/emmc is basically ok and accessible if you can 'mount' it. You already have a working CWM installed which comes with adb enabled. This gives you some options.
Boot to CWM recovery and mount your partition in the 'mounts and storage' section. It's now accessible internally and you can use the adb tool (ADB stands for 'Android debug bridge', it's usually used ...
To set up your mp3 file as a ringtone, simply create a new folder on your SD Card and rename it "ringtones", without the quotes of course. (Do same for alarms, notifications and ui). After that, add your mp3 files to the folder. Go to "Setting--sound--phone ringtone", there, you will see your added mp3 file.
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Edit: Proof of theory is in testing it, so the reults are right on top to encourage making an informed decision while shopping for USB charging cables.
Of late, I noticed that my Huawei Honor 6 device was charging slower and decided to replace USB charging cable. I bought these Tronsmart cables at a price comparable with budget cables. These are 20 AWG ...
Yes, when you see mmcqd on the top-3 processes most of the time you can assure there is a bottleneck created on any storage/flash. You can check that fact easily at the developer options in Android (how to get it), by enabling view CPU usage, the blue color represents I/O operations (more info).
My scenario was more general than the one of the original ...
It could be your number being "blacklisted" on your wife's phone. There are a lot of apps on the playstore offering this feature, and some Android versions can do so on their own (just configure the contact in your contacts list correspondingly).
So here's what you could do:
check with your SIM card placed in some other phone (if that option exists; at ...
Should I relock the bootloader after getting s-off? Will that prevent
me from doing anything?
No. You can't flash unsigned ROM nor alter ROM (e.g. get permanent root). Source.
In that tutorial under the facepalm instructions, do I need to do step
7 if I already got s-off using facepalm?
Yes. It is needed so you can flash the /boot partition from ...
I have three Droid Incredibles that we have replaced with different phones. The play store still works on all of them.
Check out this post for the most recent Google Play apk and side load it.
If that doesn't work, I would recommend doing a factory reset. It seems like your system has gotten confused.
Alos, look into Airplane Mode Wifi app to keep your ...
So I seem to have addressed this issue, but basically by trial and error. I tried formatting the SD card, but that didn't fix the problem. Finally, I gave up and re-flashed the phone with a full wipe, and then re-installed my apps one by one. Eventually, I found that the Amazon Appstore app was a cause of the problem. Without Amazon Appstore, my phone is ...
I don't even know if this will work, but after having this problem intermittently on an AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and not being able to find DTMF settings anywhere, I found this: Settings > Device > Personalization > Accessibility > Dexterity and Interaction > Press and hold delay (options short, med, long)
On a T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy ...
I got this to work under CM 11 by opening the Phone app, hitting the dotted line for settings, then un-checking the "Dial pad touch tones" option. I can't hear the touch tones anymore, but at least I can access my voicemail.
I have an international i9300.
Look, I got tired of searching how to mount the drive automaticaly in UMS mode, and the solution above is right.
echo /dev/block/mmcblk0 > /sys/devices/lm-2/gadget/lun0/file
Search for the correct file /sys/device in your system.
This way I can use Tasker to auto-mount my device whe a USB connection is detected.
This app is designed to mount your phone as soon as it is plugged in. It seems to do your missing step.
Alternatively, this command (found from this forum) can be run on the phone (ex. adb shell) to turn on disk mode.
echo /dev/block/mmcblk0 > /sys/devices/platform/usb_mass_storage/lun0/file
Edit: This only appears to work in recovery.
Auto Mount App