Why is there a "program" on a PC and an "application" on a smartphone?
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♪ ♫ What are the applications for notes (notepad) running on Android and PC on Windows with synchronization with a free account?
What are the applications for notes (records) that work on Android and PCs on Windows with synchronization with a standard (free) account, i.e. not a premium account? The application is needed specifically for voluminous recordings (writing poetry, novels, etc.), i.e. applications: diaries, cale...
Hello. It took me to reinstall one app on my smartphone running Android 8.0.0. For this purpose, as usual, I deleted the application from my smartphone and then re-downloaded it to my smartphone from the play market. When, after downloading, I went into the application, I found that I was alread...
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Okay, I'll explain. I mean microlags, friezes, etc. , if you switched from iOS then you should understand what I'm talking about. And yes, with root and other custom slag, there are still microlags. There is no such thing on iOS! And yes, you probably thought that I was some kind of housekeepe...
The Google Play Market does not work on the Huawei P20 lite smartphone, it says that there is no Internet access, but other Google applications work.
Is this a consequence of the US (Google) and China (Huawei) trade war? The media say that current models do not come under attack ...
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Coding a whole web app ONLY using my Phone.
Why isn't there a single application on Android that allows you to edit optical disc ISO images (like UltraISO)?
The lack of Android applications that allow you to edit ISO images of optical discs directly on your smartphone creates inconveniences for those who run older versions of Windows (95, 98, ME, NT 4.0, 2000, XP, and so on) on Android smartphones via x86 emulators (such as Bochs, QEMU and Limbo).