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I don't have same phone but my phone is running 5.1.1 as well so I think I can help. Have you tried changing these : Settings -> Language & input -> (speech) Voice input & Voice wakeup . P.S. I can not add a comment


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Go to https://www.google.com/settings/accounthistory/audio and turn on voice searches and commands.


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I got in touch with the help desk for the TreehouseGo app, and they told me that it's not even an option to let the app use the SD card; although they did say that it was a great suggestion and that they would consider implementing it.


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Here are some threads from the xda-developers Galaxy S Relay 4G general forum which may be helpful. "[root]Alternative keyboard layout compilation" "[GUIDE] How to get good Ctrl and Alt keys in SSH while keeping Fn"


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You can also simply disable email checking from one application. For Email: Settings-> [Account] -> Sync Frequency, set to never.


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You cannot uninstall Email as it's a system app. Either disable Gmail or Email from Settings->Apps->All . Or root your phone and then uninstall it using apps like System App Remover If you can't do either of the above two, just somehow try to logout from either Gmail or Email so as to avoid double mails. Or if you just don't want those notications alone, ...


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Found the answer by myself at last, when you call that person there will be a change sim option in the top right hand screen, by choosing that we can change the sim preference and also the next time we call that person phone will ask for which sim to call.


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It is just a name for the device that the manufacture put there. Change the name, call it what you like, it does not matter. The pop up is part of Windows and will call on the device's real name (what the manufacturer called it). This device name is embedded into the your mobile device and can not be changed without going down to a low level of ...


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1 - In your homescreen, press and hold on a free space to get to this menu 2 - Click on the up arrow to enter advanced settings and you'll be presented with a screen like this 3 - Scroll down till you get to Drawer Settings(Do not confuse it with Homescreen Settings). In the Icon Labels options change it to Show


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I'd wager that you're using Cyanogenmod or CyanogenOS with a custom theme. The fourth icon in first row belongs to AudioFX, quite common in Cyanogenmod. If that's the case then go to home screen, press Menu button. You would see options such as Wallpapers, Widgets and more. Swipe up that dialog and change Icon labels under Drawer Settings from Hide to ...


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I don't need your password to access your data. I can disassemble your device or put into special mode that allows direct access. If your data is not encrypted I can pull your drive and connect to my pc to access.


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Seems like you own a Samsung device. Go to your Settings where you can control the gesture settings and look for (I think it's called) "Quick Check" - the gesture where you wave your hand over the turned-off screen to see notifications and the clock. May be useful but I didn't use it that much.


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You can access this setting by downloading Nova Launcher from the play store. Once installed hold down on any empty place until the add options coome up. Then click on activities and drag it to an empty place on screen. Now a list of activities will be displayed. Scroll down to settings and click on it. Now scroll down to apps with usage access. Hold it for ...


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On my Galaxy S5 KitKat, Notification Access is under Sounds and Notifications


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Samsung S4 - None of these answers worked for me. However, I went to app manager in settings. Tapped on the hidden button in the lower left corner of my screen (in the black area) and tapped on "Uninstall Multiple". Then tapped the box next to the Hola (whole lotta shit!) application and was able to uninstall it. This one was a pain in the ass to ...


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it's some time ago that this question was asked, but here is my solution. Maybe it will help others to deal with this annoying vibrations... public class MainActivity extends ActionBarActivity { private TextView tvNullPtr; private String TAG = "MainActivity"; @Override protected void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) { ...


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Note: I've tested this solution on CM12. Three answers saying the same thing but are rather extreme in their approach. I want to remove one query out of dozens I made. Why should I remove everything just to remove one? Not fair! First things first: In Android, it's possible to search for a specific setting by clicking the magnifying glass in the ...


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On Android Lollipop, Settings > Apps > ALL > Settings > Clear Data A confirmation dialog asking "Delete app data?" will open and on pressing OK the Settings app menu closes by itself and your previous searches won't be displayed. Note: This will not change/affect your Phone Settings anyway but only clears the Setting's App Data.


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Clearing the Settings App data will not reset any of your settings to their original state, but should clear the search history. In the settings, navigate to your apps and find Settings and tap on Clear Data. The app should close and when opened back up, the search history should be cleared.


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You can try to clear cache or data of Settings application. Do this by opening the Settings application and opening Apps. Scroll sideways to the All tab and find the Settings application. There press the Clear cache button. If this does not help try pressing the Clear data button and confirming the action.


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No, high accuracy mode without WiFi is not the same as device only because The mobile network provider location source is also used in high accuracy mode but not device only. Assisted GPS may be used to reduce the time to get a location fix when you use a network connection, either WiFi or the mobile data connection. "Download GPS assisted data only over ...


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Sorry for the post on an old message, but this seems to be one of the higher ranking Google results for this and I still haven't found much of an answer elsewhere. Good news and bad news: good news, Izzy's right; bad news, it probably won't help much. I found my open tab info under /data/data/com.android.chrome/app_tabs/0. But they don't seem to be stored ...


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You need to install a "Root Firewall" in your mobile by which you can control the Internet connectivity of all apps (including system apps). They also offer to block only Data connection and not wifi connection for a specific app. The app I'm using is "AFWall+" (free). Note: This type of apps only works on Rooted android phones. Here is the greate ...



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