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I don't think that you'll be able to use FoxFi on T-Mobile. With a 4G unlimited data plan you get a 5GB tethering plan.
I just got a dev edition about 2 weeks ago and it came with 4.2.2.
I haven't been paying attention as to which devices have gotten a update to Kit Kat. I know that under KK the icons are no longer blue, they're white.
Are you on 4.4 (kit kat)?
A factory reset will only wipe your data. You will not lose root.
What version of Android are you on?
Try using a different player, I use realplayer.
I just checked and you're correct, I thought it was either or but not both. I suggest that you go into Tmobile and find out you'd get for a G2.
Have you spoken to VZW? They might just work with you. Why not just buy unlocked phones that you can use on both AT&T and Tmobile? T-Mobile will pay you up to $350 for a phone you turn in. If you're...
You didn't understand me. Try this, see if it'll bypass the check.
Have you tried Hotspot Toggle widget?
Try wiping the data of just the email app from the settings menu.
Seems like it's a common problem. Read this.
"Android is upgrading:Starting Apps" Every reboot. - Page 2 - xda-developers
Try using a different superuser app or use SU update fixer.
How are you rebooting? It does indeed sound like your dalvik cache is being wiped every time you reboot.
The bit version isn't for the phone but for the computer you're using to root the phone with. I would say that your computer is most likely a 32 bit.
Here's the best set of instructions. There's no longer a app that can do it. It may sound like a lot of steps but it's really easy to do.
I don't think that there's a way to do it unless your phone is rooted.
Try Doubletwist. It works very much like iTunes, download it onto your computer and install the app on your phone.
They're proximity sensors that turn off the screen when placing the phone near your face during a call. They're supposed to be off all other times.
I believe it means that you're connected to the HSPA network which some companies refer to as 4G which is not LTE.
That would depend on how much data you use a month. If you are a heavy user than it makes sense since the overage charges would eventually cost way more than if you had purchased the phone at full...
Try FoxFi or Hotspot Widget.