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Apps often include settings that allow users to modify app features and behaviors. For example, some apps allow users to specify whether notifications are enabled or specify how often the application syncs data with the cloud.

If you want to provide settings for your app, you should use Android's Preference APIs to build an interface that's consistent with the user experience in other Android apps (including the system settings). This document describes how to build your app settings using Preference APIs.

Instead of using View objects to build the user interface, settings are built using various subclasses of the Preference class that you declare in an XML file.

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(PS: install the tool for the first time, system will note you that get a new hardware, pls from “Save the upgrade tool path” to find the file “Flashing Tool”)

2. Choose file:click “File”(as picture 2) , click “Open Download Agent File” , choose “MTK_AllInOne_DA.bin” (as picture 3), Click “Open” .

3. Choose file:click “Scatter File”(as picture 4), Find “Date number_ulefone Power” Files, choose”MT67xx_Android_scatter.txt”.

Apps often include settings that allow users to modify app features and behaviors. For example, some apps allow users to specify whether notifications are enabled or specify how often the application syncs data with the cloud.

If you want to provide settings for your app, you should use Android's Preference APIs to build an interface that's consistent with the user experience in other Android apps (including the system settings). This document describes how to build your app settings using Preference APIs.

Instead of using View objects to build the user interface, settings are built using various subclasses of the Preference class that you declare in an XML file.

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