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Jul
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revised Android Nexus 5 knows password of WiFi he was never connected to!
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Jul
22
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Apr
14
comment Can using too much RAM drain battery?
Your temple-run example might not be the best: as games can memory-hungry they either will be OS-killed rather quickly, or pro-actively will save the important data away when send to the background. It might load a little bit faster in that case because some small part is still loaded, but the game data will probably need to load anyway. A better example would be a simple twitter client: that might fit nice and cosy in your RAM until you need it again.
Dec
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Nov
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answered Are there “end of life” plans for Android?
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awarded  Notable Question
Jun
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awarded  Nice Question
Jan
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Jan
9
comment How do I stop the 3g/4g radio from turning off?
(I don't know why I added this as a comment to this answer, and not on your question :) ) Anyway: market.android.com/details?id=com.google.android.youtube , and then press reviews, and sort by newest
Jan
7
comment How do I stop the 3g/4g radio from turning off?
Check the comments on the latest update of youtube. That might give you a hint :)
Dec
30
answered Samsung galaxy phones shuts down automatically
Nov
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awarded  Popular Question
Sep
15
comment Not all images showing up in gallery
Hmm, doesn't seem to work for me. Wouldn't that 'creating thumbnails' be for the thumbnails-of-the-thumbnails that astro needs, not the thumbnails self (the files allready in that directory, that are thumbs of your photos?)
Aug
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Apr
12
comment correct image orientation from camera
You might want to watch out with that. I don't know if it differs between windows-versions, but the windows image-viewer does not always do "lossless" rotation: that means you are loosing quality because it is re-saving them and adding another 'layer' of JPG-compression. Consider using another tool for that, one that supports lossless-rotation
Apr
10
answered correct image orientation from camera
Apr
9
answered My phone is not transmitting