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The issue happens with an incorrect HTTP header. If the request has the right Content-Type header: application/vnd.android.package-archive, the APK will be installed correctly.


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The simplest thing I can think of is to open the file you want to save as source code, which you can do from Chrome Android by prepending view-source to the URL, like so. view-source:https://my-site.tld/xxx/my_page.html You can then either copy and paste this code into a local file, or use the share button to open it with a compatible app of your choosing. ...


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It seems like for Samsung devices the image download servers are available but there is no user interface to select an image for download. According to XDA blog there is a new Python based command-line tool that allows to search and download Samsung factory images: https://github.com/nlscc/samloader As the download information and the firmware images are ...


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(This could be an off-topic answer. I'll delete it if you're not satisfied) I would suggest you to use New-Pipe app. It has a ton of additional features than youtube like download mp4, pop-up, video in background, and above all NO ADS. Give it a try.. You'll love it


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Android usage Linux based kernel and security, so every app runs in its own sandbox. Although storing app specific files depends on the developer most of them store in app specific folders which again can either be accessible by user or not. If you can't find any app specific folder created on your sdCard(external storage) look for /Android/data/...


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If you switch from Wifi to cell phone network your public IP changes and therefore seemless handover without interrupting a download is not yet possible. There is a standard that is designed to allow such a seamless handover between e.g. Wifi and cell phone, it is called "Mobile IP". Effectively it works a bit like a VPN. No matter what internet ...


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I had the same issue and Odin firmware flash did the trick. For the next unlucky soul to stumble on this thread for help I'll add some more info. Download Odin - https://samsungodin.com/how-to-use-odin/ Download Firmware - https://www.sammobile.com/samsung/ - make sure to download the files for you phone and more specifically your carrier! For some reason ...


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If you happen to have Android version above 5.1 and familiar with command line interfaces, then you could use termux. It has a built in binary wget to basically download anything. Just put wget https://whateverlink.exe and it will start downloading it. All you'll be needing is the link to download the file you want to download. The built in download manager ...


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The Download manager is just a viewing app for seeing all downloads you have done clearing it or forcing it to stop will do nothing(it will just clear the app's data and cache) You might want to try clearing cache of chrome app since that's the app you used to download the file by going into Settings -> Apps/Installed apps ->Locate Chrome app -> ...


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