It can be done using many ways,
if you use the same Google account on both devices then just a simple cloud restore from the initial setup screen would setup everything just the same. (when I was switching roms frequently which are all based upon lineage, or same feature sets, I noticed even personal settings appeared to be restored along with all apps, ...
Please understand my awkward English (I am writing with an English dictionary.)
As you can see comments on this question, I have solved this problem by FireLord's help, but it not perfect, because I am not good at Android.
This question is similar to this. Refer to this first.
In summary, my simple solution is this:
Using Settings Editor (needs Xposed ...
Android does not store the output of logcat in flash memory. Instead logcat uses a ring buffer in RAM of usually 64KB up to 4MB (depends on what is configured). RAM is much faster than flash memory and also flash may fail earlier if constantly logmessages are written onto it.
A ringbuffer means that if the buffer is full the oldest entry will be overwritten ...
HOW DNS QUERY AND CACHING WORKS?
Mostly I find that subsequent DNS lookups are always just for mymovies and never again for mymovies.home
NOTE: Just to make sure, check that .home search domain is set:
~$ dumpsys netd | grep 'search domains:'
search domains: home
This behavior is due to Negative DNS Caching. The question is not explicitly about ...
The stock recovery booted perfectly fine. On Pixel, Moto , Nokia and several other devices, you will be presented with No Command screen. You need to follow the following combinations to proceed to recovery from there:
At no command screen:
Press and hold Power key.
Press and release Volume Up key.
Release the power key.
You will be in the stock recovery. ...
On Mozilla's official wiki page for the Android platform they have a direct link to download the apk that you can install to your device manually without access to the Play Store through a Google account.
In my case screenshots were actually located under Pictures/Screenshots.
Yet for some reason this directory wasn't visible when I was connected in (I believe default) Transfer files mode.
When I switched to Transfer Photos (PTP) , the Screenshots folder became visible from file browser.
To change, I needed to click on notification USB for file transfer, ...
Chrome can read file from the SD card folders it has access to. That folder, if you have set to download pages on the SD card, can be located by clicking Menu, then Downloads, then clicking on the gear. You have unrestricted access to that folder. But if you try to navigate to the parent folder, you will receive an Access to the file was denied message (if ...
TWRP allows backup for devices with no external MicroSD Card. Therefore TWRP does always exclude Internal Storage from backup. They recommend manually copy Internal Storage via USB-MTP (which makes sense after creating TWRP backup because it contains TWRP Backup folder too). If you know how to unpack/repack recovery.img you can add this fix (experimental) ...
Android Oreo - 8.0 uses Forced Encryption
The data is now encrypted for safer usage on Android, older devices had the option to encrypt in security settings.
Nowadays it is a requirement of Android to safely protect your data.
Why is so important ?
Encryption helps to stop personal information theft fron even the most persistent ...
The support is based on device performance rather than the actual hardware or software limitations.
For example, if your device has a slow processor then reading the SD Card to do a Media Scan will take for ever... So long that it will impact the user experience constantly waiting for the SD Card to read.
So, as to improve the user's experience they ...
If you are using a local user connection go to manage->users and reset the password.
Maybe the user's password is blocked. there is a windows mechanism that if someone tries to connect X times using bad credential the user turned to be blocked.
If Developer options is enable, you can set "Force activities to be resizable" to On.
Settings -> Developers options -> Force activities to be resizable
Then, restarts the phone.
It has worked for me when there were apps not developed to use split screen by default.
For an app to be allowed to work in split-window mode, there is a certain parameter android:resizeableActivity=["true" | "false"] that has to be set to true.
Since Android 7.0, this is true by default, but it's still possible to be set to false if the developer thinks the app will not behave correctly in split-window.
As @Andrew T. suggested in a comment, ...
Not sure about GUI interface you want or a third party app that may do this for you, you can use CLI (terminal app or adb shell):
~$ dumpsys netpolicy | grep '^[ ]*UID=.*METERED_BACKGROUND'
UID=10173 policy=4 (ALLOW_METERED_BACKGROUND)
UID=10176 policy=1 (REJECT_METERED_BACKGROUND)
File /data/system/netpolicy.xml can also be read directly with root ...
The comment made by @Izzy is correct; you can accomplish it with automation. I am using MacroDroid to demonstrate it.
Assumptions: The screen is off (when the screen is on, you are using the phone).
In the Trigger tab, in the Device Events section, select Notification, then Notification Received. Choose Any Application, on the next screen, click OK.