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For Tab S and Tab A and Tab gt-5100 Should work with 8.4 or 10.5 Hold the Power button, Volume Down button, and Menu key for 10 seconds. You will enter download mode, simply press the volume down button to restart tablet. After reboot, you tablet should perform as normal


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No force shutdown for galaxy tab, but you can use this trick. Plug the charger into your galaxy tab. Hold down power button for 10 seconds, and wait to reboot. After that, the screen will be change with charging battery. Plug off your tab, and it will be shutdown.


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From a GNU/Linux-based OS, you can use Heimdall, an open-source alternative to Odin which is proported to match Odin feature-for-feature while also being more reliable. Otherwise, you can follow any of the many tutorials for installing a new Android ROM. I'll provide a bit more information to help you start your journey: If you want a custom ROM like ...


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Built for the Android version, plus the device architecture (arm/arm64/x86). See the Xposed Framework download page (e.g. Android 8.1 (SDK27) here). The reason behind this is that part of Xposed Framework is a modified app_process binary (Zygote), which is different for each arch.


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I am also facing the same problem, and here is what I discovered until now. Some tablets do allow an ethernet port (they even have the port itself). Mostly you will have to buy an ethernet adpter (RJ45) to use it through the USB port, and an mini (or micro) USB adapter to connect to the tablet. Be careful to buy the RJ45 adapter that fits to the tablet's ...


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This solution is for those who will face the same problem: To fix same problem on my S4 mini I've tried: Numerous PCs and USB cables USB debugging (& Stay awake & Unknown sources) checked and unchecked Unmounted & remounted SD card Asking the PC to look for new hardware Removed and re-installed PC drivers Dial *#7284# or *#0808# and set MTP+ADB ...


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I dabbled with an Android port of libnfs, but eventually got stuck. Maybe someone else will have more luck, or maybe I'll revisit the project sometime. A native Android port of libnfs seems like the best way to go as long as NFS isn't built into stock kernels.


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Using this as source Procedure- Turn on the Portable Wi-Fi Hotspot on your Android smartphone (or tablet) Go to the Settings screen on your Android phone. You can get there by pressing the menu button on your device when you're on the home screen, then tapping "Settings". At the Settings screen, tap the "Wireless & networks" option. You ...


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A computer's usb port does not supply enough current to charge your tablet. The tablet takes roughly 1A or 1,000mA to charge, a desktop's usb port only puts out about 500mA. Some laptops just can't provide the specified 500mA and will not charge it at all. YMMV You can charge it though, only very slowly, AND the tablet has to be completely turned off.


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I have Samsung Galaxy S2, running CM10.1 On my stock Browser, I can long-press a link. A menu opens, and one of the menu items is Copy link URL.


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This is a little bit strange, what you're writing, because I have exactly the same Samsung Galaxy Tab GT-P1000 right here, with me, and I see absolutely no problems. I just did a factory reset of this device, to test your issue. I taped on Market icon. Tabled asked me to provide my Google Account details, what I did. Right after that I saw license text and ...


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Yes, it is. When you first boot the device, it asks for your Google account. Just select the option "I don't have a Google account" and then the option that says you don't want to create one. Note that you can't use some Google services like Play Store which require a Google account.


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Go into the Settings app. Choose Security, then Owner info. Uncheck Show owner info on lock screen.


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In recovery mode, use this: adb shell mount /sdcard adb push {filename} /sdcard/{filename} UPDATE #1: An alternative suggested by ce4: Pull out the SD card, copy all needed files externally, and put it back in UPDATE #2: It seems the user did not install CWM correctly. After fixing this, adb push now works as expected.


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Try Hard Reset. To Hard Reset please follow the below steps. With the device off, press and hold Volume Up, Power and Home button. Release the Power button when you see the Samsung logo, but continue to hold Volume Up until the recovery screen appears. Use the Volume buttons to navigate the menu and select wipe data / factory reset. Press Power to choose ...


