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I turned on two debugging tools to show me where the user touches. One or both of these are implemented via Screen Overlays, so I have to turn them off, and stop debugging, until the settings changes are complete... On Android 6.0.1 Turn off Android Settings/System/Developer Options/Pointer location And you might need to turn off "Show touches" as well, ...


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I think you're looking for a feature called "Doze mode" in android. Its been around since Android Marshmallow (6.0.1) . If the phone is idle the device enters in a sleep mode, pretty much what you described in your first paragraph. It suspends all the background activity and saves battery for a long time. Doze mode is enabled by default in devices running ...


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flash open gapps on your device the required files for google now from any screen are missing you cannot get them from playstore you need to flash them from recovery


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I cleared data and cache from settings app and it's worked for me. Not factory reset and clear cache from recovery. I went into settings>apps>allaps,settings>storage and clear cache and data


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First I would suggest checking if there are any updates available, both for your MAC and Android File Transfer. Next, something you can try is clearing the cached data for the storage on your device. This has worked in the past for other users who have had similar issues with empty folders in the past. It's a fairly short and simple procedure that can't ...


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This can occur sometimes when your phone is doing a large amount of updates. Especially after a factory reset. Check to make sure there are not a large amount of apps being updated. You would check that in the play store under my apps. If there is a large amount of updates in que, you may want to stop them and download them over wifi only.


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Yes, and it's easy. Whether an app is enabled or disabled is stored in a single file /data/system/users/0/package-restrictions.xml. I took the following steps to re-enable the Google App and solve my bootloop problem: Boot the Android-x86 virtual machine in debug mode (i.e. append DEBUG=2 to the GRUB entry) mount the filesystem: su cd /dev # these ...


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Enable USB debugging as the first user(owner) and run, adb install -r filename.apk This will install the app for all users. Hope it helps


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For me (CM 12.1), it is still confusing. You have to go under Settings, Data Usage and then: make sure that both Data connection and Set mobile data limit toggles are ON below them, there is range of dates dropdown, which you can choose to see data usage of previous months. Click on it, and you will get a list of previous periods. now, you have to scroll ...


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I figured it out. You're all over complicating it. Go to settings backup and reset and then reset the network and connection part. It'll ask for your pin. Then it clears it all out



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