What is probably happening is you're running low on memory?
Here's an App that allows constant monitoring so you can help us help you.
As per /u/KorvisKhan 's comment however, seems LG only updated your phone up to KitKat. So unless you're willing to install a custom rom, you're stuck with 4.4.2
She can find the remainder easily by taking the whole number, multiplying, and then subtracting.
In any case, try this out: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.digitalduwaji.divisioncalculator&hl=en_US
There's no easy way to do it if you aren't rooted (that I know of). For rooted phones you can use titanium backup. It'll work when it is restored.
For non-rooted phones, you can use Authy. You'll have to re-enable 2FA on all the websites that use it, but Authy will allow you to generate the same tokens on multiple devices . Authy also has a cloud backup service (not sure if anyone has vetted it, but I also haven't looked TBH).
No. See, Android has an SMS service. These apps act as a simple GUI for it.
This SMS Service keeps all your texts and will still receive new ones even if there is no app attached to it. You will only see your texts / get notifications once an app is communicating with said service.
So, in sum, it's like having an HQ for McDonnalds and a McDonnalds store.
Store might close down, but the food, recipes, etc... will still be at HQ waiting for a new store!
Edit : And if you want a recommendation for a new one, I'm a sucker for Textra
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Comcast? My condolences.
Try following these troubleshooting steps.
Also, try using this application to switch up your DNS. Your reboot might be some sort of panic. Unsure if you're being targeted at home, but, at this point I'll try anything if I don't have a log.
Whoa, that's quite a lot! I'll see what I can do to help!
For emulators, RetroArch is always a good idea. One app, multiple machines emulated.
You should be ok with any of the mid-range phones. Should run OK on some of the low end ones as well. If you really want a low end phone, let us know! We'll find you the right emulators for you!
For MOGA, there's always alternatives. I went to Amazon.ca and looked for "Smartphone Controller" and I found a few cheap alternatives.
Hope it helps!
An app might be wakelocking your device or running heavy processes in the background, use something like this to figure out which one
Other troubleshooting steps you could try are clearing cache and data of the Play Store and Google Play Services, removing and re-adding your account, updating the Play Store to the latest version via this APKMirror link, uninstalling Play Store updates. Also wait for the system updates to finish installing, it may take awhile. Are these apps installed on an SD card? If yes then that could be the issue, try re-mounting the SD card, if none of these steps worked then it might be your internet connection, try other WiFi connections and/or mobile data.
To me, it looks like some version of NordVPN. Or some other funky app. Probably a widget of some kind.
If you go to Settings > Apps do you see an app with this logo that you don't use? If so, delete it.
You should probably open it up and dig the ssd out of it, then put it in a SSD Adapter
Smart phones save to the cloud. Only thing a phone would save on your SIM would be contacts iirc. And those you have to specifically request to be put there. Otherwise they'll be put under the contacts of your Google account. See https://contacts.google.com
You can try: Hush: Block numbers & apps. Let's you create anti spam rules to block all calls starting with a certain area code or number group. Choose 'Selection' -> 'All numbers starting with **' in step 3.
I have no idea how well this will work but it's worth a shot:
I have this app on my phone (it's safe and really easy to use) and it allows you to send apps through Bluetooth and it allows you to backup apps. I assume if you backup the app then send it to your PC (by going to the backup location and moving the backup to your pc) or something then send it back to reinstall it on your phone that should work. GL
The app link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.clogica.bluetooth_app_sender_apk
Sounds more like in-game ads if they don't appear anywhere else and you haven't installed any unknown app from somewhere other than the Play Store (or any dubious apps from the Play Store...).
Try and see if an ad-blocker helps? If you've got Android 9 or later, the easiest would be adding dns.adguard.com to your Private DNS settings. Otherwise Blokada or Nebulo + dns.adguard.com might be an option. (There are also other ad-blocking DNS services)
You can download an app like FX which will then give you the option of "Save File" or "Save As" from the share screen. With that option, you will be able to save the file wherever you'd like.
I'm sure there are other apps out there which will give you the same funcitonality, but this is the one I use.
