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Removed it! Saved around 30 mb internal memory which matters a lot because my 5 year old device just has 100 mb of it. There are no issues whatsoever, Gmail sync works & I can even update the only I app use i.e. Whatsapp. Already did once, no problems.
Sounds like you need to update your Google Play Account and remove the old credit card. From your phone hit Google Play store app, go to your account, go add a payment method, or edit an existing one. Once there delete the old card and add the new one.
as you quoted: I don't want to wipe all of my data(very important to me!) So, A way to do this would be backup editing. You will need the following: A PC Your phone, rooted, with cable adb installed (intall from here) a copy of the stock ROM from online(you made need a MD5 dismantle method, look at this link here Assuming you are not rooted, do ...
200 apps on Gingerbread :O, time to upgrade now. Even on my OnePlus One with 3gigs RAM and 64gigs Internal Storage, I merely have 20-30 downloaded apps with 2-3 in start-up. But anyhow, follow this: Format and install some custom ROM like Cyanogenmod Keep only required apps. Remove apps from start-up. Use AIO Toolbox from Play Store. Use AIO Toolbox on ...
I have uninstalled google play services from my Galaxy Ace running Gingerbread, due to running out of internal memory space, and it does not appear to have made any difference to the operation of the phone. I can still install apps, access Gmail, etc. I don't sync any data from the phone, other than Gmail. Phone runs much better now, much more internal ...
If you have an SD card slot . Shove a 2gb+ card in there and point it to download to the SD card. You can use chrome or some other browser that will let you change download location for every download. Only if this does not work - you can try increasing the space in /system /System and /mnt/sdcard1 these are different partitions.Try clearing the /system ...
Currently the most trustable source for older APK versions is APK Mirror. For Dropbox specifically you can find older 2.x versions here: http://www.apkmirror.com/uploads/?app=dropbox
Note: Keep in mind, Samsung Galaxy S2 has infamous Superbrick bug. Every flash can result in permanent brick (only board changing or maybe JTAG unit can recover device). You can learn more about it here. Note2 : Last resort to enter Download mode is to get USB JIG. There is plenty of this on Internet and it's very cheap. Also there is tutorials on Internet ...
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