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Well, after much testing, found the destination MicroSD card had file structure corruption, causing the problem. It was resolved by mounting the MicroSD card on a PC, copying all the good files to a desktop folder, running gparted to unmount and reformat the MicroSD card, and copy the files back once the formatting completed. Rooting was not required to ...
You need to root your phone and use a file management app that supports root access in order to copy and delete files from /storage/emulated/0.
You can delete the photos via the Google+ app or web interface. From the left-hand menu, click Photos. If you haven't turned on auto-upload and don't want to, click Not now to get rid of the prompts. Then, if you're in the app, open the menu that slides in from the left again, and choose Albums from the menu; or in the web interface, click More on the top, ...
You can block pop ups for all sites in the chrome setting however I still get those spammy pop ups even after blocking pop ups for all sites in chrome beta.. All those pop ups you get saying that" your device has virus" or" your device is running slow" are absolutely spam. Those have no relation with your device. Their main motto is to mislead audience and ...
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There's an important distinction to be made: Android in its stock form, and Samsung's version of Android, with the Touchwiz framework. The Touchwiz functionality for the eyeball recognition works with only with apps 'native' to Samsungs Touchwiz version of Android. Apps like Samsung SMS, Samsung Internet, Samsung Gallery etc. Air Gestures can be ported ...
Firstly you are saying there's no option to format the memory card in fat32 on Windows 7. Which version of Windows 7 are you using??? I have windows 7 home premium and ultimate both have the fat32 as default, infact they have four options to format i.e ntfs, fat, fat32(default), and exfat. And secondly yes you will need to format that memory card in fat32 ...
I'm O2 UK as well, and at 4.3, my phone is 'up to date'. This article suggests we'll be getting Kitkat, but not quite yet. If you look at comparable previous releases from Samsung, I think we've still got months yet.
In the US, updates generally come through the carrier. Each carrier has to test & approve the update; so if an AT&T S4 has the 4.4 update, that doesn't mean that the Verizon version has been approved.
After enough frustration with this issue I actually moved to a custom ROM. This mainly happens due to rotation as mentioned by Colin I used to face this issue when I had the phone in landscape mode, in an app and then locked the phone! When it came back on there was major juggling and it used to end up this way! Software Fix: Pray that samsung fixes it! ...
My best guess would be an issue that is causing part of the render process of slide lock to take place in landscape mode. I have no idea why that would happen although I have had some strange screen rotation issues with my nexus 7 and a factory reset did indeed fix it. But since you don't want to turn to that here are some suggestions: -Try locking ...
Factory reset is the only solution. At the very least it will exclude software issues.
The SHV-160K is a version of the phone only made for the South Korean market. It works in the US, but only on GSM, not 3G or LTE, because the US cell networks use different frequencies to South Korea. (The Western half of S America uses the same frequencies as the US.) This tells me that it should work as a 2G phone for you, but perhaps there's no GSM ...
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