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The kernel on your device is tied heavily to the version of the Android operating system you're running. Sony releases your phone with the "stock ROM" (think a "stock" car in stock car racing; no customization, just as-is from the factory), including the stock kernel. Normally, your kernel would be updated when the operating system - your "ROM" - is updated. ...
This shouldn't delete the OS. Looks to just be a small update file.
Switching the primary account on Google Play seems to continue the auto-update process
When it goes on to optimizing apps it will optimize all aps that you have on your phone, that includes system apps that you cannot see/remove(technically you can). If you just check the installed apps on your phone it will just show you the apps that YOU have manually instaled and that is why the number is not the same.
Most of the times, if not all, rooting is necessary to upgrade to a newer version, especially if it is unofficial(custom ROM). You also have much more power on your phone, but it has the drawback that the guarantee will be voided. In your case, I have found that it is easier to upgrade. You just need to install pc-companion and after you connect the device ...
No, software updates do not mess around with carrier info like that. Your phone should still be set to work with AT&T after the latest update is applied. If updating the device meant reactivating the phone, many people would be unhappy because of activation fees.
The message is basically telling you that you don't have the correct bootloader version on your device; specifically, you most likely have an older ICS bootloader rather than the Jelly Bean one. You can read a bit about this on CyanogenMod's Google+ page, and the CM Wiki page for the S3 succinctly notes: Going forward, CM10.1 is no longer compatible with ...
Here is the solution: Get sure that u have enough free space in your internal memory. Update your samsung kies. If you had connection problem with USB, download samsung mobile USB device: http://samsung-mobile-usb-device-1-0.soft32.com/ Right click on samsung kies Use compatibility mode ( windows pack 3)> Before you start updating: Go to your mobile and ...
See this previous question: When will my phone get the Android 2.3 update (Gingerbread)?, according to that HTC have announced that the Wildfire won't be officially updated to Android 2.3 or newer as it doesn't meet the minimum requirements for the newer operating system versions (in particular its CPU runs slower than 1GHz). There are unofficial upgrade ...
Just run the Kies with Administrator permission. For windows 7 right click on the "Samsung Kies" or the "Samsung Kies(Lite)" version and select "Run as Administrator"
Honeycomb was actually meant for devices with large screens like tablets etc.., There is no Official update for S5300. So you'll have to root your phone and install a custom ROM(such as CyanogenMod) on your phone. Keep in mind that rooting your phone will void your phone of any warranty. Also beware that any error made while flashing ROM could brick your ...
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