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If you are using Marshmallow, make sure that you have requested the access: /** * Permission check for Marshmallow */ public void checkMallowPermissions() { if(Build.VERSION.SDK_INT >= Build.VERSION_CODES.M && ContextCompat.checkSelfPermission( getApplicationContext(), ...


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You will need to reflash the factory image, for whatever reason something got corrupted beyond what a normal factory reset could fix. Your only option now is to reflash the stock factory image and return the device to it's out of box state. http://zenfone-blog.blogspot.com/2015/06/guide-how-to-unbrick-asus-zenfone-4-5-6.html


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Answer from the BTsync support Did you disable 'Simple mode" in Sync settings -> advanced? If yes, then after scanning a QR code from another peer, to which you want to connect, Sync will ask you to pick folder location, and it's here where you'll be able to pick SD card. Please see detailed guide here. Else, you can start sharing from the mobile - ...


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I've made it! In order to not create duplicates, I post here the link to my working solution: Use sd card as internal storage and stop writing to internal memory for good


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You can try link2sd, use the first partition on SD as internal storage. I had many issues with link2sd, mostly related to app failing installation/upgrade


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The immediate red-flag is that you are using a Samsung EVO SD card. There have been a huge amount of counterfeits being reported, even from retailers like Best Buy and Target. It even made it on XDA, which explains pretty thoroughly what to look for: Fake Samsung EVO 64GB SD card - XDA It doesn't seem, however, that it would affect your Settings app in that ...


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It is possible on Galaxy S3, but that is the only device. See this thread: Sdcard Bootloader - Galaxy S3 on XDA You may be able to find more information on some of the later pages in that thread to see if your device will be remotely supported in the future.


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Ok, completely weird, but just taking it out, viewing it with a memory card reader and putting it back did the trick. Glad I didn't have to erase or format it. I'd like to know what went wrong originally though.


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Android Marshmallow and USB OTG Support confirms OTG working on Nexus 9 (Note: I have no way of verifying). Relevant extracts from the post ( missing text denoted by "....", emphasis added) But there is another feature that Android users have long wanted out of the platform that has come with Marshmallow: Native USB On-the-go (OTG) support...In previous ...


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Okay, this is related to App Install Location and behavior in question controlled by application manifest, specifically, by android:installLocation attribute (NB: by default system assumes internalOnly).


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Recovery is of two types: a. Stock recovery b. Custom recovery Stock recovery is the one that comes inbuilt in the phone (which you are using now).. The "Apply Update" option in stock recovery is same as "Install Zip", except that you can install only official updates using stock recovery. To install some other ROMs (OS) or for some other things like ...


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It could be that Telegram may misbehave when find those files missing. Anyhow. You can use command-line for the job. Setup adb in PC and execute this command adb shell am force-stop org.telegram.messenger # this would force-stop Telegram app. adb shell rm -rf /sdcard/Android/data/org.telegram.messenger/* # * means everything - all files ...



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