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Use easy cap ... easy cap is generally used for fpv in multirotors which has also the same purpose as yours. It takes an av input and decodes it to give an output in the phone. Check here.. http://www.amazon.com/EZ-Cap-EzCAP168-Capture-Software/dp/B008I679QG/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1464120381&sr=8-1&keywords=easy+cap


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i had the issue.....i long pressed on the overlay#1 window, dragged it down and then turned of the Developer options....hope it helps in a way


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Looking around, this reddit comment pointed me in the right direction. Using ES Task Manager I found all apps with a name containing "photo", and all were recently updated. Photo Collage Editor was the culprit. So if you don't like random ads forced on you, don't install this app: I'm sure there's plenty of other apps that do collages, and are made ...


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If you have source code of frameworks, you could modify dim duration in PowerManagerService: private static final int SCREEN_DIM_DURATION = 7 * 1000; private static final float MAXIMUM_SCREEN_DIM_RATIO = 0.2f; private int getScreenDimDurationLocked(int screenOffTimeout) { return Math.min(SCREEN_DIM_DURATION, (int)(screenOffTimeout * ...


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I had this exact same problem on my Galaxy S6 recently. No matter how many attempts I made in different positions, the fingerprint reader decided, as it often does, that it simply wasn't going to accept my fingerprints. Frustrated, I had no option but to continue trying (and failing) to scan my fingers with ever-increasing timeouts because it wasn't giving ...


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Well I waited long enough and it finally gave me the password screen.


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Device is vertically upside down. Device is locked in Portrait mode and horizontal. Screen is facing the center of the Earth. I suggest you try Automate (user guide) as well as Tasker (free trial; user guide). Both of them offer the features you're seeking. A peek: (Click an image to enlarge it) Before I leave you here to tinker with ...


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May be this app all that you need. Also you can read more about MultiScreen SDK, but it more helpful for development purpose.


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I am not certain if there is the Nexus 6 is really using magnetic sensor to determine if it is in a holster but your mention of noticing this problem after prolonged use with a magnetic clasp makes it likely. If this is your problem then a refrigerator magnet is way too weak. Ideally, you want an AC current generated magnetic field, similar to the old days ...


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The Application which applies the overlay can be found using application permission manager. Simply go through the native application manager (or download from play store) and check whether any app has permission for "Draw over screen" or "Apply Overlay" or "draw over other apps".


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Is it a problem ? Not if it vanishes by increasing brightness a bit or moving out of shade. It is a problem if you see this with normal day time brightness Why does it happen? Samsung AMOLED displays are based on PenTile technology and manufactured by Nouvoyance ( Nouvouyance partners with Samsung and also supplies Pentile displays to other OEMs as ...



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