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Created: Dec 20, 2014
jii Created: Dec. 20, 2014
911Eric wrote: This is the first time I've heard of such a peering agreement between the two. Although a quick google search will quickly shed some light on the agreement. As this techcrunch article shows ( http://techcrunch.com/2014/07/29/netflix-and-att-sign-peering-agreement/) " Interconnection agreements do not deal with how content moves across the network of an ISP,...
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So what, then? You're saying that iOS, in its stock form, is immune to any form of attack? I'd certainly hope not, as exploits in the stock, non-jailbroken iOS ( remember that SSL vulnerability with iOS7? ) have been documented as well.
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lizdance40 wrote: Jailbreaking your iPhone will void your warranty and expose the phone to virus and hacking. Ridiculous. While Android is still the most targeted mobile OS out there, iOS devices (AND OS X devices for that matter), jailbroken or not , are hardly immune to attacks.
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Created: Dec 18, 2014
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All sorts of things use up data, man. Automatic app updates via the Play Store, automatic pushes, background processes, ads on your favorite apps and websites, and even those supposedly helpful task killers all help contribute to your data consumption. There's a number of things you can do to minimize your data usage, but here's some of the big ones... 1. In your Play Sto...
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Created: Dec 4, 2014
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If the option to upgrade isn't available via OTA, check sammobile.com or xda-developers.com for the ROM and flash through Odin. Edit: Oh yeah, you may be able to upgrade through Kies, but Kies sucks, so ...yeah...
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jii Created: Dec. 4, 2014
Settings > Mobile Networks > Access Point Names.
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GLIMMERMAN76 wrote: let me rephrase that statement. The phone is yours but the os software on it is not. Hence why they lock the bootloaders and encrypt them. Easily the single most ridiculous statement I've read on any of the numerous forums I frequent in quite a while. I'm suddenly reminded of why I skipped this place for most of this year. C'mon, ACE, get on the ball.
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First off, make sure that you've got a solid enough signal when trying to set up your account(s). If that isn't an issue, double check your login/password. If that doesn't help, verify with your email provider to ensure you are using the correct information needed to set up for POP3/IMAP or Exchange sync (whichever one you're using). Edit: In some cases, you may need to e...
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Created: Dec 3, 2014
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For that zooming, make sure that you don't have any of your accessibility settings checked under Settings > Accessibility. As for your FB app, longpress its icon, select App Info, and wipe cache & data, then restart.
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jii Created: Dec. 3, 2014
Step 2: Call AT&T and confirm that your account is properly provisioned ( sorry ;/ )
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Name: ATT HSPA+ APN: phone Proxy: <Leave Blank> Port: <Leave Blank> Username: <leave Blank> Password: <leave Blank> Server: <leave Blank> MMSC: http://mmsc.mobile.att.net MMS proxy: proxy.mobile.att.net MMS port: 80 MCC: 310 MNC: 410 Authentication type: <Leave Blank> APN type: default,supl,mms,hipri APN Protocol: <Leave on Default> Bearer: <Leave on Default>
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Ugh. How exactly does placing calls whilst in Safe Mode fix an app's FC problem? 1. Longpress your email client's icon > App Info. 2. Delete cache and data. 3. Restart device. 4. Report back if the problem persists. If the above fixes your problem, buy me a beer
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First off, make sure that you've got a solid enough signal when trying to set up your account(s). If that isn't an issue, double check your login/password. If that doesn't help, verify with your email provider to ensure you are using the correct information needed to set up for POP3/IMAP or Exchange sync (whichever one you're using). Edit: In some cases, you may need to e...
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Boot that sucker into Safe Mode and check to see if you get the same error. Turn on safe mode Turn the device off. Press and hold the Power key. When 'GALAXY Note 3' appears on the screen, release the Power key. Immediately after releasing the Power key, press and hold the Volume down key. Continue to hold the Volume down key until the device finishes restarting. 'Safe mo...
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It won't be recognized by your computer if it's powered off. Have you tried leaving it on the charger for a couple of hours at all? Worst case, go get yourself a wall charger that'll let you charge the battery externally, pop the battery back in and see if that works. If it won't boot even with a fully charged battery then you've other issues. If it's just the port itself...
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Created: Nov 25, 2014
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1. Check to see if you have any of your accessability options enabled. 2. Go into your app info for FB (longpress > info), delete app data and cache, then restart phone.
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jii Created: Sep. 12, 2013
Not gonna happen without root, as you'll need access to system files to get rid of or change that sound.
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jii Created: Aug. 28, 2013
Check two settings. Driving Mode - Dropdown menu Quick Settings Talkback - Settings > Accessibility > Talkback Also, some 3rd party launchers, like Go Launcher for example, include voice notifications. If you're running a 3rd party launcher, check its Accessibility settings as well (if applicable).
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Created: Jan 16, 2013
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1. Portico did indeed fix that glitch. I can attest to this personally. 2. I believe that the VC app uses the secondary mic. If this is the case, then your secondary mic might very well be damaged in some way. Just go get it replaced ;p
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Created: Jan 14, 2013
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Are you asking where the slot itself is physically located? A quick Google search told me that the slot is located on the top of the phone. As for accessing data on the card itself, you can do so via your file explorer, or your computer once it's synced. Lastly, if your phone isn't recognizing the 8gb card, you may be able to fix it by updating your drivers. It was a comm...
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Did you try to hard reset through the option found under Settings? If so... http://forums.wpcentral.com/nokia-lumia-920/203979-fix-bricked-920s-after-reset-flash-process-defined-inside.html You'll need to download two programs, Nokia Care Suite and NaviFirm, which is the program you'll be using to flash the firmware. THIS IS AS EASY AS IT GETS, even if you don't consider ...
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jii Created: Jul. 20, 2012
Nope.
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jii Created: Mar. 7, 2012
Again, no. No personal information (name, address, SMS/MMS content) can be obtained from viewing the bill.
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jii Created: Mar. 27, 2009
yes.
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