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If its not the permissions, can you try accessing it from a Unix/Linux based system? It maybe the filesystem or Windows having a hard time interpreting the format. If not just try downloading an Ubuntu live CD or using a virtual machine. Either way that type of OS is uniquely qualified to access it and will give you a better picture of what is going on. Once ...
When using the Photos app it will do that for you. If you use the Gallery app it will only manipulate the local images, therefore deleting the local ones. The Gallery app comes with Nexus 4.
You can download an app like Quickpic that is a local gallery viewer and delete only local copies that way. It's probably the easiest way. I have no idea why Google photos has no options to delete only the local copy, forgetting such an essential feature is such a google thing to do.
This seems like a fix: The solution is to take away 2 permissions: the Google search app permissions to keep the device awake, and access location. This gets rid of the wakelocks, and still appears to keep google now etc. functional. You can do this using App Ops from the play store (needs root), or if you are on custom ROMs, through "App ...
This post MAY assist you (similar symptoms but no Blue light... worth a try): http://forums.androidcentral.com/google-nexus-4/312151-solved-nexus-4-wont-turn-charge.html Basically it states to try to get your phone into "recovery mode" and then select "Start"... See if this at least wakes up your phone. It includes a link to this YouTube video with ...
Ok guys.... Last night out of the blue my stock android media apps album and music player could not find any of the photos or songs that were actually in my sd card. After escaping a stroke by a little....and four hours letter after readind a lot of forums I found a solution: For the music player I used an app called "Next music" which could actually see ...
Its called a micro usb to hdmi adapter.
I am not sure how the offers you have work, but could you go to the play store in a browser and buy them there on your HTC and tell it to install them on the N4? I've had to do that for devices since you cannot access the Devices page from the app itself. If necessary, you may have to clear defaults with the browser and Play Store so that you have the option ...
I assume that rooting and flashing a ICS rom on your HTC desire is out of the question, so how about you take the SIM card from your HTC to your nexus 4, complete the offer, then switch back? If the offer is tied to the operator the nexus 4 should be able to make the purchase just fine. If the offer is tied to the device model (HTC), then try this app on ...
EDIT after reading your comments: AFAIK, It's not possible.
Try to call the phone with a landline. If the problem persists try a factory reset, if that don't fix the problem I'm afraid you have a hardware issue.
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