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The "disable" buttons will essentially "freeze" a system application. System applications are the applications that come pre-installed on your phone - unremovable apps such as the browser, the gallery, the people app, and so on. Disabling one of these apps will stop the app from doing anything. It'll be removed from the app menu, other apps will no longer ...
Under Settings, Wi-Fi, , Modify Network, Advanced Options, IP Settings, you should have a choice of Static or DHCP. Choosing Static adds input boxes for IP address, Gateway, Network prefix, and DNS. If you don't have this, I suggest trying a third-party app such as WiFi Manager. Finally, if you're really talking about where in the filesystem this is ...
I did it a few days ago for the same problem (CyanogenMod M8 for i9100): I didn't lose anything; It fixes the problem =)
You can't change the app store country, it's determined by the carrier you use. you can try searching the internet for the app you want in apk. In china facebook is blocked and google play doesn't allow you to download it, but it's freely available elsewhere online in apk format.
Thanks alot. Cleaning Settings Data has helped me instantly. Since I'm using Go Launcher and other stuff, I coulnd't find a proper to get to app details of settings. If you have Clean Master, it's easy. Open it. Go to App-Manager - Uninstall - Pre-installed Apps - Cannot Unistall [at the bottom] - Click on "Settings" - Details. There you go.
Yes, it's possible. Some devices even have an official (branded) adaptor for doing this, such as the Asus Transformer TF-101. As you surmise, though, if the tablet doesn't support it, external convertors are quite unwieldy and typically need their own power supply, as they typically have to buffer a whole frame at a time in order to work. Newer data ...
I had the same problem where settings would keep on crashing. I just got the snapshot today and it did the same thing. After experimenting I fixed it by going in the app drawer and holding on setting, opening its app info, and clearing data. It now opens and works well. I hope this helps.
I found that by tweaking the following settings, the overall performance of my phone had increased. Go to Settings > Developer Options Scroll down to Window animation scale and change the value from 1X to .5x (if you want faster performance you can turn this setting off). Do the same for Transition animation scale and Animator animation scale. In ...
Pattern, PIN or Password screen lock is required, because there were still user certificates stored in the device. Go to Settings -> Security and pick Clear credentials.
You can configure the default search engine for the address bar by going to Chrome menu > Settings > (Basics) Search engine. Search The Web
Goto Settings>Location and Security>Device administrators Remove the check mark from Afaria, and select Deactivate, then remove the application
You can use the Drony application to authenticate with your proxy.
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