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4 years is ancient in tech years. Your first pic holds your answers. The model Gt-p5110 and with Google it states that it was released in 2012. Came with android ice cream sandwich 4.0.3 and it is upgradable to android jelly bean 4.2.2. Also if you look at the kernel version you will notice that it was compiled in 2013. For update firmware you could check ...
Voltage is not a good indicator normally of State of Charge (SoC) for Li Ion batteries, since the battery can show higher Voltage but not hold charge. Graph 2 highlights the relatively flat Voltage curve, compared to SoC drop Voltage of a fully charged battery should be 4.2V (see table 2). Seeing your comment on battery voltage being less, after 2 days ...
Nexus devices will also receive updates for security issues documented in our Public Nexus Security Bulletins for at least the following periods: Three years from when the device first became available on the Google Store Or, 18 months after the device stopped being sold on the Google Store Source As Nexus 4 was released on November 13th ...
Try choosing any one of the other options that you CAN see. The pop ups should stop. Then change back to Messages. The pop ups should not return.
Settings → Applications → Default Applications and I set the Messages from Messages to Client, this stopped the pop ups. Further to this having set Messages to Client I then found out the offending app was myMail, which I uninstalled and was able to set Messages back from Client to Messages Hope it helps.
I used to get the same message. Then I removed an option called "sécurité Verr. de réactivation" in french. Translation may be "Reactivation Lock Security". Uncheck it and restart root procedure.
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