I once encountered similar behavior which was triggered by Ambient Display feature inside Settings. There is a guide on OnePlus Forums here (see Usage of Privacy Guard & Built in Settings (All Users)) which mentions this:
Ambient Display – this is again another option under the Display section of the Settings, when turned on (is ON by default) ...
Nothing to worry about, unless you have downloaded an app suggested by the pop-up.
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It's an old issue. You visit a normal website, and suddenly you see pop-ups telling you that your phone has a virus.
It's called scareware. It's basically "ads" which scare you into downloading their "anti-virus" apps. Many times, the apps you ...
Saw this on another site:
Ryan answered 4 weeks ago
I was having the same issue after I updated my Galaxy S3 to Android 4.3.
I think I just fixed it. Here's what I did:
From the home screen, click the Apps icon
Open the "Downloads" app
In my case the files that kept showing up in the notification pull down were in the Other Downloads tab
Click the "...
At least for me, it was actually the device password - used to unlock the phone. So basically it asks for the device password when you try to add a new Google account for some reason. I formatted my phone thinking something else was the issue - but if you enter the device password, it then asks for the account name as normal.
How long have you had your phone? One common cause of intermittent headphone connections like this can just be that after carrying your phone around in your pocket for months, it has picked up "pocket fluff" in the headphone socket. At first this just squashes down out of the way when your headphones are plugged in, but after a while so much builds up that ...
What is a "blue screen"?
Certain Android devices sometimes become unresponsive and display a plain bright blue screen with no text on it. See photo.
What should be done?
(This answer is based on what someone on IRC once told me.)
If you only ever see a blue screen once or twice a month, ignore the problem and restart your phone when it happens.
If you ...
I had the same problem, tried cleaning cache and data with no result.
So I went in settings > applications > manage apps > all, picked the download manager and "uninstalled the updates". It told me the app would reset to factory settings, and when I started the phone again, it was running marketplace 3.4.4 and I managed to update and install apps normally ...
You will know if the kernel has hung, the led light stays on and not go further.
As for your question, you need to be more clearer and specific as we do not know and since you posted a similar question before. You have not stated, what device is it, what android version is it, what kernel is it, all those are left out and thusly playing a guessing game ...
I also recently upgraded my Note2 from 4.1 to 4.3 and was having the same problem. I installed the Wakelock Detector by UzumApps and found that the Noom Walk pedometer app was waking the screen. I uninstalled the Noom Walk app and the screen no longer wakes. The Noom developers have posted a test APK which can be found here: http://noom.uservoice.com/forums/...
I had the same issue today. I had to replace my old (broken) Nexus 5X to a new Nexus 5X.
After unsucessfull tries (same error message as you) I started to all reconfigure manually when I noticed my old Nexus 5X was running Android 7.0 and the new stock Nexus 5X was still on Android 6.0.
So here is what I did: I accepted the update to Android 7.0, then did ...
From what I know the rollover is not the only problem, also an additional week counter 13 bits is introduced. A new data format (with larger data) can of course cause problems if unsupported by the GPS receiver firmware.
Also I have read that some GPS devices use the week counter for plausibility checking of the received data. If the week is smaller than ...
If you're using the stock Android keyboard, you can report it on the central Android bug tracker. Be warned that there are already more than 25000 reports there, and many never receive any response from Google.
If you find a bug in a third-party keyboard you're using, visit the keyboard's page in Google Play (either through the Play Store app or on the ...
DONE: I backed up all my contents of my old emulator, created a fresh emulator using
android create avd -t <TargetID> -n <EmulatorName> -a --abi <CPU/ABI-Used>
To aid finding out the correct value of <TargetID> and the admissible values <CPU/ABI-Used> corresponding the same as per your choice of the API level, I used
Adding additional home screens is not a stock Android feature so I can't comment specifically, but clearing data for the launcher application should work.
Settings → Applications → Manage applications → Launcher (might be named differently) → Clear data
You will lose your current home screen configuration, of course, but this should take care of the ...
I would try and clear the cache of this application
Just to see whether this should help.
You might also want to click the 'Clear data' button but than you must login to your account again.
There is a lengthy discussion about this on:
The main point seems to relate to either oil and dirt covering the screen and/or heating up issues from dirt within internal components.
There are some suggested solutions such as carefully cleaning the screen ...
I've had positive and reliable experiences running Android 5.0.1 on Nexus 10, Nexus 7, and Nexus 5.
However, my Nexus 4 experiences reboots with Android L and a friend's Nexus 4 outright powers down regularly.
That said, a bugfix Android 5.0.2 is rolling out to Nexus devices right now. So wait.
The answer to your question is no, the Google Play Store does not include a built in bug report feature.
In order to submit a bug report, you should first check the developer website to see if such a function is provided. If not, your best option is to email the developer or, if the issue concerns other users, post a public comment.
It does not appear to be possible to keep notifications from rotating positions on the lock screen in Android 7 Nougat. See explanation below, and the way to disable this action in Android Lollipop.
This appears to be desired behavior. See explanation below.
Priority notifications rise to the top. See http://www.greenbot.com/article/2854634/master-...
After doing some more research, I found a thread with a lot of users having the same exact problem:
Their solution is to use either Headset Blocker or Disable Autoplay apps. This seems to have sort of worked. Just make sure that taskkiller isn't disable either of these.
I am still experimenting on how to fix this issue...
Edit1: I still see the same ...
"Getting slow" can be caused by a couple of different things -- separately or combined. It could be an app hogging your CPU, or the system running low on free RAM. It's even possible that some service runs havoc, blocking resources (though this one would be a bit harder to track).
Easy tracking for beginners (and for free)
There are several possibilities ...
I updated the software to 4.1.2 and the problem has gone :-)
I don't know if the bug has been fixed, or the process of upgrading has corrected the faulty state the phone was in. I'll update this post if the problem comes back...
That's dangerously ignorant. I just checked today with a trustworthy site, and indeed, my Milestone² was affected as well. The source is known to be the stock dialer, so HTC phones are affected as well (at least unless they're running Jelly Bean already). I'd tell them to please give this statement in written form on company paper (with the HTC header), so ...
I had this problem recently with my milestone 2. Unfortunately I had to send it to service. Now it works, but whole touch panel was replaced with a new one.
Just to clarify my problems: right column of touch panel (above search button, btw it didn't work as well) didn't work for more than one month. In more extreme weather conditions (temperature below 0 ...
Note that my other answer is more of a workaround (but also something recommended by many even without problems) that is almost guranteed to fix the problem. This is a direct fix which will most likely work, but I can't say that with absolute certainty as I can't recreate the situation myself.
After some googling, I've noticed that your icon (as you point ...
I have discovered the solution (at least for my Nexus 7)! Here's what happens:
Tap Take Bug Report
Take bug report "take a while" popup displays - Tap report
After about 30 seconds, the words "bug report captured" appear for about 2 seconds on left side of the top manu bar (the one with Time and Wi-Fi and other icons).
An adroid icon then displays on the ...