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Oct
18
reviewed Approve Configure Android to save pictures/video to SDCard
Oct
18
revised How to find android apps occupies RAM memory space?
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Oct
17
comment Can I download apps via my Linux PC then install them on Android from there?
How can I download an APK file from the Play Store? and How can I install an app given only its APK file? would be relevant reading.
Oct
17
answered How can I enable calling over Wifi for a T-Mobile based Moto X?
Oct
17
comment Why does the Android OS use so much battery power?
Whether or not something is a duplicate is not generally decided by the answers provided, but by the content of the questions themselves, so your last statement seems rather confusing. If you agree that the questions are the same but find the answers lacking, consider adding a bounty.
Oct
17
revised Adjusting between Group & Single text messaging on Galaxy S4
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Oct
17
comment Unable to mount SD card to Ubuntu 12.04 LTS
If it's using MTP, then there are a number of questions you may want to look at. android.stackexchange.com/questions/15877/…, android.stackexchange.com/questions/34162/…, android.stackexchange.com/questions/52072/…
Oct
16
comment How to upgrade or remove and install a new Android OS in Ubislate 7C+ Tablet
Also, whatever you're looking for, it's not going to be as simple as downloading "Android 4.2 for tablets". There is a lot of device-specific code that is proprietary and cannot be included in the Android source (drivers and the like). You'll need a build that's specifically designed for your device, and it's possible that no such build exists if the device lacks support from the manufacturer and third-parties.
Oct
16
revised Suppress “autoplay” when external USB drive connected
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Oct
13
comment How does Android measure connectivity state?
I'm not sure I understand how your situation is differnt than the other questions. The second question in particular describes the exact same symptoms. The Internet works, but the icons are gray because the icon color is only an indication of your connection to Google's services, nothing else. It could be that your office network is somehow restricting your access to Google's services, but not the Internet at large. We'd probably need more information to make that determination, though.
Oct
13
reviewed Reject Download video from DailyMotion
Oct
12
comment Correctly adding movies to a Nexus 7
I'm not sure that the Play Movies app works like that. Play Books doesn't display local content, for example.
Oct
11
revised What is the address for internal storage on browser?
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Oct
10
reviewed Reject How to fix Facebook (Build 14…), download manager process on Samsung Galaxy S2
Oct
10
reviewed Approve How do I get my phone to connect the internal SD by USB?
Oct
10
comment Flashing Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 (Verizon branded)
I don't think the Tab 2 has fastboot support. You'll probably have to install the ROM via either a custom recovery or Odin/Heimdall. A generic "how to root" guide can probably help you get a recovery installed. Might start by looking into that: forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1900055
Oct
9
comment Flashing Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 (Verizon branded)
What steps/guide (if any) are you attempting to follow? What are you expecting to happen when you go past the warning? It's not "hanging", it's waiting for you to flash your ROM. Related: Whats ODIN mode in Galaxy Tab 2?
Oct
9
comment How to turn on USB mass storage with JellyBean
How can I use my Galaxy Nexus as an external USB storage drive? would probably be applicable in a general sense. It's a different device, but MTP is going to work the same way on anything that's using it.
Oct
8
revised Moto X has 5 models with different LTE bands. Does it matter which one I get?
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Oct
8
comment Moto X has 5 models with different LTE bands. Does it matter which one I get?
@StephenSchrauger: I would argue that's splitting hairs a bit, though. You couldn't force it to support some other arbitrary band without disassembling the phone and finding a way to attach a new antenna. The point I was intending to make is that you cannot change the hardware's supported bands via software means. Perhaps this wasn't clear enough. Incidentally, I would wager the number of phones with software band lockouts like that are pretty small (though perhaps increasing; the N4 has an LTE band 4 chip that is software-disabled by the baseband as well).