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Either an app that you have given permission to modify system settings is doing this which should be easily solved by checking each of your apps permission settings? ...Or maybe you have something like WiFi "Scanning Always Available"? If you feel up to it, you may also find more information by looking at your Android's log files (either via an app that ...


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With GPS and offline music support, you can already leave your phone at home, then go jogging and jamming like normal. Now Android Wear supports watches with built-in Wi-Fi. As long as your watch is connected to a Wi-Fi network, and your phone has a data connection (wherever it is), you’ll be able to get notifications, send messages, and use all ...


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Almost all concerns with phones remaining plugged in indefinitely stem from the health of the battery. Mentioning that the device is old and has a worn battery (and odn't want to deal with charging it constantly) means we can ignore those potential challenges. Refer to the question that user "dr01" linked if you want more info on that. As for ...


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No, high accuracy mode without WiFi is not the same as device only because The mobile network provider location source is also used in high accuracy mode but not device only. Assisted GPS may be used to reduce the time to get a location fix when you use a network connection, either WiFi or the mobile data connection. "Download GPS assisted data only over ...


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It is File Expert. I had it on 2 of my devices both showed the same toast notification "network interrupted;server closed" and stopped doing it after uninstalling. Before ditching the app I tried getting into the devices through ftp (when shut down) but would not work so File Expert probably just constantly scans network activity and displays a toast when ...


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If you have the "File Expert with Clouds" application installed then it may be the culprit. I was having the same issue and suspected it may be that application because it seemed to start happening after I had started and then stopped the FTP server. I removed the application and the messages stopped. I then re-installed the application and everything was ...


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If you are using Windows 7 try this, Create an ad-hoc network in your PC (This would help you Create WiFi Network) Connect your Android device to the WiFi network you created in past step Open the browser in your phone and type PCs IP address/your web app name (I hope you run your web app on some servers like Apache Tomcat/WAMP ..)


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It's simple to share Android files to Windows PC. Install ES File Explorer in Android device. Go to Tools and select Remote Manager then you can see turn on. Press on it. And you will get an address like ftp://192.168.1.24:3721/ enter it on your PC file explorer and you can access to your Android phone from PC. You can change settings of remote manager to ...



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