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The command to disable app's components is pm disable <package>/<component>. So, I ran this command: ~$ pm disable com.sbi.SBIFreedomPlus/com.sbi.rc.DetectMagisk Component {com.sbi.SBIFreedomPlus/com.sbi.rc.DetectMagisk} new state: disabled It was successful. But, the app refused to launch. In hindsight, this should have been obvious as the app ...


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Necropost, but I encounted it today, so here manual for future generations. You could use android debugger even if you think you couldn't. No root required. Unlock developer mode on your phone (i) Settings > About your phone > About your Software > Build number - tap it 7 times Allow USB debug on the phone {} Developer mode > Debug > USB ...


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I noticed that the Chrome version on my new phone was older than the old phone. After many failed attempts, I was able to update Chrome to the latest version from the Play Store. Voila! The shortcuts now work.


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I landed on this question + answer for a similar problem on a Motorola Moto G6 instead of a Samsung: the screen takes a slightly red-ish tint in the evening until the morning. For the Motorola phone, there is an independent set of screen settings which includes a night mode (it's a blue screen filter with a schedule, not a black and white mode). To access it,...


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When you open a file through a file manager, the receiving application is automatically granted access to that resource. Though the access is somehow limited (short lived) and may not work past app or device restart. As an author of Just (Video) Player, I focus on simple working design where you don't need read permission except for some edge case (...


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I found a simple solution without requiring a third party app. Just connect to the device using shell: adb shell Then run: logcat | grep your.package.name It will only show lines that contain that package name.


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