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You probably disabled it in a setting. Go to Play Store -> Settings and click "Add icon to Home screen" under "General"


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That device doesn't have a button configuration to boot into recovery. You are going to have to run sh reboot-recovery.sh from the SDcard, (posted in my original answer) after your device gets past bootloader.


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I dont know what happened but surprisingly the tablet booted on its own. I did not do anything new. It is showing in Device manager as Alcatel ADB Android Device and I was able to see the memory card contents in My Computer too. Battery level was 74%, battery charging blue LED came back on, phew! The only negative thing I saw was that it gave a message on ...


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Askmefast.com provides a hardware reset solution for that tablet: Power off Press and hold Power and Volume Up together When it turns on (nothing may appear on screen or only the logo) release Volume Up (keep holding Power) Keep holding Power and press and hold Volume Down This should launch the reset mode and after a restart it should erase all apps and ...


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If it is stuck in bootloop, I suspect corruption in /system. You should either reinstall the stock ROM or install a custom one. The first thing you will need is a custom recovery. According to this post by flowish at XDA-Developers, you can do this by follwing these steps: Download the recovery (recommended latest build) extract and put to your ...


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Use Parse and send your statics as you need at application start-up asynchronous


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You can install the .apk http://www.apkmirror.com/wp-content/themes/APKMirror/download.php?id=2395 Note: Make sure you enable installing from Unknown Sources from Settings>Security. If you cannot install the apk, you will have to root your tablet. You can probably find a guide at forum.xda-developers.com After rooting your device, install Xposed installer ...


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I've come across this quite a few times. I know it is possible to do this by modifying the build.prop file to fool an app into thinking your device is something that it's not, but that requires rooting, and you also run the risk of soft-bricking your device (happened to me yesterday). If you are willing to take such a risk, create a nandroid backup before ...


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The "Merge tabs and apps" option should be inside the "Basics" header. However, as of current writing, it seems Google didn't add this feature for Android tablet. The same case was reported on Android Central's forum, and the reply was It looks like that feature is only on Chrome on phones. It may be due to the fact that Chrome on tablets already has ...


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One way would be to flash a factory image to your tablet, which would restore it to the state it was when you first bought it. Depending on your model (wifi, or wifi + lte), you can find official factory images to for the SHIELD tablet on this nvidia website: https://developer.nvidia.com/develop4shield Following the relevant links, you will get to a ...



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