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The simple way to cancel a download in Android Lollipop is to disconnect from any internet connection, ie turn off WiFi or mobile data. Another method would be to enable airplane mode; either methods would cause the files to timeout. Then you could delete the partially downloaded file.. Rudy


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I started getting that warning "Currently unable to continue download, please try again later" as soon as I changed to Jellybean 5.0.2. Aside from the ugly new display/format of everything that warning was the most annoying thing and I was ready to throw my phone (An LG G2) which I had previously loved. I saw on a different thread someone mentioned doing ...


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It sounds like your problem may not be with the browsers, but that Android doesn't have any app willing to support the specific download. You could try downloading an app which has an option to support all downloads, such as ES File Explorer. It should then offer to open the GPX file when you click on it to download.


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Try another proxy server. I prefer to use free proxy list suggested by http://fineproxy.org/eng/ . And everything is functioning well in all cases. Btw, I`ve downloaded Whatsapp using these proxies.


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You could just use PushBullet. If you configure it so your desktop PushBullet client automatically opens all links you send to it, and you send the specific download URL, it should begin downloading it automatically, assuming you have your browser set to download to a specific location every time.


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This is a correction for Akhil's answer. I have tried this on Android Lollipop and it works : Settings > Apps > All > Download Manager (NOT Downloads) > Clear Data and Clear Cache.


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Custom ROMs like "Liquid Smooth" allow pausing and resuming explicitly. I have tried it personally, I had Nexus 4. Google Play downloads are managed by media download manager, so they've added pause/resume functionality to that.


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Because you have enabled the Restrict Background Data Under Settings>Data Usage>[menu]>Restrict back. Data Uncheck that option


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The free version of the BitTorrent app has limited bandwidth. Per the description on the Pro (paid) version: ✔ No speed limits and no size limits


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As suggested in the Android Central forum post follow the workaround to solve the issue, Temporary Workaround: Goto Settings-> Storage -> Unmount SD Card. Now install the app from the Playstore. Settings -> Storage -> Mount SD Card and start using the app. The above steps solved the issue for many while this is not an actual fix it should ...



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