That isn't possible without turning off the suggestions feature alltogether which would obviously hide suggestions based on history too.
Best posts made by Kadir
Latest posts made by Kadir
RE: How to turn off Firefox Android autocomplete ads?
RE: How do I factory reset this Chinese device?
you accidentially entered the wrong mode (Spreadtrum Factory Test Mode)
volume up is for recovery mode, volume down for download mode, do not press both
google translate for last two options
重启 - reboot
恢复出厂设置 - factory reset
Transfer recording from Virgin TIVO box to HUMAX Aura Android TV 4K Freeview Recorder
We are replacing virgin media with a basic Internet connection and a HUMAX Aura Android TV 4K Freeview Play Recorder. How we we transfer the recordings we have saved on our virgin box.
RE: Implement URL whitelisting in Android
If you really want to get all traffic of all apps and services you need a VPN solution with traffic interception similar the way Mitmproxy works on PC. As you have root you could https://android.stackexchange.com/a/232051/2241 (see second half of the linked answer) and then decrypt all outgoing TLS traffic, get the URL check if it white-listed and continue or abort the request. Unfortunately I don't know an app that works like Mitmproxy without saving all the data. Most apps that do traffic interception do this for capturing the data like https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=app.greyshirts.sslcapture or https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.egorovandreyrm.pcapremote . But the latter is partly open source so this could be a starting point, assuming you have the necessary development skills.
Even after installation of your root CA certificate some apps won't work anymore as they use certificate pinning. So you have to test if the apps you want to white-list URLs from are affected.
If you would be content with a filtering on domain level you could simply use an app like https://blokada.org/ . For domain filtering you don't need traffic interception, hence you could skip the custom root CA installation and so on.
RE: Where Android stores bluetooth pairings/settings
Amazing how we find the answer only AFTER we post the question:
Found this by digging the Bluetooth Pairings backups that Titanium does.
Edit.: Careful not to confuse with bt_config.xml
This second file (xml) is full of garbage, in my case
Problem with hotspot - WiFi connection on, but internet is down
I often connect my laptop (U20.04) via Android hotspot (Redmi Note 10 5G).
Systematically, after a while, internet connection on my laptop disappears. In particular, the indicator shows that there is still a wifi connection with my phone, but internet is not available.
- Turn off and turn on wifi on my laptop- After this, internet connection comes back
- Turn off and turn on the hotspot on my phone. After this, internet connection comes back
Anyway, in both case, after a while the internet connection disappears again.
I've tried my laptop with other networks (also with other hotspot), but the problem is not present.
Is there some way for fixing this? Is these some way for performing a diagnostic test?
Please ask if additional information are required.
Thanks in advance!
RE: Google Assistant app crashes the moment I open the app. Similarly, Google App Crashes when trying for a voice search
I have faced the same issue and fixed it too. In settings, search "default", and then select Google assistant as the default assistant app
RE: Trying to connect my lav microphone to my android, only recognized as headphones
What do you exactly mean when saying that your phone only recognizes your microphone as headphones? On my phone (Google Pixel 4a) with my headphones, I am able to select the headphones as microphone as follows:
- Plug in headphones
- Start Google Camera
- Switch to video
- Hit the settings gear icon on the top
- The last setting in the popup allows selecting the headphones as microphone, as seen on the picture.
Did you already try those steps? If yes, and it still didn't work, I don't think that there's anything that can be done.
What's turning on bluetooth every hour on my OnePlus 6?
I noticed something has been turning on bluetooth on my OnePlus 6 automatically. I googled online and learned to turn off Bluetooth scanning (for location-based features).
However, the problem persists. Something keeps turning on bluetooth every hour, at 37th minute, i.e.
I turned bluetooth off. Then at 2:38pm, I hear the sound that my phone connected to my bluetooth speaker.
I turned it off again. Then at 3:38pm, I hear the sound that my phone connected to my bluetooth speaker.
I turned it off. Same thing happened at 4:38pm.
What is doing this?
Galaxy Note 5 suddenly stopped booting up and in recovery mode has dm-verity and failed to mount errors?
All of sudden when I was trying to use my note 5 (unroot), I noticed that it was powered off and I couldn't power it on with power button. Can you please tell me if there is a way I can recover data on my phone without losing them? I also have Google Authenticator which is connected to many accounts online, If I lose data I will lose everything! Here is what I tried so far:
First thing I did was a soft reset ( power button + volume down) and the mobile turned on but unfortunately it kept looping on the Samsung logo screen. Then, I tried to go to recovery mode (power button + home button + volume up) and from there I tried "reboot system now", "wiping cache partition (which I hope it doesn't remove any data?)" and "Run graphics test: which failed with error no command and then wiping cached data" all of them without success. One thing I noticed in the bottom section of recovery mode there are these errors:
ODIN MODE DOWNLOAD SPEED: FAST PRODUCT NAME: SM-N920C CA_ TYPE: CA_2 CURRENT BINARY: Samsung Official SYSTEM STATUS: Official FRP LOCK: ON Secure Download : Enabled KNOX WARRANTY VOID: 0 (0x0000) RP SWREV: B:5 K:0 S:1
No Support SINGLE-SKU
Supported API: 3
E: failed to mount /system (Invalid argument)