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May
16
revised Samsung galaxy 3 says charging paused. Battery temperature too low
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May
13
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May
13
comment Can I flash my carrier-locked phone to a firmware for a different region and/or carrier?
Possibly relevant: Can I use my device on a different carrier?
May
12
revised How can I stop Google Play Music from automatically downloading my library?
Meaningful title
May
12
comment How could I view that Android Screen on a computer or larger screen
Related questions: Solutions for connecting phone/tablet to a bigger monitor?, How do I project the screen of my android phone for a presentation?, How can I view my phone's screen on a computer in real time?
May
12
comment How do i fix low storage space so i don't have to reset my phone?
CCleaner for Android hasn't been released, to my knowledge. If it has, then a link to the app would be helpful.
May
12
reviewed Approve How can I find obb folder in a rooted device to copy a game's sd data files and play game?
May
11
reviewed Approve How to unlock the bootloader on Verizon Galaxy S3 without phone service
May
11
comment How to unlock the bootloader on Verizon Galaxy S3 without phone service
@TreborRude: GSM is pretty similar in the US, but most people simply don't buy unlocked devices like they do in other places (my understanding is that in Europe this is more the norm?). As long as the device supports the right bands and is unlocked, you can pop in a SIM and use it. The only real issue with unlocked GSM devices in the US is that the two biggest GSM carriers don't use the same 3G frequencies, although T-Mobile is gradually re-farming theirs to match AT&T's. You need a device that supports both 3G frequencies if you're not in a re-farmed area or you only get 2G/voice.
May
11
comment How to unlock the bootloader on Verizon Galaxy S3 without phone service
@TreborRude: Generally, no. From a technical standpoint they overlap in one voice frequency (1900 MHz), but both networks essentially keep a database of approved device ESNs. If your device isn't on the list (meaning, if it's not a device the carrier sells branded for their network) you typically won't be able to get it activated without "knowing a guy" or doing something of questionable legality. Even then it's usually unlikely; they want to keep you locked to their network. So from a practical standpoint, it's just not feasible.
May
11
comment How to unlock the bootloader on Verizon Galaxy S3 without phone service
What's the ultimate goal you're trying to accomplish? You've made it sound like you want to use the phone on a different carrier, which brings up two important points: 1. Unlocking the bootloader is not related to the network (SIM) lock on a phone 2. Verizon phones only use SIM cards for 4G LTE data; you cannot use them on a different carrier, and you definitely can't use them on one that would require a SIM for voice coverage.
May
11
revised My internal storage capacity is running low, what can I do?
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May
11
revised How does the Google Play Store get updated?
Some grammar
May
11
revised J2ME emulator that works for ICS?
Add http://android.stackexchange.com/a/39067/981 as supplemental edit (that appears to be the intent, really)
May
11
reviewed Reject Where Can I Get The Latest GApps (Google services framework)?
May
11
comment Why does my phone say “Verizon Wireless” when I receive a phone call?
Could be TalkBack, or some other accessibility settings, perhaps. Check in Settings -> Accessibility and see if anything is enabled? That might be a good first step at least.
May
10
revised Media scanner running constantly
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May
10
reviewed Edit Terminal or ADB command to force-stop applications
May
10
revised Terminal or ADB command to force-stop applications
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May
10
reviewed Approve How to change Gmail account on Google Play but keep applications