posted on 17 Jun 2015, 04:11 3 1. TyrionLannister (unregistered) I fixed this 3 days ago. http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=61345920&postcount=129http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=61360476&postcount=162 posted on 17 Jun 2015, 08:28 0 9. waddup121 (unregistered) Thanks PA posted on 17 Jun 2015, 04:23 2 2. PeterK. (Posts: 314; Member since: 13 Nov 2013) Thank you, Tyrion of House Lannister! posted on 17 Jun 2015, 12:01 0 10. devsabhi44 (Posts: 13; Member since: 31 May 2015) I tried it for my ATT Note 4 even and it worked. posted on 22 Mar 2016, 21:09 0 16. kimchan (Posts: 1; Member since: 22 Mar 2016) Search in google with the keywords "How to fix the missing quick toggles on your Samsung Galaxy Note4 Note5 AT&T" posted on 17 Jun 2015, 04:50 1 3. AlikMalix (unregistered) I've been reading on this, and wasn't the point of this to automatically make toggles go away if you don't use them for 30 days? … [Read more...] about Comments for : How to fix the missing quick toggles on your Samsung Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 edge
Speaking of privacy, many among us have been forced onto high alert, what with all the various revelations around the NSA and its nasty (not to mention, illegal) snooping practices. But the top spy agency is only part of the problem, as gadget manufacturers need to consistently address vulnerabilities and tighten control, minimizing the possibility of a privacy breach. While effort has definitely been put towards that end, we still occasionally stumble upon features available in smartphones that can be easily exploited by members of the public that are up to no good.Apple's iOS – the platform that drives your iPhone – has one such potentially dangerous weakness called 'Frequent Locations'. Buried several submenus deep into the settings, this pane stores all your frequently traveled to locations, making it easy for anyone who has access to your phone to find out precisely where and when you were at point A or B. This isn't limited to just your home and work … [Read more...] about Inconspicuous setting on your iPhone could let anyone see where you’ve been in seconds, here’s the fix
0. phoneArena posted on 05 Dec 2014, 04:49 With great technology advancements come some not so great tradeoffs, and chief among those for the G3 is its battery life, which is inferior to most other 2014 flagships on account of the big, ultra high-res display. The other issue is screen oversharpening - with so many pixels packed in such a tight space, edges of text or icons in LG or some 3rd party apps often look like you've moved the sharpening slider in Photoshop to the max, resulting in ugly etched rims surrounding text and other elements on the screen. Fret not, however, as there is now an extremely easy way to fix that, and still enjoy the G3's breathtaking pixel density. Here's what you need to do... This is a discussion for a news. To read the whole news, click here posted on 05 Dec 2014, 05:25 4 1. G3ro- (Posts: 5; Member since: 05 Dec 2014) One must root their phone, right? posted on 05 Dec 2014, 05:48 2 2. chaosnightmare (Posts: 182; Member since: 20 May … [Read more...] about Comments for : How to easily fix the LG G3 QHD screen’s annoying oversharpening issue
Last weekend, an over-the-air update was deployed to vehicles that run the newest version of Fiat Chrysler of America’s Uconnect software system. And on Monday, Jalopnik discovered that the update sent some customers’ infotainment screens spiraling into an endless loop of reboots. While it was previously unclear how widespread the problem was, The Verge has learned that it is localized to the Northeast region of the US and Canada, after obtaining a notice that was sent out by the Uconnect team to FCA dealerships. The notice also spells out that seven specific “sales codes” are affected, meaning that cars kitted out with a very specific entertainment trim — Uconnect 4C NAV with an 8.4-inch screen — have been impacted by whatever went wrong. It’s still not clear what caused the glitch, but the notice also states that the problem has to do with SiriusXM Travel Link, a detail that the Uconnect support account shared publicly overnight. The … [Read more...] about Chrysler’s over-the-air update fiasco is limited to the Northeast, but customers are still waiting for a fix
New York City is in the middle of a transportation nervous breakdown. Never before have city dwellers had so many options for getting around — subway, bus, bike, ferry, taxi, and every sharing app under the sun — and never have commutes been so hellacious. In the midst of all this chaos comes the Ford Motor Company, tossing one more transit option onto the pile in the hopes that it will help make the simple act of getting from Point A to Point B a little less suicide-inducing. Starting soon, Ford is launching its on-demand shuttle bus service Chariot in New York City. The self-described microtransit service will start out in preplanned service areas in Manhattan and Brooklyn, eventually adding routes in additional neighborhoods based on customer crowdsourcing. It’s not a new idea — Via, an app-based communal bus service, has been operating in the city since 2015 — but Chariot has high hopes that its approach to ride-sharing will catch on. Chariot first … [Read more...] about Can Ford fix New York City’s transportation crisis with a crowdsourced shuttle bus?