Ah that's a phisically issue... Your phone probably has an amoled screen and has had that screen on for a while. Since you had that screen on for so long it "burned" itself on. An example of this would be this CRT monitor from a Pacman arcade : http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0197/5874/files/Burn_large.jpg?v=1492783292
You can clearly see the maze yet the monitor is off. In principle the issue is the same.
While I cannot guarantee a solution without any hardware repairs, maybe give this a go: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=soheilkd.BurninWiper
And tell us if you see any difference after, say, 10 minutes of it in animation mode?
That is frustrating. Alright, I might as well give the USB Ethernet + OTG cable a shot. Just to be clear, concerning parts I want an OTG adapter and a USB Ethernet cable?
It's clean. No google account sign in. Basically no way to even install any app as I use these always unsafe devices just to call and text. No, there's no app I don't recognize. I scanned with malwarebytes before, it showed no malware, so I reformatted the damn thing and chose local account. (it's usually hidden in the bottom left corner of the google sign in page that shows up either on new device or on freshly reset/"formatted" if you choose to wipe everything from the phone).
And the fact that the same issue happens with Chrome on other devices... it was simply screwed up. That browser is dead to me at this point. First I thought I got connection issues, since when I used Chrome on PC and laptop with extensions, that the tab crashed (instead of opening ad, uBlock killed the tab directly since it was a full page ad) and I reopened it. But when I opened incognito, as there are no extensions here running, I noticed... there's a random chance instead of the specified site it opens a full page ad that you won something "Dear Chrome user you won iPhone 11". I might've never knew Chrome does that... I blamed my ISP just to see during online classes that teachers tried to open a local file in Chrome to preview it before they upload it on the college's website, and guess what? Chrome displays full page ad instead of local file as well and you gotta close that ad tab and reopen the file for it to work... I will attempt testing this further and even record it on a cleanly installed Linux distro with Chromium but on VPN since I'm 100% sure at this point that's a problem with the browser directly. I fricked my SSD cycles to reinstall both my Windows PC and Linux PC to wipe it entirely many times just to properly overwrite the 'malware deeply injected somewhere' who knows maybe Malwarebytes can't detect it, I wasted some money on NordVPN, it happens with VPN as well but its just different ad in different language. There's simply no malware nowhere it's... the browser.
U1 on Amazon. Here's the listing: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B073JYVKNX/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Download a app called activity launcher from the play store it will show every app on your device even if it's hidden then from inside activity launcher it will give you options like open force stop if this doesn't work hopefully safemode will
Link to activity launcher download here playstore link
Transfer all your files to your PC, and reset your phone. It most probably would solve your issue.
Also, before you do that, install Apk-Extractor, and extract apks of apps you don't want to update, and transfer them to your PC and Drive. If downloading Apk-Extractor does not work from play-store, try apkmirror.
reduce background apps
tweak your settings to run updates / backups a different time like late night
test your buttons with this app https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.testm.app&hl=en
scan with some antivir app
otherwise backup your data & factory reset, if it's not enough reinstall the firmware
If it doesn't open in the app, share the video to Open link with and choose the YouTube app. Not sure if that's what you're asking for since you're taking about "in-app browser"... :/
I think it should use the comma/point system according to your system language. You could try clear the app's storage and cache then change your language (e.g. US English to UK English) and then check if it changed anything. It should then show the numbers as 1,000.00 or 1.000,00.
Otherwise try Google's Calculator and see if it's the same there. It's pretty much the same app.
That's strange. I can't tell you why this happens, but I recommend Files by Google. This really helps you clean unnecessary files.
Hope this is helpful.
I find SD Maid sometimes helps to rejuvenate things:
You could also change launcher and make sure there are no widgets/live wallpaper running. I assume you're not low on storage space? That could cause issues as well.
But in your situation I'm not sure if it's really going to make a huge difference, it sounds like there's something more fundamentally wrong, unless they've just shipped it grossly underpowered
This has always surprised me - especially for those times you want to share a photo whilst using mobile data and there really isn't any need to be wasting a few MB of data to just send a snapshot by instant message.
It should really be baked into Google Photos when sharing an image.
