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If your phone specification state that it can support sd card >32gb (recent phones have support like 128gb, 512gb, 1tb or 2tb), then it supports SDXC. Otherwise if it only supports 32gb and below, it only supports SDHC since there are no SDHC cards that has greater than 32gb of storage. Regardless of the UHS-1 class, your phone can still detect micro SD ...


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You have to use the tool towelroot by Geohot (https://towelroot.com/) or FrameRoot Apk from XDA Developers(https://forum.xda-developers.com/apps/framaroot/root-framaroot-one-click-apk-to-root-t2130276). All this toolks are .apk files that you can install on your smartphone and click root once installed.


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As far as the app you found my impression is, that it is as of until someone of standing in the community can legitimately say otherwise, that its ability and origin are "questionable" at this time. I have only seen a few people even comment ABOUT it, let alone bonafide users that actually USED it and have some form of empirical data that can back ...


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As Izzy mentioned the issue here was that the owner of the ROM had modified the ro.build.version.sdk in the build.prop without actually provide any feature of the API level 23. I am not sure if Fidz's answer is correct since I could not find any resource online that claims the same thing (correct me if I am wrong), Google's official site claims nothing about ...


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You should flash a custom recovery, then reboot your phone in recovery. And then in the recovery, wipe the Dalvik-cache.


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Go to settings>more connection settings>data monitor>data control or the equivalent of these settings on your phone. Once in data control check whether those apps that are not working are blocked and if so enable them to use network. This worked for me.


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