No, it wouldn't make a lot of difference to the battery life, and it's just as likely to increase power consumption as to decrease it. The screen would still draw the same amount of power. All that you'd be saving is that the GPU wouldn't have to do as much work to shade pixels (i.e. determine the colour of each individual pixel) - but that would come at the ...
Simply click this link below it will redirect you to "google play services" in play store. There can be options:
To update(you need to update in this case), or
To deactive(nothing needed, it is already up-to-date).
This icon seems to be some "user is active" icon that notifies you when the device captured you looking at the phone, but not actively using it.
There is a similar icon I know from my Samsung device that is meant to do this. It will prevent the display from becoming dark/locking the device so you can read your article, book etc. without tapping on the ...
After factory reset the core Google Play Services application needs to be updated,
which is most probably you are getting the "Google Play Services missing error"
Try this to resolve the problem:
Go to Settings → Applications → Google Play Services → Clear cache/data.
Go to Settings → Applications → Google play store → Clear cache/data.
Go to Settings → ...
If you cannot factory reset from Android due to a server policy, you can do a hard reboot via the recovery mode. From LG's website1:
Using the hard reset
If you cannot recall your unlock pattern, PIN, or password, you need to perform a hard reset to access your phone.
When the phone is turned off, press and hold the Home Key + Volume Down ...
There should be an option to remove non-primary Google accounts if you go to Settings -> Accounts & Sync -> (the Google account), tap the three-dot menu in the top right corner and select Remove Account.
Well I think I found the answer to my own question.
You can create folders if you are in default android 6.0 app drawer this way:
press and hold the right hardware button (the square one) while being in the app drawer screen, then select 'edit/uninstall apps' and drag an app onto another one. This creates a folder with these 2 apps inside it!
KDZ is the format which LG uses when posting official firmware releases on their website. KDZ are all stock releases from LG. Custom ROMs do not come as KDZ, the tend to come as ZIP file.
KDZ files are flashed with LG Flash Tool or LGUP, and ZIP files are flashed with TWRP.
10 means KitKat
20 means Lollipop
30 means Marshmallow
A/B/C/etc is revision ...
For linux use this link it's a tool called SALT. If you're good with Linux there are tools to use with Python such as ESPTools or LGLAF.
For Windows look up FWUL, it's "Forget Windows Use Linux", it's a variant of Linux build for this purpose but they were built for the older models.
The easiest is to use LG Bridge or LG Mobile Support tool if windows ...
So from what I can determine:
Google announced native support for hearing aids with a specification called ASHA
Based on this article on XDA Developers, it appears that only Pixel devices are enabled in AOSP, but that doesn't mean that manufacturers can't enable it for their own devices.
Looking at the ASHA specification it looks like a new service on top ...
After trying all the solutions I found online, I found the one what works for my phone:
Settings>Apps>All Apps>Contacts (not contact storage) and clear data.
Now contacts are saved to phone.
I also chose to display only phone contacts, but without clearing data on the contacts app, it didn't work.
See if Google search is somehow disabled in the list of apps. Alternatively, ensure that the latest version of Google Search has been installed in your device.
I am assuming of course, that Google Now is a supported feature in your country.
My brother helped with this link which suggests as follows:
Apps > Settings > Accounts & sync > enable / check 'Auto-sync data' option which I missed to notice.
Apps > Settings > Accounts & sync > Google > Email id(you email id) > un-select 'Picasa Web Albums' option.
If you want to remove already synced photos then, Apps > Setttings > Apps > ALL > ...
Open the Gooogle+ Photos app > touch the menu icon/button > Settings > Auto Backup > Toggle On or Off
To Remove Google+ photos from your gallery
Head to your phone’s settings, and scroll down and tap “Google” under the Accounts subheader.
In here, uncheck “Sync Google Photos” as well as “Sync Picasa Web Albums.”
Once that’s done, you need to clear the ...
