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comment How to intall apps to sd card Prestigio Multipad PMT3037_3G?
I'd recommend you check our app2sd tag-wiki and link2sd tag-wiki first, then edit your question to make it specific to what you're missing.
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comment How to insert a mapping app and run it in kiosk mode on Archos 70C Cobalt
The answer is "Yes" to all 4 parts.
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comment recover of datas in vault
Welcome to Android Enthusiasts! Without further details, we won't be able to help you: what vault apps? There are plenty of them, and each requires a different approach to restore (if that's possible at all). Please take a look at these questions with answers first; then come back and either answer your own question when solved, or edit it with what you've tried and where you're stuck. Good luck!
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comment How to intall apps to sd card Prestigio Multipad PMT3037_3G?
Not without rooting the device, sorry. App2SD, if available, always uses the "primary external storage" to move apps to. If a device has an internal SD card, that's always the primary. Please see our app2sd tag-wiki for details, check its questions, and also see related questions with answers.
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comment Lightwight ROM for Galaxy Y
Welcome to Android Enthusiasts! As you see, asking for off-site resources is off-topic here. Still, we have a page you might wish to consult: Where can I find stock or custom ROMs for my Android device?
Jul
29
comment Technology for offline application
Welcome to the Android Enthusiasts! This site is for users of Android, which means that questions about development/programming are off-topic here (see the What topics can I ask about here?). Development questions are on-topic on our sister site Stack Overflow. You might also wish to consult Where can I ask questions that aren't Android Enthusiast questions? for a fitting place to your question.
Jul
29
comment Names of the menu icons are not displaying in my YU reka
Welcome to Android Enthusiasts! And sorry to let you know, but we are not able to understand what you're asking. A few more details and a screenshot might help (note that you can always edit your post to add details).
Jul
29
comment Proper nandroid version for HTC One X
Cannot help you that far, sorry – I don't even have an HTC One X …
Jul
29
comment Proper nandroid version for HTC One X
As I wrote: I've never seen that for stock ROMs, but CM seems to use it. I'd count that as an indicator for a stock ROM. There might be other props/files to confirm that, but I cannot make a "general advice" out of it as I cannot check with too many devices ;)
Jul
29
comment Proper nandroid version for HTC One X
Obviously depends on the recovery used. I'm using CWM (for years; I don't want a touch-based recovery as that somehow defeats the purpose in case of a broken screen – which is much more likely than a broken key), and all my backups in the past 5 years had the naming conventions I've listed with my previous comment. Still, the other point might help you (checking the build.prop from the system image). // PS: for that XDA thread, I guess the users named the archives manually.
Jul
29
comment Proper nandroid version for HTC One X
I'm a little confused of what you're asking here: Nandroid is part of custom ROMs to do a backup, so you cannot install it separately (well, at least not easily). Am I assuming correctly you're rather asking for the naming schema of its backup files, to find the last one containing your stock ROM (before you flashed CM)? I very much doubt file names include the ROM name, it's usually just a time stamp: YYYY-MM-DD.HH24.MI.SS (folder name). You'd need to unpack the system.img and extract the build.prop from there to check. CM has ro.rommanager.developerid set there, stock usually not.
Jul
29
comment How to recover files (MP4) from Motorola Moto X (2nd Gen) after a factory reset?
To say what's the best approach it's important to know where your data has been stored on the device. Chances are much better if it was the external SD card (which can be removed from the device and dealt with on e.g. a computer) – and things get harder when it comes to the internal SD card (or even internal storage), which requires completely different approaches. So could you please edit your question and add those details? Thanks! // Also take a look at our data-recovery tag-wiki for some background and first-aid.
Jul
29
comment Xposed Framework removed after manual CM update?
That's true – as Xposed replaces a part of the system's framework (one file) to "hook in and expose its interfaces" (hence the name), which an OS update again would overwrite – effectively disabling Xposed.
Jul
28
comment Flash a rom onto a @tab 7 which keep restarting
Anytime – and if the device is still under warranty, that's probably the best plan. You've already done more than they can expect from a customer. Good luck – and don't forget to keep us updated (and answer your own question when the issue is solved, including what the culprit was if they tell you that) ;)
Jul
28
comment Flash a rom onto a @tab 7 which keep restarting
Honestly, at that point I'd contact the vendor – and point out that not even a factory-reset cured the issue. No need to tell you've tried to root (you did that when the issue was already there, right?). They will probably want you to send the device in for service – but that's your best chance to get it fixed without working yourself up.
Jul
28
comment Can I receive security updates without upgrading from KitKat to Lollipop?
@Semisonic Not just vendor specific (though with most vendors you can be lucky if you receive updates at all a year after the device rolled out). It's simply to cost intensive for them. Btw one reason Google tries to out-source components of the OS to separate packages which you can update via their Playstore, as it was done e.g. with the webview browser component. But that doesn't work for everything (though it should at least for Hangouts, with the current "big MMS thing").
Jul
28
comment Can I receive security updates without upgrading from KitKat to Lollipop?
I doubt that very much (edit: targeting the question, not the previous comment posted almost similar to mine). If Samsung already has rolled-out a higher Android version for that device, they won't support the lower version with "security updates" anymore. Feel free to ask their support, though – they are more likely to know than we ;)
Jul
28
comment How to disable touch during a call
Is your M7 rooted? If so, you might wish to check this post on XDA for a possible fix.
Jul
28
comment How to disable touch during a call
Well, maybe your research wasn't deep enough: Google-Fu "htc-one-m7 proximity-sensor settings" brought an XDA thread as first hit; seems the M7 has some issues with its proximity-sensor. That thread even shows up some solutions (requiring root and, you won't believe it, an app to adjust the sensor thresholds ;)
Jul
28
comment How much battery drain does having Bluetooth on - but unpaired - cause?
And as we only answer when we don't know (where's the fun otherwise?), I simply link to one of my answers where you can find some examples confirming what @ZeissIkon wrote. Check for "BT Standby" there :)