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Follow the below procedure: Download the ROM Download GApps package for Lollipop Download SuperSU Put the zip files on your SDCard Reboot in Recovery Wipe Data / Factory Reset Select "Install zip from SDCard" Choose ROM zip file Choose GApps zip file Choose SuperSU zip file Reboot system You need customized google apps package. Courtesy: ...


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A1: I'm pretty positive that they are on the /system partition because you can't delete them, if you could, that would mean they are in /data partition or whatever it is called where the userspace is. A2: I think they install updates in userspace, not in /system. The reason for believeing so is that after you update a system app, and you go in Settings -> ...


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You should ocassionally go to Settings -> Storage -> Cached Data and clear it, because over time it could use up more than a GB of storage. Of course, no need to do it to often as Android uses it to find data faster, only when it gets to big.


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check date/time If they are "too far off", it might cause problems with certificates – which then either appear "not yet valid" (with your date too far in the past), or "no longer valid" (with your date too far in the future). Most Google components such as Playstore, Gmail, Sync, use secure communications, and thus rely on certificates. check the ...


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Of course you can install all your applications via their .apk package, downloadable from the internet (you'll also find several alternative markets like aptoide and F-Droid). As of play store: the website only tells the android app to install a certain app, so if you don't have it installed, you won't go any further. install play store via it's .apk ...


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check to make sure that the versionCode of your new version is not lower then the one you have installed already. For me this was what was causing the "Installation error code: -25" error on samsung galaxy S3.


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Try the following... <<1>> Go to Settings > Apps > slide to "All" apps. From the list of apps find Google Play Store > Clear Data and Clear Cache. From the list of apps find Google Services Framework > Clear Cache. Now, try to install or update app from Google Play Store. If it still didn’t work try uninstalling Google Play Store updates. If the ...



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