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Not quite, no. When you uninstall a package, it also removes other data to do with that package: for example, the app's own private data, its data on the SD card, your default preferences for that app. It also tells any other interested apps that you've removed the app, via an intent broadcast. Other apps receiving that broadcast might take further action ...


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Well, updating your Android device can be established in two ways First Method: (Updating OTA or using some programmes like Samsung Kies ...etc) It's considered as one of the easiest and the safest method of updating your device firmware. Usually when the update for your device becomes available your carrier starts pushing the updates over the air, i.e. I ...


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Here's my checklist for a new (sub $350) Android phone Runs latest version of Android (or 4.2.2 at least) Plenty of RAM (at least 1 GB or more) A good display (IPS with good viewing angles and 250+ PPI. Gorilla glass protection, if available) Snapdragon SOC (preferably quad core or better when available) An appealing custom UI (e.g. Sony, MIUI, ZenUI, ...


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Facebook does indeed update pretty often with random bug fixes as well as security, performance and stability updates. Often this depends on the company as well as the urgency of the update. Security updates tend to be urgent and are often shipped as quickly as the exploits are patched whilst minor bug fixes might be accumulated first and shipped as a larger ...



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