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Hy Try these links http://forum.xda-developers.com/galaxy-nexus/help/galaxy-nexus-rebooting-t1591304 http://forum.xda-developers.com/galaxy-nexus/development/gnex-toolkit-v11-1-0-drivers-backup-t1392310 regards Stalin www.memorylines.tk www.facebook.com/memorylinesblog


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against common sense, Google and htc decided that the dock and n1 phone would use a proprietary method to set up the Bluetooth connection. but if you can work around that annoyance, it's still a simple Bluetooth connection. here are the steps http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=43401809&postcount=25 (I won't copy here because I'm on mobile. ...


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On current[1] versions of Android, you can go to Location Settings and it will show a list of apps under Recent Location Requests. You can then kill those off one by one until the GPS notification goes away. Sadly, you can't kill them directly from Location Settings. You'll have to either go to Settings -> Apps, or find them in your recent tasks. It would ...


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Alternatively you can mount it in terminal: mkdir /data/local/usbstick && mount - t ext4 /dev/block/sda1 /data/local/usbstick Then you can execute.


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Yes, it works. You need to root and install the StickMount app. Source.


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The answer to 1) is: The installer doesn't use the same releases as you see on the download page, it has separately signed releases so they're not directly comparable. Sorry I don't know how you can predict when you might next get an update when you've used the installer. The answer to 2) is: Latest release for installer devices are here: ...


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I have exactly the same problem with my GN and followed the instructions in http://support.sprint.com/support/tutorial/Perform_a_hardware_factory_reset_Galaxy_Nexus/37165-396 Please note that all of your data will be deleted.



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