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I'm Sachin Shekhar, last of the Time Lords. I'm nine hundred and four years old. I'm from the planet Gallifrey in the constellation of Kasterborous. I am the Oncoming Storm, the Bringer of Darkness!

People assume that Time is a strict progression of cause to effect, but actually from a non-linear, non-subjective viewpoint, it's more like a big ball of Wibbly-Wobbly, Timey-Wimey stuff...


Jan
21
awarded  Taxonomist
Jan
14
comment How do I remove an incorrect word from autocorrect?
Better use SwiftKey & it's AI & it's dictionary cloud sync.
Jan
14
comment Where to find description of all “/system/bin/service” calls?
Nice Question...
Jan
14
comment Can an encrypted Android phone be unlocked with an USB drive some way?
If you are talking about default encryption system shipped with Android, you can't autologin even with NFC. Forget about the USB.
Jan
13
comment How do I remove an incorrect word from autocorrect?
Hey this isn't a fix as doesn't preserve existing dictionary data.
Jan
13
comment Why does “Power off” actually reboot?
No, it's not normal. If you are in warranty, go to the service center. OTA updates aren't triggered automatically. You need to tap it from notification.
Jan
13
comment Can an encrypted Android phone be unlocked with an USB drive some way?
Can you please clarify what you want to achieve?
Jan
13
comment How can I determine if a device is really running Android?
You can go to Settings to see Android version in About. If the option doesn't exist, the device needs serious inspection because it's possible that the device isn't running Android at all. Share more in in information so that we could detect. Probably, some screenshots of different parts of system can help.
Jan
13
comment How can I determine if a device is really running Android?
It doesn't give Android version information...
Jan
13
comment How to Disable Double Tapping?
Are you using Accessibility options?
Jan
5
revised Why is a random app being opened when I exit an app with Back button?
Rephrased the question...; added 2 characters in body
Jan
5
comment Why is a random app being opened when I exit an app with Back button?
How can an app be in back stack If it was never in Recent Apps list?
Jan
5
comment Why is a random app being opened when I exit an app with Back button?
I have already mentioned in the question that this happens even when my Recent Apps list is empty...
Jan
5
asked Why is a random app being opened when I exit an app with Back button?
Jan
3
revised How to move App Data from rooted Gingerbread to unrooted KitKat?
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Jan
3
comment How to move App Data from rooted Gingerbread to unrooted KitKat?
@RossC I am asking it because there can still be a way despite there's no root access. See: android.stackexchange.com/questions/28296/…
Jan
3
comment How to move App Data from rooted Gingerbread to unrooted KitKat?
@RossC Oh, looks like you are talking about global Google backup, not API backup. If that's the case, factory reset just for app data of few apps is an overkill. Plus, it'd bring unwanted data too.
Jan
3
comment How to move App Data from rooted Gingerbread to unrooted KitKat?
@RossC 1. Google Backup isn't useful if app isn't designed for that. 2. Helium Backup isn't compatible with Gingerbread.
Jan
3
answered Programmatically speaking, how is Android set to be “unrooted” by default?
Jan
3
asked How to move App Data from rooted Gingerbread to unrooted KitKat?