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To access files from your phone on your computer, you need to have it hosted as a media device. Often these are found in your settings (in my case, when I plug the USB cable my phone asks me whether to charge phone only, or host as media device.) These are most likely found in your settings if it does not ask. Once you get that far, you need the drivers for ...
I had a customer with the issue. He had disabled all google applications to save memory causing it to google play not to work.. Hope this helps
go to : /etc/ //need root access.of course you know this. then, 2 ways for fix this availabe : 1.Rename this file " Hosts " to " # ". need change Mount R/W to Mount R/O for edit Permission. 2.Block or Delete Block Url/Ip's in the Hosts File Other Links : How to edit etc/hosts file Cannot connect to gmail account/market Can't add gmail, "Can't ...
after much frustration with this problem I have found a solution turn off wifi on your Tablet turn off your tablet turn your tablet back on turn on wifi your tablet should now connect :)
Ok then, let me begin by answering in order This is possible if the previous owner flashed their own hybrid modem onto their phone, which allows phones that are physically able to use a certain band (1700/2100) in your case, but the company does not allow it on their stock modem (for many different reasons). The hybrid modem basically overwrites the old ...
Try this, (your mobile should be rooted first) Install Root Explorer Open it and grant SU permission to the app Click folder /system Click folder /etc You will be able to see a file named hosts (no extension). Delete the file. Don't worry, it won't affect your ROM as well as your device. Reboot the device. Now, try to login to Gmail again on your device. ...
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