Probably they can not see what you write in proton mail. As comment explains, typically the apps have no access to the data of the others, thus the apps of the google have no special permission, and no access to other apps (and not even to the data of each other - for example, gmail can not see your google maps timeline).
The OS itself is developed ...
Even I faced the same problem while using WiFi
U can try these
Restart the router
Restart the device
Going to settings and uninstall the updates of play store. As it is a system app, you can revert back to latest version after sometime
Hope it helps
Sounds like you may have booted up in SAFEmode on your Android device. When you boot into SAFEmode all 3rd party apps are organically disabled to allow for more accurate troubleshooting of the device. You will know that you are in SAFEmode by looking at the bottom left corner of the device, If it reads SAFEmode than that would be your issue. In the event ...
you can use key mapper app (free and open source) to map a bunch of functions, including tapping the screen.
or you can get termux and do everything from CLI. (warning: might be a huge learning curve ahead)
both options are very tech-savy, in exponential quantities, but they mostly work for your case (and mine, i use both).
as i said on the other comment, ...
You can check that using ADB
List the first install time:
for package in $(dumpsys package | grep -Po "Package \[\K[^\]]+"); do
echo $package $(dumpsys package $package | grep firstInstallTime)
last update time:
replace firstInstallTime with lastUpdateTime
If theses Apps changed they will not receive the updates from the Play Store as ...
The applications that are available on the Play Store will not kill Apps as they use the permission GET_TASK which is deprecated from API 26 (Android 5.0) and there is no equivalent for recent Android versions unless if it's a system App (came installed with the phone not from the Play Store).
The solutions to kill the background app is to use an app that ...
Large services like Facebook have own servers for web-site and mobile apps. Other services have one (API) server for both. Therefore there can be a relationship between the server of the website and the server used by the Android app but does not have to be.
The large services even have multiple servers distributed around the world that share the same DNS ...
I don't think there is anyway to get this info from Android (at least, I am not aware of it, if it exists).
You have an app alternative, Usage Analyzer: Apps, Data & History, which gives this information and much more information.
It does not give you explicitly exit time but it gives you start time and usage time, and you can add both to get exit time. ...
How do you know you can trust that the app you wish to install will not contain malicious code?
Consider where you are downloading the application from.
Take the Google Play Store for example: Considering that GPS has been plagued with malware, (
System apps come with OS before even adding accounts. They have nothing to do with which account you use.
Google accounts matter only for user installed apps either if it is a paid app or if auto backup is enabled for that app and you backup your apps.
Only exception I can think of is that your device is rooted and you installed an app that can be made into ...
It's Android 9
The Redmi Note 5 was launched back in 2017, running Snapdragon 625 with MIUI 9.5 based Android 8.1 Oreo. It has since picked the Android 9 Pie. However, in the last couple of months, the device has not received any form of support, and amid the arrival of MIUI 12 update on the device, Xiaomi has now released a new global stable update for the ...