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In fact, after changing phone language, I should be allowed to set password based on my desired language. Your assumption here is wrong, at least for stock Android. Based from AOSP source code that handles the password input for lock screen, ChooseLockPassword.java, inside validatePassword() (line 292), here is a snippet that will show the "illegal ...


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No, there isn't any available because the runtime as well as the hardware with Android OS and iOS is different.


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If you have a rooted device, you most likely will not be able to install OTA updates (over the air). Factory resetting the device will not un-root the device so the best way of updating it is to do the following: Get the factory image you wish to install (in your case, lollipop) from the Google developers website Flash that image by following this tutorial ...


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Hi go to the contact you wish to share and there you can see the option share aand click it and select via message .


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Android OS is self explained. It's the Android Operating System itself and it's based on Linux. Android Kernel, you should read kernel in general from Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kernel_(operating_system) Rooting, is the method to obtain superuser access rights to the OS. Please read here for more info http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Superuser ...


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I think it's possible on the phone to amend the locations but it's definitely not possible to delete...to amend...Settings, Location and then Mode. This allows you to change which service to find you, be it Wifi, GPS or mobile networks. Then go back and click on My Places and select either Home or Work and you'll see a smallish map appear. Directly above ...


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Okay, same thing happened to me: I disabled the Google search (on Kitkat 4.4.4) because it was draining battery and then my homescreen disappeared. I restarted my phone and it got stuck on the four circles. Possible solution As strange as it might sound, once you have the four circles displayed, have someone call you and then the call screen will appear. ...


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Without root you can not change fonts on Android phone. But if you want to view webpages with Gujarati, Punjabi, Sinhala, etc., fonts download Firefox for Android and then get the Gujarati fonts addon (or gurmukhi-fonts-package or sinhala-fonts-package). Now you can view all webpages in respected fonts without any complex procedure or root. To write in ...


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As RossC said, yes it depends upon the developers how they keep the logic to detect the uniqueness. As I am too a dev (Windows App) and my preferred way is to keep the device id's over the cloud. So whenever the device gets internet on, it syncs with our servers for prior installations and it becomes easy for users to use it on multiple devices. Other easy ...


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The app may well leave a folder behind with some data in it. You would have to go and manually remove the folder(s) to ensure all data is removed. If you reinstall the app it will check that folder and know it was installed. An easy example is The Bard's Tale, the game. You install about 20 Mb of a file from the Play Store and open the game. The game ...


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How much does the build number of an Android OS matter? As a developer, I have never used it for anything significant (other than maybe analytics). Between the Vendor and Google, it does correlate to a branch/release of the AOSP platform. Your other question on OS 4.3 vs 4.4 and what are they key differences? Search "Android 4.4 vs Android 4.3 feature ...



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