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This phenomenon is called audio feedback which usually occurs when the sound from the speakers reaches back into the microphone, and then gets amplified because of the speaker-mic loop. Common and general solutions are to cut off the loop, or at least reduce the loop gain by: Wearing earphone or headphone (isolate the speaker and the mic, prevent the ...


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@res/xml/network_security_config means that the file containing the network security configuration is included as file into the APK. If you open the APK file using a ZIP tool you will find the file in the path /res/xml/network_security_config.xml. If you use a decompiler like Jadx you can open the item /Resources/res/xml/network_security_config to see the ...


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Before feedback cancellation techniques became common, such an effect would happen even with one pair of phones, e.g. phone A calling phone C. If both phones are on loudspeaker, then the signal emitted by the phone A would go into A's microphone and get transmitted to the phone C, where the same feedback between the loudspeaker and the microphone would re-...


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Stock Android is meant for Pixel devices/other OEMs who like to keep the Android experience stock. Pixel devices are guaranteed to get 3 years of OS updates and security patches. Features, functions, skins, update policies all change when it is ported by other OEMs. android-one is a Google initiative in collaboration with OEMs to provide stock Google ...


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Android launcher(s) is a dedicated app that serves as an UI to the underlying OS. There are tons of launchers available with features catering to the tastes of needs of users. If one needs features to be added to the existing (OEM or third party), they cannot be provided by yet another app because the launcher is so closely tied with the Android OS. Either ...


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It is a known bug with the MMS in SOME LG smartphones where the older version of “Messages” app is installed. Previously deleted MMS picture shows up in newest incoming MMS message instead of the intended image due to this bug. You can fix it by updating the "Messages" app to the latest version. Source: https://www.lg.com/ca_en/support/product-help/...


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You don't give certain apps root permission, but certain apps ask for root permission by executing su binary. It's the developer of the app who decides if the app would perform some tasks with root privileges or not. In order to let apps request root privileges, you need to root your device using e.g. Magisk, SuperSU etc. (whatever works on your device). ...


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It will surely remove the permission, but the moment code inside the program executes a function that requires that permission, the app will crash as a result.


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After trying about 10 different apps, I found (only) a single app that answers these requirements: LED Me know I'm by no way affiliated with this app. Here's how to achieve these 2 requirements: Do yourself a favor and don't be afraid of this extensive writeup. If you're like me, absolutely craving for these basic functionalities, it's completely worth ...


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It is RSA 4096 self signed certificate: Certificate: Data: Version: 3 (0x2) Serial Number: ... Signature Algorithm: sha256WithRSAEncryption Issuer: C = US, ST = California, L = Mountain View, O = Google Inc., OU = Android, CN = Android Validity Not Before: ... 2020 GMT Not After ...


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As far as I know the applications signed by Google is simple that you upload your private key + certificate and Google then performs the signing instead of the app developer. The certificate and the created signature is identical to the one created by a developer. I would assume that Google introduced this feature because a lot of developers loos their app ...


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You could try Win32 Disk Imager to read an image from one MicroSD card and write it to another. First, specify image name and press Read button: Then change sd card and press Write button: Moreover, if there is more storage space on the second SD card, try using free Paragon Partition Manager Community Edition to resize partition (note, FAT32 limited to ...


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