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It may be a firmware upgrade(firware over the air fota). There is a fota app. Go to apps in Settings. Click on clear data for fota app. Check for update again.


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Going by the error message which the device is giving conveys that the Android update has crashed midway. This crash during the update is possible due to loss of network connection or the device booted during the update. As the update has crashed you will not be able to update your phone even if your place an SD card or not because the Operating System of ...


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If you don't mind factory reset/wipe the phone and try updating again (back-up data before doing so). It should do the trick. But before trying above method, also try this because I doubt that the device is lacking memory resources on both SD card & internal memory. Try to make some free space in internal memory/external memory (400 MB-500 MB must be ...


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It depends. Is it factory SIM-unlocked, has it been unlocked through official channels, or has it been hack-unlocked? If it's either of the first two, you should be fine through any software updates. If it's been hacked unlocked though, I'd be careful of updates until someone confirms it working.


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Here's my checklist for a new (sub $350) Android phone Runs latest version of Android (or 4.2.2 at least) Plenty of RAM (at least 1 GB or more) A good display (IPS with good viewing angles and 250+ PPI. Gorilla glass protection, if available) Snapdragon SOC (preferably quad core or better when available) An appealing custom UI (e.g. Sony, MIUI, ZenUI, ...


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I always recomend the Moto G for anyone looking for a good relatively cheap phone and for people looking to get started with android, has great hardware, uses very close to stock android experience and has relatively fast software update from motorola. Altough i might wait a bit for the next MotoG which is rumored to be revealed on September 4th (if i ...


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First, you must have version 4.8.2 installed (just replace it in /system/app with the new com.android.vending.apk) Instructions (found https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3JI6YNSpAz8): root, install supersu install busybox, then terminal emulator stop whatever internet access on your android, or it will silently auto-update store, making your hard typing ...


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just a quick search results show me that you may try power off and removing the battery some people face the same issue after update


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Not quite, no. When you uninstall a package, it also removes other data to do with that package: for example, the app's own private data, its data on the SD card, your default preferences for that app. It also tells any other interested apps that you've removed the app, via an intent broadcast. Other apps receiving that broadcast might take further action ...


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Well, updating your Android device can be established in two ways First Method: (Updating OTA or using some programmes like Samsung Kies ...etc) It's considered as one of the easiest and the safest method of updating your device firmware. Usually when the update for your device becomes available your carrier starts pushing the updates over the air, i.e. I ...


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Facebook does indeed update pretty often with random bug fixes as well as security, performance and stability updates. Often this depends on the company as well as the urgency of the update. Security updates tend to be urgent and are often shipped as quickly as the exploits are patched whilst minor bug fixes might be accumulated first and shipped as a larger ...


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You can root your phone and install a custom ROM. Also, there is an app called Full!Screen for rooted phones I believe. It let's you remove the buttons and then reposition them. Not sure if it's the right app. Otherwise.. Just search the Play Store for root apps related to buttons


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I saw this issue on my Moto X. I also had the WiFi sleep policy to always and the download would freeze once the phone went to standby. I found that if I put the Play Store in the background, it will continue to download and install.


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According to a quick Google search based on the model number you provided, this might be Oracom Korea's AM 818 8" tablet.


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As KeshavaGN has said CyanogenMod is a safe option(provided you have read the risks associated with it) to root your phone to Android 4.4.4(Kit-Kat) but a small note of precaution is that the kit-Kat OS occupies a min of 3 GB space so later you will not have enough storage on board. (As given by your specs you will have only 2 GB free of storage space for ...


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It's not possible to guess the "name of the manufacturer", as they have not even provided that information on tablet itself. If you want to use Android Kitkat on the tablet, you can TRY some custom ROMs such as CyanogenMod, with any available binary image for a tablet with almost all specifications same as your's, including processor, RAM, NAND etc. And ...



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