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In this respect, there is no difference between regular PC and Android. The terminologies, however, is slightly confusing. System memory refers to the storage space that is used by system files, and Device memory refers to all storage space. Device memory does not refer to RAM. Your device's RAM can be seen in Settings -> More -> Application Manager. ...
Now I realize that as to the first part of the question, as pointed out, the Storage screen is displaying information on internal storage (excluding SIM card storage space, external SD card storage space, and RAM memory which is just a temporary storage location which is on a separate chip and does not serve as a persistent storage location). The reason I ...
you should check which is the first notification after your notification light is turned on automatically, most probably that app is the one that is overwriting your permission, and as per my observation most of the apps that can access notification light have an inbuilt option in their settings to disable led notification, you should try disabling it from ...
You CAN'T just change the model number/name. What you have to change is the DPI setting of your phone for this specific app. For that, follow up this explanation to do so with XPosed: http://highonandroid.com/android-apps/how-to-run-apps-in-phone-or-tablet-mode-on-any-rooted-android-smartphonetablet/
Here is something that might work. Click on Report in the dialog you see. When you get to the Report area, drag down Notifications and go to settings. In settings, go to Apps and find Launcher and clear it's data by clicking on Clear data.
The PUC (PUK) is a SIM-specific code assigned by the service provider. - Personal Unblocking Code (Wikipedia) That means you cannot change it with help of your android device. If you want to crack it you must watch this video Video is about 'Rooting The Sim' by Karsten Nohl at BlackHat 2013. In this video Nohl showed vulnerability that almost ...
all right, i got exact same issue as you described. i was listening the TunelIn Radio then i got the cover of the radio show on the screen lock background. i did the following to get rid of the cover photo: open any app (not build in by Google) on your device, lock the screen before the app is full running, then unlock , the lock screen background should ...
Last but not least, the Lollipop lock screen shows full-screen still images from multimedia content being played from the device -- so you might see a graphic from a TV show or cover art from an album, depending on what you're streaming. In my experience, however, the images don't seem to clear properly when the content is no longer being ...
You can use any email you want to register for apps. Use the forum one to keep app spam off the serious one. Remember, purchased apps are still on the primary Google account, no matter what other address you register the app account with.
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