near enough to run Android) and the hardware is completely incompatible. As for sites similar to Google Play, this isn't possible either. This device does not support downloadable apps. You may wish to look into something like the Moto E. It is a very good ...


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Install moborobo. Never fails. It will get you drivers automatically. Then download SRS root & it will root it in one single click.


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You can identify the app responsible by long-tapping the notification and clicking "App info" on the pop-up menu.


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Boot into recovery mode, and connect your device to your computer; then mount your device's internal memory/SD card and download the corresponding firmware for your device (ensuring that you have the correct firmware, or you will brick your device!). After this, flash the firmware via the recovery, bearing in mind that it will wipe the current version of ...


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It is legitimate. (Or as legitimate as an exploit can be. It isn't malware and if used properly has little chance of doing damage itself.) Obviously the usual cautions apply with rooting any device. You may void your warranty. Be sure to read through the forums at xda or other guides to be sure how and what can be recovered if something goes wrong because ...



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