ES File Explorer has support for several cloud storage providers. It allows to "copy" folders from your dropbox folder to your SD-Card etc in a similar fashion as you would copy files locally. The "Network" Tab allows you to add an account.
• 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 ...
I found this somewhere -- and it works for me.
Here is the solution that worked perfectly with me:
the problem lies in the DHCP settings of the ADSL router.
FOLLOW THESE STEPS TO SOLVE THIS PROBLEM.......
Login to your router and go to DHCP settings (for belkin its 192.168.2.1) and find the item called leasing time. The default values of the leasing time ...
As we already have a lot of related answers to similar questions, just let me sum up here:
As said in my above comment, the screenshot does not provide much information without having related details available. All it says is: The overall battery consumption after ~14.5 hours is shared 50:50 by "Phone Idle" and "Cell Standby". Let's assume the battery level ...
Have you tried plugging in the charger? or else plugging in the charger and while plugged in, remove and then re-insert battery. Some phones tend to start up in that manner.
Also if you can connect via adb (even if your phone is powered down), the adb devices followed by adb reboot ought to start your phone. If you're rooted, there are apps like Quick ...
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".
Here is the solution that worked perfectly with me: the problem lies in the DHCP settings of the ADSL router.
Follow these steps:
Login to your router and go to DHCP settings (for belkin its
192.168.2.1) and find the item called lease time. The default values of the lease time is usually Forever, which produces a bug in Android. All you have to do is ...
It's not easy to know, but:
Check that the IP address configuration is correct.
DHCP is properly configured, if needed.
If you can't connect, try to change the security of your Wi-Fi...
Check if the MAC access is enabled.
You certainly can upgrade your OS, although the process isn't without risk.
There's an entire board devoted to the Galaxy Ace at xda - here's a good post which should get you started. From the quick skim I've done over a few posts there seems to be a massive warning of not to use ROM Manager (a popular tool in the ROM community) as it'll brick your device....
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...
According to the CyanogenMod Devices Overview page the Samsung Galaxy Ace is not supported by CM9 and CM10. The download page for the Galaxy Ace only has CM7 ROMs and the links for CM9 and 10 lead to their Google Plus post about not supporting first generation Snapdragon devices past the CM7 branch. That post can be seen here.
It looks like someone may have ...
There are plenty of solutions available on the Google Playstore -- just search it for "headset control. Having a Philips headset, I use their Philips Headset and am really satisfied with it: One tap = pause/play, two-tap = forward 1 track, 3 tap = backward 1 track. Long-Tap (hold it) = volume up, tap and then long-tap = volume down... Most of these apps ...
If the download is still in process, click the Notification, select the download and Select the 'Cancel' button.
If the download has finished, then reboot your device.
You can clear un-sent message notifications by clicking the notification.
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)
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.
Replacing will probably work. However adding or removing files might not, Flashable Zip's need to contain a script which tells them what to do (in this case: installing, moving, copying files) You need to change these scripts to your desire, I don't know much abou that but XDA-Developers has a lot information about it.
Another Problem might be some sort of ...
Do not know if you got it sorted but I had the same problem and did this:
Tap Settings > Wireless and Networks > Mobile networks > Access Point Names
Then tap on one of the relevant APN's pertaining to your provider, such as, for example O2 Mobile Web (Pre-pay or contract)
Set the APN Type to 'internet,mms'
Tap on Menu, tap on 'Save'.
Back out of the ...
You could try to boot your Ace into "safe mode", as described e.g. in the article SAFE MODE On Samsung GALAXY ACE:
Switch off the phone by pressing on the Power button.
Turn the phone back on, while it is turning on press and hold the Menu button.
Continue to hold the Menu button until you see the Home screen. On the home screen you see ...