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After a lot of messing around I think I've nailed it. It was an application called "Sony Smart Connect". Like most things that contain the oxymoronic phrase "Sony Smart" is anything but smart. Instantly everything went back to working and I can now get on with coding until the next update stops me for a month... I hope this is of help to someone in the ...
So late to answer a question like this, still: For all non-advanced users who want to root their Defy and install custom ROMS, first refer this article. It says all about you want to know about Defy before torturing it :D But don't worry, it is almost impossible to brick the mighty Defy, so feel free to experiment.
Download the app "ShareApps" from playstore and then share all the apps which you want from the older phone to the new phone using any of the sharing methods such as bluetooth, etc...
If you're root, use any root browser and go to the path: /system/app/, there you'll find the apk files.
Android does not allow installing unsigned applications. You will need to sign you APK (with a debug or release key). Don't use Android tools->Export unsigned application package, but rather the regular command to export an Android APK. The different options available to sign you app are well described here: ...
Sideloaded apps are not linked to Google Play. You will have to update them manually (i.e. sideloading) What you could do is install Titanium Backup (needs root), and use its Attach to Market feature. Another solution would be to use AppBrain instead of Google Play, because AppBrain scans the apps in your phone, and informs you of any updates.
I think you are finding trouble to sort apps according to their size,name,date etc with the stock App manager. So I recommend you to install third-party app like Clean Master which does all the things you need. It is a small application so hopefully it won't give any no space error.
Well there are several things you can do to solve this problem (or, at least, to understand WHERE it is). The simplest I can think of are: 1) Go to Settings -> Storage and see how the space is being used. Chances are you have one or more apps that use to download a lot of contents so you should find that the major part of your storage is occupied by ...
You can use this command on Linux: adb shell logcat | grep install for install app see in logcat adb shell logcat | grep uninstall for uninstall app see in logcat Otherwise In windows you can use Cygwin. You can download from here
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