From Shared Libraries on Android which explains
native code in Chrome on Android
Android L & M need ChromeModernPublic.aab
Android N, O & P need MonochromePublic.aab
Android Q needs TrichromeChrome.aab + TrichromeLibrary.apk
Further down the page it explains what these packages do (in developer speak). So, it's perfectly safe and ...
It might not always be possible to transfer data between multiple users/profiles. It depends on the Device/Work Policy Controller app, installed by you or your IT admin.
Android device can be managed in two ways: fully managed (which is setup at the time of first use or after factory reset on a company owned device) and work profiles (which can be added or ...
The key related to MAC randomization is only generated for the first time.
And the MAC address is calculated by calling hmac_sha256 over the ssid with the generated key.
This key is stored in the /data/... on the device, and as far as i know, Android does not provide any API to remove it.
But when you perform a factory reset, all the data located under /data/...
The screenshot show the "quick settings panel" with "tiles" for actions.
The number of "tiles" per row is defined by ROM and you can't change that (unless your ROM provides a setting for doing that). If your device is rooted, there could be solutions. This is defined by a system UI property quick_settings_min_num_tiles (not sure if it is ROM dependent)
In general productive usage of beta versions provided by Google is not recommended.
Google provides beta versions of upcoming Android versions for developers. Using the beta versions they are able to check if their apps will be compatible with the upcoming Android versions. Also developers can use those images to make some first test with upcoming new ...
It is not a bug. Swiping to move forward as not yet been implemented natively only swiping to move back
with the new system navigation mode - users can navigate back (left/right edge swipe), to the home screen (swipe up from the bottom), and trigger the device assistant (swipe in from the bottom corners) with gestures rather than buttons.
To use the ...
Source-reddit, which references Android documentation
to DISABLE the h/w composer:
adb shell service call SurfaceFlinger 1008 i32 1
to ENABLE the h/w composer:
adb shell service call SurfaceFlinger 1008 i32 0
These need to be run as root and can be in a script or using the Termux Boot app as described in wiki
For some reason, this works the opposite way ...
AFAIK you cannot change Android ID without root or without performing a factory reset.
For my own and future visitors' reference, I'll explain what you asked in the comment:
Would a factory reset also lead to a different app-specific ID?
Android documentation is not very clear about this:
"The value may change if a factory reset is performed on the ...
To disable /enable this permission :
Settings → notifications→ Special app access→
Install unknown apps →your app
AFAIR, this change came about from Oreo (Android 8)
Solid explorer and Mixplorer are the one's I use and they both install apk's (OnePlus 7, Android 10)
(From Mixplorer - click to enlarge)
You have 2 options:
You can use a local web server in your Android phone itself. There are many server apps out there in the Play Store, one such app is Simple HTTP Server.
You can put your documents into the folder Android/data/com.android.chrome/files/Download/ in the internal storage. It's absolute path is /storage/emulated/0/Android/data/com.android....
On Android 11 there is a new option "Wi-Fi-enhanced MAC randomization" in the developer options.
When you enable it and delete/forget the network and then reconnect you get every time a new MAC address. Also you get a new MAC address for this Wifi/SSID when you reboot your device. Disabling and enabling Wifi is not enough to get a new MAC.
When you ...
As suggested by @beeshyams, I search my app with the keyboard clock.
Then, I found an app which set the wake-up alarm at 08:30 am.
Very strange, this app does not show in the RECENT APP list after alarm ringing.
This is a workaround and not what the OP wants in terms of vertical recents ( I don't think it's possible for reasons mentioned at the end of answer).
Install EdXposed (How to install EdXposed on Android 10 without triggering safety net), Xposed Edge Pro at a minimum and Gravity Box for 10 (beta) (preferred).
In Xposed Edge Pro, enable gestures and select ...
Download Automate app and make a flow like this..
Allow the permissions And then configure it like this. Notice the option "When UI element appear".
Then click on record. Now, make a call and end/hang up it so that you get the dialog-box. Click on Cancel in the dialog box, see the details and try to understand if the interaction has been recorded....
Notebooks usually don't have ports (HDMI, display-port) for display-input, only display-output for connecting an external monitor/TV.
If you want to remote-control your phone from your Linux laptop I recommend the software scrcpy to you. It let you use mouse and keyboard from a PC and see the display of the smartphone on your monitor/laptop display. The ...
If you want to get rid off the news feed and have only google search enter in application google then in the settings of the application ( click on more that is in the bottom right corner then settings ) enter general and turn off discover.
If you want to remove the function of left swipe enter in settings then in the home screen then turn off google ...
create a file in MicroSD Card. make sure the file is not too large for fat32 file size limitation
busybox dd if=/dev/zero seek=4294967295 bs=1 count=0 of=/mnt/media_rw/6DE8-1BC6/loop.img
create a file system (confirm with y)
/system/bin/mke2fs -t ext4 /mnt/media_rw/6DE8-1BC6/loop.img
loop mount the file to existing directory
mkdir -p /data/data/com.termux/...
At the time of this writing (v87, Dec 2020), Chrome for Android doesn't support biometric-protected credential autofill.
This has been reported on Chromium Issue Tracker #1139045 - Security Feature: Only auto-fill passwords after user provides fingerprint or PIN on Oct 16, 2020, and acknowledged by a Chromium contributor.
Comment 4 by email@example.com on ...
With methods described below, when the phone disconnect from your wifi network, wifi will be immediately switched off. Also they don't require the Location Services to be on.
A. Xposed Edge
Open Xposed Edge, go to More triggers > Wifi Disconncted > Wifi > Turn off.
Open Macrodroid, click Add Macro.
Click the + on the right of Trigger. ...
If you are lucky for a tablet you can get one major Android version upgrade and security updates up to 2 years after the device has been released to market. After that time span usually do won't get any official updates anymore.
This situation is sad. Samsung is one of the manufacturer who release updates for a long time for it's premium devices.
If you want ...
First, enable Developer Options by going to Settings -> System -> About Phone -> Software Version and tapping "Build Number" until it says you're a developer.
Then, go to Settings -> Developer Options and enable "Show Touches".
This shows the small pointer/dot when you press on the screen, as is often seen in emulators.
I found out what the issue was. Leaving it out here if someone else encounters this as well. This icon essentially means 'Sensors off'. The symbol was the reason my camera was not working as well.
Inside the developer options, under quick developer tiles, there is a 'Sensors off' option.
Not sure why disabling the developer options did not revert back the ...
I did a search in Play Store for "-5" with no results, also on YEE ole great god Google. Not much returned.
I would start with your phone service provider. They are suppose to give you a level of device support. I've personally stumped the US Cellular chumps before. Give it a try. They do keep a knowledge base of customer calls. Who knows, you ...
As pointed out in comment, this is because of Scoped Storage introduced from Android 10.
Before Android 10, any app could read or write any files to external storage (the place where apps store their data), if they requested the READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE and WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE permissions. Starting from Android 10,apps can only access data created by them ...
So here is the problem: the latest (non-beta) WhatsApp is set up with a target platform of Android 10, but the developers failed to include a request for
ACCESS_BACKGROUND_LOCATION in the manifest.xml file in the apk. This is a problem because this is a new permission introduced in Android 10 and any app not requesting it which also targets Android 10 is ...
In MX Explorer settings → More settings → check "allow root" . That should prompt request for root
Check if root rights have been given to MX Explorer in Magisk Superuser (if not check logs, if it had been denied)