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This is something you should ask the IT support people at your university about. Most mysterious problems like this are caused by security settings on the Wi-Fi network itself. Probably it is MAC-filtered, so only devices that have been registered with the network administrators are able to connect. You might have forgotten registering your previous phone if ...


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Adding any number of duplicate SSID's is possible if you have a unique IP address. In lay man's terms SSID is nothing but just an identification given to that particular network given to distinguish that network from others for simplicity. What defines that network is it's IP Address.If you have a conflict between an IP address then it may be a real ...


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It is possible that your device doesn't support the encryption and authentication methods that eduroam uses. While normal WPA2 encrypted WiFis use TKIP encryption, eduroam uses AES. In addition to this, the device must support Enterprise authentication (sometimes called 802.1X), and a compatible EAP method (EAP TTLS-PAP, PEAP, EAP TLS EAP FAST). Which of ...


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Try seeing if you can login when you are in safe mode. Boot into safe mode by holding down the power button to open the menu, then hold down the power-off button, and click "OK" when it asks you to reboot into safe mode. Then attempt to login once the phone restarts, and re-enable the virtual keyboard. Hope this helps.


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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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I use FileZilla on Ubuntu and FTP Server on Android. Much faster transfers than Bluetooth and you can browse the device. FTP Server: F-Droid, Google Play


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Probably you can create a Tasker profile to connect to the Wifi network automatically when you arrive at home (or the home Wifi network is in the range) Another good thing you can achieve it using rSync backup is that, you can use rSync and use a Tasker job to periodically (or conditionally) upload/download data from/to your phone. You can refer to rSync's ...


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Have you tried installing Portugese* as a language in your phone settings? Your current language obviously does not contain that character. If you download and install the Portugese* language pack for your phone, it should recognize that character in the Wi-Fi network name. Alternately, you could try to manually add the Wi-Fi network to your phone using ...


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You may want to try this simple app.


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To add to bmdixon's answer, go into Settings on your old Nexus 4 or current Nexus 5, select "Backup & reset" and have a look at the top option there: Back up my data Back up application data, Wi-Fi passwords and other settings to Google servers


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I wrote an implementation in PHP: https://github.com/bhafer/TitaniumBackupDecrypt Usage: php TitaniumBackupDecrypt <.tar.gz file>


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You might consider plex. You would need to install the plex server on some machine and then install the plex player on your Android. Software is free. I've found that it generally works well over wireless. However, I've been playing from my Win7 laptop over to my Roku (with plex installed). Haven't tried it on the phone. In theory, plex works at WAN speeds ...



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