Since the device is rooted, here's a way of disabling Clip Tray:
Go into Clip Tray and delete all entries.
In the file /system/etc/permissions/com.lge.software.cliptray.xml, change this line
<!-- <feature name="com.lge.software.cliptray"/> -->
This will put the ...
And what to do before that, also important. OK, short guide – assuming your .apk has the name metro.apk, and you're in the very same directory on your computer where that file resides:
PC> adb push metro.apk /data/local/metro.apk
PC> adb shell
# pm install /data/local/metro.apk
What I'm just wondering: What makes you think you need to be root ...
After THREE YEARS of searching for a fix... I think I just found a solution - and felt obligated to spread the information. Just plug the headphones in slowly... That's actually all there was to it... The notification icon for a plugged in audio jack at the top of the screen will show up differently if you did it right.
This reddit post: https://www.google....
Short answer: You can, but you shouldn't. Install a custom ROM instead.
Long answer: Some features in your stock ROM may be dependant on that ROM's Settings app, because it might contain some preferences that affect them. Your Settings app may be missing some Lollipop settings simply because the ROM doesn't support them. You can try to install the AOSP ...
Try these :
The Sensor Kinetics app is an advanced monitor for the standard sensors that are available on Android devices. It offers a comprehensive look at the dynamics of the combined functionality of the sensors. The app demonstrates the use of each of the sensors and provides a look at the charts associated with each of them to know how ...
Problems due to OK Google enable in all screen. To fix this, find the Google folder in apps, tap on Google settings, tap on Voice, then "Ok Google" Detection, uncheck the option From any screen, and make sure to check From Google Search app, if you still want to use Ok Google from Google app screen. Problems will be solved....
There are some options out there, to answer your question directly the LG G2 has dual-boot support thanks to savoca on XDA who developed this custom bootloader for the G2.
Here's a quotation of what it is:
Autoboot is a custom bootloader that comes with many features not
allowed by the stock LG bootloader, such as fastboot access and dual
The icon is for the NFC, short for Near Field Communication, a feature that helps you use tape-and-go services such as Apple pay, Google Wallet, Amiibo and so.
Switch NFC on or off:
From the Home screen, touch and slide the notification panel down with your finger, then select the NFC icon (N) to turn it on or off.
Looks like the LG Watch Style's charger has NO DATA PIN.
The workaround for me was to use Bluetooth debugging, you will need an Android phone with a USB cable and a computer running the ADB server. Wifi debugging is also an option but that requires a USB connection initially (maybe it can be bootstrapped through bluetooth?)
I'd say in general you should refrain from using any absolute paths in your HTML file,they will almost definitely break as soon as you change devices, and is probably a bad practice regardless of the purpose.
If you want to do this property I'd strongly recommend creating a master folder for all your recipe related files where you'd keep all the involved ...
Well I've ended in same place as you but with entering number in a dialer. White screen with only text box to enter password, and counter was going only to 29/30 tries left no matter how many times you enter password. This one?
One user said that this happened after he tried to clear dalvik/cache from stock recovery on LG (I think it was about K10). My ...
I've read on a couple of forums where people have had the issue of their phone randomly rebooting and starting up to a lock screen that reads (something like):
Secure startup 1/25 attempts
If you use a pattern code to unlock your phone, the PIN number will be the digits that your pattern lock follows.
I don't know how else to word it. Say, your pattern ...
Go to Settings -> Accessibility. Make sure that "Select to Speak" is enabled. Then, an icon will appear in the screen.
If you don't have "Select to Speak", download and install Android Accessibility Suite. "Select to Speak" will then be listed among the accessibility services.
To read a text aloud, press the icon, select the part of text you want to read. ...
So this took me some troubleshooting to fix.
During this process I was using the Linux Archive Manager GUI to work with my animation files. This was my mistake.
At one point, as a test, I deleted folder part0 from the archive, and then added it right back in and pushed it back to the phone.
Black screen. This was my "A-Ha!" moment.
My archive ...