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From an article on Android Police, If you're on a Lollipop device and aren't seeing this yet, you can manually install the –438 build of Play Services 6.5 from APKMirror. (Emphasis mine) The new "Trusted places" feature is available from Google Play services 6.5. You might want to check the version of your Google Play services: Go to Settings - Apps ...


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I did a factory reset and its working fine now. May be there was a problem in upgrading.


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The chip that's missing the shielding is part of the digitizer; it is responsible for interpreting changes in the electric field of the screen and figuring out where your finger currently is, and what location of the display you've touched. Without shielding it won't work properly, or as you've seen.. at all. Get some here.. any decent RF shielding tape ...


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If you have a rooted device, you will not be able to receive OTA updates (over the air). Factory resetting the device will not un-root the device so the best way of updating it is to do the following: Get the factory image you wish to install (in your case, lollipop) from the Google developers website Flash that image by following this tutorial or similar ...


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It is possible to sideload the OTA update on a non-rooted, non-unlocked phone without losing your data (although it would be advisable to back up anything important that can't be restored from the cloud). The instructions here worked for me. This approach is not advised if you are not comfortable with working at the command line, dealing with windows ...


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I recently came across this issue on a Nexus 5 and tried most the solutions listed here with no luck. In my case, it looks to be caused by a recognized bug with stock Android (source). My solution was as follows - I used Windows 8.1, but no reason this wouldn't work on OSX/Linux (root is required on device however). On your PC, create a .tar.gz archive of ...



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