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I think your phone power saving app is putting a dual messenger app to sleep. so please check that it's not in sleep app list.


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Neo! I think I could help you with the issue. You need to go to Notifications > Advanced and there you will find dual app I'm not sure that the path will be the same for your device but for the record I'm using Samsung Galaxy S7 with Android 8.0.0 on it. Best wishes, Andrew


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see there i don't know any direct method but we can apply some trick to it. (i am assuming that we want to make all other calls silenced and only your call can ring or better we can say make sound.) open voice recorder and record silence. Name that recording as per your convenience. now go to the settings and change call ringtone to the one you just now ...


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What worked for me on Android 9 was: Find system app "Settings Suggestions", open app info, press force stop, press storage and hit clear cache and clear storage buttons.


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Typing a phone number in your dialpad and typing a number in an ongoing-call/automated service is quite different. When you talk about automated service, it means that the 'automated service' is being hosted on some other computer that takes your input as final and processes it. You can't alter the input in any way. Unlike this, when you are dialling a ...


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If you know the location of the settings database, you can use LlamaLab's Automate to copy app data within the application itself, even in the root directory.


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If your phone is an LG, it's easy to do that with LG backup. To backup your phone's settings, go to Settings - LG Backup [in list mode] - Backup. Unselect everything except settings, and click backup. If not, try Titanium Backup.


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I finally found it, right after I put up the bounty, go figure. Just searching "Voice typing" in settings and turn off Faster voice typing.


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Hostname is used to easily identify and remember hosts connected to a network. It's set on boot, e.g. from /etc/hostname on Linux based systems. Hostname is also a part of DHCPREQUEST (standardized as code 12 by IETF) which a DHCP client (Android device in our case) makes to DHCP server (WiFi router) to get an IP address assigned. DHCP server stores the ...


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This answer is based on Android 9 (Pie). I have been trying to find the answer to this question for quite a while. Preventing the battery graph from resetting has become somewhat of a game for me - a game that I lose if the graph resets. If the battery charge reaches 90%, the graph will reset. Typically the graph will reset as soon as the battery is ...


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