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Per this answer: awk '{print $1}' < ~/.android/adbkey.pub | base64 --decode | md5sum


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Log in to account. Turn off find my device. If it done with Gmail then log in with google account and turn off feature. Samsung and iPhone has their own log in page to turn off find my device. Best way is to remove sim and turn off internet all connection. This will stop communication. Turn on airplane mode on mobile. Then disable ADM under security tab. Try ...


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Neither taking out the sim card nor a factory reset helped The following was suggested by Nokia itself. But turns out they didn't think to suggest doing both at the same time. Although it can be far easier - just turn off Mobile Data, then check for updates. If it's not enough, also restart the phone while keeping Mobile Data off. Suddenly you get updates. ...


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when laptop accessing some data from your Samsung galaxy mobile. Your mobile should be unlocked. Security features hinder access of phone. You can temporary disable screen lock. And reduce brightness of the mobile so less battery will be used.


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Widevine digital rights management explained To meet security Level 1, all content processing, cryptography, and control must be performed within the Trusted Execution Environment (TEE) of the device’s processor, to prevent external tampering and copying of the media file. All ARM Cortex-A processors implement TrustZone technology, creating a hardware ...


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This is Always-on VPN, which is a stock feature since Android 7 (root not needed). You will see the "Always-on" & “Block connections without VPN", options in VPN settings. If you are looking to have this feature on pre-Andoid 7 devices, you need to look for VPN apps that offer this. For example, this app offers this feature by name of &...


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