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About shibaa987

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  • Your Current Device(s)
    Nexus 4, Moto G
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    infysim
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  5. Need Help

    Go to Settings > Security and select the "SIM/RUIM card lock" See if Lock SIM card check box is checked. If it is checked then SIM card lock is ON. Just uncheck the box and I think it should not ask you the next time onwards you will boot your phone.
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  7. Even when my Moto G is powered off, then it is not powering on at least till it charges to 4 percent. If you are pointing this then I think that's for any Moto G user.
  8. Need Help

    The ROOT/data directory usually contains the user data, if I am not wrong. User data contains the applications created by the user, application cache files, contact data, messages etc. If your ROOT/data directory is deleted then you have lost all your data, installed applications, contact, messages etc. Now, if somebody will give you his ROOT/data then it will be his data, his installed applications, contacts etc.... Don't worry and start learning to take backup of your data. I hope the below link will help you out from the next time: http://www.infysim.org/2014/08/how-to-backup-all-of-your-data-on-your-android-device-step-by-step-guide.html
  9. This is a custom ROM which requires the bootloader to be unlocked on your Nexus phone. If you have already done this then that's really cool.... you can directly procedd for the ROM flashing or else you need to unlock the bootloader and install a custom recovery first. I will recommend you to visit the below link and get a custom recovery installed on your phone: http://www.infysim.org/2014/09/how-to-unlock-bootloader-root-and-install-a-custom-recovery-on-your-nexus.html WARNING: Installing custom ROM requires a custom recovery to be installed on your device, which may VOID your warranty and may delete all your data. Before proceeding further you may consider backing up your all data. DISCLAIMER: #include <warranty.h> /* * Your warranty will be VOID after installing a custom ROM. * * Get notified yourself that I am not responsible for bricked devices, dead SD cards, * thermonuclear war, or you getting fired because the alarm app failed. * Please do some research if you have any concerns about features included in this ROM * before flashing it! * YOU are choosing to make these modifications, * and if you point the finger at me for messing up your device, * I will laugh at you. */ You can find a much detailed ROM flashing procedure in the below link: http://www.infysim.org/2015/05/cyanogenmod-12-1-for-galaxy-nexus-codename-maguro.html For the CyanogenMod 12.1 ROM flashing on your Galaxy Nexus; you need to have the following files: - CM 12.1 ROM zip file - CM 12.1 Google Apps Flashing CyanogenMod 12.1 on Galaxy Nexus: Consider taking a nandroid backup of your OLD ROM before installing this new ROM. [RECOMMENDED] - Copy the ROM and GApps package to your phone. - Enter into the custom recovery. - Do a Factory Reset/Wipe Data and Cache partition [RECOMMENDED] - Install the ROM and Gapps recovery flashable zip packages using the custom recovery. - Reboot your phone to enjoy the CyanogenMod 12.1 for Galaxy Nexus phone. SuperSU is not needed because CyanogenMod 12 has inbuilt supersu. YOu just need to enable developer options, and then go to Root access and there allow root access for apps and adb. That's all guys. Enjoy the all new Android Lollipop with CyanogenMod.
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