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Phones and tablets (especially cheaper ones) generally don't have much storage space, and their other components are not that powerful (low memory, slow processor, etc. The Operating System that runs on them must therefore be kept to its absolute minimal size, and be heavily optimized to the very specific hardware inside. For example, in order for Windows ...


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check your AndroidManifest.xml and see if you have below prezented: <supports-screens android:anyDensity="true" android:largeScreens="true" android:normalScreens="true" android:smallScreens="true" > </supports-screens> There is no button for tablets :) you have to make it available for that type of ...


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You should go to McAfee settings there is an uninstall option somewhere in the settings , on pressing that McAfee will ask you if you would like to remove it from device administrators , continue with the uninstallation from there. And , for your immediate issue , I think your device has got a serious virus/malware or may even have been hacked , which is ...


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Aside from the usual battery-saving tips (like disabling data / Wi-Fi), you could use an app like Screen Filter to reduce the brightness of the device; this reduces power consumption. If available, you might also invert the colors in your reader app. For example, ezPDF Reader has a Night mode feature which makes the background black and the text white (as ...


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Which ROM? Check ROM-Settings -> "Active Display" -> then disable or Settings -> Display -> "Active Display" -> then disable I think good chances AOSP handles it in either one of these ways.


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I use an android app called Adaptive Rotation. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=ui.robot.rotate It adds the ability to rotate the screen in any orientation and it STAYS that way. So when apps want to rotate your screen and you want it in Landscape, it stays in landscape, or whatever your preferred orientation is. As its software it should ...


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Given that you and your friend both have the same tablet, this should be possible. Your friend will need to be rooted as well. Probably the easiest thing would be for him to perform a Nandroid backup which you then transfer to your tablet and restore. If this works, your tablet will be in the same state as his at the time he flashed, so you'll need to ...



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