It is the same as the "more apps folder promoted apps issue"
Open the More Apps folder (in your case Giochi?)
Tap on the folder name ‘More Apps’ or whatever you renamed it (tap on the Giochi as seen on the screenhot you provided)
Turn off the Promoted apps switch.
You can be pretty sure, but you first have to know all the technologies that can output Android APK.
If you know, export the app as an APK and extract it with any zip tool. Then check its content:
If you see 1 class and /assets full of HTML content, then it's likely Phonegap / Cordova
If you see folders named like Appcelerator or Titanium, then it's ...
I still don't know how to make this work, but I ended up using the app Full Screen Gestures instead. It lets you configure actions for when you swipe inwards from the screen edges, and I simply configured it to start my desired apps on swipe, allowing me to effortlessly switch between them.
Android 9 has native support for external cameras, but in order for it to work it should be implemented by the manufacturer, which according to anecdotal reports I saw online isn't done by most or even any of them. I just faced the same problem myself and it seems the best bet is to take an open-source solution and tweak it to support UVC cameras using an ...
fwiw in the ui if you go to the settings screen that lets you control special app access permissions (wifi control, device admins, modify system settings, unrestricted data, etc.) under unrestricted data access the toggle will not be available for any apps you've restricted background data on. I check here to see if I'm missing any apps that I had ...
I thought until now that "cache" is part of "RAM"? Or what is the difference? There are two different options available so there must be some kind of difference I guess.
RAM is the space in main memory used by running processes. Similar to the RAM used in desktops and laptops.
Cached data includes the files, images, scripts and other media files stored on ...
I had a similar problem
When we have a problem we can remove the application with adb
# find your package
pm list packages -f | grep [package_name]
# uninstall your package
adb uninstall [package_name]
But in my case it did not work. This was due that I have a Samsung (Galaxy S10) with the application "Security Folder", And I forgot that I added this app ...
From the Blloc site
Start your smartphone experience differently with Blloc: the real (non-Google) stock Android experience without any forced Google services.
Zero18 comes with the Blloc MNML operating system—a distraction-free custom software built on top of Android 8.1
So out of the box there appears to be NO Google Services.
There is a difference between disabling and removing bloatwares. Disabling can be done without root, but removing them can be done with root only.
The app for LG that you mentioned changes device ownership permissions. It asks you to make itself the device owner. Quoting this site,
A Device Owner is an application that runs as a device administrator on ...
While revoking a runtime manifest permission requested by an app, the system warning: “If you deny this permission, basic features of your device may no longer function as intended.” is displayed by PackageInstaller if the permission was GRANTED_BY_DEFAULT:
~$ pm dump packages | grep -E 'Package |GRANTED_BY_DEFAULT' | grep -B1 android.permission
I'm in college and in my case there are a proxy, this is common, and it's sometimes a good thingm becouse protects the people behind, in this case you may need to contact yout network admin and ask how to acces the network properly. If the proxy has no authentication it's just a little setup, but if not, you may need to use some app to get authentificated, ...
If I understood the problem correctly the vulnerability is located in the camera apps. Updating apps is the responsibility of the Google PlayStore or in case of Samsung there is also the Samsung "Galaxy Store" which is usually comes pre-installed on all Samsung devices.
Therefore in this case no firmware update is required.
In both cases Google and ...