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Well, turned out that the battery was the problem. I invested 10€ for a new one and since one week no trouble at all. Still thanks everybody!


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Just change unlock effect.. There you go.. You can change lock screen wallpaper on Grand 2. Setting-device-lock screen - unlock effect. Change it. Thank you


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If you do not disable but unistall system ROM apps,resetting wot make any difference. You need to download a stock rom (try sammobile) and flash it via odin.this is the best method i recommend.get the DBT(germany) rom as it has no bloatware/ Also, avoid using KIES to update. Really untrustworthy.


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how hard it is to produce an Android phone that can run Vanilla Android It's not possible at all. Every device (including Nexus devices) needs Android to be ported to that device. This means setting it up, from the source code, with the correct drivers, configured correctly for that device. Even if there are no other manufacturer customizations (such as ...


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It is a business reason. Each OEM (manufacturer) wants to stand out in the market through their hardware AND their software. The next time you go to upgrade will you consider learning a new OEM overlay or just a shiny new version of what you already know? (A lot of people go for the latter, they don't care about the OS, their phone is a "HTC" or a "Samsung" ...


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I think it is software glitch on the Grand 2. To solve the problem, try to transfer the SIM 2 to 1. You may be able to change the lockscreen wallpaper.


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I figured out how to fix the problem: Phone: Nexus 4 running 4.4.2 - Accidentally downloaded 4.3 - Rooted Download System Tuner, Free from google play (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=ccc71.pmw&hl=en) Open App Click Startups Navigate to Google Play Services - If you do not see this in the list, press add in the bottom right hand quarter ...


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There a couple of things you can try out, in any order you like! New Tablet? Surprising, try a factory reset if you have nothing on it. This should fix it for most cases. A single application crashing could be due to some stale values associated with the data it has cached, you could try force stopping the settings application and then clearing the ...


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Turn your phone on and off it worked for me


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These update notifications are a pain, and apparently they change the way they do them often, because lots of the information out there is no good. For example, the APK mentioned in one of the answers doesn't exist on my phone. Disabling notifications for entire sets of services can be a nuisance - e.g. you lose all Gmail notifications, too. I found ...



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