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There is no problem with downloading via mobile data instead of WiFi. The main reason people prefer WiFi is because it is cheaper; WiFi is not generally not metered the way WiFi data is. The update file is downloaded in entirety before the actual update occurs, so the method you use does not affect whether the update succeeds or fails. Given the number and ...
Afraid there is no such thing: stock recovery itself doesn't offer any backup options other means of backing up a partition (and we're speaking about the /recovery partition here) always require root, as no other user has the required low-level access to file systems Creating a real complete backup of a virgin device before attempting any system ...
I went to my gmail account in settings and turned on the sync in all of it. I also went to settings within the phone app (when the recent, contacts, favorites etc. are at top of calling screen) and imported contacts from the g mail account. Obviously, I'm no expert, but this worked for me.
INSTALL_FAILED_UPDATE_INCOMPATIBLE should tell you something. "app is already provided in stock Rom", "not rooted" and "I uninstalled it" don't match: w/o root, you cannot have uninstalled a system app (you probably have disabled it). Same goes for Playstore: you cannot simply "update" it with a patched version. If it's an official version (signed by ...
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