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I managed to uninstall this way: I first attempted to uninstall the normal way (using Settings->Applications->app-name->uninstall), which kind of removes the ability to run it, but clearly does not uninstall. I ran Google Play and looked up the app. I saw that the UnInstall button was inactive, but the Install was active, so I tapped Install. Now I'm able ...
The workaround was to set the desktop backup password under Developer settings. It seems there is a bug in backup process. If you din't set a desktop backup password under the developer options settings the above problems occurs and your backup will eventually be incomplete(empty backup file). However I couldn't find an official source for this bug report ...
There was quite a bit of change so the issue could be anywhere within the opertion. To start troubleshooting lets first look toward your device. Since the upgrade to lollipop to cover all bases just assume everything reverted to its original state. looking at the basics go to developer settings and verify USB debugging is enabled. next connect device to PC ...
Since android version 4.2.* and up the "Developer options" menu is hidden. To enable Developer options you have to go to About Phone (or About phone > Software info) and tap Build number 7 times Now you should have Developer options in the options menu as usually
It's possible that one of these solutions will help you Solution #1: If you do not have drivers for your phone installed and you do not want to download huge KIES, you can download only the ADB Interface Drivers (6.5mb) for your phone. This might solve the issue about USB Debugging turning itself on. Solution #2: Download and install Terminal Emulator, ...
Its impossible... Everyone should enable debugging mode.... Otherwise if anything happens to your phone its impossible to recover.
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