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Check this : http://androidforums.com/threads/set-up-static-ip.503213/ if doesnt work or you can't find it, for dns, set Google dns. Example : Dns1 : 8.8.4.4 Dns2 : 8.8.8.8 hope this helps.


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Your clue is in the output log: "System/bin/install-recovery.sh" has unexpected contents. Since Android 5, OTA installs verify each partition as a whole so any changes will result in verification failing even if the file is not changed by the update. Something has changed the install-recovery.sh file, so you will need to revert the change or copy the ...


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KitKat doesn't allow you to move apps to the SD card, only to "external storage," which is often a separate partition of internal storage. If your specific device doesn't have a separate "external storage" area, then it could actually be using the SD card (which is rare in KitKat), in which case there could be a problem with your SD card. First off, make ...


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I'll just quote Elluel on XDA: Don't bother messing with reverting everything just to update, it is extremely unlikely to work since as of Lollipop Google has changed the OTA method to check the sum of the entire partition rather than only what it cares about. Download the 5.1 factory images, and flash system.img, boot.img, cache.img, ...


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if this phone is yours do the following : login to you device manager on google website here click on lock and set a new password this will over-write the old password on your phone enter your new pass word If this phone is not yours contact the phone owner and ask him to do the last steps


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the answer is you can't ,because the "preview" button action is hard coded in the stock camera app as a link to the right activity in the stock gallery app it sends an intent with the path to the jpeg image to the stock gallery ,the link is not an intent that can be received by third party apps ,even if you try deleting the stock gallery app the preview ...


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From the answer on SO by chihchun, Since the AOSP did not have EAP-SIM support, there are different implementations on the market. [...] (Emphasis mine) Also, looking at the list of supported devices for EAP-SIM on this site, I didn't see any Google Nexus products, which might prove the statement on that answer. Note: I would say that the list might ...


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No, flashing ROM will not change your partition table. No, flashing ROM won't unlock your bootloader (I think that you'll, in fact, need to be using unlocked bootloader to flash a ROM) CyanogenMod is made for each device separately. If it's available for your device, you can install it. Go to their website to see if there's an official or unofficial port ...


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This does not depend on stock Android, it depends on Xiaomi. Your system is only installed in a partition (system), it does not alterate the whole partition table on your device. I had the same problem with my MI2S. Only recently I repartitioned the whole phone, giving 10 gigs to the apps' section. It seems like it's the only way. Here are the detailed ...


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I was searching the same thing. I found this site, though I have not tried it myself yet, http://technosamigos.com/micromax-a89-ninja-android-kitkat-update-kitty-l-custom-rom/


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Yes they both use a proxy. Root rqd. Proxies on the wireless nic I believe. They don't interfere with each other. Abp uses port 2020 which I dont think you can configure. So configure tor to use localhost:2020 and if abp is running all good. Sorry for bad english. Usibg android keyboa rd and no good on them. Part axe.



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