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Download factory image for your device from the official source Extract image (you can use 7zip to extract *.tgz files) Download and install ADB, Fastboot and drivers (install system wide). Download from here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?p=48915118 Connect your Nexus device to the computer with USB cable Turn off your device Boot ...
The gallery app has been removed from Android 5.0 Lollipop. You can search google play for a gallery app (cyanogen team has one), or you can use the photos app that comes with Google+. This is what Google wants you to use. The Photos app is actually just part of the Google+ app (and therefore part of the Google applications suite) with its own icon in ...
Your tablet probably rebooted because the impact caused the battery to go loose for a split second. I would check all the sensors with an app like CPU-Z, making sure that all the sensors respond to any change. That should cover most of the potential damage.
A store clerk informed me that those codes represent different suppliers and the the actual devices are identical.
The colour I believe the background colour of each notification depends on the app that added it, I think the default is white for 'stock' Android. The line This is to separate the different levels of priority for notifications. I expect the Twilight one is set to lowest priority (MIN) whereas the weather one will likely have a higher priority (MAX). ...
This seems to be a bug. Try this: Open Play Store. Navigate to My Apps, then go to the All section. Delete the app from your account (usually by a small X in the top right corner of the list entry). See diagram below: If it does not give you the X to delete the app from your account, click on the app in that list and uninstall it from the app's Play ...
windows may have the adb drivers installed. this will be loaded in place of the mtp drivers. uninstall the adb drivers (do a driver delete if the option comes up), and re-plug-in your nexus 7 with the drivers uninstalled. it should load the mtp drivers by default, but if not, you can try and do an "update driver..." to force-load the mtp drivers. go to ...
Install Tasker to be able to: Power off tablet when car is off Use command fastboot oem off-mode-charge 0 To reset to normal, change the 0 to 1
You need to see if there are any of the other Google apps (GApps) installed. Most likely if the Play Store isn't installed then the rest of the GApps package is either. The Nexus 7 happens to be very easy to work with, so don't worry. GApps Manager will be the tool that will be used. The link will describe the toolkit in detail as well as any fixes that ...
You can solve this problem by rebooting into recovery mode (typically volume up + power, or volume up + home button + power) and selecting the option to clear cache.
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