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comment for htc desire s: how to know your phone's region?
WWE being "WorldWidE" apparently.
Nov
13
answered Can you use the Nexus 4 without a SIM card?
Nov
13
comment Linux ADB Driver for LG Viper (LG-LS840)
It looks like someone needs to add that ID to the list that counts as a phone. You should be able to do this yourself if you can recompile your kernel.
Nov
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answered Linux ADB Driver for LG Viper (LG-LS840)
Oct
16
comment Can I force a message to be sent as an MMS?
Promote that comment to an answer - a subject forces MMS. It's a silly workaround, but it could be done automatically with a replacement messaging application.
Oct
16
comment Does a carrier know I am tethering via Wifi Hotspot?
The reason iPhone users were so easily found out is that the iPhone would use a different APN for tethering vs its own data connection. Android phones do not do this.
Sep
25
answered Android - “SIM card doesn't allow a connection to this network” ERROR
Sep
25
comment Unrooting Galaxy Nexus - dies when plugged in
You can use an alternative market (say, F-Droid) without Google Play installed. OP will just have to allow unknown sources.
Aug
14
revised bash - How can I check if a computer exists on my network WITHOUT IP (i.e. by device name only)?
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revised Is there an Android app that scans a device for vulnerability issues?
people can't figure out what I mean so I expand upon it.
Aug
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comment Is there an Android app that scans a device for vulnerability issues?
Let me try rephrasing my answer.
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comment How can I root my Samsung Galaxy S3? Should I defer the system update?
I would recommend Heimdall over Odin.
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comment Will flashing a custom ROM on my Galaxy Nexus device wipe my data?
You will not lose your SD card partition with a normal wipe (on Nexus S, I have no reason to assume CWM would change that much for GNex). It would be silly because it would nuke the backup you just made.