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Try wget http://www.blah.com/files.apk in the terminal emulator (if you're using CyanogenMod, then you probably have BusyBox, which includes wget), you might need root to write to the internal memory, so if you don't have write permission in the current directory, then you might need to type su first.


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You might need to clear the cache of the Download Manager. Go into: Settings -> Apps -> All (tab) -> Download Manager Here tap Clear cache and for good measure Clear data


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Titanium Media Sync offers continuous sync from SD Card to DropBox, but not the other way... the way I do it is setup rsync jobs with tasker and rsyncbackup... (requires your DropBox to be automatically kept in sync on a desktop pc somewhere, running an ssh server). The following should get you up and running: Step 1: DropBox remote. First, setup DropBox ...


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If you want to add a shortcut on your home screen to your Downloads folder or any other folder for that matter get ASTRO File Manager (free). The app is pretty useful on it's own, but it also adds the option to create a shortcut directly to any folder on the homescreen. To do this, simply long click on the homescreen, choose "Shortcuts", then choose ...


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Clearing downloads will only clear it from the list of downloads. To delete files that have been cleared from the list, you would need to do so directly from the SD card's download folder, either with your computer or using a file manager like Astro.


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Yes. Open up the "Market" app, open the menu, and choose "Downloads".


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The Android browser by default can only download files that the Android system "recognizes" (i.e., there has to be a program registered to handle that file type). It's a stupid restriction in my opinion, but you can install Download Crutch to overcome this limitation (it registers itself for every filetype). If you're referring to images that link to ...


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Personally I usually just click the link of the file and it downloads. As for the image: try long pressing but instead of choosing "Save As" look for "Copy link URL" or "Open in New Window" or something similar to those two menu options. "Copy link URL" should copy the URL of the file to your clipboard, then you can paste that link in the address bar and ...


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Download a downloader (download manager) app like aDownloder. Long press on the Video URL in browser and select "Share" from the context menu. Then select share with aDownloader (or any other downloader app that you install). This should start downloading using the download manager app. This may not always work as some sites don't let you download videos. ...


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Saw this on another site: Ryan answered 4 weeks ago I was having the same issue after I updated my Galaxy S3 to Android 4.3. I think I just fixed it. Here's what I did: From the home screen, click the Apps icon Open the "Downloads" app In my case the files that kept showing up in the notification pull down were in the Other Downloads tab Click the ...


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An Edge connection by itself is so slow compared to the normal torrent download speeds that it makes no sense to optimize the downloads. The ping times on the connection are so high that constant peer switching will slow the download if you attempt to download from several peers simultaneously. Your best bet would be to try to find a couple of good peers to ...


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Usually your apps are downloaded using your browser. For accessing them you open your browser, press menu > more > downloads.


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Another app is now available to be a more complete solution: Titanium Media Sync The reliable and battery-friendly way of syncing your files to/from the cloud ! This unique app allows you to sync a set of folders from your Android device to the cloud and back. It currently supports the free Dropbox storage service. The official Dropbox app is not ...


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Yes. You can take either of the following two approaches: Use tubemate. With this app you can browse YouTube and download the video just like you would download from websites like keepvid.com. The latest version of YouTube allows the videos that you opened or YouTube thinks you'll watch or have added to watch later queue to be downloaded in background so ...


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It depends on game. Some games allow you to download the data off phone and extract it to your SD card at the said location of the game instruction. I remember doing so for few games myself. If the game instruction doesn't have anything like that then you've to manually find out what file it downloads from where and put it in relevant place in SD card.


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If you root your tablet, there are reverse tethering apps that will allow you to use your PC's net connection via USB. One of the apps in the Play store is free, and another offers a free trial, so you may give them a try. It appears this working is hit or miss, but since this is a Nexus device you may be in luck (being vanilla Android, not some carrier or ...


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Unknown Sources simply means applications that are not downloaded from the Google Play Store. Even if you put your applications on Amazon App Store or other alternative stores, your users will have to enable Unknown Sources. You can't change this behaviour, except maybe by modifying Android's sources, but I'm sure you don't want to.


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The app downloads the videos to /data/data/org.coursera.android/files/courkitDownloadedVideos/ instead of the standard user space of /sdcard/Android/data/* and even worse yet, the files are named file2.mp4 file3.mp4 etc. making it difficult to figure out which file is which course. I personally find this very frustrating as I would love to stream the videos ...


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You can copy the videos from this app's location in /data/data/org.coursera.android/files/courkitDownloadedVideos/ if your device is rooted. On an un-rooted device, you can use adb backup function to backup the app and its data to a file on your computer, and then extract its contents: Install and Android SDK and USB drivers for your device. In Windows ...


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Download Crutch registers itself as a handler for all files, letting you download all of them. Download it on a PC and save to your SD card, then install from your phone. Third-party sources must be enabled in Settings -> Applications.


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The cause of these problems is a bug in Google Framework Services, at least in 2.1 and 2.2. I have been able to fix it temporarily by clearing the cache for all Google apps -- GFS, Talk, Voice, GMail, Market, etc. -- but I do not believe there is a permanent fix. Perhaps in 2.3, I don't have it on my phone yet.


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DropSpace looks like it might do what you need. It allows you to define folders that automatically sync, removing the necessity of initiating a download. Here's a review: http://downloadsquad.switched.com/2011/03/04/dropspace-adds-real-dropbox-sync-to-android/


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Try clearing the data for the Market app: Go to Settings -> Applications -> Manage applications -> All and find the Market app If it's running, kill it with the button there Clear the data (this will clear the cache as well, no need to do both manually) Restart your phone Then try the Market again. Edit: Since that didn't work, I would try ...


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You cannot download apps from the Market without an account associated with your device. The only way to get apps without the Market (or an alternative market) is to get it directly from the developer and "side-load" it.


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I am not sure why this happened... I suspect it was due to my open issue with the Android Market team... however I suddenly got an email that my order for this app had been canceled: Hello JOSHUA, Your order has been canceled and you have not been charged. Reason: Other (describe below) Comments: We could not complete your order in a ...


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You can download the documentation of Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0) by the SDK Manager. SDK manager-->Android 4.0.3 (API15)-->Documentation for Android SDK It will download all the documentation in <android-sdk>\docs of your PC.


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Usually if you long press on the downloading item in download manager there's an option to delete it, thus stopping the download. If this doesn't work you can clear the Download Manager's data. Settings -> Apps -> All Tab -> Download Manager Here press force stop, than clear data. Now reboot.


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on android you have to add this feature via an addon. after installing the Save link option will appear as on a desktop Firefox. https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/android/addon/save-link-menus/?src=search


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I think this might simply be something of a misunderstanding regarding how "download mode" works exactly. When you reboot into download mode, your phone doesn't automatically reflash itself. It's not capable of doing that, and in general this is a rare feature (Nook tablets can do this, notably, though not with "download mode"). Instead, it's simply ...


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As an end user there is no way to know the exact number of downloads but if you can see a range if you scroll down the app page and look at the Installs section within Additional Information.



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