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lock options for your device, from the Home screen, touch Menu Menu key > Settings Settings Shortcut > Lock screen > Screen lock.W hen you select the Samsung lock feature, Swipe (or the With swipe lock option), additional features become available by opening Settings Settings Shortcut > Lock screen > Lock screen options.For any other query you can check at ...


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Sorry I don't have a final answer for you, but I have some info that can lead you on your way. Sidebar: not all apps have to sit in the 2GB partition, you can use various Apps2SD apps, TitaniumBackup, or the built in app manager to move certain apps to the 10GB partition. Apps that run all the time (background processes, widgets, etc) should stay on the ...


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As suggested in the comments, try pressing the hardware "Menu" button: click for larger image On latest Android versions the overflow (ellipses) button is hidden in apps on phones with a physical Menu button.


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Download iRoot to your PC, supports alot of devices. Make sure you have the latest Samsung USb drivers for mobile devices. Enable USB debugging on target device, high quality usb cable.Connect device to PC, run iRoot, wait for iRoot todetact your device and finally click Root, wait for a couple os seconds and device is rooted!


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Try deleting the data and cache of every app that gives you this error. It's very common that this junk causes troubles because they were set up in other conditions of the Android SO.


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It may support root your galaxy core i8262 install stickMount then connect any usb drives on it.


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Install another app that can search trough your phone for music. Shuttle for example has option "Rescan library". Music Player scans your songs the firs time you open it and you can search trough folders for your music later.


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It is not possible, this isn't something you can turn on in the settings, it's a hardware issue. The Galaxy Ace does not support OTG, so it's not possible to use it.


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If you had Auto Backup turned on in Google Photos, you can retrieve them through your browser at https://plus.google.com/photos.


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The reason is that your phones does not support OTG cables, most android devices (70%) support OTG but some don't. The reason for this, is because your phone hasn't got the right hardware for it I have a tablet that doesnt support it and managed to get it to eventually working alright (It doesnt work in other apps, but you can copy the files at a fast speed ...


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If you are doing the replacement yourself, you're best to replace the entire front assembly. See the warnings as to why on this page. I would personally recommend the genuine item as I would have no idea where some other brand came from. I'd guess they would be refurbished items as these panels are made specifically for the devices. Using one might be a ...


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I too struggled with that. Kies is the problem indeed. Just throwing it in the trash did not work. You have to download it again to get the dmg and then use the uninstaller. AFT was not working on 2 boxes I have here (10.6.8 and 10.9.5) and after properly uninstalling kies, everything started to work perfectly.


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It is not a feature, it's a bug. I own a Galaxy Note 4. I unlock my phone with my fingerprint. I make a call over my Bluetooth earphone, then end it with Bluetooth. For the next call I have to unlock the phone again, although my security settings allow the phone to stay unlocked for 5 mins. If I do that without a Bluetooth device, there is no problem.


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You don't have an unlocked bootloader on your s5. I know this, because to date, there is no known unlock method for the bootloader. To restore to stock, uninstall safestrap (if applicable) then use Odin or Heimdal to flash a factory image.


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It was a really stupid thing. My phone's network mode was set to cdma while my country operates in gsm. It solved it.


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A reset (through the recovery) will remove all data from the user. If you don't want to preserve that simply follow the short guide: (Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UvD6ZCENlJA) 1. Shut down your device. 2. Enter recovery mode by holding Power, Home and Volume-Up at the same time. 3. When the screen turns on you can release the Power ...


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According to OP who supposedly asked Samsung's Support channels directly, So it turns out this is a problem with the latest version of Android on this device, Samsung were not aware of this bug but are now and it will be fixed in the next release!



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