New answers tagged updates
It's easy to solve error 927. All you need to do is: Clear cache Uninstall updates Reconfigure google account associated with your smartphone. Found some helpful resource about solving 927 play store error here.
OTA updates are typically incremental... 6.0.1 can only be installed over 6.0.0, and 6.0.0 can only be installed over 5.1.1, and typically more than just version has to match, the exact build number must match as well. You will not be prompted to install the 6.0.1 update until you are running the 6.0.0 update. If you want to completely skip 6.0.0, then you ...
It seems, that the problem is bad position of rubber gasket in proximity sensor. https://youtu.be/AZDAIgwbXk4?t=8m22s
That can be done using AppBrain App Market, an alternative frontend to the Google Play Store. This app a.o. lets you … exclude apps from updates permanently skip specific updates (and only be notified when the next update comes) This way you can exclude stuff from the "batch update" and just have it performed for everything else. You still can update ...
Does the March update contain all fixes from prior updates as well? Yes and No. No, the incremental update contains fixes not covered in last incremental update, which more or less comes down to patching newfound vulnerabilities most of the time. Yes, the latest or appropriate fastboot image would cover all the earlier fixes. Do I have to install ...
You do need to install security updates incrementally, as each release has its own /system image that has had all the previous patches already applied to it. When installing an update, most of the time, /system is completely wiped and then replaced with the new image in your update file. About the negative performance, a common issue is that the update is ...
Wiping /data If you were upgrading Android versions, the OTA might not have wiped your /data partition properly, and this may cause the issues that you describe. You should first try to perform a factory reset to see if that resolves the issue. One way to do this is through Settings > Backup & reset > Factory data reset. If you can't access your ...
After reading this post on Reddit, I fixed this problem by removing my Google account and adding the Google account again.
I answer myself, just updated and everything has gone smooth! Nice!
Turns out it just took time. By the next morning I had another alert asking me to download and install the beta. Despite having checked for updates and restarted the phone to see if I could trigger it.
How come I am being constantly prompted to update to the buggy 6.0 instead of the rectified 6.0.1? It depends upon the manufacturer pushing the update. For many number of devices you would end up in same situation even if the first release of a platform upgrade was buggy. Let's take it this way: Assume that these are the Android versions - build ...
I had the same problem after the cm13 on my OPO a few days ago, but the problem seems to be fixed after I did the following today: Go to settings -> Apps -> Trebuchet, click on "FORCE STOP", then go to "storage" to clean data and cache. Reboot the phone. The home page may look different than before, but you can customize it again. Hope this helps solve ...
I had the same problem and I spent hours working on it. Excerpt from this article which helped fix my problem. When flashing TWRP, do not reboot (into system) since the default "recovery.sh" file replaces TWRP on every boot. So I guess you need to flash TWRP again So next time you flash TWRP, 1) power off (preferably by pulling battery if nothing else ...
Top 50 recent answers are included