First of all the Galaxy watch 4 won't reconnect, believe me I tried everything. You need to factory reset the watch.I apologize ahead of time, I'm betting this has been answered, but I just can't go through 177 pages. So, I did the Google apps thing - cleared data and cache, uninstalled updates, reboot, etc. - and now my galaxy watch 4 will not connect to the galaxy wearable app, gpay gives me an unable to load error when I select contactless payments, and the old google pay app just says it's updating and I won't be able to access it. I've cleared data and cache for the pay apps, even reinstalled, then tried a clear cache and data for play services and the play store, still won't work.
Can someone help?!
Please and thanks!
Uninstall google pay/Gpay app.
What else is removing my account from the phone going to do?
Transferring apps from one phone to another isn't a great idea. I would just install them one by oneWhat is the reason to not use Smart Switch like does it bring over extra junk/cache that will muck up your new phone? I went from the S10+ to the S22U and I had to use it because I couldnt figure out another way for all my apps to automatically transfer over, is there another way? It didnt seem like Google Play would just auto download and install them if I didnt use Smart Switch.
So, I did this and it worked! Thanks!
Did you find a solution for motion photo?
ExactlyThank you for the information, I understand that I am starting with installing android platform tools, then I only enter in cmd: adb - information will be displayed, in the next line I still enter in cmd: adb devices?
And then I can enter various commands, including adb shell settings put global ram_expand_size_list 0,1,2,4,6,8,12,16 ??
I understand it well?
I did however, follow all the ADB commands that are suggested in OP. I'm running on FHD+, Adaptive Motion Smoothness (via Galaxy Max Hz app), Processing speed set to Optimized. Enabled CPU Responsiveness, enabled performance limit. I know it sounds crazy, but I get the best of both worlds with the performance limit ON and CPU Responsiveness ON, the phone is insanely fast and battery is great. I tried different combinations and this has been my best result in terms of battery life and I'm still at 42%. My benchmarks are still 1200, 3400.
1- I have been uninstalling apps over adb for a long time now, and from a functionality standpoint, they don't interfere with the user experience, but on the contrary, uninstalling them improves the experience.Some of those apks on the block list just sit there and do nothing unless needed.
You need to know what you're blocking and if it really needs/should to blocked.
Dependencies, dependencies, dependencies, the app names and functions can be deceiving.
Samsung's have so many features you may never realize what you lost and for little or no gain.
The Google system and user apps are some of the worst offenders.