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Dec
8
revised Why does my device turn Wi-Fi on by itself?
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Dec
8
asked Why does my device turn Wi-Fi on by itself?
Dec
8
answered Why does my device turn Wi-Fi on by itself?
Dec
8
revised Can I turn my Android device into a webcam?
format, spelling, clarity
Dec
8
comment Why does my Samsung Galaxy S2 have duplicate calendar events?
By duplicate events, do you mean duplicate notifications of the same event? If so, this is just a matter of turning off notifications on one of the calendar apps.
Dec
6
comment Cannot turn Nexus 7 on after locking the screen
For me this seems to occur more frequency after a full charge.
Dec
3
awarded  Constituent
Dec
2
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
30
accepted What is the Streaming Decryption setting in Google Drive?
Nov
27
revised DroidWall (firewall app) alternative for non-rooted phones
provided link, mentioned root access more specifically
Nov
26
awarded  Caucus
Nov
20
awarded  Necromancer
Nov
4
revised Where does the 'set as wallpaper' feature save your picture in Gingerbread (2.3)?
title, minor edits
Nov
3
revised How to explore and edit a Samsung Galaxy Y's backup file without a connected phone (as, for example, by using NBU Explorer for Nokia Symbian files)
format, removed signature
Sep
23
revised How can I forward texts to my tablet and reply back?
format, added link to app
Sep
22
awarded  Custodian
Sep
13
comment Unknown Host - Emulator network config question
Welcome to Android Enthusiasts! Please read the FAQ. Development questions can be asked (and answered) on stackoverflow.com.
Sep
13
awarded  Yearling
Sep
10
awarded  Nice Question
Aug
30
comment Can't buy any paid apps on Google Play store, shows “An error occurred. Please try again.”
I experienced a problem with 2-factor when factory resetting a device (HTC Incredible with Gingerbread). Upon entering Google account info, I would get an error (until I turned off 2-factor auth). So it seems reasonable that 2-factor could cause an issue with the (market) account on a new device.