[ How to ?? ] Root the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Exynos Variant

We’re starting to see more and more people getting their hands on the new Samsung Galaxy Note 8, so for those of you looking for some help in rooting your device, XDA Recognized Developer dr.ketan has made a simple step-by-step guide for you. This guide will walk you through how to gain root access to the device using SuperSU. The developer also promises to provide an EFS backup tool so you can save the important data in this partition.
Once your device is rooted, you open up the device to some interesting modifications such as flashing the popular audio mod called Viper4Android. Of course, there are already a ton of things you can do without root on Samsung devices such as blocking ads and disabling bloatware, but having root access is an added benefit nonetheless.
Check out this guide in Galaxy Note 8 forum




[ How to ?? ] How to get a refund from Google Play Store apps

How to return paid apps and games

Google’s Android App return policy is simple: if you buy an Android app or game and you aren’t happy with it for any reason, you can return it within two hours for a full refund. After that two hour interval is up, though, it’s up to the app developer to decide whether or not you should get your money back.
To claim a refund:
  • Open the Google Play Store app
  • Tap on the Menu icon and choose My Account
  • Select the app or game you want to return
  • Tap on Refund
  • Follow the on-screen instructions to get your money back and uninstall the app or game.
If the two hour period has already passed you won’t see a refund button; instead it will say Uninstall instead. That means you’ll have to contact the app or game developer.

How to contact an app or game developer for a refund

On your mobile device:
  • Open the Google Play Store app
  • Search for the app whose developer you want to contact
  • Tap on the app
  • Tap on Read More
  • Get the contact information and contact the developer.

How to get a refund on an in-app purchase

In a short answer you can’t, or at least you can’t from Google: there’s no two-hour trial period and it’s up to the developer to decide whether you should get a refund. Google does say that you can contact its support team if you’re having trouble with an in-app purchase, but it doesn’t make any promises of help.

How to get a refund on an ebook

Google Play generally gives you a 7-day return period on books (30 days on educational titles through Google Play for Education) but there are some exceptions, such as books that were only available for a very short period of time. To make a refund request, you need to contact Google Play Customer Support.

How to get a refund on a Google Play movie purchase

If the video clip is defective, you can get a refund at any time - but if you’ve simply decided that some movie isn’t really the movie for you, you’ve got 7 days (10 business days in Italy, and 14 days in Denmark, Finland, Germany, Norway, Portugal and Sweden). That period only applies if you haven’t started watching the movie: if you get three minutes in and think “this is rubbish!” that’s your tough luck. The same rules apply to TV programmes in the Google Play Store.

How to get a refund on a Google Play Music purchase

Once again, Google will happily refund your purchase if you haven’t streamed or downloaded it; as soon as you do either of those things Google will only consider a refund if the track is technically, not artistically, inadequate. You’ve got 7 days to request a refund, or 14 if you live in the European Union. To request a refund:
  • Using a web browser, go into your Play Store account
  • Look for Order History and find the item you want to request a refund for
  • Click on the menu icon
  • Select Report A Problem
  • Select I’d Like To Request a Refund
If you don’t have access to a computer, you can contact the support team instead.
Have you tried to get a refund and been refused? What did you do? Let us know in the comments!



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