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It depends on the manufacturer and the android version most likely. When there are new system updates, there are also often new bootloader versions available. Those are automatically updated to run on the newest software and provide support for the new android version. The installation of older software packages is often restricted by the newer bootloader. ...


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Settings > About tablet > System Updates/Update Center


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None of them other stores will be able to auto-update your apps unless you are rooted. Other apps cannot install new apps without root access. If you do have root access, 1Mobile(1mobile.com) store has this feature. Mobogenie is out there, too, but it has more ads.


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Probably Not. Android updates before Lollipop checked each system file and replaced them but after Lollipop, the updates check the whole system block as a part and update it. Since rooting modifies the system files, the System Block won't match and the update will abort. Since you have a custom recovery, the update won't even go that far because you need ...


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Flash custom recovery (mine is CWM) with SB Flashtool. Reboot your phone into recovery mode. Flash root.zip. Google for more details on flashing.


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Try using Supersu 2.49 beta for Lollipop (LP) 5.0. Do a full unroot first. I have LP 5.0 Touchwiz on my Samsung tab with SElinux enforcing and functioning root. The Supersu version in your recovery can probably be replaced by unpacking your recovery with any number of methods and/or tool-sets, and replacing the archive. The better approach would be to ...



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