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A Galaxy S3 is to highly customised by Samsung that you can't install a stock settings app. It will corrupt/brick your phone if you try so. However you maybe could install the settings app of a galaxy s4 mini because it is almost the same. But I am not sure. do it at your own risk Hope my answer helped.


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To your problem, you cannot do so, unless you root both your phones. Samsung Galaxy S Duos's music player is a System App, if I remember correctly. System Apps can't be copied like normal Application Packages unless you are rooted. You have mentioned that you need a way to do so without rooting, and it is not possible. If it is a User App i.e. if you ...


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I face the same problem on my Galaxy S Advance. I have 0.5GB remaining, but apps won't install. I have very less reputation, hence I can't comment. You may try the treatment by the Clean Master app, though I doubt its effectiveness in solving your (OUR) problem.


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Uninstall the new Google Play Store App to factory settings every time you want to download a new/updated apps. I know this is a pain of a * but this works because it does not leave room for your Google to check updates, like Google books for daily newspapes or magazines which needs the space even if we do not use that app. I even hate how the new app looks ...


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I fixed the problem by going to App manager and uninstalling updates to Google Play. Things will download and install fine after.


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This started happening at the same time that Google introduced the concept of "delta" updates. This means that only the portion of the app that has been modified is sent over, as opposed to the entire app. However, they never changed how the Play Store app calculates the download percentages - it's still taking app's full size as the base 100%, instead of ...


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Try clearing cache for your internal storage and transfer "unimportant" files to your memory card, this will create some space for your apps to be installed.


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Try to delete app's files in /data/data/package-name and /data/dalvik-cache/package-name (You need root access to do that). That fixed an issue with app that has been broken on my system and has error code -2 in logcat.


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I stumbled upon this app called Permission Remover that allows you to remove permissions from the APK package before installing it. Worked for both installed and downloaded APKs. This method is convenient as it does not require you to root your device.


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That is a hiccup in the Play Store application. Swipe down to reveal the notification tray and you'll find the actual percentage progress. And as far as downloads taking less time, it might be possible that your ISP caches popular play store downloads. Mine does. So I know what you mean.


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Clear the cache of playstore application , restart the phone , try the download again


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Don't worry, this is not a problem with your device. You can see the actual download status in the notification tray.


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Yes you can, but I would advise you not to install CyanogenMod, because some parts of your device may not work (WiFi, Bluetooth, camera flash).


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I can't think of any reason why you couldn't try it, because it should either work and install CyanogenMod or it won't manage to install anything. It doesn't always work with my SPH-L710 S3 despite my being able to flash with Odin just fine. Just do not install the wrong firmware on your own. There are over ten different revisions of the S3, and going ...


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Q fota,always downloading. It is over the air,turn off WiFi Then you will see it downloading, Then you can turn WiFi back on.



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