Samsung probably wanted to quickly refresh their internal user locations database ;)
Recently, a notification about “Find My Mobile 1” occurred on a limited number of Galaxy devices. This was sent unintentionally during an internal test and there is no effect on your ...
This seems to be a setting that started in Oreo related to Adaptive Icons. You now need specific themes to remove the border.
Per the following link:
If you don't want borders, go to settings>wallpaper and
themes>icons>download and find an icon pack with no borders.
Such unlock apps aren't official.
They employ various methods of unlocking based on the information they gather from the app installed and querying from supposedly authentic database of unlock codes.
I have personally used an unlock service for an iPhone which was locked to a carrier. I needed to supply device information and within a few hours they ...
I read from many posts that the option shown above has been removed. Only solution I found is to download an icons set that was made without frames feature. I am using one called Zero made by MINU after seeing its link in another post about the same issue on this website.
I managed to root my Samsung S10e using topjohnwu's Magisk-based work. Here is the procedure, it also works for S10 and S10+:
The procedure is rather complex, but fortunately a YouTuber has made an easy-to-follow video:
The video is directly ...
If you want to "flex your root muscle" so to speak, there are options using Xposed modules, but these options do not require it.
Battery full notifications are a bit of a workaround:
Open Settings and select the Notifications option
Click See All under the Recently Sent list
Select All from the dropdown in the top left
Click the 3 dots in the top right and ...
Nova Launcher has dozens of settings for its Home Screen layout and personalization. Included is a Notification bar setting, which allows the device owner to hide it on the Home Screen.
It can be found under the Look & feel settings.
Change the state of Show notification bar to experiment to taste.
Among the possible apps listed for both .pdf and .txt there was Mylio (a photo manager app). Thinking this might be the root of the issue I uninstalled it and could then open .pdf or.png files straight away (after selecting "Always" once more)...
As for .txt file it still prompts me "complete action with" if I try to open it with Firefox or Amaze text ...
If you are ok with a different camera app, then please try the following-
Install Open Camera
Go to Settings (Top right settings icon) -> Video settings...
-> Toggle Record audio option to disable audio.
Now you should be able to record Video without Audio. Cheers :)
Touch the second shutter and hold it
Move it on top of the original shutter
The second shutter disappears
You can check that it really disappears by putting it a few pixels besides the original shutter, and see it disappear.
If you ever want this second shutter again, just hold then move the original shutter, it will create the secondary shutter....
Apparently I can't post comments yet, so here's my thoughts in an answer.
Try searching for the package name of the app that's showing the notifications. A quick Google search finds this app which seems to do what you're looking for.
Hope I helped.
I've found the problem. To solve it I've installed the Android Auto from APKMirror app on my smartphone. This I've done because Android Auto is not yet supported in my country (Belgium) and The Netherlands.
I discover this method to show the cursor on Samsung A6+ (2018) using the Huion Pen Tablet HS64. It is not an "arrow-type cursor" but a "small-circle cursor" similar to the Samsung Note series with S pen.
Go to Settings
Open About phone
Under Looking for something else?, tap Reset. (If you do not see the reset, go to General Management ...
Some websites claim to find your CSC from your IMEI number, but I doubt them. This method looks more reliable:
Install the Phone Info SAM app by vndnguyen.
Open the CSC CODE tab.
The Active CSC Code is the code you need.
It works even without root.
I did 3 things, tried again, and it worked (I mean it got past File analysis). I am not sure which one of the 3 things did the trick, unfortunately. You might want to try them all.
Use a different USB port, for me COM7 instead of COM6.
Get the ROM for my phone's region. It is binary equal to the file I tried ...