My phone is working on 4.1.1 and I downloaded and installed the application, it worked fine. No problems at all. XDA seems to be a reliable source. I used it to type this answer and I'm going to uninstall it as I have paid version of SwiftKey.
I'll post a comment whether it uninstalls or not.
I created a bookmarklet for this:
This displays any TITLE texts as text with ...
Your phone's headphone jack is failing. When you buy new phones, the plug is a nominal dimension (3.5 mm is the standard, but the specification is surely much more precise than that). After inserting and removing the plug a few hundred times, the tip and rings wear, reducing their size a tiny bit. The same wear occurs on the spring-loaded contacts inside ...
I have looked into this issue before, and as it stands at the moment, native android does not support exFAT or NTFS.
Support for additional formatting types are included in some ROMs because they have been specifically coded to do so such as AFAIK which I believe supports NTFS.
I think you are stuck with FAT32 unless you wish to root and flash a ROM that ...
Even if such notifications look "official", they rarely are. They are specifically styled in a way to make them appear such, to betray people thinking that and tempt them to install the "stuff" behind. But one is more likely to install some malware that way, often a Trojan – like in your case: Its permanent switching on of network functionality suggests it's ...
Found the solution in the thing called „internet“:
(in the following it is assumed, that all backups are stored to a SD card).
TWRP stores backups with a „serial number“ of the phone. i.e. when looking into a SD card, there is a folder called TWRP/BACKUPS. Inside this there are subfolders named after a unique ID for every phone. E.g. CC48TY402141 or ...
HTC update.zip is encrypted and does not respect the standard file layout. META-INF is missing, content is:
Therefore this file can only flashed from stock recovery.
If there are system apps then she won't be able to delete them unless the device is rooted.
With no root, you are left with disabling them. Settings -> Apps, select the app, then click on Disable.
If you are unable to disable them via the settings as indicated above, then try disabling them via adb as shown in this answer.
The usual question. According to GSMArena, your device has 8 GB internal storage altogether – which is not only the /data partition (where your apps and user data are stored), but also includes the /system partition where the OS resides. Depending on manufacturer and device, the latter can consume up to 8 GB of your internal storage chip (usually devices ...
It seems like HTC Desire 500 has a "system write protection", so you may need to flash a custom (modified) kernel to prevent the system from protecting itself from modification.
Check this post on XDA forum.
(from an Android 4.4.4 user on a Nexus 7 2013)
I began to have this problem after installing the Xposed module "XInstaller". I uninstalled that module and everything went back to normal.
Important: It can get easy to confuse all of these X words. It wasn't "Xposed Installer" that was the issue. The issue was the module for Xposed called "XInstaller". This ...
That is because your phone has several partitions, and some of those are not user-accessible, but they are required by the OS for the proper functioning of the device. This storage is "partitioned" from your physical storage. These partitions are as follows:
1) bootloader or variants thereof: About a few MB. Responsible for booting up your device. You can't ...
It didn't solve it however once I realized that HTC calls their backup a ruu file I was able to alter the common push su code and able to use lost Android to exploit the temp root and change the build props to turn s-off
When your phone starts and you connect it to your PC you can restart your phone into bootloader using adb (USB-Debugging has to be enabled).
Connect device to PC and be sure that the drivers are installed
Download the Android-SDK (it includes adb) or find a stand alone on google
navigate to this folder and run adb devices
when your Device is shown your ...
In your phone's settings, look for Input settings. It might come under Languages or Text Input. Look for the list of keyboards, and de-select Google Voice Typing. Note that your phone should have another keyboard installed for you to be able to switch to something else.
Because this account is the primary account on the device, Google Play tends to use it as the default. You can switch which account to use by opening the side drawer:
You can see the other account icons that are there, and I have a dropdown next to my primary account. Clicking on that allows me to choose a different account.
But since you don't know the ...
You can install the Xposed framework on a rooted device.
There are numerous modules that will enable softkeys on the device. Have a search in Xposed in the "Downloads" section for "softkeys".
One example is here and it has the Android L style soft keys. In case the article goes down here's the XDA thread with the apk
I am not sure how the offers you have work, but could you go to the play store in a browser and buy them there on your HTC and tell it to install them on the N4? I've had to do that for devices since you cannot access the Devices page from the app itself. If necessary, you may have to clear defaults with the browser and Play Store so that you have the option ...
I assume that rooting and flashing a ICS rom on your HTC desire is out of the question, so how about you take the SIM card from your HTC to your nexus 4, complete the offer, then switch back? If the offer is tied to the operator the nexus 4 should be able to make the purchase just fine.
If the offer is tied to the device model (HTC), then try this app on ...
These are the steps I took on my HTC Desire running Android version 2.2 to delete all calendar data, and in turn the PC Sync calendar:
On the phone, open Settings > Applications > Manage Applications
Click the “All” tab at the top of the screen
Scroll down and tap the Calendar Storage application
Tap the “Clear data” button, and confirm you’d like to ...
The device does not support all of the features, candy crush requires, and therefor the play store will not allow you to install it.
You can attempt to download the APK from the interweb or try an alternative repository. Amazon app store perhaps?
Just install the WhatsApp on your new phone, and sign-in with the same number. WhatsApp will automatically stop forwarding the message to your old phone, and you'll start receiving the messages on your new phone.
To uninstall WhatsApp from your phone, you can go to Settings > Application Manager > Scroll down to WhatsApp > Click on it > Click on ...
I am an authorized dealer for metro PCS and we have to warranty out the device as this Is a hardware error from the manufacturer. It happens every now and then. So take your device(s) to your local dealer and warranty your phone. No matter of rooting will help this as it is a hardware defect.