Hello! I just bought Samsung S5 Galaxy and loved its functionalities. But there is this problem that it takes a lot of time to charge completely. I cannot afford to put it on charging mode all the time because I have to use it as well. So initially I thought there was some problem with the electric connection and I tried to charge it in less time by using different places to charge, but the result is still the same. It takes hours to charge it completely. Please help me out
I'm an Android VOIP application. I want to choose my type of codec based on processor power. Some audio codecs do not work well on some low-end devices. I want this program and do not decide when compiling. What are the criteria that will help you decide the CPU power and bandwidth available for processing: Here are some of them that I can think of: 1) CPU clock 2) memory Is there a standard method to determine the performance calculation based on statistics of memory / CPU It would be good to know if Android provides APIs for analyzing the performance in execution.
I have a Sony Experia z2 phone and I have a problem with it. Every time I use it for a while, like around twenty to thirty minutes, it starts to get very warm, like something from inside is heating up. Is this scenario normal, or will I have to get my phone checked out?
6 months back, I have purchased a new Sony LT28h Xperia Ion black phone. It's working pretty well so far.
But today I upgraded my phone and from that time onwards I am unable to see any of my apps which were already loaded on that. I searched all locations, but no luck.
Please can somebody suggest me to get back my apps again. Thanks for your kind help in advance.
I am using SONY Xperia Z2 D5603 and it is working fine. But recently I got one issue.
Whenever I talk with somebody on my phone, the receiver side person hearing echo. This issue is coming with any call and any other phone other end. The echo is observed only at the receiver end, but not on my side.
Can somebody help me figure out the root cause of this issue and how to fix the same? Thanks a lot in advance and regards.
I ran factory reset in my Samsung Galaxy I9003. Afterwards, when I tried to restore my backed up applications from my laptop, I get a Restore Error. I have attached a screenshot of the error received below. I checked the connections to ensure that the device is connected and can be seen on my laptop. What might be causing this error that says the device is disconnected then? Does anyone have any idea please? Was anything wrong with my restore operation? How can I find out? I am counting on your help to fix this issue. Any help on this will be greatly appreciated.
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