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Thanks to @alecxs I was able to fix it. The reason why I was stuck in twrp is because I wiped system through twrp(I was frustrated when I couldn't boot in magisk after many times of trying so I decided to let the System go, the first time trying to root an phone so I didn't know what I was doing). DON'T WIPE THE SYSTEM! I still don't know why "Zip file ...


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There are many apps available on Google Play Store, out of those, these are two. If your phone has IR, https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=in.tv.remote.control.sony.remote.control If your phone does not have IR, https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.android.tv.remote


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Go to developer option. Turn on OEM unlock and erase all data. Start mobile in download mode. You get custom operating system warning, continue with it. Extract Odin on computer and start Odin app. Connect Samsung mobile to computer. KingoRoot work well with KitKat 4 android rooting. Odin will find Samsung mobile. Click on AP tab and give path to auto root ...


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Yes, Google Photos does send it to the bin. You can prevent this from happening by tapping the "Free up space" feature in Google Photos, which will delete all the photos on your phone that have already been backed up to Google Photos.


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Press the restart button instead of off button ( it wont ask for password this way) then quickly do the 3 key combo


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The most common culprits for slowing down your phone is accumulating background apps and hardware degradation. Since you've factory reset your phone, that rules out the first. Flash memory in your phone degrades as you repeatedly write data, but this is a slow process. Eventually you will have sectors of memory fail from physical wear or accumulation of ...


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Thank you alecxs for your support. It kept restarting and showing a bicolour (green/blue) padlock which I assumed was a security feature from the carrier. The phone will work for extended periods of time, however, it would randomly restart when using standard google/samsung services, even with a new firmware.


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you can download rom for SM-G960F from updato, samfirm, frija or samloader. try lowest bootloader first, as you already stated downgrade is impossible (and higher version usually comes with higher protection against rooting). you can check bootloader version from download mode screen


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You have luck, you can safely factory reset the secondary tablet. All the data on it will be deleted, but your main tablet will remain unaffected. Factory reset is a device-only thing. Androids are no different than ordinary computers, only the most important apps have the habit that they automatically backup everything to the network (typically into the ...


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you should extract ap file and out recovery.img.lz4 and change it to recovery.img.tar,at first flash pit file then flash recovery.img.tar (uncheck reboot) then go to recovery and reset factory your device. it works for me.


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Another work around can be using Outlook's app. All one needs to do is configure the email in Outlook, accordingly to one's requirements, in order to have access to the email account in Outlook. Then, access that email and filter the mails by pressing the button on the top right Filter by Unread This will only show the unread emails Now select all the ...


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