For the time being, the only way to access the clipboard manager is when the suggestion strip is enabled in Gboard settings. There are no shortcuts on the keyboard nor is there an option for it in the settings.
It's because the app is not compatible with your device, and thus Google Play Store app filters those out because the user won't be able to install from it anyway (APK sideloading is always possible though).
As stated in Android Developer's official documentation,
How filters work on Google Play
Google Play uses the filter restrictions described ...
Unless you block Download Manager, Google Play Services and Google Pay Store from accessing internet, then you can't stop it from updating. Blocking them will also have the effect of preventing other apps to update which I presume you don't want.
That's a random string appended to apps installation path in order to force developers don't hard-code paths in apps, instead use proper APIs.
Quoted from Android 8.0 Behavior Changes:
You can no longer assume that APKs reside in directories whose names end in -1 or -2. Apps should use sourceDir to get the directory, and not rely on the directory format ...
That really depends on if there is an app to stream stations from your country, unless you are talking about a real FM radio receiver function in the phone.
My s10e doesn't have an FM radio function, so the only way for me to get 'FM stations' is by streaming the station over the Internet with an app. I assume yours is the same. If not, read below. Carriers ...
If that is possible, it is not easy, but it is possible.
It is best to use an improved WhatsApp mod, but with a different package, called GBWhatsApp https://www.descargarplus.com/whatsapp-plus. It works in Parallel with the latest version, you just have to download the installable file, APK.
Try the following:
Open Chrome, then Settings,select Site Settings
Click on Notifications. Check if that website is listed among the Allowed sites.
If yes, Click on it. Remove or block the permissions given to it by clicking on the permissions
Is the application will take our data for them? I.e: It ask to access images in the phone, will the application will copy and send all the images to the developer? Or, will the application copy the conversation as it has access to the microphone?
There is no authoritative answer to this in the absence of the source code of the software being available for ...
If you set in the settings of Google Play Music, if you have set to cache on the external SD card, your songs can be found in,
If you have used the internal storage or do not have any sd card inserted the songs can be found in /sdcard/Android/data/com.google.android.music/files/music
It is a 5kB app, with the package name com.evenwell.nps.
It is a system app, which i can't find an option to disable, if you have root your mileage may vary.
You could try opening up Digital Wellbeing (system > Digital Wellbeing), and setting a block on it that way, I have turned off Digital Wellbeing though, so i can't vouch for it
I have a Nokia 3.1, and ...