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You guys don't seem to understand the question here. I'm having the same problem and trying to resolve myself. It's not an HTC update he's trying but a cyanogenmod update. The update files are downloaded into "cyanogenmod update" but but when selected to install, it reboots the phone into TWRP and that's it....no idea how to install the later update of ...


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Nexus devices will receive updates at least 18 months after their initial release. There are some minor releases 5.0.1 or 5.0.2, which are not distributed to every Nexus device because those releases may only fix bugs associated with specific devices. Also, some devices will receive updates past the initial 18 months of its release. For example, the Nexus 4 ...


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Your phone has the latest update for its generation. It will receive no more updates for the rest of the time you use it. In order to "update" your phone, you would have to root it, and then flash a custom rom with an update available for it.


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Method 1 : Go to Settings -> Applications and find Google Play. Then > Clear Cache. or Method 2 : Go to Settings > Accounts > Google and remove your google account. Then add it back to the device and try redownload or reupdate the App. If it doesn't work and the error is still there give it some time. It'll likely clear itself out and you'll be ...


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Would not recommend it. My i9300 had a lot of trouble running 5.0.2 (CM12) smoothly. Furthermore, batterylife decreased severely up to the point that the phone even discharged noticeably when actively used whilst charging. I ended up restoring a backup to 4.4 after two days of use.


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Just download an factory image From : https://developers.google.com/android/nexus/images Steps : 1.Unlock bootloader 2.root phone 3.flash new image 4.lock Bootloader How do I uninstall the Android update 5.0.1 back to 5.0? hope this helps.


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Resolved by successfully updating to 5.0.1 without losing my data: http://aaronhastings.me/updating-to-android-5-0-1-on-rooted-nexus-5/


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You can try blur version ....... There is software named blur for updating android os download it and put it on both sd card and internal phone memory and restart you phone ...... this may help you to get your answer


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No, you can't downgrade the app. The installation will fail (with error code [INSTALL_FAILED_VERSION_DOWNGRADE] if installed from ADB). Normally, you need to uninstall the app/updates, then install the specific version from the APK, but doing this will also clear the data. There are alternatives to prevent that: If you're using ADB, you can use adb ...


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I asked the vendor for the stock files plus flashing tool for PC and that solved everything. So the key thing to do in this case was to use a tool that matches the gs702a device. FYI: I found the English versions of "Actions Pad Tools". Now I just have to figure out how to get from Android OS 4.1.1 to 4.2.2 but that is another topic in a future thread. ...


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Well it's obviously not #2, updates would not work so well if they could not update existing items. The script as a whole might do #1, but package_extract_* does #3. You can see the code here: https://android.googlesource.com/platform/bootable/recovery/+/7d0542f28045640dfab6a259ae7bd796e653d66f/updater/install.c


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Do the following and it will solve your issue (install correctly): Copy the zip file to pc form "Phone\Download\OTA_M7_UL_L50_SENSE60_MR_HTC_Europe_7.19.401.2-6.09.401.11_release_XXXX.zip" Extract "firmware.zip" from OTA_M7_UL_L50_SENSE60_MR_HTC_Europe_7.19.401.2-6.09.401.11_XXXX.zip Extract "recovery.img" from "firmware.zip" Activate USB debugging on your ...


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This community wiki will list all of the known and rumored dates for devices. If you have an update make sure to follow the format that's been established, and the following guidelines: Keep devices in alphabetical order listing the manufacturer and model Specify if the date is confirmed or rumored and link to the source If there is an unofficial ...


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On Motorola Moto G (2014) 2nd Generation Go to: Settings> App> All> ConfigUpdater Uncheck 'Show notification' Press 'Force stop' button


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As far as I know, you first need to unlock bootloader to root a nexus device (I'm not a nexus user). Now, in order to update your OTA, it is mandatory to lock the bootloader and then perform the update. I'm a HTC user, and I faced the same issue. What I did was flashed the stock recovery, locked the bootloader and performed the update. Everything went ...


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Custom ROMs (the unofficial ROMs made by the community) are usually mostly made for popular phones (there are usually more developers), so obscure OEMs like Micromax usually don't get custom ROM ports. Safest place to look for phone modding and customizing is Xda-Developers, if you find a suspicious site that claims to have ported KitKat (in this case), it's ...


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If you happen to be rooted, you should be able to install Disable Services and find the SystemUpdateService under Google Services Framework. Disable that.


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It is possible to flash the recovery from within android itself without requiring any kind of USB connection. I'll get to that in a second-- First though, I am curious if you tried adb over the network (without USB). If you look at the adb documentation, you will see that there is an ADB-over-network feature (on CyanogenMod there is an "adb over network" ...



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