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An Android, iOS and C# developer by day and a Linux enthusiast by night. I also enjoy web development (mostly Python), video games, chess, soccer, and voiding warranties.

I currently own a Nexus 5, a Nexus 10, and a Nook HD. I generally run a slightly self-modified version of CyanogenMod on my Nexus devices.

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Feb
20
revised Can I USB-tether my Android tablet to my Android phone?
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Feb
20
revised How do I get rid of the “shut the screen off” animation on Droid 4?
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Feb
20
awarded  Enlightened
Feb
20
awarded  Nice Answer
Feb
20
answered How do apps/games become featured in the Android Market?
Feb
20
comment How can i protect from FaceNiff?
I would say that it's in fact a 100% reliable solution, and perhaps the only one for that matter. If an app doesn't enforce SSL then there's nothing you can do.
Feb
20
comment How can i protect from FaceNiff?
Don't use public wifi networks?
Feb
20
comment upgarde to 2.2 android OS- X8 mobile
possible duplicate of How do I update the OS in my device?
Feb
20
answered Where can I obtain an sqlite3 command line binary for android 2.2.1?
Feb
20
comment Where does Google Music store the “offline tracks”?
Your ROM probably doesn't have the sqlite3 binary. SuperOneClick has a copy (in the "Dependencies" folder). You could push it onto your device with adb to use it (this Stack Overflow answer has some instructions)
Feb
20
comment Where does Google Music store the “offline tracks”?
@roboguy12: Well, I guess one way to figure out what it's doing would be to query the music database. It stores the path to the file as one of the columns in the MUSIC table, so the query I noted above should show you where they are. That's how I found the folder on my device initially.
Feb
20
comment Where does Google Music store the “offline tracks”?
@roboguy12: That's strange, I've never seen them stored anywhere else. What version of Google Music do you have and what kind of phone is it?
Feb
20
comment Move angry birds progress from one device to another (cross-platform)
Well half of this at least is more of an iOS question. Can you access the save file on the iPhone in any way? If not then the Android half (getting it onto the right spot on the new device) is kind of moot.
Feb
20
comment Where does Google Music store the “offline tracks”?
@roboguy12: No, it only wipes the app's database, and therefore all of its entries. The files themselves are on the SD card in the folder I noted above. You can simply delete them with a file explorer or from your computer by plugging in your phone and accessing it as a USB storage device.
Feb
20
comment move .apk files to Nokia 6303
@indeevar: If you find answers to your questions helpful, you can consider accepting them, so that others will know that you found a solution.
Feb
20
answered Connecting Samsung Galaxy Note to TV
Feb
20
answered Where does Google Music store the “offline tracks”?
Feb
20
answered move .apk files to Nokia 6303
Feb
19
comment 3G icon won't change with Miui themes
If you've got a file explorer that works with root permissions you could just copy it on to your SD card, then move that over to your computer. Otherwise you can try the CyanogenMod wiki's instructions for setting up the SDK/adb: wiki.cyanogenmod.com/wiki/… (I think you can ignore the JDK stuff at the top of the page, you shouldn't need it just for adb).
Feb
19
comment 3G icon won't change with Miui themes
I guess they might have forgotten to change the icon in the framework-res.apk file or something of that nature. You'd need to pull /system/framework/framework-res.apk and extract it to check the drawables.