how to enable unknown sources in a Philips TV (android)
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|1. Download [terminal emulator] from playstore.|
|2. Open [terminal emulator] and execute the following: `am start --user 0 -n com.android.settings/.SecuritySettings`. This will launch the Security Settings which Philips has hidden.|
|3. Scroll down and: Enable unknown sources.|
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|[terminal emulator]: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=jackpal.androidterm|
Nov 22, 2015
I get error type 3...
Dec 8, 2015
I get error type 3 too!
Anyone solved this yet?
Jul 18, 2016
Did you miss the dot before
Jun 19, 2017
Can I do some harm on my TV by entering that command in Terminal Emulator?
Aug 26, 2017
am start --user 0 com.android.settings/ .SecuritySettings
mind the caps
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am start --user 0 -n com.android.settings/.SecuritySettings. This will launch the Security Settings which Philips has hidden.