Computers are great place to backup messages ,open the USB debugger on your phone , and connect your LG to computer, don't forget to download a data transfer app on your computer , which can transfer messages to computer for you.
@aks The only thing I can probably say in this regards is to try and flash the stock (factory) software using OST. For it to work, you will need to unlock the bootloader. If that does not solve it, it would be a likely hardware issue with the modem.
Google will take some time to automatically enable the new design of Gmail for all of the users. Till then, you will need to manually change the setting to receive the new looks of Gmail. Here's how:
Open Gmail on your Desktop/Laptop.
Click on Settings (gear icon).
Choose Try the new Gmail.
The page will reload and take you to the new design of Gmail. Follow the welcome guide to learn all that's new in Gmail.
Hi, were you able to connect to your server earlier? It seems like there's is an issue on the server side. Ensure that you are using the correct values for server address and your server is set to accept incoming connections at the port you are trying to connect to.
Hi Bharath, it is sad that rediff is asking yu money for using your account which was offered free of cost to you. That's another story that unused accounts continue to use system resources without bringing in any sort of revenue. So, if it is as per their TOS, it is a fair decision. Now, coming to your questions:
There is no other way to activate your account. If the syste is asking you to make a payment, then you just have to do that before gaining access to your rediffmail account.
No, you will not get your old emails. This is already specificed in the screenshot which you have attached. See where it reads "data associated with your mailbox has been deleted".
Rediff must have warned you with several notification emails before finally deactivating your account and deleting all associated data. So, you won't get it back anymore.
Now, you should rethink if you really want to re-open your account. Making a payment of Rs. 49 + taxes will only make sense if you intend to use Rediffmail in the future.
The Android One smartphones use the messaging app developed by Google. So, certain features may not be as evolved as you find in 3rd party text/SMS applications or on phones sold by other OEMs. Let's see if I can help you here:
Enable SMS Delivery Reports:
I am using Google's Android Messaging app, which I believe is the one shipped with the Android One smartphones. If not, the setup might differ slightly:
Go to settings by tapping the 3 dots at the top right and choosing Settings.
Tap on advanced and enable the toggle next to "Get SMS delivery reports".
Now compose a new SMS and send it to one of your contacts. A toast notification should appear at the bottom of the screen when the text gets delivered to the recipient.
Manually check for delivery report
Simply open the contact's chat window and tap on the text message. Please note that you just need to make a single tap and not tap and hold. When you do this, the field should expand a bit and show you the delivery details.
Yes, Harinder it is all glass at the back. The Nokia 7 announced for China comes in 2 colors - black and white. The black color has a glossy black finish on the back glass. Whereas the white color comes with a matte finish of the color.
We might see other color variations of the Nokia 7 if it comes to other markets.
Hi Dixit, the back is certainly made out of glass. However, the phone does not come with the support for wireless charging. At least, the version announced for China does not come with it.
There are other smartphones too which come with all glass back and still don't have wireless charging embedded, so it is not that Nokia 7 is the only glass back smartphone without wireless charging.
That said, I am with you when it comes to using glass without making any good use of it. They could have gone with the same aluminum back as in other Nokia smartphones. That would make them more durable.
The Nokia 7 seems to resemble the leaked images of Nokia 9. So, it is possible that HMD Global wants to make its new phones look more like the upcoming flagship and hence went with using an all-glass back. It certainly looks beautiful, but durability is a big concern.
I am facing similar issue.. screen suddenly changes to black and white and when rebooted it turns to color. this generally happens when there is software/App update or install and uninstalls. Please suggest