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After a long while and more serious privacy flops I had, I found a solution to this security breach of Samsung (Credit). Install adb on your computer (manual) Setup adb access (e.g. USB Debugging) on your device (manual) Launch adb shell and execute the following commands: pm uninstall --user 0 com.samsung.clipboardsaveservice pm uninstall --user 0 com....


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How about "OpenVPN for Android" made by schwabe. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=de.blinkt.openvpn https://github.com/schwabe/ics-openvpn It has per app connection setting by whitelist or blacklist, though it doesn't support second VPN or SOCKS proxy for the excepted apps.


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@JinaneK was on the correct path suggesting to used Ctrl+Z. You will need to install a keyboard that has Ctrl key such as Hacker's Keyboard if your keyboard app does not have it. After you delete a text, open Hacker's Keyboard (if it was not already opened), press Ctrl (you will see an indication on the key that it is activated, on my phone, the indication ...


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the proper way is give your sdcard + device + screenlock pin to the expert the Nokia 5 is listed as exploitable. someone with skills can do: on the device itself make a full ROM dump of all partitions including encrypted userdata partition and encryption key using the read command in EDL mode downgrade the bootloader to make bootchain vulnerable ...


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Usually, if the session is not closed just an undo or ctrl+z can do it.


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The actions in these answer are from a Galaxy Note 8 which is nearly identical to your device. Unfortunately I do not know any way to sync them and as far as I know, it is not possible. However, I can explain this behavior. The clipboard is a feature of the keyboard which is nothing but an application that registers itself as an Input Method with the ...


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Sorry, you can't do it the way you intend to. Google photos can back up to Ext.SD, only if the card is treated as internal storage. In your case the SD card is not treated as a part of device memory (portable) . Adoptable-storage is applicable only if the card is actually mounted on the device and not when connected via USB connector. See adoptable-...


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As @Robert said in the above comment, I have switched from 3:4H (25 megapixels) to 3:4. And HDR now works.


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Install the stock recovery first through fastboot. Then install twrp recovery again through fastboot. Then install the zip file of the stock rom. It worked for me. Get the stock recovery and stock rom from https://forum.xda-developers.com/realme-3-pro/how-to/guide-to-stock-rom-stock-recovery-t3940604


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ext4 can be explored without mounting, using debugfs tool. But natively there is no way to access raw filesystem without root access on Android devices. Partitions are enumerated as block devices by Linux kernel, and default permission set by Android's init on block devices is 0600 (can be overridden in uevent.rc) or 0660 in case of vold, owned by 0:0. Also ...


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I can't say with Chrome (couldn't find any flags to modify the behavior) but with Firefox, it seems possible. See screenshots of the zoomed text from within the boxes you linked. (Click to enlarge)


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There are some reports in Nokia Community that the most recent MR update (December 2nd update) release to the Nokia 7.2 has caused some lagginess for a number of users. You will need to wait for Nokia to push a release which fixes this. My Nokia 7.2 has been working normally. So, not all users are impacted. And some users already tried with a hard reset ...


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After a fair amount of testing on my Samsung Galaxy Note 9, using server different apps, I have discovered that it is not possible to use a 3.5mm jack microphone in conjunction with Bluetooth headphones. Instead I had to use a 3.5mm splitter cable (widely available online) and connect my microphone and regular 3.5mm jack headphones.


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Problem solved: It was necessary to insert a SIM card. (I had tried it only with WLAN without SIM).


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