For the moment the only option is to use another app to do it, something like https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.simplemobilephotoresizer I guess.
Install this https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.theolivetree.ftpserver
Then on your PC install filezilla( https://filezilla-project.org/download.php?type=client ) and use the credentials on your phone's screen on filezilla. Make sure your phone and PC share the same with connection.
Yes. Battery calibration is definitely the problem. Use https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.digibites.accubattery for accurate battery readings. Eventually your phone will wake up and smell the coffee
SMS Backup & Restore works well.
I also use Pulse which includes full online back & restore.
On Android usually when a file is deleted, that's it.
You might wanna try this app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.defianttech.diskdigger
But the thing is, by writing more stuff on your phone, it may have overridden any remaining data of this video.
Removing an app marked as unremovable might cause system instability.
However, if you really want to remove it (and mind you, by doing this, I won't be held responsible for what happens to your device)
Go to the play store, get the root browser ( https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.jrummy.root.browser )
Then, open it and make your way to /system
Inside there are two folders:
Find the digital wellbeing folder and move it to your local storage (I say move because in case it causes harm to your device, you might need those files back!)
Reboot your device, pray to whatever deity you believe in. And voilá
No. Like you said, there are only options to select a whole different look altogether. But you might be able to find an app that will do/look like you want. I think this is a good one to start with.
Ideally $10-15. I can do a bit more if needed.
I haphazardly ordered a cable from Amazon ($7, so not a huge deal) yesterday, that is shielded and recommended by someone who faced a similar issue. Unfortunately it's not 4-pin like you suggested, so it may be useless to me. Whoops
You should read this article.
but if you want the TlDr version, just install this
This might be a software issue on Samsung's End. Or something is preventing your phone from Doze.
See if this app helps give you some insight!
Then I'm afraid you'll have to venture our and choose others. give Go SMS a try, it has a theme engine, maybe there's an iMessage theme there?
It could be that your phone is merely taking its time finding a GPS satelite. Are you using the Google Location Services?
Also, try giving this a shot. It basically has a bigger timeout than other apps to find the GPS coords. Once it finds them you shouldn't have this problem anymore.
Then it is a Custom home screen setting! You might wanna try a different launcher
Another thing that might be going on is /system is mounted as READ-ONLY. Use this if root is installed properly.
It can be disabled yes, but only the feature where you press space twice to add it automatically, would that be enough? If not, trying another keyboard might be a good idea
Did you root your Stock rom though? Something might be wrong with your batterystats.bin file. You might need to reset it(Of course this is just a guess...). Just keep in mind that to do this, you'll need root.
Well, if you're willing we can investigate!
Use this app to help us out! maybe it can tell you what's using all that CPU and heating up your phone!
Look up Naked Browser on Google Play. Worth a shot
also, download this and scan your phone
These app partitions are basically your /data partition.
Something is not playing by the rules and adding files where it shouldn't.
See if you can use this tool and check where all that space is being used.
Interesting. There's a few diff methods to push ads to the phone, for example look at the first user reply here that lists a few diff methods (not all creates a notification tho) other than AirPush. With that said, I'd recommend the following:
Press and hold on the push notification until a screen pops up it'll tell you at the top what app that notification is from. (On kitkat [iirc] it'd open a button that says "app info" that you can select).
Another app you can use instead of airpush (as that only detects apps using that method) is addons detector. Simply download, install, open it, hit scan, choose whether you want to upload to add to their list of known apps with ads or disable that. Then choose addons from the menu (only avail after initial scan), change drop down to advertising. You'll see any app that has any kind of advertising and what advertising method they're using. (That app also has a handful of other features but honestly I just install and use it when locating ads, just the interface is a bit clunky so I start with airpush).
Please give this a shot and do a scan.
Do one with this as well just in case.
Hmm Would you be willing to restart your phone into SAFE MODE ? You should be able to see what's going on.
Also, have you checked in Settings, Security, Device Administrators, that there is nothing suspicious in there?
But first, install this run a quick scan
I found a solution: there are apps out there which provide a quick mute button which will toggle the volume to zero and back to what you had it at!