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Try to change the channel of your wireless router. Maybe it was caused by the congestion of the working channel(Maybe channel 1).
It's a current issue with the bootloader in the 4.4.4 OTA upgrade. There are two solutions: If you still can, You should unlock before you accept the 4.4.3 or 4.4.4 upgrade (but in your case, it's too late as you have already upgraded to 4.4.4) or you need to manually upgrade the bootloader on your device to get rid of this bug. There is a thread on the ...
Well, I am not a developer so I wouldn't give you reasons technically but as far as the feasibility is concerned then I would say yes their is a possibility of doing the same.
Adding any number of duplicate SSID's is possible if you have a unique IP address. In lay man's terms SSID is nothing but just an identification given to that particular network given to distinguish that network from others for simplicity. What defines that network is it's IP Address.If you have a conflict between an IP address then it may be a real ...
No, not all Android devices have USB-on-the-go support. GSMArena claims that your device doesn't, but they'll only be going on the specification. The tool could be reporting that your phone has the software support for acting as a USB host, but unless the hardware also supports USB-OTG, that's not going to help you.
I had this issue but found older versions of YouTube online (freewarelovers.com), downloaded the APK file through my phone browser and it installed. Now it's working fine. I did have to take a gamble regarding which version to download but I used 2.3.4. (I used to have version 4.4 but couldn't find it online.)
The above does give your answer I am only going to explain it in brief Following are some of the ways through which key logging is done. Google:-Whenever you open the Google search and type your search it will be stored for the future to do things like auto-complete, display advertisements in your phone etc. T9 dictionary:-Whenever you enter a custom ...
No, stock Android doesn't record everything you do in a day. There are a few things to bear in mind, though. First, because Android is open-source, the manufacturer, and your carrier if you bought the phone from a carrier, can change the OS however they like. They might have changed it to add a log like you describe, so though Android itself doesn't record ...
As you already pointed out in your question, it's a matter of intervals. Of course, turning it off-and-on like a cars indicator light is more power consuming than simply leaving it on – and turning it off for 12 hours does really save juice. The matter is to find the right "interval". Not quite up-to-date anymore, but still sufficient for the "raw ...
I've recently removed the Google account on phones with Android 4.4.2 and 4.1.1. As far as I can judge nothing got deleted.
Turning the wifi on and off is more energy efficient than leaving it on all the time. I cannot think of a way to statistically prove this since the power consumption is influenced by other factors. For better battery life I can recommend greenify, turn off all location services and disable the "always allow network scan" in the wifi settings.
The app drawer is a part of the launcher app, so you can replace it simply by switching to a different launcher. Just install a new launcher of your choice that works the way you like.
Using "Bookmarks Sort and Backup" https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.happydroid.bookmarks you can copy your bookmarks from the default Android Browser to your /mnt/sdcard/BookmarkSB/ directory. The filename will include a datetimestamp so you can easily tell which file you just created. They are regular bookmarks.html formatted ...
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