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Disabling notification would not terminate the life cycle of apps, nor would apps use persistent notification to keep themselves alive. Normally background operations would be done in the background, and notification provides a means to display the result back to the user via the main UI thread. Notification in this context refers to elements such as toasts ...


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I'm not 100% certain, but I'm about 99%. If the app was made to run in the background disabling notifications shouldn't affect anything else. It should only prevent the app from pushing notifications.


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When something like this happens to me the first thing I do is stay clam (just a tip if you're stressed it makes things harder). Now just try doing a reboot. To do a reboot you need to hold down the power button until it asks if you want to shut the devicd off tap "Yes" or "Power Off". If that doesn't work try contacting the android developers.


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Have You rooted Your phone? Seems like accidently you have removed any one app which is required for gapps. The solution is to download gapps package for you android version and flash via recovery.


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While I agree that there's something wrong with your Google apps compatibility, I don't think those apps are compromised. Android SDK (Software Development Kit) provides some standard permissions that are listed on its official documentation (and some of the details on Android.SE). In addition of that, Android allows their developer to declare new ...


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Seems Like your Lock/Power Off button might have been stuck. Get it checked or keep constantly pressing it during boot up. Might just help.


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Just a suggestion: have a look at MyLocalAccount from FJ Softwaredevelopment. This app does represent a local contact account. This is helpfully for devices without local contact account (f.e. Nexus series) if you don't want to sync your contacts with Google servers. These contacts can be synced then f.e. with MyPhoneExplorer to your PC.


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the whole downgrading procedure for NVIDIA SHIELD on OSX is reported here: https://github.com/drtaglia/drtaglia.github.io/issues/13


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Where can I find stock or custom ROMs for my Android device? Also, if you like Lollipop, i suggest you use Nameless Rom. this Custom rom (Nameless) availabe on XDA : [ROM][5.0.2][Lollipop][Official][Nightlies] NamelessROM 2.0 Download Link : http://sourceforge.net/projects/namelessrom/files/n-2.0/n7100/ the best and faster Rom for now for Galaxy ...


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A great place to start would be on the ROM list for your device on XDA. There are many options available, so which one you want to install comes down to user preference. Please note that it will be required that you root your device, so proceed with caution as your warranty will be void. Your other alternative is building it yourself from source.


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Yes, flashing a factory image will completely wipe your device and will flash each partition back to 'stock', meaning all system apks will be back to their original version. If Google Play Services is the only app that you need to restore you can simply uninstall any updates by going to Settings > Apps > Google Play Services and clicking the 'Uninstall ...



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