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As the answer to Are Google Books DRM protected? explains, ACSM files are DRM-protected, so you can only read them in the Play Books app itself, not in another ebook app. Once you've "pinned" the book and it has downloaded, you can read it offline in the Play Books app.
Have a look at the Documentation (search for HTTP GET). Server:Port www.example.com:80 Path path/to/file.txt This is how you should format that request. The server is just the base of the url (www.example.com) and the Path is the path to the file in the respective server (path/to/file.txt).
I have had many similar problems with several apps. Sometimes, they say they are downloading but won't really download. Make sure that you've agreed to any permissions that the Kindle App asks for.
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 ...
The application downloading continuously again and again Is quite annoying and quite common whether you are using a Data plan(Mobile Data) or Wireless(Wi-Fi). I had faced the same problem when updating the TrueCaller app on my Android device(4.1.2).The app had installed almost 4-5 times and all the time it installed only 65-70% and also wasted a lot of ...
The fix is quite simple actually .You need to erase the downloadmanager's data. Goto the download manager in Settings->Apps and clear DownloadManager's app data.
Get the game directly from Gameloft (or if the free version is missing, get it from p2p). On Linux/Mac, use wget to resume your download. On Windows, use a freeware from snapfiles to resume your downloads. The problem then will be to transfer the game from your computer to the android device.
In Setting > App > Running app > Download manager, click the Clear cache button. The download process will stop.
I rooted my phone and loaded busybox with terminal and just on a whim, iftop was there. either iftop or tcpdump will tell you everything. tcpdump -i -w myDumpFile.pcap let it run and when you think it happened, stop tcpdump and bring the .pcap into wireshark. It will tell all.
I just figured it out, just go to the download manager from settings-apps and turn of notification and again turn on notification that's all, it work or me.
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