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Lux Lite (free) or Lux Auto Brightness ($3.80) From Lux Dash > Triple star icon, you can enable/disable Night Mode and change Night Mode's color temperature. Automatic color temperature changing at sunset requires the paid version.


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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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You also have to swipe before you can enter the password... which is also a bit annoying, but I got used to it and you can start swiping from the bottom to the right with your thumb in a bow shape, which is a bit more ergonomic I think. So I thing you just have to get used to it, or maybe a laucher can change this. Best regards Josef


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You need to be rooted to do this! Download and open any root browser. (I am Using Root Explorer for these instructions, ES File Manager works also) Go to System Go from Read Only to Read/Write Find Biuld Prop Open with text editor Find ro.camera.sound.forced Change the 1 to 0 Save Changes Reboot SOURCE: ...


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You can actually do it now. They rolled out Version 2.11.444 with an option to turn off Read receipts under the privacy settings. The update is not available through the Play Store at the time of me writing this answer, though - you have to download and install the apk from their official website. For more info check ...


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I found the issue is because I had disabled the Samsung Account app using CleanMaster's App Manager (which allows me to disable any app including system apps). Once I re-enabled it and updated it, I was able to sign in to my Samsung account and change the settings. I disabled (saved) and re-enabled (saved again) the SIM change alert feature, after also ...


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I manage to get it works by change the router wireless mode from 802.11n only to bgn mixed, or better option like Izzy suggests gn mixed


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It's in settings/storage at the bottom.


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In Chrome Settings there is an Advanced option Reduce Data Usage. It causes Chrome to connect to Google servers to deliver compressed pages. When this option is ON my proxy settings are ignored. When this option is OFF my proxy settings work.


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You need to enable your Wi-Fi for that option to be available for checking or unchecking. Seems like a bug since I don't see any reason why the Wi-Fi should be enabled for the option to be available for toggle.


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I would do that not only for the Gmail app but all the Gmail. Go to your desktop pc, log into your account, go to settings and configure Gmail to receive all your emails inside your account.


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Currently enabling the flight mode before reading a message is the only existing solution...


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For a Galaxy Note 3 Go to settings -> controls -> language and input, Click Samsung keyboard settings icon, deactivate auto replacement


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Got an answer on XDA, tried it, worked: http://forum.xda-developers.com/android/help/change-setting-missing-ui-directly-t2927313 Basically they suggested to change the setting in build.props but the phone didnt pick that up. So in the end I overwrote the default audio file with the one I wanted.


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This is due to Google Backup.Switch Google Backup off and your problem will be solved. Follow these steps: Open Photos app. From options goto Settings. Touch Auto Backup and switch the toggle On or Off.



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