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Apr
29
comment Are IPv6 Privacy Extensions supported and how can they be enabled/disabled?
@MatthewRead When the EUI-64 address is used, the IPv6 address becomes (in theory) unique to the device. It identifies the device and possibly the manufacturer (of the NIC, at least). Though, so does the User-Agent string, and nobody cares much about those because they don't necessarily uniquely identify the device.
Apr
29
answered Connect to a FTP server using IPv6?
Apr
25
comment Why are Google Talk notifications at a low volume?
What? I can't put the phone down for a moment and look at the computer? Now that's just silly. So is this behavior from Google Talk.
Apr
25
comment Why are Google Talk notifications at a low volume?
Google assumes that I'm looking at the phone! What if I put it on the desk and looked at my computer or something else, which I always do.
Apr
24
asked Why are Google Talk notifications at a low volume?
Apr
24
comment ADB without USB connection
The easiest way is to get a warranty replacement phone. :)
Apr
23
answered SSH to Mac using Android Phone
Apr
15
comment Find out which app is pushing ads in my notification bar?
Based on some comments, I fired up the API 15 (4.0.4) emulator and discovered that long-pressing a notification does nothing. So this is JB-only.
Apr
15
revised Find out which app is pushing ads in my notification bar?
Is it ICS or JB? Changed to JB while I go work on verifying this
Mar
31
comment Activate Android device on IPv6-only network
Yes, it is fully enabled and you can access Google from an IPv6-only network. Perhaps English is not your native language?
Mar
30
answered Activate Android device on IPv6-only network
Mar
11
comment Nexus 7 with AOSP, what is missing from stock?
Your carrier made a slight customization to it, then. Those can usually be bypassed after rooting the device, without doing anything so invasive as replacing the entire firmware.
Mar
11
answered Nexus 7 with AOSP, what is missing from stock?
Mar
9
comment How can I know if the rooting files have malware?
@t0mm13b So how do you know which sites are reputable?
Mar
9
answered Find out which app is pushing ads in my notification bar?
Mar
1
comment Boot Loop issue
Sorry, I know it's bad news, but even so, the computer might be able to read it. Make sure the card reader you pick up can handle SDHC cards.
Mar
1
answered Boot Loop issue
Mar
1
comment Used Nexus Root Tool to root my phone - lost all my pictures of my baby daughter
Right. First specify exactly which phone you have. The one you specified in your tags doesn't have an SD card slot, and you couldn't possibly have removed an SD card from it.
Feb
25
comment setting a default launcher
@KonnerRasmussen Welcome to Android Enthusiasts. Since you solved your own problem, you should post it as an Answer, and then accept it by clicking the check mark next to your own answer.
Feb
19
comment Can I use my PC as an audio device for my Android phone?
@vini The PC is not a USB accessory. How would that help?