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I am an authorized dealer for metro PCS and we have to warranty out the device as this Is a hardware error from the manufacturer. It happens every now and then. So take your device(s) to your local dealer and warranty your phone. No matter of rooting will help this as it is a hardware defect.


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No... It is a safeguard in newer Android versions. Even if you have the correct unlock token, you must have the option turned on in Developer Options before attempting to unlock the bootloader or it will not be allowed. This is a nearly foolproof system, there is no know software based way around it.


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A11_UL is the product number for a specific hardware variant of the Desire 510. Other examples include HIMA_UL for the m9, M7_UL for the m7, M7C_DWG for the China version, etc. K443 is the version of software (in this case KitKat, Android version 4.4.3). Other codes you'll see here are L50 (Lollipop 5.0), JB (Jellybean), etc. SENSE60 means it has v6.0 of ...


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Removing the browser entry from the recent apps menu will kill the browser in the sense you mean, but it won't stop any ongoing downloads. For that, hold down the download notification until it shows a small menu with "App info" on it, tap that entry, and press "Force Stop" on the screen that comes up. If the app responsible for the download is the native ...


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Your phone's headphone jack is failing. When you buy new phones, the plug is a nominal dimension (3.5 mm is the standard, but the specification is surely much more precise than that). After inserting and removing the plug a few hundred times, the tip and rings wear, reducing their size a tiny bit. The same wear occurs on the spring-loaded contacts inside ...



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