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There is no perfect way to do this but there are other ways to 'control' the updates. You can disable auto-updating, or only via Wifi from settings. You could also force stop the Play store app and then later in the day when you are connected to Wifi and not using your device, you open the app again and it installs updates. More can be found here. Hope this ...


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the problem is that you have bricked your phone. fortunately for you, its just a soft brick and not hard brick. phones can be repaired from soft brick. run "emergency firmware recovery" option in kies. it will work. run revcovery using the same pc. if you cannot run from same pc, get the recovery code from that pc and use the that code to run recovery from ...


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I was thinking about this because I have the same problem when updates run,the phone is not functional. Turning of automatic updates and having Google play to remind you of updates could be an alternative because then you can run the updates whenever you like, suggestively before you go to bed.


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These so called updates are meant to fix bugs, errors etc and improve performance of the devices. So if you update the phone you will experience better performance. There is nothing to worry. Also updates includes a lot of security fixes which keeps you away from online attacks.


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The WhatsApp FAQ has instructions that should help you: To delete a single message from a conversation: Open WhatsApp and go to the chat window with the message you want to delete. Highlight the message. Press the 'del' key on your keyboard. To delete an individual or group chat: In the Chats screen, highlight the chat you wish to ...


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Android updates have nothing to do with what network the phone is currently on, or what SIM card is inserted. The updates come from whoever you got your phone from. If you bought your phone from a carrier, they almost certainly customized the OS to include their special apps (a.k.a. bloatware), and sometimes to limit features like Wi-Fi hotspot. For that ...


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I have bad news: It almost impossible to get data from your internal storage if your mobile does not turn on. First we need to know more about the problem: What do you mean under not turn on? Does it light up or no signal at all? What if you plug it into the charger? Can you see any lights flash up? Can you get into recovery? If none of the above happen, ...


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Once a device is unlocked from its carrier no update will re-lock your device. It is permanently unlocked.


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Have you tried doing the update from your PC instead? You can download the Mobile Upgrade software and connect your device to your PC to perform the update. Launch the tool and update your phone by following the step by step instructions (refer to the User Guide provided together with the tool). Your phone’s software will now have the latest software. ...


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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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