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comment android samsung note 2 unsync gmail and other accounts
Related: How to prepare in the event of stolen phone
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comment How can I type Indian Rupee symbol?
What keyboard to you use?
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comment How can I type Indian Rupee symbol?
You should change the title. Having the font and being able to type the character are two different things. AFAIK, all fonts on Android are unicode, and they should all have this symbol.
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answered Huge “system data” file on SD card
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revised How do I insert a non-breaking space with the Android OS Keyboard?
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comment How do I insert a non-breaking space with the Android OS Keyboard?
The other difficulty is that the font must support it. It is the case for Droid Sans and Droid Serif, but others font may not implement it.
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comment Is possible to make symbolic links in the android filesystem? (and how?)
but you still fail to tell what it the underling filesystem you have mounted
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comment How to format /storage/sdcard0 in ext4
@Izzy Good point. I am mostly MacOS and Windows, sometimes Linux. On Windows, I usually do not mount the USB but use MTP instead (because precisely, it avoids unmounting the SD card in Android)
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asked How to format /storage/sdcard0 in ext4
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comment Is possible to make symbolic links in the android filesystem? (and how?)
android is not a fileystem. What is the filesystem on which you try to create the symplink? You can use mount in terminal emulator to gather this information
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comment Is possible to make symbolic links in the android filesystem? (and how?)
You're always free to format your SD Card with a modern filesystem (if you don't use it on an archaic operating system, of course)
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