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After a long while and more serious privacy flops I had, I found a solution to this security breach of Samsung (Credit). Install adb on your computer (manual) Setup adb access (e.g. USB Debugging) on your device (manual) Launch adb shell and execute the following commands: pm uninstall --user 0 com.samsung.clipboardsaveservice pm uninstall --user 0 com....


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I've encountered this issue before and in the end it turned out to just be a server-side outage / traffic. Either wait it out after submitting or try again in a bit if it times out, but don't spam requests as it'd likely contribute to the delays. Feel free to confirm it's not an network/carrier/ISP connectivity issue on your end first (e.g., switch to ...


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Candl Apps makes two calendar widgets - one called Calendar Widget: Month and another called Calendar Widget: Agenda. You can add calendars to these widgets which will not automatically change the visible calendars on other calendar apps. Here are the links to the play store: Month https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.candl.chronos Agenda ...


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There is an app named Media storage in Android OS that stores the database of files and folders in the storage of your device. Looks like there is some problem with this app, so you need to clear it's data and cache. To do that, go to System settings->Apps, click on the menu button (3 dots) then click on Show system. Then, in the apps list, you can find an ...


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This icon indicates that Google is sharing location. The same icon can be seen in Google Maps by accessing the navigation drawer and the menu "Location Sharing". Source: AndroidCentral Forum - Person icon in notification bar that quickly disappears


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As per my findings, thanks to @Firelord, this icon is used for voice-over. There may be multiple apps that use this icon but it seems the most common would be Google Voice (which I don't have).


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Enable developer options and ADB on your phone, and get platform-tools for your OS. Then run: adb shell pm list packages | grep [whatever the app name is] pm hide [name of package] Alternatively pm uninstall -k --user 0 [name of package] to remove it completely. More detailed explanation here: https://www.xda-developers.com/uninstall-carrier-oem-bloatware-...


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