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May
15
comment How can I set a static IPv6 address for a WiFi connection?
@hexafraction I'm running CM12 and (1) my Wi-Fi MAC address isn't changing on its own, and (2) I've never seen an option anywhere to change it.
May
15
comment How can I set a static IPv6 address for a WiFi connection?
@hexafraction Being based on the interface MAC address, in most cases the SLAAC address is static enough. Do you have a use case where this won't work?
May
6
comment How to keep an app running?
An alarm would be better, and less draining to the battery.
May
4
comment How can I disable IPv6?
@FrederickNord That's because this answer addressed the user's real question.
May
4
comment How can I set a static IPv6 address for a WiFi connection?
I don't believe Android itself offers this, so it's not surprising that CM doesn't.
Apr
28
comment Is there a way to rollback to a stock rom without “unlocked” icon on XT910?
@relgames This device blows a QFuse when you root the device, meaning there is a permanent record of it being rooted, which can never be erased.
Apr
28
revised Lollipop system icons in notification bar
Make image clickable for full size
Apr
28
suggested approved edit on Lollipop system icons in notification bar
Mar
30
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
20
answered How to access IPv6 websites via the mobile network
Jan
24
comment Are the signatures of gapps from zips checked?
@stochastic As the page also mentions, updates must be signed with exactly the same key or Android will refuse to install the update. It doesn't matter that the key wasn't signed by a CA, just that it's the same as the one originally used to sign the app.
Dec
14
comment Can I use my PC as an audio device for my Android phone?
I gave up and bought a Bluetooth dongle for my PC, but I'm still interested in any other possibilities not requiring Bluetooth.
Oct
17
awarded  Notable Question
Sep
3
comment How can I disable IPv6?
@sharth If they actually needed to deploy IPv6 via 6rd, it indicates that their network infrastructure is ancient, as the only legitimate reason to use 6rd at all is to pass traffic through routers that are so old they don't know what IPv6 is. And such routers are at least a decade old or more, largely thanks to a US government mandate that government agencies had to be IPv6-ready by 2008. Most enterprise network vendors had their hardware ready well before then.
Jul
13
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Jun
17
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
2
accepted Why does my phone say “Verizon Wireless” when I receive a phone call?
Jun
2
awarded  Self-Learner
Apr
16
awarded  Good Question
Apr
10
accepted How does the Heartbleed security vulnerability affect my Android device?