Note 10.1 (2014) has its bootloader unlocked by default, just like most if not all devices annouced pre-Lollipop.
Under Windows, the actual installation is as simple as described in the TWRP device page:
You will need to download and install Odin on your PC. Once you have Odin installed, download the proper .tar file for your device from the download ...
n2awifi is the TabPRO 10.1. You might be referring to n1awifi (which you correctly mentioned in your other question).
Sometime during development, some Samsung devices were reassigned codenames, and lt03wifi was renamed to n1awifi (see commit here and developer note here).
No need to worry as these are still the same device, and the ROM itself has ...
Multi-User was added with Android 4.2 -- you're running 4.0, so there's no native way to go multi-user without upgrading your system.
If you have your device rooted, you might want to take a look at SwitchMe Multiple Accounts, which works with Android 2.1 and up. With Android 4.1, you could make use of the User Management app. Both would enable you to have ...
Assuming an Android version of 3.1+, external drives should be supported via USB host mode by most devices -- see Compro01's comments below:
Not all devices support USB host mode, 3.1+ or not. Chainfire has a nice app to test compatability (and an extensive database of reports from that app on which devices work and which don't).
Also, if we're talking ...
I have seen a similar issue trying to sync S Note's between a Galaxy Note 3 (smartphone) and a Galaxy Note 10.1 (as well as to a Galaxy Note 2).
The issue seems to be in the version of S Note running on Android 4.3.
On my Note 3, S Note saves the files as .spd files in a Snotedata folder. On the Galaxy 10.1 the S Note documents are as .snb files in the "S ...
Google now has a device manager as part of Google services where you can do a remote wipe:
At least put a pin lock on your device so that it will be harder to access.
Don't enable Developer Options / keep adb on all the time.
It sounds like you have it unlocked with a custom recovery. If so, use the custom recovery to install a new ROM for your tablet. Find your tablet on http://forum.xda-developers.com/ and you can find either a third-party (i.e. Cyanogenmod, etc.), modified stock, or even completely stock ROM such as this one: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=...
Navigate to Settings > Device Care > Battery > App power management > Apps that won't be put to sleep. Add Gmail to this list to prevent it from being put to sleep for battery optimization. You could also disable this feature entirely by disabling "Put unused apps to sleep."
The version needed with -ARMv7.apk. After downloading that, you have to install it. This may be more difficult than need be because VLC currently has the content-type on the response set wrong, you can read more about that here:
Can not install apks from File Manager or browser?
You may open the file downloaded from the Download Manager nor ...
Since ARHD is a stock-based ROM, it's possible you'll need to be on the latest stock ROM before flashing it, so as to make sure the baseband, etc. are up-to-date.
In case your carrier doesn't offer a 4.4.2 update, find them on SamMobile and download one for your generic region, or another carrier in the region, so as to get the right set of language (not ...
Using the correct version of TWRP solved the issue. In this case, it was twrp-184.108.40.206-gt-n8013.tar.
In my previous attempts, I had used the incorrect versions of TWRP for my specific device: twrp-220.127.116.11-p4notewifi.tar and twrp-3.0.2-0-lt03wifiue.img.tar.
The risks that are commonly mentioned, as RMarkwald said, are bricking your device and not being able to receive OTA updates. In my opinion, though, if you install a custom recovery such as TWRP, is because you want more control and flexibility than those provided by a stock device.
Regarding privacy... it must be said that, very often, a mere combination ...
I have found a solution for stopping apps downloading without user intervention:
Download TowelRoot and root your device. Then download SuperSU and make it functional.
Download CM security, then scan your phone for infected files.
Download system app remover (root) and delete all the apps what you found affected in CM security. Uninstall CM SECURITY.
Tread carefully here. If your Galaxy Note 10.1 has the Knox bootloader (the 2014 edition does), then you won't be able to downgrade the OS even if you have a Nandroid backup or the original Jellybean firmware. Knox prevents downgrades and you'll likely soft brick your device. I did this accidentally on by Galaxy S4 by applying an older firmware backup (...
If you took a backup of your ROM before updating, then you can restore the backup. Alternatively, if your phone is rooted then you can download a stock Jelly Bean ROM from somewhere like XDA and flash it.
You need to do 3 things, to get a running bluetooth tethered connection:
Pair both devices as usual and enable Bluetooth on each
Enable BT-tethering on the access point device (needs to be set each reboot):
Settings -> Wireless & Networks -> More..-> Tethering -> Enable Bluetooth tethering`
Activate Bluetooth tethering on the client device:
Nope! As this phone doesnot have any support for GSM, or what you can say the SIM cards that would provide you a functionality to send and recieve messages or phone calls on the go, this phone doesnot allow you to make or recieve phone calls.
However, you can use VOIP, such as Google Voice, or Skype by Microsoft. To make phone calls, however if you want to ...
Each vendor is able to customize Android to suite their whimsy.
I'm using a $250USD Toshiba Thrive (OS 4.0.3), a Curtis KLU MID704 (OS 4.1.1, and one of the Rockchip clones) a Polaroid branded PMID704 and a ZTE phone. Of all these, the Polaroid and Curtis have Ethernet support in the settings. I'm using a Radio Shack Belkin USB-to-Ethernet adapter, which is ...
Here is how one teacher is using Coach's Eye for Android to create whiteboard style videos. Hope it helps! http://educationambassador.com/resources/entry/coachs-eye-app-is-elusive-android-flipping-whiteboard