You can check the scrollscreenshot tool: https://github.com/PGSSoft/scrollscreenshot
It makes multiple screenshots and simulates drag events to scroll content between each screenshot, then join all images into one.
Disclaimer: I'm author of this tool, it was published by my employer. Feature requests are welcome.
An app must explicitly support App2SD, or you cannot move it to the card. There are several reasons why an app might not support it:
using widgets (both mentioned apps seem to fall into this category. AK Notepad: "Pin notes to your home screen"; Any.DO: "You can even add our widget to your homescreen")
running a service
As the sdcard would be unaccessible ...
Yes, of course they consume battery. You can go and check in Settings >> Battery how much is the app actually consuming. (It should appear something like shown the following screenshot) I think it might not consume a significant amount like other apps, but just check it and see if you are okay with the amount of battery it is consuming.
Also, if all you ...
The battery indicator app in the first picture shown appears to be ours so I'd thought I'd respond. :-)
The ongoing notification shows because all ongoing notifications in Android currently must display a notification as shown, and because the app must always be in memory to work correctly. You do not need a custom rom to be sure the battery is not being ...
I'm sorry but your device cannot play high-res videos. Your device should be able to handle videos up to 640*360, this is the resolution of HQ YouTube.
Note that there's absolutely no point in watching HD videos on your phone. It has a screen resolution of 240 x 320. Anything above this will be scaled down to fit the screen.
A USB connector has two pins for 5V and two for the data signal. Seems like the first are still connected while the latter are not.
Have you tried another cable and restarted your PC?
It's also possible that the phone's socket is damaged or has connectiviy problems.
It's soldered onto the phone's logic board. Did you once drop it with the cable inserted?
Is your USB Debugging mode enabled? Go to Settings->Applications->Development, and check the "USB Debugging" mode. This will help the ADB detect your device.
You may refer to the Android Developer Documentation: Using Hardware Devices for further information and details.
The battery power such app uses is very insignificant if well made. I use such app and it never shows up in the battery usage statistics. That makes me conclude that on a full cycle of 100% to 0%, those apps will not be responsible for even 1%. If the app you use does show up, it's too intensive and you should try another.
The short answer is: no, Chrome extensions (which are packaged as .crx files as mentioned below) are not supported on Chrome for Android.
This is answered in detail by the Chrome Web Store FAQ:
Will apps work on Android?
All battery indicator apps will consume more battery since they need to monitor the battery and that takes cpu cycles. The only difference lies in the apps themselves, on how often and precise they check the battery level and other extra stuff (stats, eyecandy, ...).
The stock messaging app will automatically save a draft message when you tap on the back button while composing the message, but the recipient field has to be filled. Without a recipient it will give a warning that the message will be deleted.
There are a lot of good alternatives. I have no experience with them myself (I'm using the stock app) but a lot of ...
If you can enter into Recovery Mode(with Power and Volume Up buttons pressed on startup) try to restore a nandroid backup(if made) or flash a new ROM.
If you can't enter into Recovery Mode you need to reflash a stock ROM using ODIN. You need to choose the Right Stock ROM for your region. See XDA-Developers, it also contains a guide to flash these files with ...
There are some factors that may affect this:
An app must explicitly declare that it's preferable/possible to be installed on SD card.
Beginning with API Level 8, you can allow your application to be installed on the external storage (for example, the device's SD card). This is an optional feature you can declare for your application with the android:...
The Samsung Galaxy Y is a low spec phone and most importantly this can be observed with its display.
Some common models in comparison (by resolution, pixel per inch, screen size, price):
Galaxy Y: 240x320, 132 PPI, 3.0in, 110EUR
Galaxy Ace: 320x480, 165 PPI, 3.5in, 190EUR
Galaxy Nexus: 720x1280, 316 PPI, 4.65in, 410EUR
The text is blurry because there are ...
I have just experienced same kind of problem for my Samsung Galaxy S3-SGH i747. I overcome this issue by:
Go to dial pad & type *#0808#
It displays USB settings
Select MTP+ADB option
Press OK button
Connect to USB cable to PC
It shows Connected as a media device.
I'd check with the operator, and see if they root their phones by default (it's a perfectly valid thing to do, it's just that the big operators tend to be control freaks). If they don't know what you are talking about, worry and ask them for help figuring out what's going on.
I'd also go into SuperUser and check it's preferences. Since you don't know how it ...
Your phone do not need to be rooted. Go to Settings > Security > Screen lock. Then select None to disable the lock screen (which should be set to Swipe or something like that in your casesince you get the Swipe screen).
Go to Settings -> Call settings -> Additional settings and find Call Waiting option (its may be in different address in android 2.3).
Enable Call Waiting it if is not already. If it was already enabled, but you never here beeps or receive notifications when another call happens, I think you should check with or consult your operator.
download the required firmware bundle here
install Kies, or Samsung driver pack
unzip the package, You'll get 3 *.tar (or tar.md5) files
download Odin3 1.84 or 1.85
stop all active ADB sessions
do backup of your data and apps
charge your SGY at least 75%
remove SGY from USB or charger
start the device in Download mode
power off Your SGY
Some USB cables don't include the data wires as they are only meant for charging. Check if other devices work with this cable, and try another cable.
Also, if the cable is sure to work, take a look at My computer -> right click -> Manage -> Device manager and see if you can find your phone there and try upgrading the driver from there.
are you sure your phone is recognized by Windows?
You can verify this by looking in the Windows Device Manager if there is no error message or a yellow question mark on your device (you can find it by searching device manager in the search field of start menu)
If the driver is not installed you can found it on http://www.samsung.com/
As was said - this cannot be done. I am just putting this in an answer form...
The reason being is that screenshots work by converting what is on the screen to an image - what is on the screen is pulled directly from the hardware.
Obviously, the screen doesn't know what is going to be displayed, a bit like we don't know exactly what is going to happen ...
This functionality isn't available as standard in your default launcher, but the launcher is replaceable. There are lots of alternatives out there, some require a minimum OS version. Unless you've rooted your phone it looks like the maximum OS version you can be on is v2.3.5 (Source: http://www.gsmarena.com/samsung_galaxy_y_s5360-4117.php). So this rules ...