google play store – Uninstall system apps on rooted android 10

I’ve been trying to remove the chrome, youtube and playstore applications from my android device, however, I’ve run into some issues. I’ve tried rooting my device, but the systems folder is hard-coded as read-only on android 10, so I’ve not been able to permanently change build.prop or directly uninstall any of these apps. My current workaround has been to remove these apps from my user profile and disable the multiuser feature using the ADB tool. However, when I restart my device, the feature reenables itself. Does anyone know of a better way to approach this problem?

Edit: I’ve rooted my phone using magisk. Apps like titanium backup have not been able to uninstall these apps.

This is the code that I’ve used to disable the multisuser feature:
setprop fw.show_multiuserui 0
setprop fw.max_users 1

Restrict app’s background battery usage using terminal (root granted)

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Is it possible to change this setting using termux?
Answer to this question might help fix a feature of an open-source app here;

sharepoint online – Power Apps custom form question on formatting

I’ve designed a custom input form for a Sharepoint list in Power Apps, and I had two questions on formatting:

  1. My formatting in preview mode looks fine, however once published in the Sharepoint list itself the field heights, text positioning, etc. is changed. Any idea how I can ensure that the formatting of the form remains consistent from Power Apps to Sharepoint? For reference, the formatting is shown below.

  2. Upon opening the form in Sharepoint, certain fields (see Issue Type, Priority, Status in the images below) in the form are highlighted/selected without any action on my end – any thoughts on how to remove this?

Custom form in Power Apps previewer:

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Custom form in Sharepoint:

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Thanks in advance!

How to design multi-level navigation menus for web and apps

We’re creating some applications that need a multi-level menu navigation. This navigation menu should be presented in these environments:

  1. Web (large browsers)
  2. Web (responsive for devices)
  3. Android app
  4. iOS app
  5. Possibly Windows Phone

We’re stuck at deciding how to represent this navigation model across devices and platforms. Is there any best practice?

Update: One solution is:

Create a waterfall-like drop-down menus for web portals
Create a breadcrumb-like navigation for devices
Create a nested-accordion Android navigation drawer
For iOS, we’re truly stuck.

applications – View app’s full package name?

If you’re comfortable using the command line, a solution I like is Android’s pm command. It can easily be called using adb like so:

$ adb shell "pm list packages -f test"

Replace test with whatever package you’re looking for.

pm has a variety of options that may be useful depending what you want to do:

usage: pm list packages [-f] [-d] [-e] [-s] [-3] [-i] [-u] [FILTER]
pm list packages: prints all packages, optionally only
  those whose package name contains the text in FILTER.  Options:
    -f: see their associated file.
    -d: filter to only show disbled packages.
    -e: filter to only show enabled packages.
    -s: filter to only show system packages.
    -3: filter to only show third party packages.
    -i: see the installer for the packages.
    -u: also include uninstalled packages.

How to Record or Download Videos from paid Restricted android apps ?

hi , is there anyone who help me to guide How to Record or Download Videos from paid Restricted android apps ?

url – How to intercept application specific MIME types used by 3rd party (Windows) browser/plugins apps?

I’m trying to intercept and decipher scripted code that is sent to a previously installed Windows application, after a user have clicked on a particular URL in their web browser which is somehow returning a MIME response that is intercepted by the Win app and processed as a script/program.

The particular example of concern, is how the (Windows) trading application Think-or-Swim (aka. TOS) is downloading and running user scripts from either a custom URL handler of the form: tossc:XXXX or using a standard URL like which then sends one of the MIME types:


I have posted a similar question on SO here but I don’t think that forum is appropriate for this question and hope someone here would a have some more technical know-how of how to do this and also explain what’s going on. As you can tell I am probably not even using the correct language for asking the question in a clear manner. So feel free to correct me or this post.

Q: How can I intercept and inspect code that is loaded in this way?

(Hoping to also learn what is going on and how this is done, or an be done, by e.g. python?)

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art – able to use the user-installed app even if we remove the app’s odex file

I want to get the answers for the following queries:

If I remove the app’s odex file from the data/app/packagename/oat/arm64/base.odex , then does it mean that the app will run in the same way as it would have run in the Dalvik Virtual Machine (DVM) environment?

Is Android Runtime DVM compatible? The reasons for asking this is I removed the app’s odex file as described above and still I am able to run the app?

Thanks a lot for your response.

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