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It seems error 923 is related to the whole process of downloading, cache, storage, installation, etc. People get it most often in Google Play, but sometimes also outside of that. Most suggestions how to fix this come down to: Settings > Apps > Running > stop all (Google related) running services Settings > Apps > All > Google Play Store > ...
I had the same problem where settings would keep on crashing. I just got the snapshot today and it did the same thing. After experimenting I fixed it by going in the app drawer and holding on setting, opening its app info, and clearing data. It now opens and works well. I hope this helps.
EDITED 01/30/2014 If you clear the data for Google Services Framework, you can force the OTA update to start again. There are a few downsides to this, but with a brand new device, you can safely clear the data and perform the OTA update. Old Answer... As deailed in this question, you can download the 4.4.2 image directly from Google and install it on ...
An I/O error may be indicative of filesystem corruption. If your device has a removable SD card, try removing it, putting it in a PC, and running a filesystem checker on it (such as fsck on Linux).
Using a cache cleaner, I freed up some cache, netting me a little over 130 MB free space in the app storage. I then updated, and it worked. Freeing the cache again after the update, I only had 100 MB left. I also saw that the cache for the Play Store was about 28 MB, so apparently that's the size of the download for the Chrome update. Using a disk ...
If you still have the original usb cable then use it because it probably is modified by Samsung. Consider upgrading to latest Android (currently 4.4.2) it is well worth it you wont brick it, I did it with my first Smartphone 3 years ago (I still use it) just when I got it and I've done all I wanted to do like install root Rom kernel audio engine etc removed ...
I ended up borrowing a battery to finish the emergency firmware recovery in Kies. The second attempt proved successful in the firmware upgrade, however, still had network connection problems. I took it into a Sprint service center and they tried doing software updates to the phone. Tech had to do the software updates several times. Found that after each ...
Yes, turn off the phone and try to charge from a wall charger, and when battery is full, try to do firmware recovery, this time use a good usb cable, and ensure a good Internet connection. Keep battery level above 80% or keep it full. And if all fails go to service center. Vote up if I helped ;)
Answer from the comments, as OP/answerer disappeared: Browsing the device from a connected computer, those files could be found and deleted. Unfortunately, Rick missed to say where he found them. So I include some clues where they might have been, together with some reason. These items include places to look for left-overs following even a successfull ...
! discovered MP4 videos from an external sources sometimes have too high of resolution. You need a converter (many free versions on-line) to reduce the size to an acceptable size.
I had this problem with videos that used to play and then simply don't anymore. It's not your video player or the video format, its something screwy with Android's file system. Solution: Download Rescan Media app from Google Play store. Install and run, but do not enable the auto-close feature; just run it then minimize. Your files should play now.
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