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Create a dummy APN and select that as default. With this, even if you enable data accidentally via toggles, it would still not connect. PS: Added as an answer as suggested by OP
All memory caches are safe to be cleared, as they need to be designed as such since Android will clear them when memory get's tight. Caches stored to disc will include things saved. However, most applications either save to file or utilise an sqlite database. These can be backed up with a file manager e.g. es explorer and an sqlite manager e.g. the one with ...
Any cache can be cleared. Clearing the cache will not remove app settings. Read more from this closed question in StackOverflow (should be migrated here): What's the difference between clear cache & clear data in android settings
Please try this. To setup Proxy address on AVD: Go to Settings>WIRELESS & NETWORKS>Mobile networks>Mobile networks settings>Access Point Names add access point by clicking "+" button and then type favorite name for Name, favorite name for APN, fixed Proxy and port. If necessary put user name and password. To setup DNS address on AVD: Run below ...
Found it. I remembered installing a beta app from Cyanogenmod called Screencast which can be used to record the screen if you have a CM 11 ROM. When you start recording there is an option in the notification bar to Show Touches. I had enabled this when playing with the Screencast app, and it continues to track touch input even after you stop the recording. ...
I had the same issue. Unfortunately if you have tried to check\uncheck more than two or three times you will end up resetting your device. Explained here https://code.google.com/p/android/issues/detail?id=53130
on the galaxy s4 you can turn off the "predictive " text by going to settings in your apps. Settings...Language and keyboard. Hit settings (cog wheel) then turn off "predictive " text.
I recently connected a mouse through USB OTG cable to my friend's phone which suffered a similar fate. With the mouse almost all functions were possible including typing thorough the onscreen keyboard. The only thing that was not possible was to use the Home, Back and Menu soft buttons. I then installed Button Savior app to bring in a overlay soft buttons ...
With this app MyPhoneExplorer I can successfully lock, unlock and uninstall apps from my phone without using the touch screen. I have gingerbread 2.3.5 installed .
Do you have the "Developer options" menu under Settings? If not, you may have to enable it. Go to Settings > About phone and quickly touch several times (about 10 times) on "Build number". You'll see a toast saying "You're a developer now". Then you'll find the stay awake option under "Developer options".
I think you're talking about Expanded Desktops. Can't you disable it from the Power Menu? Image from phandroid.
Settings>Accounts>Backup and reset>Factory Data Reset
I read from a forum that for security reasons, the only way to change the owner is to do a Factory Reset.
I have a galaxy Note 2. I opened a new message and at the top of the screen is a keyboard symbol. I pulled down the screen to then be able to "choose input method" which I tapped on. I then tapped "set up input methods" and tapped the settings icon next to "Samsung keyboard" which then allowed me to de-select predictive text. I've now been able to customise ...
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