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 ...
As suspected by OP, the hardware is 64 bit but it is running in 32 bit mode as mentioned in this reddit which in turn refers to geek bench for proof.
Apps like AIDA 64 can reveal this
Also Antutu, if you have it installed, as it is removed from Play Store
As general info, see How to find ARM processor version on android device?
Clearing cache of apps is one of the to-do things if your app is laggy, unresponsive or misbehaving.
It's absolutely safe, unlike clearing data of apps which makes you lose all the app data, accounts, settings etc.
For 1,4 a definite yes. For 2, 3 it is no. Re: safety being app dependent, it is possible that the cache is used for storing data and in the ...
Open the Google Settings app on your device (called Google Settings or Settings, depending on your device).
Scroll down and tap Google.
Turn on Opt out of interest-based ads or Opt out of Ads Personalization.
Reset the ad id, or user id.
This is the only thing I've been able to find on the subject. Like you, I run a background app while doing ...
I found the answer and am posting it here for anyone that's having the same issue. Open the calendar app, go to three dots at the top, select settings, go to set default reminders, set both to none. That should stop the anniying pop up. I am still looking for a way to rearrange color order. Apparently they will let you do it with stickers but not with ...
You need to check whether there is another phone (in this case with the same model) that used the same account by going to Google Dashboard. From there select Android. The number of devices using the account will be shown and listed.
If there are 2 Samsung SM-J327A models, to differentiate between them, you can go here to use Find my device and compare the ...
dmesg calls C library's klogctl wrapper function for kernel's syslog syscall which reads kernel's ring buffer by accessing /dev/kmsg character device. adb shell dmesg returns permissions denied error because adbd which runs with context u:r:shell:s0 is not allowed by SELinux to read kernel log. You need to explicitly allow it (requires root):
~# supolicy --...
If you go through How Magisk works and How to manually root a phone it would be easy for you to figure out why it's impossible to achieve what you are looking for.
init is the very first process started by kernel, which at its early stage sets SELinux enforcing (if it's not already enforcing). Before that happens, we need to modify SELinux policy so that it ...
I got exactly the same problem with my Phone(Oneplus 5).
I've tried a lot of things software side but nothing helped.
Due to my work, my phone was exposed to flour and I got flour in every opening of my phone, therefore also my charging plug didn't work perfectly. So I replaced the charging plug and with it the bottom microphone. Afterward all worked ...
Both tablets support fast charging, which means they are capable of charging faster than the earlier standard USB charging of 5V,2A.
"Samsung uses "adaptive fast charging", while Huawei uses "super charging". They are proprietary technologies of respective OEMs, with specifics not made public (how fast can your device charge has ...
This is caused by an option for navigation bar with full-screen gestures on Samsung devices with One UI 2.0 (Android 10). The setting can be accessed from Settings - Display - Navigation bar - Full screen gestures - Show button to hide keyboard
According to Gadget Hacks - Enable Android 10's New Gestures on Your Samsung Galaxy with One UI 2,
You can also ...
Here's an incomplete solution, since the notification itself says "These notifications can't be turned off":
Touch and hold on the notification in the notifications dropdown
When "System UI" opens under "App notifications" in Settings, it will briefly flash the "Ongoing" section
Tap the "Ongoing" section
Tap "Notification Style"
Tap "Silent ...
I really hate to be the bearer of bad news, but if you have an integrity failure, you probably wouldn't want to boot your device even if you could.
Allow me to explain. The "integrity failed" message means that a part of your system has been modified and might not be safe to boot. It might have been modified by a malicious app, program, or it could have ...
Android's built-in Accessibility really focuses on reading/speaking items on the screen and using gestures to move around.
For voice control, one possibility is Google's Voice Access app in the Play Store, and the intro tutorial does give a good example of the app's features, but there seems to be some problems with the form-filling (speech to text into a ...
i think you are mixing up things
Odin requires your device to be booted in download mode, not recovery mode. if you are in twrp you must leave revovery mode, you can reboot into bootloader from twrp menu. other method to boot into download mode is button combination Volume Down + Home + Power. then select Continue with Volume Up
SeAndroid not enforcing ...
Your phone launched with Android 10.
In Android 10 Full Disk Encryption has been dropped in favor of File Based Encryption
You no longer need to "encrypt a disk" as everything is encrypted provided you have a lock screen with pin/fingerprint/etc. in Android 10
"My files" is a built-in file manager and explorer. Any files deleted using that are permanently deleted
As pointed out in comments by Arctiic, it appears some files get restored even after deletion. I wasn't aware of this
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 ...
Following @alecxs advice, I managed to exit loop and enter download/odin mode:
1) Just drain the battery until it turns off.
2) Hold vol+ and vol- while connecting usb cable.
3) Press vol+ to enter download/odin mode.
ps. The fix of the system is subject of another question.
The data of the power supply indicates that it is compliant with the USB Power Delivery Standard (USB-PD). If it has an USB logo there should be some sort of "power flash" within that logo to indicate that it supports USB-PD.
The USB Power Delivery standard defines backward compatibility, this means that by default the charger will output 5V and only ...
UPDATE: there are apps for isolating environment and e.g. hiding other apps. Check Island.
Unfortunately, lots of Android capabilities are limited by producers - that's the case, too. According to this link on Reddit, people are searching, but with no success. The only devices are tablets, described e.g. here on Samsung Support page for Galaxy Tab S.
I found a Google Play Services for Arm64 nodpi download here, I installed it along with my current Google Play store and Google profile manager and now I'm able to download Google Play store apps without issue. The biggest obstacle was getting the right Google Play Services download.
For anyone else in the same position, APK Mirror is a Godsend as long as ...
The usage time is the total time when the app is/was in the foreground; meaning the total time when you are/were interacting with an app. When the app is in the background, although in use (for example, a music app), that time is not included in the total time under "usage time".
Hoping that you have not wiped your data while flashing firmware using Odin, the process of data retrieval can be variably difficult. The best way I can think of is to flash a custom recovery on your device then mount desired partitions.
PS I have no information whether your phone is rooted or not, so just providing the most workable way.
Based on the iFixit tear-down of the Samsung Galaxy S9 you can see that the flash chip in this model is a single chip soldered onto the motherboard - it is inside the orange rectangle below, a 64 GB UFS (NAND flash + controller):
Therefore theoretically it may be possible to unsolder this chip and read out the content if you manage to get the chip working ...
inspired by beeshyams, here's my version ...
on my Samsung J3, the memos are in an MTP drive somwhere like ...
the source xml looks something like this:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>