Hi i have downloaded some .mmo map files from a lake district website, does anybody know of an app i can use to open and read these map files?
I have a Samsung Galaxy S4
Via their Open Source Release Center, Samsung has posted new updates to make open source files available for Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1, Galaxy Tab 2 7.0, and AT&T Galaxy Note II devices. The listings indicate these are files for Android 4.1 Jelly Bean on these devices.
I have a Samsung Galaxy S3 and I had the SD card encrypted using the phone. Then I accidently deleted a couple of files. So I used Pandora Recovery to recover these files and that was successful. Pandora said 0% overwritten and hence I could recover all of them.
However I couldn't open these files on the computer as these were encrypted.
i have a new samsung galaxy tab 2 as mentioned in the title, and i can not copy any files to the internal memory via usb cable and the android file transfer. i have tried jpegs and some .mobi ebooks i have downloaded. i tried putting the files in several places with no luck.
Hello, I was wondering if anyone might know a solution to the following problem I'm having...
. My galaxy s3 will let me open pdf files. But then pops up the message of "not enough memory to open file" after it let's me see a few pages of the same pdf. I'm sure I have more than enough memory on the internal and sd card. Any ideas?
I was using Galaxy Ace earlier and had locked (encrypted with *.flock extension) certain files using the 'Lock Files' app created by Smiles Repaired.
It is not available anymore on the Play Store.
I need to unlock those files and hence would require the APK for the same.
Anyone who has it please share ASAP or please guid
I have a new Sandisk 64GB micro SD card which I plugged into my Samsung Galaxy Note 2 (updated to Android 4.1.2) as an external storage. I initially formatted and encrypted it as well, and put some of my media files there by creating new folders and then copying the files coming from my internal SD storage.
When I download and launch a new wallpaper in Samsung Galaxy, it downloads lots and lots of small image files which actually takes lot of time. Is this the way it would work or the issue with the coding done in Android or there are better ways to develop it so it would be a few image files and not in thousands of image files.