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I will make some assumptions here since you don't give enough details. I think that by stuck on boot you mean you soft bricked your phone but yes it weird if you don't mess around with root or other things and that just mean that if an factory reset + wipe cache don't work( and often won't ) you need to reflash the stock ROM again. By "hard reset" you mean ...


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It's very simple (its fine, everyone is a bit of an idiot). All you have to do is go to the gmail app. Then reload your mail. It will tell you that your sign in details are out of date. Click on change (or a similar option) and you're done!


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There should be nothing to stop you from doing so. As long as you keep an eye on those tablets and make sure they are setup as they are supposed to they will work. Small suggestion: Don't connect them 24/7 to the charger. The battery will wear out slower if you keep it's charge between 40-80%. Android shouldn't be a problem for you.


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The A1040 works using Kingoapp Root.


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So I was doing a bit of research on this. TLDR; You will not be able to use your phone's GSM to connect your tablet to the internet. In order for your Android device to be able to connect to another device, via bluetooth, to get an internet connection, you need an android device that supports DUN (Dial-up Networking) or PAN (Personal Area Networking). ...


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Install and use easytether. I use this on a wide range of devices across multiple operation systems. Site link : http://www.mobile-stream.com/easytether/android.html Features USB and Bluetooth tethering for Windows 10/8.1/8/7/Vista/XP computers (32-/64-bit) USB and Bluetooth tethering for Android 5.0 (down to 4.0.3) tablets including Kindle Fire USB ...


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Their is an alternative too... Download the application "Xender".It is also easy to use.connect both the devices using Xender and you will be able to share files between the two devices.


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Download an application "Zapya" ... on both of the devices and intall it.Connect both the devices using Zapya and you will be able to send or recieve files between both of the devices.


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I have had similar high power drain/not charging properly/poor battery performance issues with my own ASUS ME302C Tablet over the past few days as well and I noticed by looking at the Battery performance graph under Settings > Battery that the Wi-Fi was never turning itself off when the Tablet was in sleep mode even though I had set it up long ago to always ...


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try using VROOT, i've purchased a unbanded phone, (actually locally branded). Using VROOT i was able to get it rooted, now i am looking for a method to install CWM Recovery, and you just gave me a idea.. Thanks and i hope it works for you too !!


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You need to be clearer in telling what you want. If you are ok with downloading games from Playstore but don't have internet access (WiFi) you can do as Chahk said. However this will not transfer the game from your phone to tablet. If you specifically want to transfer apps from one device to another, there are a few options. If your device is rooted, ...


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Your Galaxy S5 Active should be able to create a Wi-Fi network, and share its own cellular data. This is usually referred to as "tethering", or "mobile hotspot". The settings are different for various Android devices, and sometimes are a paid feature (or may be missing completely) depending on the carrier. Generally, on Samsung devices like your S5 Active ...


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If you can get access to internet to download a small file, download "ShareIt" application By Lenovo from Google PlayStore on both of your devices, once you did that you can easily move all your applications, pictures, videos, etc to your new device easily!


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Unfortunately, copying applications across from one device to another is not the same as installing them. Additionally, for the sake of security Android does not allow you to run programs from your SD card by default, so even if in theory the programs didn't need a whole lot of reconfiguration for your tablet, they still wouldn't run. The easiest and best ...


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It sounds like a hardware problem. A corrupt system would not result in your tablet instantly powering off. Your tablet is likely not getting charged (although it may be receiving power from the charger, it may be charging very slowly). Try different charging cables and different wall adapters. There may be loose wiring in one or the other. Check the ...



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