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The custom recovery .IMG is corrupted and you should go download a different one. In the error you received DTB stands for Device Tree Blob. The device tree blob is a default mechanism to pass low-level hardware information from the bootloader to the kernel.


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It's not from Niantic, it is the silhouette of the MIUI character head. It's possible comes with a MIUI theme what you downloaded and applied.


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Not permament solution, but so far the best solution. On rooted phone : use ES File Explorer (or any File Explorer with Root access) go to device/system/bin select the mdnsd file open properties open permissions uncheck the execute permissions


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A couple of things: Applications that show running processes are only able to show the user processes (meaning no kernel processes) Android gives more priority to the application in the foreground (the one you are currently seeing). When you open the the task manager, the other processes are being capped. The measuring you are trying to do influences the ...


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I had a similar issue not that long ago: the culprit seems to be some app ART cannot compile for some reason. As you successfully applied my solution and confirmed, let me sum up the facts from the comments in an answer: 1. figure which app is the culprit. On each of those crashes, the Android system sets a "tombstone" on the "grave" of the dying process – ...


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I happen to have got a Redmi Note 3 (Snapdragon) just recently and also have CM13 on it, and my Bluetooth keyboard/mouse combo connects and functions just fine. All I can say is that your mouse might be faulty - test it somewhere else.


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Install Mi PC Suite instead, it will work. It automatically installs the drivers.


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No. Keep the phone, it's all right. You will get 4G if your APN settings are configured correctly and you have a working 4G plan. But for your information, what T-Mobile calls "4G" is actually a kind of enhanced 3G (HSPA+) whereas "real" 4G is LTE. This phone can access 4G in India, on a hardware basis it should be capable of accessing 4G in the US, unless ...


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