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Figured it out. I installed xposed framework, got xposed additions from play store, and changed it.
I also faced that problem. After changing the motherboard it rectified. Since it was done during warranty period, I did it free of cost. Many peoples suffer this problem and it is clear that it is manufacturing defect.
Yup, there are plenty of ROMS out there for Samsung Galaxy Y, as per your requirement, the most recent cyangogen mod is CM11 (kitkat, better than jellybean) for it. The complete installation instructions and step by step tutorial can be found here.
If you want to have any cellular functions apart from placing emergency calls, you have to have an actual cellular plan through a carrier. Picture it this way: If you buy a land line phone for your house, take it out of the box, program speed dials, and set it on your table without plugging it into a phone line, you won't be able to receive any phone ...
As your device is rooted I assume you can download nexus root toolkit to pull and push files, it automatically handles both, bootloader booting and fastboot, through adb, if however you didn't have usb debugging enabled I cant help you.
No, Official or custom firmware are only to be used with the device specified in its name Using a different phone model may result in your hard bricking your phone Is there a reason why you want to use a different phone model firmware over your own?
If you have a routed phone/android, log into the system as root and use the program manager "PM" to systematically remove each app/gapp you don't want. If that breaks a feature you need, use pm to put it back and move on to other "bloatware" you want to remove. To use the shell install the Android SDK package. I would suggest that you backup a package ...
You might wish to check with Are there any solutions other than flashing Gapps, to have Google accounts on CyanogenMod? – where I named an alternative: On XDA, you can find the NOGAPPS project, which basically is an OpenSource replacement of most Google apps (including Playstore), often mapping to free alternatives (e.g. OpenStreetMap for maps). The ...
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