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"Key Plus for LG G3, G Pro, G2" https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.apptuners.keyplusapp This app works for me, but only for volume down on lg g2 mini via http://www.reddit.com/r/lgg2/comments/2q6chq/app_key_plus_change_lg_g2_volume_key_shortcuts_to/ There is also G2 Tweaksbox but it depends on application which requires root ...


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A Galaxy S3 is to highly customised by Samsung that you can't install a stock settings app. It will corrupt/brick your phone if you try so. However you maybe could install the settings app of a galaxy s4 mini because it is almost the same. But I am not sure. do it at your own risk Hope my answer helped.


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Use Greenify and hibernate it. [You must be rooted.]


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I built a server on SAE (Sina apps). You can setup your captive portal server address to it. settings put global captive_portal_server liukebin.sinaapp.com Then, restart your phone. PS: Before that, you can validate the server is available. http://liukebin.sinaapp.com/generate_204


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A bit late I know, but I've just been having a similar problem with a Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini. This is how I got rid of it. I tried other ways, but found that if I turned the phone on and off again, the speech would come alive again. This was the only way I could kill it off for good. Go to Settings -> Accessibility -> Text to Speech and there will be a ...


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Android does not by default come with Turkmen support (the closest is Turkish). It would be possible for a ROM developer to add such support along with a keyboard that supported it (such as MultiLing). Language Enabler claims to be able to enable Turkmen on rooted Samsung devices running the stock Touchwiz firmware.


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There's a settings app in the application drawer.


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You can disable background data. That way applications will use data only when they're running in the foreground. For this, go to Settings > Data Usage Menu > Restrict background data


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Yes, just like for any Linux PC, you can install a Firewall to block wifi/mobile internet accesses and XPosed to keep track of all access attempts made to you device from programs. But unlike what Google and Samsung want to make you believe. Rooting your device is essential to allow you to have far better control of leaked data and unauthorized access. I ...


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After a long time of researching I found this useful link: http://www.gridshore.nl/2013/09/30/setting-up-keys-to-sign-emails-in-samsungs-android-email-app/ It seems to be the case that it is not trivial to make android to find the keys. You need to place them in a special folder with a special filename. But the worst is that samsungs email client ...


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You're right, in kitkat(and up) it maybe deleted from above address but, I found this on Lollipop 5.0.2 in : /system/priv-app/Settings/Settings.apk Hope you can find it. Edit : file founded in KitKat-emulator (API-19) with below address : /system/priv-app/Settings.apk Proof :


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I guess you installed Hola Launcher through Play Store so this is what you need to do: Open Play Store Go to My apps You will see a list of recently installed/updated apps. If you don't see Hola Launcher directly, scroll down and search it in the list. Tap on Hola Launcher to access detail information of the app Tap on Uninstall (the left button) to ...


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Wow, after a year of searching I finally have my own answer. I don't know why, but my unit would never update from 4.2.2. Any time I tried checking for an update, I would just get a "failed" message. I found these instructions for manually updating to 4.4 (KitKat) and that worked as well as introduced the previously-missing Users menu!



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