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This is something you should ask the IT support people at your university about. Most mysterious problems like this are caused by security settings on the Wi-Fi network itself. Probably it is MAC-filtered, so only devices that have been registered with the network administrators are able to connect. You might have forgotten registering your previous phone if ...


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Since you have Jelly Bean; how about a lock-screen widget? They're very useful and there are tons of them. Note by default Lock Screen Widgets are disabled, go to the Settings app on your device, select Security and look for the "Enable Widgets" option You could use Google Keep as an example: I use Dash Clock widget on my lock screen and homescreen! ...


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It is possible that your device doesn't support the encryption and authentication methods that eduroam uses. While normal WPA2 encrypted WiFis use TKIP encryption, eduroam uses AES. In addition to this, the device must support Enterprise authentication (sometimes called 802.1X), and a compatible EAP method (EAP TTLS-PAP, PEAP, EAP TLS EAP FAST). Which of ...


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It may be a firmware upgrade(firware over the air fota). There is a fota app. Go to apps in Settings. Click on clear data for fota app. Check for update again.


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How to find out what's going on As this problem can have many causes, it's important to first figure out the real culprit. Without knowing that, attempted solutions are nothing but guesswork, and the process nothing but try-and-err. So here are a few steps: Is it a hardware error on the card? Put the card in a different device. It the same problems occur ...


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No, it's entirely possible to buy from the Play Store several times a day. If this weren't the case, the microtransaction-based games industry would be in huge trouble! Likely your first transaction tripped an intrusion detection algorithm at the bank. Card-not-present (CNP) transactions get scrutinised more closely, and online purchases of digital goods ...


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Check whether the hardware supports OTG functionality. If hardware supports, check for any custom ROM (such as CyanogenMod) is released for your device. Follow their procedure to flash the custom ROM.


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By default your contacts are sync'd to Google. You should be able to find your contacts by logging into Google and looking at contacts under gmail. Also when you get your replacement Android, just setting up the same account that you did for your broken android will bring all your contact to the new android. Of course if you, for some reason, disabled the ...


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Found this on YouTube: Go to Settings -> Security -> Phone Administrators, then un-check this app and proceed to uninstall it by the usual means.



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