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Oct
13
comment How to resolve that both Wifi Hotspot and USB Tethering need reboot to work?
Can you provide further details. - What is the notebook running? (OS, WiFi chip, driver) - Can this problem be corrected at the notebook? (What have you tried?) - What is the root-cause of the connection timeout, on the netbook?
Oct
13
answered Why is my 16GB SD card not being read in my Samsung Galaxy S?
Oct
12
revised Samsung Galaxy S3 WiFi authentication error with A&TT U-Verse router
added additional tag for clarity
Oct
12
answered Galaxy S3 is unable to transfer files over USB: “USB device not recognized”
Oct
12
suggested approved edit on Samsung Galaxy S3 WiFi authentication error with A&TT U-Verse router
Oct
7
comment How do i recover my data on a Galaxy Tab after a factory reset?
I was referring to RAM/ROM-debug tools that (in theory) only LEO and Intelligence persons have access to.
Oct
6
answered Why is one of my WiFi networks not visible after connecting to the other one?
Oct
6
comment 3G Modem sim on my Nexus S
Are you asking how to normally setup an Android device as a WiFi hot-spot ("tethering"), OR how to achieve this with the SIM card you using?
Oct
6
comment 3G Modem sim on my Nexus S
4.1.x would be Jelly Bean, not Ice Cream Sandwich.
Oct
6
comment How do i recover my data on a Galaxy Tab after a factory reset?
If everything could just be easily recovered after a data wipe/factory reset, that same data would be available to the finder (possessor) or any lost/stolen tablet (or smart-phone). That said, there are forensic tools out there (if you can gain access to them) which may be able to recover ALL recent data and history.
Oct
5
revised Airdroid modifies timestamps of copied files
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Oct
5
comment Airdroid modifies timestamps of copied files
This is also an Ubuntu / device issue.
Oct
5
suggested approved edit on Airdroid modifies timestamps of copied files
Oct
5
comment Airdroid modifies timestamps of copied files
This is the classic push/pull issue with FTP. If you copy files to your PC (push), it does not trust the source (and replaces the time/date stamps). If you copy files from the device (pull), your PC has control and retains the time/date stamps. The same issue occurs when FTP copying between two Ubuntu hosts, using Nautilus. If you can configure settings, you can overcome this.
Oct
2
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Oct
2
comment Trouble with Wi-Fi on GSM Galaxy Nexus running Jelly Bean
Strongly recommend looking at: android.stackexchange.com/questions/29291/…
Oct
2
comment Samsung Galaxy S3 Wi-Fi problems
Strongly recommend looking at: android.stackexchange.com/questions/29291/…
Sep
30
answered Does Bluetooth tethering not work, or am I doing it wrong?
Sep
29
comment Flash support for Jellybean (4.1)
Guide can be found here: androidauthority.com/… and here: forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1774336
Sep
29
comment USSD attack official notification
Look at Full Disclosure for HTC response to such issues. eg. seclists.org/fulldisclosure/2012/Aug/100