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You CAN'T just change the model number/name. What you have to change is the DPI setting of your phone for this specific app. For that, follow up this explanation to do so with XPosed: http://highonandroid.com/android-apps/how-to-run-apps-in-phone-or-tablet-mode-on-any-rooted-android-smartphonetablet/


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There are two ways that I know of. The android package manager won't allow you to install a lower version of the same package. Solution 1: Root your device, install lucky patcher, open toolbox, choose "patch to android", and install the patch that allows the package manager install older versions of the same app Solution 2: Using the app ApkEditor, clone ...


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The app's file has been modified in some way, changed or removed. Look up your build number in settings and search for it on Google. Hopefully you'll find a zip with .img files in it. If you've got the correct img files, reflash system.img and you're able to flash the ota.


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Yes it is totally possible to download apps from the Google Play Store using your PC connection .... as stated above you just need to attach your device with the PC using USB, sign into Google Play Store with your Gmail account and select the app from the Play Store and click on Install .... it will ask for permission to install and then will download and ...


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Download FX File Explorer from Google Play. It shows all the memory locations mounted on device on it's home screen. There is a search button above. Tap on it and search with file name. It searches both internal and external memory.


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First a description. The path that contains acct, cache, config, d, data, dev, mnt, proc, etc is the device's root directory. The root directory is the root of all filesystem hierarchy in an Android device. When you connect an Android device via USB to a computer, usually via MTP in newer devices or USB Mass Storage in older devices, the root directory of ...


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I ended up reinstalling the entire opperating system and that solved the problem.


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CyanogenMod is a full operating system replacement. When you install CM, you replace the entire system software that comes preloaded with the device. Depending on the device, doing so may require gaining root access by some means or may require little more than unlocking the bootloader. Devices that are less locked-down, especially Nexus devices, require ...


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This could also appears when you trying to install an app that is not install on the current user, but still installed on the guest or another user. You have more that one user on Lollipop devices.


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Rebooting my HTC ONE/Jellybean fixed the problem, after that all my apps updated and the ones that didn't install started to download & install etc. Do the obvious things to rectify a problem before jumping to conclusions or otherwise messing up your device. Reboot, check app loading permissions, memory available....etc. Good luck to all!


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Long press the notification and it will show you what app sent the notification. Next, go to Settings > Apps and look for the app. Once you click it you will have the option to disable notifications, or to diable the whole app.



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