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From adb shell: am broadcast -a android.provider.Telephony.SECRET_CODE -d android_secret_code://<secretcode> Where <secretcode> is the code without the asterisks, e.g., 4636. This is more effective than the DIAL action because it's direct and does not rely on the dialer to parse the code and fire the secret code intent itself. (Some dialers ...


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Short answer: because it's Adobe Flash on Android Most apps and websites are shown in the Web browser. This is a native app with lots of optimisation and hardware acceleration. This makes it possible to load large websites on your phone. The same is true for games: all game code exists when the app is installed on your device. This way, the code can be ...


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Voice control apps are plentiful, and a few will work with screen off. Keeping the camera on all the time would chew up resources too fast so I doubt you'll find a solution there. This kid has an app that will let Google Now listen with the screen off and then another app that will let you add additional commands. http://rsenapps.com/


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The difference is so slight though that the difference will be unnoticeable, but the larger hard drive will be faster. As requested: http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/understanding-hard-drive-performance,1557-10.html In addition to the statement at the top in several diagrams you can see that hard drives with the same specs but different sizes have ...


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You can reset your device from Settings->Backup & Reset. Or otherwise if your device is in 'locked' state and you have forgetten PIN you can use your google account on the device to unlock it. you will only need you google account password for that. There is no maximum attempts to unlock the device.


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If you are modifying the system directory you have root. If you have root, the device came pre-rooted or you used a one click method or you have a custom recovery installed. If you have a custom recovery installed the approach is to boot to recovery and connect the device to pc. Open a terminal and run adb shell mount /system. Then run adb pull ...


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I am not familiar with the system/etc/parameters directory. What you have done is altered the system configurations that appear to be used at boot. You would have needed to install a custom recovery when you rooted your device. Fastboot is ,in essence ,the equivalent of that recovery except it is included in the Android SDK(Software Development Kit).Most ...


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We also had this problem with our Samsung Tablet. Leaving it charging for over 48 hours untouched seemed to make it stop restarting. Try leaving the device charging for a long time and see what happens. Eventually the device should have enough charge to prevent it from restarting.


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Did you rooted your tab,If not try clear cache on recovery menu? To go to recovery menu while powering on press and Hold POWER + VOLUME up BUTTON, when the Samsung icon comes up leave the buttons. If this method not working, Try below method Root your tab then clear/wipe dalvik cache on Recovery menu.


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It might be some hardware issue try changing the hardware buttons to software buttons or interchanging the buttons for power and volume this might help



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