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Apr
28
comment What vCard formats/versions and encodings are supported for import?
See my answer below :)
Apr
28
answered What vCard formats/versions and encodings are supported for import?
Apr
28
comment What vCard formats/versions and encodings are supported for import?
Have you specified the charset with your vcard records? See here for examples.
Apr
27
comment Syncing Outlook Calendar Events to Google Calendar
There are several results turning up for "outlook sync". SyncRoid even has been updated this January. Worth a look I'd say.
Apr
27
comment Galaxy Tab 3: How to get it to make use of the MicroSD card?
Always glad to help, ald! If you find an answer helpful, you can always "upvote" it (click the ^ next to it) – that's called an "SE-style thanks" :) If it solves your issue (or appears to be the most useful answer to your question), you should "accept" it (clicking the check-mark next to it).
Apr
27
reviewed Reviewed Which app is trying to connect to Microsoft Exchange server
Apr
27
comment Which app is trying to connect to Microsoft Exchange server
I'd also try to disable data connectivity first. If your account then still gets locked, you can save yourself the trouble of debugging your devices (at least those where you turned it off), as "no connectivity" would rule them out as possible culprit. But if that stops the "locking", just turn them on one-by-one, leaving each one enough time to start its "evil work". That makes it easier to tell which device would need a "closer look".
Apr
27
reviewed Reviewed HTC One x Not responding to hard reset
Apr
27
comment HTC One x Not responding to hard reset
And are you sure you're talking about hard reset? You're using that tag in conjunction with factory-reset. You're aware of the differences? OTOH, when it doesn't turn on at all, you probably couldn't do a factory reset anyway :) Have you tried any of the other boot modes, such as safe-mode or recovery-mode? Does any of that work?
Apr
27
reviewed Reviewed 'Storage space is running low' while I have plenty of space remaining
Apr
27
comment 'Storage space is running low' while I have plenty of space remaining
Recommended first reading for this would be our insufficient-memory tag-wiki. What makes me wonder a little: Does that error also appear directly after a factory-reset? I guess just after installing your "big apps". So please read the linked tag-wiki – and especially note that there's not just "one big storage", but multiple partitions are in use. The error message only refers to device internal storage.
Apr
27
revised 'Storage space is running low' while I have plenty of space remaining
edited tags
Apr
27
reviewed Reviewed init.d doesn't get executed
Apr
27
reviewed Reviewed I can't find data/data/com.android.settings/files
Apr
27
revised I can't find data/data/com.android.settings/files
improved formatting
Apr
27
reviewed Reviewed Unable to mount USB Storage of ECOO E04 Plus Android device in Ubuntu
Apr
27
comment Unable to mount USB Storage of ECOO E04 Plus Android device in Ubuntu
Yepp. And as you're on Linux, also take a look at my answer here for some more comfort: You can even mount your storage to your Linux computer via ADB :) – As for your original question: Have you tried a) different cables, b) different USB ports, c) different computers, d) a mix of a-c? Does the problem exist in all combinations?
Apr
27
reviewed No Action Needed Disable USB charging
Apr
27
reviewed Reviewed APK file keeps getting deleted after receiving via SHAREit
Apr
27
comment APK file keeps getting deleted after receiving via SHAREit
Hard to answer without taking a direct look. Though to me it sounds like some cleaning app having gone bonkers – it could also be a device with a faulty storage or storage controller (reminds me somehow of photos disappearing just after being made, reported for several Samsung Galaxy Aces). What device do you have? Which Android version is it running? Which cleaning apps (or similar) are in use? Does it affect only *.apk files – only files received via ShareIt – only files on your SD card – …?