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Overview One user reported a method to do this on the CyanogenMod forums back in January, but it isn't exactly detailed: forum.cyanogenmod.org/topic/103817-notes-on-how-i-got-cm-working-on-picassowifi/ Similarly, my path has three main steps, with varying levels of detail: Install a custom recovery. I used TWRP. Wipe the device. Install CyanogenMod. ...
What solved my problem was: I realized, that the OwnCloud synchronization client is on version 1.7.2 on the webpage, while my F-Droid tries to download version 1.5.8 on the F-Droid webpage there is no version 1.5.8 for the OwnCloud client (which may have resulted in the "File not found" exception) I forced my package sources/repository to reload ...
Had this problem while upgrading from CM11 to CM12.1 doing a dirty upgrade. Tried several version of Gapps, all crashed. Finally, problem was solved by upgrading TWRP to the latest version and then upgrading.
15 seconds minimal ADB, fastboot and drivers installer. No need to navigate to the installation folder in CMD. It can be installed system-wide. No need to check for manufacturer specific drivers. Everything included in 9MB.
Ok I got the answer. Looks like any screen color filter apps mess up this thing. Use CF.Luman to use installation feature or if you want to use the current application, disable that app for a minute to install apk to your device. For complete info look at this thread: Why can't I press the Install button when installing applications from unknown ...
Yes, you can use a custom ROM on your Android device. You also need a custom kernel, that supports multiboot/multi-OS and you need a special Ubuntu build with ARM and hardware support. It may be hard to find but I don't think it's impossible. reference site: Asus Zenfone Blog
this means that recovery doesn't recognize the google drive apk inside the update package. most ROMs don't come with google drive pre-installed, so i assume you're trying to use a factory image, which needs to be decompressed and flashed via fastboot. factory images cannot be installed via recovery. first, you'll need the android SDK. here is a link to get ...
There are a few things which don't sound quite right. 4GB RAM - The Oppo R5 has 2GB RAM build in. "eight core MT6592" - R5 uses an Snapdragon SOC. MT6592 is an Mediatek SOC. The Android version. It doesn't matter which version is shown in the system information. It's a simple edit in /system/build.prop. Everyone can write whatever they want. With these ...
Download System Apps Installer APK file and install it in your phone Download recent version of Google Play Services app's APK Install it as a system app by using System Apps Installer Note: Incorrect use of System Apps Installer will harm your phone
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