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The .apk file can be named whatever you want. It doesn't have to be named even anything related to the application ID. In this case, what happened is that, when the file was downloaded, there was probably already a me.kuder.diskinfo.pro.apk in the download directory (or perhaps a temp directory), so the OS added "-1" to the filename. The contents, however, ...
I got this same error because my WiFi disconnects when my phone goes to "sleep" but when I brought the phone out of sleep mode and re-downloaded, everything was fine. Just don't let your phone go to sleep.
Root access (typically) requires several components that work in concert with one another. A somewhat simplified view of what you need is: A native su binary. This can be invoked from the command line or from applications. It is what actually performs the act of switching users, and grants a process root permission. A "gatekeeper" application, that ...
The simple answer is, if your OEM or carrier includes software that does it on the /system partition, there is nothing you can do without root. So, your options are * root * petition them to stop doing it * don't get phones from them No other way around it
The only way to be sure is using an firewall or manually read every permission for every app installed on your phone and use an permission revoker app both requires root. You will search for any app that have the permission "download files without notification" and either revoke that permission (it might cause some bugs) or either just block them out of the ...
Your OEM pre-installed the Software Update app with root access. Without root access, an app cannot start installing another app without the user's explicit permission.
Personally I would use the Google Photos app, but yes, you can re-download it. Here is a list of downloads for the S3 stock apps for Jellybean: http://www.the-area51.com/2013/01/samsung-galaxy-s3-jellybean-stock-apks.html Download the gallery apk file on your phone, and open it. A promt will open, click install. Once it's finished, you can delete the file ...
Setup a VPN! Having your phone rooted will let you install OpenVPN . You should setup a server (and connect it too to the VPN) and your phone will be your client. Then you'll have a server and a client in the same network so you can use adb commands! Push, pull, install...
I finally got an answer for this by contacting google, so here goes: On your old / current phone, open the Play store app Go to "My Apps" Select the "ALL" tab Scroll and click the gray "X" next to the app to prevent its install on the new phone This does not delete the apps from your Play account; you can install the apps at your convenience via the ...
Some phones and tablets do not have the multiple user feature, which means that this feature is disabled by manufacturer. The feature can be enabled by installing "Multi Users for Phone" module on Xposed Framework, which needs root. This works for Tablets too, and works for Android 4.4.2 KitKat (I am not sure if it works on other versions). Steps on how to ...
It is just lack of storage. the only thing that makes any sense to solve this error on the accepted answer is the clear cache step.
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