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Go to Settings > Apps in your phone. Find Chrome. You will find an "Open by Default" option for anything you have asked it to open earlier. Clear it.


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In addition to the solutions from Matthew and Vivek, using a terminal emulator app or using adb shell, do getprop ro.boot.wifimacaddr It would give you the MAC address for your wireless chip. Alternatively, check the contents of the file /sys/class/net/wlan0/address: cat /sys/class/net/wlan0/address That should give you the MAC address. Make sure you ...


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Check settings > WiFi . From there click three dot or option key and navigate to advance settings. There you will find Mac address of your device.


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You can run ip address from a terminal or adb shell to get the MAC address. Specifically, ip address show wlan0 will give you the MAC for the Wi-Fi chip on most devices. The address is shown after link/ether on the second line: 22: wlan0: <BROADCAST,MULTICAST,UP,LOWER_UP> mtu 1500 qdisc mq state UP qlen 1000 link/ether a0:b1:c2:d3:e4:f5 brd ...


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I had the same problem and it turned out to be an app containing incorrect codes that kept searching for Bluetooth devices in background even if the app was closed (it was a BT Messaging app).


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As your device is rooted, you could directly edit the /data/misc/wifi/wpa_supplicant.conf file and remove the networks there. The block for each network looks like this: network={ ssid="network_ssid" psk="secretpassphrase" key_mgmt=WPA-PSK priority=1 } Remove the blocks of the networks you want to get rid off, save the ...


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One possible but very tedious and hacky solution is to host the SSIDs on a Wi-Fi AP you control, so that they are visible on the S7. Then you can "forget" them through the normal Wi-Fi settings page. The list of saved SSIDs can be retrieved (but not altered directly!) with third-party Wi-Fi management apps. Having an access point capable of hosting "guest" ...


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On the ZTE axon mini.. Goto your lock screen then swipe from bottom to top while phone is located, that brings up the gallery for the lock screen... Pick a wallpaper and that it.... For Android lollipop...


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Yes, you can disable Settings if you have root. From a root shell or terminal: pm disable com.android.settings Run it again, changing disable to enable, when you want to use it later.


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Its based off Sense's dock icons. Go to the sense launcher and set the dock icons and then set the launcher back to nova.


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Go to Settings—Security. Under Advanced, tap Trusted agents as shown below. Tap Smart Lock (Google) to Enable\Disable it. You can also drag the switch to the Right\Left side to Enable\Disable it.


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For rooted users: to enable unknown sources use terminal emulator put command; su settings put global install_non_market_apps 1



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