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Feb
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asked Reset by “CP_SILENT_RESET!!!”
Dec
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awarded  Popular Question
Oct
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awarded  Famous Question
Sep
6
answered Why does my hotspot stop after a period of time?
Apr
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awarded  Notable Question
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awarded  Popular Question
Jan
15
comment Trying to invoke Skype from contacts gives me an “Application not found”
Default settings for Skype are grayed out, so it seems there are no default settings associated with Skype...
Jan
14
asked Trying to invoke Skype from contacts gives me an “Application not found”
Jan
13
comment Add meta information to photos?
Allright, answer accepted. Photo Editor is probably the best option. It's smooth enough when you use the camera apps' Share function > Photo Editor > Save (top right corner icon) > Modify > (enter text) > OK > Overwrite > Yes. Still, I cannot understand why this is not a standard feature in most camera apps, but I guess it's more fun to add a sepia effect than to write down what the photo actually is before you forget it.
Jan
13
awarded  Scholar
Jan
13
accepted Add meta information to photos?
Jan
12
comment Add meta information to photos?
It's an alternative indeed, but as an absolute last resort. I'd much rather go for the metadata approach, this is after all what the EXIF information that's already in the JPEG's is for!
Jan
12
awarded  Supporter
Jan
12
comment Add meta information to photos?
I couldn't find any way to edit EXIF information in Photo Image Editor. Exif Editor and Viewer works, although not optimal. For example, it shows up as an alternative in the camera apps' Share menu, but it's clearly not working when using this approach (it doesn't show any of the EXIF information, so it's not possible to edit anything). It does work when starting the app normally, and the information does get stored properly. Until I find a better alternative this is the best option, but far from perfect.
Jan
12
asked Add meta information to photos?
Jan
9
comment Haptic feedback settings in Android 4.1.1?
Thanks, now I at least have vibration in the keyboard. It turns out the stock Samsung keyboard does not have a vibration setting, and the phone comes without the Android keyboard. I ended up installing my trusty old Smart Keyboard Pro, now I have both vibration and arrow keys for moving the cursor (my old Nexus One had a trackball for this). Seems I'll have to live without system wide haptic feedback though, which really is a shame. It seems that every update introduces more bugs than fixes... sigh...
Jan
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awarded  Student
Jan
8
asked Haptic feedback settings in Android 4.1.1?