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34 I noticed a large number of Android users wanted to STOP/DISABLE the media scan at every boot, but still retain the ability to Scan Media Files on demand. My app allows just that. The app works by killing/disabling/stopping the media s...
3 YES I HAVE DONE IT. I CAME, I SAW, I HIT HIM RIGHT THERE IN THE JAW!!!! *WOOT WOOT* Uninstall the older Rescan Media Search for Aditya in the market. Then Rescan Media ROOT. I require ROOT privileges to restart services and processes.:confused:...
2 For now you will have to keep usb debugging on our else it won't work. Nothing ever bad will come of leaving it on. I suppose most of those that have rooted will have left usb debugging on. I put usb debugging on all the time coz I need to debug...
2 If you want a media scanner, search the market for Aditya I have made a media refresh app. It's called Rescan Media http://www.androlib.com/android.application.com-addz-mediascanner-jtDAw.aspx...
1 If you are referring to the nandroid backups then i believe so. http://tinyurl.com/25fjyww sorry couldn't resist