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I rooted my phone and installed xposed framework. Then I installed the module, native clipboard repo: http://repo.xposed.info/module/com.dhm47.nativeclipboard in use:


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Workmate is correct: all USB chargers supply 5 V with current limited by the design of the charger. However, the device won't draw more current than it needs -- connect a 2 A capable device to a 500 mA charger, and it'll charge at 500 mA, but connect a 500 mA device to a 2 A charger, and it'll still only draw 500 mA. Battery fires and explosions are caused ...


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That could be done via ADB and a little scripting – though I'm currently not sure whether it might require root (surely you understand I do not want to try that on any of my working devices right now ;): #!/system/bin/sh for app in $(pm list packages); do pm clear ${app:8} done This snippet you could save into a file (e.g. clear_data.sh), or directly ...


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With Kitkat your chances for a "complete solution" without rooting are pretty much zero: the Android project has definitely screwed up here. No apps get full access to the external SD card, which rendered a lot of them unusable: file managers: you cannot use them to manage your external SD card. In most areas, they can only read but not write media apps: ...


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Storage on SD-card and internal storage are quite different. You can save files directly on the device's internal storage. By default, files saved to the internal storage are private to your application and other applications cannot access them (nor can the user). When the user uninstalls your application, these files are removed. Every ...



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