/data/property/persist.sys.dalvik.vm.lib contains the name of the runtime library you wish to use - libart.so or libdvm.so. So, you can switch back to Dalvik like so:
adb shell 'echo libdvm.so >/data/property/persist.sys.dalvik.vm.lib'
You will not lose any of your photos, if CLEAR DATA operation is performed, it is completely safe to do so. This just means that your preferences have been reset and the cache has been cleared.1 Cache is generated only for providing fast access to gallery files.
When you restart your gallery after this operation, it'll take some time to load and it will ...
Most apps on android are safe to disable, however some can have some pretty bad side effects. This however depends on what your needs are. You can disable the camera for example but it will also disable the gallery (at least as of kitkat and I believe Lollipop is the same way).
Android does have some core applications that are essential to the function of ...
Disabling system apps won't free up your space, since they are disabled, not deleted. They are still stored in your system (since you can re-enable them), and besides, they are in /system partiton, whereas the apps you download are on the /data partition, therefore, even if you did free-up the space, you wouldn't be able to use it since it's located on the /...
Quadrooter refers to a set of vulnerabilities , which are explained in the question here What is QuadRooter? Are 900 million Android devices vulnerable?
These vulnerabilities may be translated into rooting techniques in due course, if security upgrades don't fix them (even if upgraded, it may not reach all devices for various reasons)
To answer your ...
The given answer is correct, I just want to clarify:
By pressing Clear data on any app, you're clearing application's data, stored in /data/data/[package.name]. It doesn't contain any images of yours, nor you can access it unless you root your device. Cache also belongs to data, and it's inside /data/data/[package.name]/cache. Your images, on the other side,...
Answer is - use "ES Explorer"
Very strange, but "System settings" have only Ringtone and Notification, and no Alarm-clock sound. I think it is a bug. Maybe that setting should be in Clock app, but it also no.
Play any music file you would like to set as default ringtone for the alarm in ES Media Player
Click three dot button [:] in top right ...
Go through all of your alarms, including inactive ones, and see if you have "Default Ringtone (Unknown)" set for any. If so, change the ringtone to your custom one or a preset, or delete the alarm entirely.
When making any new alarms, it should default to the last one you used... but just make sure to avoid "Default Alarm Sound." (For some reason it calls ...
Use battery monitor in settings to see what's causing the battery drain. Uninstalling apps is not the solution, until you've identified that as the problem. You can either access your battery stats in settings or in notification shortcut.
You could try using adb to change the device back to Dalvik. However, you will need to have had USB Debugging enabled. If you can't do the below, a factory reset may be your only option.
Android Debug Bridge (ADB)
A prgram made by Google for Programmers and developers. Its based on command line and basically communicates with your Android to respond to ...
From your screenshot, it's apparent that you're using a dual SIM phone and that Data Roaming is enabled on one of those SIM cards.
I've never used a dual SIM phone but I read on a forum that at any point of time only one of the SIM cards can be used for data while the other is on standby or being used for a voice call.
Make sure both your SIM cards have ...
Follow steps below:
This will void your warranty!
You need a custom recovery installed like TWRP
How to Root Motorola Moto E
From here download the SuperSU app file.Place this file on your computer, preferable on desktop – don’t unzip it.
Then connect your Moto E with your PC by plugging in the USB cord.
Up next, transfer the root file from ...
You are running an USSD(SIM specific) code. Once you enter the last character of an MMI code(usually a pound or hash(#) symbol) your phones parses the code and open the menu for you automatically.
Dumpstate, logcat files are stored on the /data/log partition that, unless you root the phone, you and none of the apps you install will have access to it.
Assuming Moto is using a near-AOSP clock app... When you have an alarm in the list (enabled or not), you should be able to set its ringtone individually. Setting one will make alarms created in the future use that ringtone by default.
I have a Galaxy S5 (Android Marshmallow), and when I hit the encrypt phone button, my phone stopped me and forced me to have a password or pin in order to continue. If you use finger print or face recognition, you will need to enter the password or pin on device restart. So the answer is Yes your phone will disallow you from continuing with phone encryption ...
The behaviour sounds a lot like Ambient Display at work. The toggle for it should be in Settings - Display, if it exists.
EDIT the following screenshots are from the OP's phone. Notice, the "Ambient Display" element does not have a toggle switch in the image below.
The image below is the submenu that appears upon clicking "Ambient Display".
Voltage is not a good indicator normally of State of Charge (SoC) for Li Ion batteries, since the battery can show higher Voltage but not hold charge. Graph 2 highlights the relatively flat Voltage curve, compared to SoC drop
Voltage of a fully charged battery should be 4.2V (see table 2).
Seeing your comment on battery voltage being less, after 2 days of ...
The only one that can help for this kind of issue is WhatsApp. You may want to contact firstname.lastname@example.org (Source: https://www.whatsapp.com/contact/) and see what they can help you with.
I just can't afford to lose my three years' important data.
This is the root of your problem. Any important data that you can't afford to lose shouldn't be stored as ...
In continuation of my former answer, some other useful automation apps are:
It is a paid app with 10 day free trial version. Use the trial version for testing before attempting to buy the app from store.
Alike Automate, it uses the concept of flowchart. You would have to create a flowchart like this
(Click image to enlarge)
The block with ...
There are many automation apps that can help here.
It is a free/paid app. Free version would suffice for the goal however.
The macro would be:
Trigger: Hotspot Enabled/Disabled → Hotspot Enabled
Wait Before Next Action → set the timer per your needs
HotSpot On/Off → Disable HotSpot
This method, due to some technical ...
It happens to me most of the time. Clearing cache for the Play Store works, but don't get your hopes up, it only works a couple of times. To clear the cache, try:
Settings → Apps → [offending app] → Clear Cache (a button).
On Marshmallow, this becomes:
Settings → Apps → [offending app] → Storage (tap on the item) → ...
This could be an SD card issue. Try removing the SD from your device if you have one, and try re-installing this application. Sometimes when you have under >500mb of storage left, your SD card may try to split the download between the internal and external storage.
Maybe try deleting some pictures, applications, or videos you don't need anymore. You can use ...
Have you ever used Lucky Patcher by any chance? Sometimes orphaned .odex files can cause this glitch. If you have, follow the directions here to fix the issue. Alternatively, you can manually delete any relevant .odex files from /data/app/ - they'll be stored in the folder of the app you patched. Normally you should only have to delete .odex files relevant ...
If I understand you correctly you want to downgrad to Android 4.4.4 from Lollipop.
There is a guide over at XDA developers which does exactly what you want.
Just follow the steps as described there:
Downgrade Moto E Android 5.0.2 to Stock 4.4.4
Credits for this instructions go to meakshay_mishra @ xda
Download Stock 4.4.4
Download ADB. (...
On many devices there is a setting that can control this. It is also included in many custom ROMs.
In Settings > Sounds there should be an option for Increasing ring volume
If you turn this off, the ringtone will start at the volume you have set, rather than starting at a lower volume and increasing over the duration of the ringtone.
There are several ways for doing this:
See this video on YouTube, if your phone can support this method; Or,
See this video to use default file manager to change the storage; Or,
Use file managers like ES File Explorer File Manager. When you try to download a file, it shows you the pop up menu and then you can choose the path for storing the files; Or,