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comment Samsung KNOX and SuperSU
Also What are the advantages of enabling or disabling Samsung KNOX
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reviewed No Action Needed What happens if I clear data in download manager?
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reviewed Reopen Sharing internet from PC (reverse-tethering) with hotspot mode
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comment strange icon looks like a CD w/an exclamation point.
Is it the low disk space icon?
Apr
29
revised Play Store error RPC:S-7:AEC-7MK6C-2YT7-FSDZO trying to download apps
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Apr
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reviewed Edit PurpleDrake crashing at step 3
Apr
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revised PurpleDrake crashing at step 3
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Apr
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awarded  Enlightened
Apr
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awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
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revised Outgoing SMTP not accepting credentials
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Apr
19
comment How to Forget All App Passwords
Mobile apps (well-designed ones, anyhow) generally don't store your password anywhere, they use authentication tokens. In any case, I'm not sure a solution for this currently exists since it's up to each app to manage its own data. There isn't a system-level keyring or anything like that, so you'd either have to blow away each app's data completely or figure out where it stores tokens and the like (probably a database) and then wipe them out, meaning specifically programming against the apps you want to wipe the tokens from.
Apr
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reviewed Approve How can I find app name by UID?
Apr
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reviewed Approve adb tag wiki
Apr
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comment (Why) is it required to flash in order to install Google Play on CyanogenMod?
@Firelord I think that would also work. If I'm remembering right, that's how many of the Play Store installation guides for the Fire TV Stick explain it, because it has no custom recoveries currently. Flashing is usually just easier, I suppose.
Apr
16
comment (Why) is it required to flash in order to install Google Play on CyanogenMod?
There actually is an important feature only available to system or trusted apps: the ability to install other applications without enabling the "Unknown sources" option. I think Play Services relies on other system-level permissions as well, but I don't know any off the top of my head (/cc @Firelord)
Apr
15
comment Android devices not allowed to connect to WiFi
You should probably talk to your IT department. Without knowing a lot about the network configuration there won't be much we can do for you.
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Apr
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reviewed Leave Closed Can I bypass the Google Verification on my Huawei Mate 8?
Apr
12
reviewed Reject ICE Emergency Contacts on Emergency Dialer Screen