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    Your Android device offers several connectivity modes when connecting your phone to your computer. Each mode has different purposes, and some could cause your phone not to show up on your computer. Changing the connection mode on your phone can get your computer to recognize it. Here's how to do that: Connect your phone to…
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    How to do? You can unlock bootloader using Windows-Android or Android-Android method (Requires OTG). Pre-Requesting A Windows Computer [PC] Android Phone (Which will use for unlocking bootloader) [MOB] A USB cable Little knowledge about Computers* Note : By using this method your Device will be factory reset, So take a…
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    A cell phone that shuts off while plugged into the charger will not recharge. The problem may be rooted in the charger but it's also possible that the phone itself is damaged. Regards, Will
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    Please enable or disable "Vibrate on touch" in "Settings" -> "Sound & notification" -> "Other sounds". Regards, Will
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    Windows has a built-in troubleshooter that can do the heavy lifting for you. Just click Start, type “troubleshooting” and click “view all” until you see “network adapter.” Click it, and the process should walk you through the steps to get your device's wireless connection working again Regards, Will
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    Navigate to Account > Settings > SMS. Scroll down to the Quick Responses section. Find the quick response you want to edit. Hover over the quick response. Click Edit. Make any changes to the quick response. Click Save. Regards, Will
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    Right click on the Bluetooth drivers and tap on Properties. When you are under the Power Management tab, remove the check next to the box 'Allow the computer to turn off the device to save power'. Put the check next to the box 'Allow this device to wake the computer'. Click on OK and close device manager. Regards, Will
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    Tap "Check Update" in "Settings" -> "About" -> "System update" to check if the firmware is the latest version. If there is a newer version available, please follow the steps below to perform the update. Regards, Will
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    Go to Settings > Sounds & Vibration > Advanced Sound Settings > Sound Quality & Effects. Set the Equalizer to Normal. Go to Settings > Sounds & Vibration > Volume > Media Volume Limiter. If it's on, set the Custom Volume limit slider to maximum. Regards, Will
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    If your Android loudspeaker won't work, restart the device and check for updates. Additionally, reset the sound settings, and disable Bluetooth and Do Not Disturb mode. If the issue persists, remove the case, clean your speaker grills, enter Safe Mode, and reset your settings. Regards, Will
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    Open your GPU's control panel and look for an option called “Driver” or “Drivers”. Here, you should see the version number of your current driver as well as the option to update it. If there's an update available, click the “Update” button and follow the prompts to install it Regards, Will
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    Make sure Do not disturb is turned off or you have allowed WhatsApp notifications in priority mode in your phone's Settings app > Sound > Do not disturb. Make sure all of WhatsApp's permissions are granted in your phone's Settings app > Apps > WhatsApp > Permissions. Hope this helps
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    . Contact your network provider to check if your location has no mobile network signal. 2. Swipe down on the screen to access Quick settings >Enable "Mobile data" or Tick "Data enabled" in "Settings" > "Connections" > "Mobile network" Regards, Will
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    Reboot your phone/pad and launch the camera again. Clear the camera data and cache : Go to Settings -> Apps & notifications -> SEE ALL xxx APPS -> Camera -> Storage & Cache -> execute CLEAR STORAGE and CLEAR CACHE. Regards, Will
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    Tap "Settings" > "Network & Internet" > enable "Wi-Fi" and tap it to access the Wi-Fi options, make sure Wi-Fi function is on. Then, tap the name of your Wi-Fi network and ensure your device is connected to the network. You may not be able to connect to a Wi-Fi signal if the network has a weak signal strength Regards, Will
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    Try restarting your phone, router, cables or modem. You can unplug, then plug it back in when you restart your router or modem. Tap Check Update in "Settings" -> "System" -> "System update". Try other available networks or contact your network provider for help. Regards, Will
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    From the Quick Setting menu, tap and hold the Wi-Fi icon for about 2 seconds to display all of the Networks in range. Choose any wireless network from the list that you want to connect with or click [More settings] to check other networks. Then enter your Password and tap Connect. Regards,
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    Mobile Manager is an ASUS application that will make you easy optimization your ZenFone. You only need a tap to optimize it. SCAN, Data usage, PowerMaster, Memory Cleaner, Notifications, Cleanup, and Security & Permissions functions will analyze and optimize your ZenFone Regards, Will
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    From the Home screen, tap the Apps icon > the Widgets tab (at the top of the screen), then touch and hold the desired Weather widget to pick it up and place it on one of the Home screens Regards, Will
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    Please login to your Google account or add a new account, then complete the backup process. In the devices with Android, please enter Settings > System > Backup and enable "Back up to Google Drive". Please login to your Google account or add a new account, then complete the backup process Regards, Will
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    Find the Battery Screen Click the Settings option from the Start menu. In Settings, select System, and then select Battery. Click See which apps are affecting your battery life to see more details. Regards, Will
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    Type and search [Device Manager] in the Windows search bar, then click [Open]. Click the arrow next to [Camera], then right-click the [your camera device name] and select [Enable device]. To test if the camera work normally Regards, Will
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    A large volume of unoptimized images is usually the most common reason behind website slowness. High-resolution images can consume lots of bandwidth while loading. Uploading larger sized images and then scaling them down can unnecessarily increase the size of your web page – causing your website to load slowly.
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    Go to Settings > System > Advanced> Reset Options > Reset Wi-fi, mobile & Bluetooth. For iOS and iPadOS device, you'll have to unpair all of your devices (go to Setting > Bluetooth, select the info icon and choose Forget This Device for each device) then restart your phone or tablet.
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    1. Reboot your phone The following are some of the steps: a. Press and hold your phone’s power button. b. You’ll then see an options menu, from which you can choose “Restart.” Check if your Asus ROG Phone 5 is connected to WiFi after it has successfully restarted. It should have to work immediately, based on our own…
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    Tap Google Play Store. Tap your profile image. Tap Settings. Tap Network Preferences. Tap Auto-Update Apps. Tap Don't Auto-update Apps. Tap Done to disable auto updates. Regards, Will
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    Check Your Connections Firstly, check the obvious points. Did you definitely remember to charge your phone? Has the charger become partially dislodged from the wall socket? And is the power socket turned on? Dirt and Dust Next, ensure there's no dust, dirt, or other gunk clogging up either the USB port on your charging…
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    From a Home screen, tap the. Apps icon. (located at the bottom). From the Apps tab, touch and hold an app. Drag and drop the shortcut to the preferred home screen. For the app to be successfully added, there must be sufficient space within the selected home screen. Regards, Will
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    Shut down your PC. Press the power button and immediately press F2 to enter into BIOS setup. Press F9 (or the load defaults button shown on the BIOS screen) to reset your BIOS. Press Esc or F10 and select “save and Exit” press Enter and allow your system to restart then check if the fan now works. Hope this helps
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    It can be one of several things. A defective screen, a broken or partially disconnected cable to the screen or a bad video driver circuit - in that order. You can try to replace the screen yourself. That's a risky task but if you follow instructions with the proper tools it can be done. Regards, Will