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Technically in Android you can alter SMS stored, so you can modify, them after received, and before presented to the user. Of course a malicious application can hide a received SMS and delete it before the user knows it. About a SMS modification before sent, no you can not, but you can modify the stored copy in your phone just after it has been sent. With ...


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Personally I noticed that if I move the device further back from the screen it seems to help.Try moving it a bit from the screen.


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No it can't. In this case its safer to use a backup app like Titanium Backup which can backup folder structure or full system and downloaded apps data + apk. it'll also keeps your Settings, Home & Lock screen wallpapers, app widgets, bluetooth pairings, bookmarks, call logs, WiFi Access points and every other data which will be backed up with Google or ...


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Try holding Power + Home together a few moments. it works on all Samsung phones. Also there's an alternative solution which works only on Samsung and Android 4.0+ phones (has to be activated in Settings > My device [tab] > Motions and gestures > Palm motion > Capture screen). It works by Swiping screen with the side of your hand.


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I had the same problem of not having my device appear on my Mac running OSX Yosemite. The only difference is that I am using a Galaxy Note 3. What made it work for me was to change the USB port. I think it may have to do with the COM port not automatically selecting or something similar.


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most of the time they will charge from a laptop usb and not an outlet.Also if you take it apart and disconnect the battery it will fire up 90 percent of the time.


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I am not sure with samsung account but I am sure it works with Google account, if you have backup and restore enabled from day 1 of the account setup. Then you will get everything back.


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The Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Neo is not the same as the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 SM-T210R according to the Samsung website, and the Neo uses a sim (2G or 3G). The SM-T210R is a WiFi device: http://www.samsung.com/us/mobile/galaxy-tab/SM-T210RGNYXAR-specs The Neo is a GSM device: ...


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Do your research on Samsung as they are not pentaband phones even though the S5 is the flagship phone. Pentaband means they will work on most carriers broadcast frequencies (still check first, "http://www.gsmarena.com/ is a good way to start & Wikipedia will tell you what Australian carriers use which frequencies for mobile data. Samsung also have an ...


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Step 1 : Download and install Language Enabler. ' Need Root ACCESS ' Step 2 : and, add Arabic language for Menu. Then go to Language and Input from Settings. Tap "Configure Input Methods." Step 3 : Uncheck the "Use System Language" check box. This unlocks the other active input methods for use. Select the check boxes for the keyboards and/or voice ...


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The solution is to downgrade to version 7.x of Google Earth. To downgrade, for example, download apk from here: http://google-earth.en.uptodown.com/android/download/52238 You will have to enable installation from unknown sources: http://gs4.wonderhowto.com/forum/enable-unknown-sources-android-install-apps-outside-play-store-0150603/ Then disable auto ...


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On my Samsung Galaxy SIII Neo (Android 4.4.2) I was able to solve my problem as follows: C:\> adb shell and then # su # mount -o remount,rw / # cd /system/media/audio/ui/ # mv Shutter.ogg Shutter.ogg.bak This solved the problem.


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in response to you question : Part A yes you can go back to touchwizz any time you want by flashing an officiel firmware or by flashing a custom rom based on a stock rom. part B grab a firmware from this page grab Odin flashing tool from here install samsung drivers (here) unzip the firmware you just download you will get one file with .tar or ...


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Not sure but I think the camera shutter sound is hard coded and have a feature to disable it based on your location for legal issues (in some countries taking a picture without making a sound is considered a crime and can lead to 6 months of jail ) but there is a simple way to disable this by : install xposed installer on you phone grab the apk file from ...


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The tablet isn't meant to connect to cellular networks. The built-in firmware has no support of USB 3G dongles and doesn't support OTG. That means it can't directly connect. You can use a smartphone and create WiFi hotspot for sharing it's Internet connection to the tablet.


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After typing su, remount system as read-write with mount -o remount,rw /system Then make the steps in the solution. This should work.


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I'm just trying to understand what your question is and give you an answer to it... The GT-P5210 has the Wi-Fi module so it can connect to devices that create a wireless network. If the "external internet modem" you're talking about has the capability to create a wireless network then you're good to go. If your question was something like "can I make ...


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Direct-copy from Samsung Knox official support: My device displayed the notification: “Unauthorized actions have been detected. Restart your phone to undo any unauthorized changes.” What do I do? During regular security checks of the Linux kernel, the system has detected that the kernel has been modified. Possible causes: You may have ...


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It is not possible to change the PIN any more in the settings because everything except the alpha numeric password is greyed out. The solution is Tasker together with Secure Settings: Create a task "ChangePin", add an Action "Plugin", "Secure Settings" and choose "Password/Pin" under "Dev Admin Actions" as Action. Choose "Enabled", "Pin Code" and enter the ...


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Hopefully you made a nandroid backup... if you are able to get into download mode you should be fine. Put the device in download mode. Have the device connected to the pc. Open odin. Make sure that odin recognizes the device. There should be numbers in the first small box in odin above the ID:COM. Select your pda file by clicking pda in odin. Select the ...


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My best solution would be to open up the "MyFiles" Application (I believe the S2 has this) and transfer those songs to the default mp3 folder. If you experience issues with that I would recommend downloading and using a different music player application.


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Check if those songs are in a format which is supported by the music player you are using. If they are in Mp3, this is obvious. If not, check your app's compatibility. Check if the SD card is recognized by your phone at all: open a file manager and see if you see it and can navigate through it Check if your media player is looking in the SD card: go in your ...


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No, I don't believe the SGS2 Plus supports Miracast. This feature comparison shows the other phone having it but not the S2. However, from my understanding, since Wi-Fi Direct is supported it shouldn't be extremely hard for someone to get Miracast working on the device. This has been done for the regular SGS2, though I do not completely understand those ...


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you could ask your carrier to disable your old sim card and enable a new one (which you need to get) with the same number.


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These errors are not normal, I don't have them. For the google talk error, do you have hangouts installed? And for the g+ error, have you tried reinstalling the app, or a full factory reset.


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No, this is impossible. If I were you, I would send a broadcast message to all of my contacts regarding my new number.



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