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Apr
26
answered What tool can I use to measure the volume of .mp3 on my S6 + make the volume all the same?
Apr
26
answered Why does Android show more space used in internal storage than what adds up in the details?
Apr
12
awarded  Notable Question
Mar
16
awarded  Caucus
Nov
12
awarded  Explainer
Nov
12
awarded  Editor
Nov
12
revised Does rooting phone wipe your data if the bootloader is unlocked?
Corrected title ("bootlicker" isn't very discoverable, nor does it properly describe the question)
Nov
11
suggested approved edit on Does rooting phone wipe your data if the bootloader is unlocked?
Nov
11
answered Does rooting phone wipe your data if the bootloader is unlocked?
Jul
15
answered Can I use an external WIFI adapter with my Android Head unit
Jun
18
awarded  Yearling
Jun
12
comment S5 unable to add additional homescreen
What launcher are you using? What ROM are you using?
May
19
comment Widget to toggle “OK Google” detection always on/off
Tasker might be able to do what you're asking.
May
19
comment Nexus player does not wake up with TV
What kind of TV is it? Are you plugged in directly to the TV, or through a receiver?
May
19
comment How to flash Stock Recovery without PC
By "don't have a PC" do you literally mean you don't have access to a desktop or laptop computer, or do you mean you're using a Mac?
May
12
comment How can I avoid applications from sucking my battery and bypassing my lock-screen?
I don't necessarily agree that removing the app is overkill (although an entire OS switch due to one app definitely would be). Greenify might be a less drastic option, but ultimately, if an app is killing your battery, you have to decide which is more valuable: the app or longer runtimes. Greenify also specifically recommends NOT applying it to messaging apps, since it would typically break real-time notifications: "NEVER greenify alarm clock apps, instant messaging apps unless you don't rely on them. Please do verify the impact of greenified apps on which you heavily rely."
May
12
answered How can I avoid applications from sucking my battery and bypassing my lock-screen?
Apr
28
awarded  Autobiographer
Apr
20
awarded  Custodian
Apr
20
reviewed Reviewed WiFi stop working after few days