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Love and am heavily invested in all things Android. Currently have the following Android devices:

  • Google Nexus 6 (64 GB)
  • Motorola Moto X 2013 (32 GB)
  • LG G Pad 8.3 GPe
  • Google Chromecast
  • Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick

Previously owned devices:

  • T-Mobile G1 (HTC Dream)
  • Sony Blu-ray player with Google TV
  • Sony 40" Google TV (boy, have I learned my lesson about buying "smart" TVs!)
  • Google Nexus One
  • Motorola Atrix 4G
  • Motorola CHARM (yes, I'm the one other guy who actually bought one)
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab (the original one)
  • Samsung Galaxy S
  • Google Galaxy Nexus
  • Samsung Galaxy S II
  • Acer Iconia Tab A500
  • Samsung Galaxy S4 Google Play edition

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reviewed Close Should i update with lollipop 5.1?
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reviewed Close Email app that encrypts saved credentials with master password
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reviewed No Action Needed Android Bootloop No recovery mode - only viberation
Mar
27
comment retrieve logcat after a system crash
In adb shell top command will give you all currently running processes. Try killing the process named "logcat" with owner "shell". The syntax is adb shell kill NNNN where "NNNN" is the process ID (1st column in top.) Also, rebooting the device will definitely stop it :)
Mar
27
comment retrieve logcat after a system crash
Newest one will always be called "logcat.txt", and the others will be named .1, .2, and .3. And yes, there is always the risk of the file currently being written to getting corrupted on crash.
Mar
27
revised retrieve logcat after a system crash
added 479 characters in body
Mar
27
answered retrieve logcat after a system crash
Mar
27
answered Enabling OTG support in Micromax Canvas Nitro A310
Mar
27
comment How to connect 2 android phones via usb cable, to transmit video data between them
possible duplicate of How can I determine if my device has USB Host Mode (OTG) support?
Mar
27
comment restore mobile data service
Have you tried resetting the phone to factory settings?
Mar
27
comment Regardin problem after update
You will need to provide a lot more information for anyone to be able to even start helping. Which phone do you have? What OS version were you on before, and which Lollipop version (there are several - 5.0, 5.01, 5.02, 5.1) did you upgrade to? Was is an official over-the-air update, or did you flash a custom ROM? What do you mean when you say "not working"? Is there an error? What exactly happens? Post screenshots if you can - these may help as well.
Mar
25
reviewed Reviewed Odin does not Detect “Samsung Galaxy Note 3”
Mar
25
comment Odin does not Detect “Samsung Galaxy Note 3”
Odin only recognizes a device when it's in download mode. Have you rebooted your Note 3 to Download mode? You do this by turning the phone off, and then turning it on while holding Power + Home + Vol Down buttons together. When a Warning message pops up, press the Vol Up button. Now connect the phone to your computer via USB, and assuming you have Samsung's drivers installed Odin should recognize the phone.
Mar
25
reviewed Reviewed How to troubleshot: IpcThreadState log spam / system_server eating battery
Mar
25
reviewed No Action Needed hands-free dialling does not initiate call
Mar
25
reviewed Close Drive cannot be resolved and google api client can not be resolved
Mar
25
reviewed Close How to unlock the Lock Screen in Android Lollipop
Mar
24
awarded  Yearling
Mar
24
reviewed Looks OK How much free storage does Android need?
Mar
24
reviewed Close uninstall “not installed” apps