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There is more to an adapter than just the current, although kudos to you for knowing that much. The problems arise due to the fact that the USB-2 spec is for a maximum of .5 A at 5 V without some extra handshaking to ascertain that the device wants and can handle more. For Apple devices, this is done in a certain way according to their "standard", which is ...


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1.From any home screen, tap Apps. 2.Tap Settings 3.Tap the Device tab. 4.Under 'PERSONALIZATION,' tap Lock screen. 5.Tap Screen lock. 6.Confirm your PIN / password, then tap Continue. 7.Tap None.


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Short answer No. Explanation One purpose of a reset, and why it's called factory-reset, is to set it back to the state it came from the factory. This means, all user apps and user data is "removed" (de facto, /data and /cache are wiped). Usually, only internal storage is affected this way, and SD cards are left untouched unless explicitly specified (I ...


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If you don't find any default options available over settings which Chandrani Chatterjee posted, then you don't have any other option until you don't root your device.


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Old Samsung devices (Galaxy S1 to S3 generations) where near impossible to brick unless you had the emmc bug or somehow flashed missmatched set of bootloaders. The best way to attempt to recover the device is grab a firmware package from samsfirmware or similar. Force device in to download mode with either key combinations or with a jig then proceed to flash ...


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You can enable usb tethering through adb shell. Root is needed in order to execute these commands: After adb setup on your machine (if you haven't already setup adb, please see detailed instructions here: Download Minimal ADB and Fastboot Tool & Setup guide, perform these commands: The following commands call ConnectivityManager.setUsbTethering(...


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Let it be set to default keyboard(Samsung Keyboard). Follow steps to turn on word's suggestions: For Galaxy tab: Follow the steps: Open Settings - Scroll down to System - Language and input-Choose Samsung keyboard. Under Smart typing choose Predictive text and enable it. For Handsets: Open Settings-General Managment-Language and Input-On screen ...


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It's not malicious - it's part of an "easter egg" hidden in Android 4.4. You can access it by going into Settings → About and tapping on the "Android Version" quickly 4-5 times. Here is a demonstration on YouTube. There are also some third-party apps on the Play Store that attempt to extract these easter eggs into portable apps, or use them for boot ...


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Finally, after couple of days spent on lurking for the solution was decided to backup photos and other sensitive information and reset device to factory defaults.


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If you had its bootloader unlocked before, the following steps are simple to follow. 1. (Skip if done) Flash a custom recovery 2. Reboot into that custom recovery, connect the Tab to a PC (with adb installed on it), open a command prompt and run these commands (bold text is typed manually) ibug@ubuntu:~ $ adb shell shell@android:/ $ su root@android:/ # cd ...


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GSM and CDMA refer to the 2G/3G cellular technologies used by phones and tablets. In USA, AT&T and T-Mobile use GSM, while Sprint and Verizon use CDMA. GT-P1000L and GT-P1000N are variants of the international Galaxy Tab GT-P1000 version that were released by Samsung for Latin America markets. Both P1000L and P1000N models have GSM connectivity. You ...


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The fact that your Tab is not being recognized by the PC is telling me that there could be an issue with the USB drivers. Try uninstalling all Samsung USB drivers (including the Kies utility) and then re-installing Kies from here. Further, if you want to only root the tab, follow the steps outlined in this thread: Prerequisites: 1) Kies Software ...


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I finally got it to work! google.com (and other websites) refuse requests from hosts that doesn't have the date properly set on their device. At the first startup, I didn't bother setting the date on my tablet (on iOS it sets automatically). After manually setting the tablet's date and time, the error page is gone and I have access to all the google ...


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These codes are just Samsung's own version codes, and as far as I know, they have no logic, except that they increase alphabetically and numerically with each new release. You'll have to either install and check the version they correspond to, or search for news of new firmware releases for your device to see what they upgrade. As for the PDA/Phone/CSC, PDA ...


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I've run out of space in comments so let's look at some options: 1) Go to Settings > Apps then go to Google Play Store and 'Uninstall Updates'. Then let the Play Store automatically update. Try downloading another keyboard. 2) If you have error 110 it MAY be hardware related. Thread on similar issue You may need to contact the seller or Samsung on this ...


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