• First is make very sure you've free space of memory. My One Plus handset makes this behaviour when it is near to 'out of storage'.
• Second is make sure you have not deleted any root directory by opening file manager with some specific app explorer. (This might create problem as once i meshed up with those folders and end up tolerating crashes.)
• Third ...
Assuming that you are using a Galaxy Ace with Android v2.3 (Gingerbread), I suggest you to use an application like 3G Watchdog or Onavo Count. But if you are using a Android phone with Android v4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) or higher there is a built-in option in settings menu called "Data Usage".
Everything you need to know about rooting and installing custom ROM on your phone.
a. Rooting for 2.2.1:
Turn on your phone
Enable Debugging at Apliccations>Programming
Connect your phone into PC via cable
Launch Super One Click 2.3.3
Wait until the program will root your phone
When the process is complete turn off SOC and unplug your phone
Plug it into your computer and see if by some offshoot chance you have adb available. If so, run a adb -d reboot-bootloader to reboot into download mode.
If that's unavailable, you are SOL and will have to have Samsung repair it. Honestly, if it's hard bricked, you're better off buying a new phone...
As Ross suggested in his initial comment on the question itself: contact photos for SIM card contacts are not supported; so if you store that contact on SIM only, it will not be possible to link an image to it.
You could however have a copy of that contact stored either with your Google contacts or the "local" ones (which do not get synchronized). Some ...
problem happens when 2-step verification enabled to google account.
to solve this first of all disable 2-step verification method if possible, then try to do so-
on username write as
make sure your password is correct (maybe)
You can try to resolve your issue by below ideas.
Your device may not support the quality in which user has recorded that video.
You need to clear cache memory of phone, or reboot your phone.
Size of video is so large, it will be unable to view that in your net speed(2G).
You should try deleting the app and re-downloading.
You need to use Link2SD to actually move the app to the second partition. If you simply use the built-in Android way of moving it to the SD card, then you aren't taking advantage of Link2SD at all.
In Link2SD, you can select apps and move them to the second partition. You can even set it up so that any new apps installed will automatically be moved over. ...
From your answer (phone charged again in a few minutes) I'd say there is a problem with either your battery capacity or your battery stats (either the phone thinks the battery is empty while it isn't, or it thinks it's fully charged when it's not (and so it's emptied again very quickly).
The screen is always a big battery consumer (I never seen it under 40%...
If you are using the built in Wifi Tethering in Settings, then Android might have automatically misconfigured the iproutes.
You can try clearing the data on the tethering app and settings to refresh the configuration. Open Settings -> Applications -> click Settings -> Clear Data.
Same procedure for the tethering app, Open Settings -> Applications -> ...
According to this old XDA post it's the same as the S5830. I'm not really sure though, you need to investigate this on your own if have doubt. Note also, that your S5830 is a legacy device and only really runs Android 2.3 well.
So you could either follow CyanogenMod's installation instructions for the S5830 or search the S5830 section on XDA here.
Note: If ...
I have experienced the same issue on my Galaxy S2(Android version 2.3.5). It was cause by Youtube, not the call app. When I saw the log related to youtube, I tried to start youtube by touching its icon, but it failed to start. You can try to see if you can start youtube now.
Then I went to "Settings/Application/Manage Applications" and found "Youtube". ...
To hard reset samsung galaxy ace,
Turn off your phone
Press and hold volume up, home, power button at the same time.
The Recovery appears, use volume up/down to navigate, power to select
Navigate to wipe data/factory reset and select
Navigate to Yes - delete all user data and select
And now resetting... (Make a backup of your phone first)
Navigate to ...
Don't you have a Clear button in the top right corner?
This is what it looks like on my HTC Desire running Android 2.3.3.
What happens if you press and hold the voice mail? Do you get a menu to clear it out?
Tapping the notification dials the voice mail inbox, right? Unless you can tap and hold it to get a context menu from where you can remove ...
If an installation fails, the downloaded .apk might still be left in /data/local (where the Playstore app downloads it to). In that case, a simple boot should clear it up.
As your device is rooted, you also could use a file manager to check that location, and manually delete the corresponding file.
One more hint: To avoid the "insufficient memory" / "...
Setting the correct System date and time.
It turns out authentication requires establishing a secure connection with Google’s server. The SSL certificate contains a expiration date which would be compared against the system date of the Android system. If the system date is too far in the past or in the future, the validation would be failed, thus the ...
I've checked the settings in my devices as I knew I've seen it somewhere.
On my Tabbies with 4.1.1: nothing found.
My Wildfire with 4.0.4 running CyanogenMod 9.1 has it in the Audio/Tone menu as Vibrate on touch
my Milestone 2 (CM7.2/Gingerbread) has it at the same place as haptic feedback
LG Optimus 4X (aka LG-P880) running stock 4.0.3: Again same place, ...
Yeah, I had a similar problem with my Samsung Galaxy Nexus after downloading some apps I had developed without testing them on an emulator first (whops). Take a look at this question:Phone restarting over and over after rooting Samsung Galaxy Ace S5830i. I know there is not an accepted answer but you might have some luck with it. I had to reset mine and that ...
Have you heard of plan b ?
Plan B is your last resort to find your missing phone. This is the
first and only 'find my phone' app that you download AFTER you've
already lost your phone. Having Lookout on your phone is the best way
to protect your phone and find it fast, but use Plan B if you have
already lost your phone and didn't have Lookout ...
If I remember correctly, the Samsung app store required me to install 3 updates before I could use it when I bought my Samsung Galaxy S2. I browsed it once and then never looked at it again because it hardly has any interesting apps. So if I were you, I wouldn't bother with the Samsung app store update, just use Google Play.
I have installed an app called Battery Plus from the Play Store. It is incredible. Works great on my Android. It really reduces the battery consumption, and I can also kill the unwanted apps running through this app.
This happens to myself, you would have to turn the device off several times whilst your USB is connected and just wait for it to stay turned off, once its turned off it will not turn back on unless upon reconnection. It's a very old phone and is not a good phone so this is why it's like this. I wish there was a better resolution myself but after browsing the ...