There's the Playsearch website which allows you that without having to install anything beforehand:
Playsearch website, your criteria marked (click image for larger variant)
In addition to what you asked for, you even can specify how long ago the last update should be at maximum, what size the app should have, what Android version it should support, how ...
Usually if you long press on the downloading item in download manager there's an option to delete it, thus stopping the download.
If this doesn't work you can clear the Download Manager's data.
Settings -> Apps -> All Tab -> Download Manager
Here press force stop, than clear data. Now reboot.
Not sure with native Google Playstore, but you could use Yalp or a fork of Yalp, Aurora (F-droid link), it has many search filters e.g for ads, gratis, number of downloads etc..
Aurora Store is an alternate ( FOSS client) to Google's Play Store, with
an elegant design, using Aurora you can download apps, update existing
apps, search for apps, get ...
You can copy the videos from this app's location in /data/data/org.coursera.android/files/courkitDownloadedVideos/ if your device is rooted. It could instead be found at: storage/extSdCard/Android/data/org.coursera.android/files/Download/ if you have an external SD card.
On an un-rooted device, you can use adb backup function to backup the app and its data ...
There are multiple possibilities for this. One is using the appropriate counter-parts from the µg project (pronounced "micro-G"; formerly known as NOGAPPS) – in this case Phonesky (the inofficial Google PlayStore Client) or BlankStore (same thing, basically). Each of these two would run directly on the device, no Google-Apps required (hence the name "NOGAPPS"...
Clearing downloads will only clear it from the list of downloads.
To delete files that have been cleared from the list, you would need to do so directly from the SD card's download folder, either with your computer or using a file manager like Astro.
The app downloads the videos to /data/data/org.coursera.android/files/courkitDownloadedVideos/ instead of the standard user space of /sdcard/Android/data/* and even worse yet, the files are named file2.mp4 file3.mp4 etc. making it difficult to figure out which file is which course. I personally find this very frustrating as I would love to stream the videos ...
Okay I have found a third party app that lets me copy everything from Google drive in one easy step - Astro File Manager - it's a free app on play store, works brilliantly for this as you can select everything in the drive and simply copy it over to your SD Card.
This app will also work with dropbox and other cloud services.
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 "...
You can alternatively use the browser and go to [drive.google.com/] and run the site in desktop mode. There, you can use the bar that's just under the search bar. Once you have navigated to the desired folder, go back to the bar I mentioned before, and tap your folder's name in the bar. After doing so, you will find a dropdown menu that will have options in ...
Yes. You can take either of the following two approaches:
Use tubemate. With this app you can browse YouTube and download the video just like you would download from websites like keepvid.com.
The latest version of YouTube allows the videos that you opened or YouTube thinks you'll watch or have added to watch later queue to be downloaded in background so ...
I've struggled with this same issue, though in my case I wanted to save a Text file (.txt) that I had open in the Chrome browser on Android 4.4.x (Kit Kat). After reading this and other questions posted I realised that neither Chrome, the Google applications, nor the standard Android tools would allow me to simply save a Text file from a URL.
To save a ...
It depends on game. Some games allow you to download the data off phone and extract it to your SD card at the said location of the game instruction. I remember doing so for few games myself.
If the game instruction doesn't have anything like that then you've to manually find out what file it downloads from where and put it in relevant place in SD card.
If you root your tablet, there are reverse tethering apps that will allow you to use your PC's net connection via USB. One of the apps in the Play store is free, and another offers a free trial, so you may give them a try. It appears this working is hit or miss, but since this is a Nexus device you may be in luck (being vanilla Android, not some carrier or ...
As of December 2012, I don't see any way to get something like "Save link as" option in Firefox for Android. However, in some cases clicking on a video link automatically starts downloading the video, but in most cases it starts playing them. Best you can do is to request Firefox to add this feature. Meanwhile, you can try an alternative browser that has ...
Unknown Sources simply means applications that are not downloaded from the Google Play Store. Even if you put your applications on Amazon App Store or other alternative stores, your users will have to enable Unknown Sources.
You can't change this behaviour, except maybe by modifying Android's sources, but I'm sure you don't want to.
To quote Izzy,
wget usually downloads to where you called it from – unless told
otherwise using the -O parameter. So you either first cd to the
desired directory – or try something like wget -O
In your case, this directory is /data/data/com.termux/files/home and, as it's inside /data, only root ...
You can download the documentation of Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0) by the SDK Manager.
SDK manager-->Android 4.0.3 (API15)-->Documentation for Android SDK
It will download all the documentation in <android-sdk>\docs of your PC.
Apologies for resurrecting an old thread but I just had the same problem of needing to stop a download and solved the problem by activating Aeroplane Mode.
A less invasive solution and more easily reached in the UI - for anyone else ending up here from Google (like I did :-))
Manually moving files as suggested by Michael above works (I use Ghost Commander on my device), but today I found the Amazon MP3 Mover app.
It automatically moves the files to the folder you specify on your SD card as they download and then the Amazon MP3 player app (or Apollo or whatever else you might use) finds them in their new location.
I just ...
It does not work / has limited support with Third-Party applications.
Have a look at the following article by Samsung on their homepage:
What is the Download Booster and how do I enable it on my Samsung Galaxy Alpha?
It seems like that the download booster is only available when downloading via the integrated Browser / Samsung Apps / Google Apps.
See this ...
According to a Google I/O '18 talk Google Play will download all "typically used languages" and retrieve others on demand.
In the rare case, where a user switches to a new language that we weren't aware of before, Play will dynamically deliver relevant splits to their device. (https://youtu.be/0raqVydJmNE?t=13m9s)
I prefer to block ads using the free Blokada app from F-droid instead of searching apps without ads.
It works when using apps, browsing (and more), and it makes using Android definitively a far better user experience.
(I have been using it both in our Xiaomi phones and our Samsung tablet).
Blokada efficiently blocks ads, tracking and malware. It saves ...
in your android browser long click on MP3 file link or any audio link and click on Save Link. It will be downloaded to your phone and it will be stored in download folder in your sdcard.
Hope it will help you.
The stock browser on Android gingerbread has this limitation (see resource download_not_acceptable).
It is possible to download more file types with a an alternative browser (ex: Opera mobile) or a download manager.