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Jan
25
comment Large difference in battery discharge, when Nexus 7 is on and off
@beeshyams Sorry, same on this side. I have also no experience using logcat or similar tools. Plus, I'm not using that Nexus anymore, so I guess, that ends discussion. Unfortunately, without a conclusion.
Jan
25
comment Verizon Galaxy Nexus Discharging When Plugged In Even After USB Replacement
@t0mm13b OP clearly says about replacing microUSB port himself. Are you really sure, that carrier's shop will accept faulty phone, if it was modified by user himself? What about warranty?
Jan
25
comment Large difference in battery discharge, when Nexus 7 is on and off
@beeshyams I have no idea why. The only opinion, that I found, was Area 51-like, that when tablet is switch off, it only pretends to be switched off, but still sends data to Google. Since it does this silently, it consumes a lot of energy. Much more than when sending these data officially (when turned on). I know, that this explanation sounds like a maniac blable, but the fact remains, that my Nexus can spend up to entire week on single charge, when turned on all the time, while dies completely, from full charge to 0% during single night, when turned off.
Jan
24
awarded  Notable Question
Jan
12
accepted Auto turn on after power on for an Android-based device
Dec
28
comment Incorrect dates on screenshots taken on Galaxy Nexus i9250
Date is auto-updated basing on SIM carrier cellar network data, so yes -- it is up to date. Files are copied using microUSB cable, over stupid-like-a-hell MTP protocol.
Nov
15
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
12
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
21
asked How to enable Google Keyboard?
Sep
21
answered How to enable Google Keyboard?
Sep
21
asked How to remove word from factory dictionary on Android 4.3?
Sep
21
asked How should I use swipe dictionary in Android 4.3?
Sep
11
awarded  Quorum
Sep
11
comment Is it possible, that old smartphone becomes slow simply because it is old?
As in case of Alex.S' answer, I'm voting up yours, because it can be value to other readers, but I think, I won't accept it, since it is off-topic to my question. I clearly stated, that I did a full factory reset (so I assume, everything, that you're writing, that slows down my phone was cleared to the status of brand new phone) and this hasn't speed up my phone in any noticeable way.
Sep
11
comment Is it possible, that old smartphone becomes slow simply because it is old?
It seems, that your answer / suggestion stands completely opposite to my situation, as my (all) Samsung Galaxy Nexus has Android 4.3. If Google added TRIM support to that version of Android, then I have it and the lack of it / Flash memory wear-off are not the case. Your answer is good and valuable to others so I voted it up, but I must consider, whether to accept it or not, as your suggestion clearly does not answer the question (no TRIM issue on Android 4.3).
Sep
11
asked Is it possible, that old smartphone becomes slow simply because it is old?
Sep
11
asked Using external USB camera with Android-based settop box
Sep
11
comment how to use a remote camera (webcam or Windows-usb) as my Android built-in camera(s)
Can you clear up this question and be more specific? Because I got lost. In second paragraph you're writing about true Android-based device with no built-in camera. In last (PS) paragraph you are writing about virtual Android device run on Windows HyperVisior. For first (true Android device with USB-attached external camera) -- take a look at this answer. For other option (virtual Android device), I don't know, if there is any solution.
Jul
21
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
18
awarded  Notable Question