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I had the same issue with my Fossil Sport watch. I live in Canada and it showed as Fahrenheit. When I setup the phone it did not give an English (Canada) option, so I picked English (United States). I found a solution though. I updated my language setting on my phone through Settings, System, Languages and inputs, Languages. I had English (United States) as ...


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I had the same problem and did the following (you can try upfront whether step 7 does it already for you): Backup old card (whole disk) as an image using ddrescue, save decryption key on your computer Remove adopted card Take a new card, format as internal, migrate data to this card, save decryption-Key on your computer, shutdown phone, remove new card ...


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Permission to location, and location services being on should be two separate things. If I agree this app can use low accuracy location data wifi etc. VS this app uses or requires the phone gps to be enabled. Example i keep gps on my phone off, but I cant sync my fitbit because they say that not only do i need to give the app location permission the phones ...


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Check your Bixby routines is you have a Samsung. It might be set to turn on music as soon as Bluetooth is connected.


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I made a male to male cable at the end and connected it, connected and restored default.prop . :)


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Here's my suggestions: Firstly: If your phone has a front-facing camera, use that. Secondly: grab a can of air duster and spray the rear-facing camera out( if this clears it up, then find a crystal clear tape and cover it. Or get a case that covers it.) Lastly: I'm taking the assumption that you do have another phone. If so, just take the photo and transfer(...


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Unfortunately there is no way on Android 6 (and even 7) to reinstall a system app uninstalled with adb shell pm uninstall. The command adb shell cmd package install-existing has only been introduced with Android 8.0. On these older android versions, it is safer to use : adb shell am force-stop $package && pm disable-user $package && pm clear $...


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Root your device at your own risk! Check your device model number. (for SM-G550FY/SM-G550T1/SM-G5500T2/SM-G5500 only) Select TWRP Based on the mobile model number. Make sure your device battery is charged above 50% Backup your current files and data, just in case (save them on external storage). Flash TWRP using odin Install SuperSU. For detailed ...


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Try this solution: https://android.stackexchange.com/a/217936/218526 The Directory Binder option in Lucky Patcher might work as well. Haven't tried it out myself though, so no promises.


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I had the same problem on a Samsung Galaxy J5 (Android 6.0.1). I am not sure how it happened but I could not see my encrypted microSD card and could not decrypt it. The solution of mohas did not work for me but I managed otherwise: Plug the microSD on a computer and transfer the encrypted data to the computer (they won't be readable but they can be copied) ...


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