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in TWRP go to advanced > terminal, then create /cache/recovery with mkdir /cache/recovery solved the problem for me


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Most likely the destination phone number is formatted wrong, which can happen particularly when importing contacts via third-party tool. In this particular case, I used My Contacts Backup for iOS to export my contacts to VCF, then imported from Gmail. In the process, some numbers were wrongly formatted as +61 0 4xx when they should be just +61 4xx, causing ...


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It seems error 923 is related to the whole process of downloading, cache, storage, installation, etc. People get it most often in Google Play, but sometimes also outside of that. Most suggestions how to fix this come down to: Settings > Apps > Running > stop all (Google related) running services Settings > Apps > All > Google Play Store > ...


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I had the same problem where settings would keep on crashing. I just got the snapshot today and it did the same thing. After experimenting I fixed it by going in the app drawer and holding on setting, opening its app info, and clearing data. It now opens and works well. I hope this helps.


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You guessed correctly. It is a mismatch between the build fingerprint mentioned in the build.prop file in the system partition and the build.prop file in the vendor image, specifically the ro.vendor.build.fingerprint key. As fas as I know, that happens when the vendor partition and system partition were built separately from different builds or versions. ...


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What you need to do is remove Crypto on Data To do that, in TWRP Settings Format Data Type "yes" Done


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Here is a method that you can do without whiping, Boot into TWRP Recovery Mount System ( Mount → check System ) Advanced → File Manager Browse to /system/priv-app/Setup-Wizard Delete it


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Try with an ext4 partition. From www.link2sd.info/faq. I had the same issue and this fixed it.


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I noticed when clicking report that the issue was a permissions issue. using adb shell dumpsys package com.google.android.setupwizard you will see two lists related to permissions, one requested permissions, and one install permissions. Comparing these lists, there were 8 items requested, but not installed. I fixed this using: pm grant com.google.android....


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I have never encountered this specific error before, but you can find it among a list of common Play Store errors compiled by enthusiasts* on XDA. They have 4 recommendations for the 911 error: Method 1: Clear the google play store data Method 2: If you are using a wifi connection that requires a webpage login, then your authentication has probably expired....


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I had the same problem. All you need to do is back up all your data using Samsung Kies 3. Download it from their website (Samsung.com). Then do a Factory reset. Once reset is complete on your S4 you will now be able to Edit the APN. If you have a contract with a provider ask them to send you the settings and your Internet data will work. Mine is now working ...


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I had the same error and did some research on it. Here is what I could find out. This error seems to be a little mysterious as it comes and goes. I've tried many things from several forums but in the end, waiting solved the problem. It just disappeared from one day to another and I wasn't the only one experiencing this phenomena. Some even say it's a ...


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Hope this will help someone. In my case I was trying to upgrade the app (currently installed on device) which has Target SDK 23 to the app (newly uploaded app in play store) which has target sdk 22.


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Make sure in Settings > Developers Options you have enabled USB Debugging (now called Android debugging) and under Root access you have selected Apps and ADB. Connect the USB cable to a computer that has adb installed and working (assuming it is available in PATH). From the terminal run: adb root adb shell 'pm disable com.google.android.setupwizard' If you ...


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I tried all the solutions listed here, and in my case they didn't work. Removing the setupwizard alltogether did work, but it also broke multiuser functionality (apparently the default user gets created in the wizard, and without the user you can't create more users!). Also the home-button and square-button didn't work at all. So I decided to flash the image ...


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From a software standpoint, there are many types of errors. All errors should have the ability to be handled as to let the application remain running, but sometimes there are errors that are uncaught. The developer is responsible for catching the errors or handling things to not allow errors to occur. However, there are some things that a developer is not ...


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! discovered MP4 videos from an external sources sometimes have too high of resolution. You need a converter (many free versions on-line) to reduce the size to an acceptable size.


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I had this problem with videos that used to play and then simply don't anymore. It's not your video player or the video format, its something screwy with Android's file system. Solution: Download Rescan Media app from Google Play store. Install and run, but do not enable the auto-close feature; just run it then minimize. Your files should play now.


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EDITED 01/30/2014 If you clear the data for Google Services Framework, you can force the OTA update to start again. There are a few downsides to this, but with a brand new device, you can safely clear the data and perform the OTA update. Old Answer... As deailed in this question, you can download the 4.4.2 image directly from Google and install it on ...


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A Solution On reflection, my thoughts were 1) this seems like a software problem, possibly malware of unknown origin and 2) it seems to be interrupting the power-cycling of the phone. Therefore, before committing to sending the phone out to either HTC or Vodafone to look at, i tried my own hard-reset of the phone. Without access to remove the battery, i ...


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Welcome to Android Enthusiasts! There can be many reasons for a {service has stopped} error. You can actually use aLogCat to view device logs. This will help you better understand what's actually going on with your device. It is difficult to pin-point an issue like that with Android because of its very nature. We can all have the same devices but have ...


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Just clear data and cache of Settings application under the phone by going into: Settings >> Apps >> All >> Settings >> Clear Cache, then Clear data. It should be working fine after doing this.


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Download the stock Rom and re-flash Here is the link: http://firmwarefile.com/symphony-w25


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I would start by holding all three physical buttons for a full 3 minutes (phone switched off) to fix battery logic problem. this resets the battery logic on some phones and how the battery talks to the software to let it know how much power it has based on the voltage. After that start the phone (may take some restarts ) and charge the phone Next, ...


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It's a virus/maleware. Sources that describe very similar situations: http://forums.androidcentral.com/ask-question/658156-apus-du-battery-saver-virus.html https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!topic/nexus/7XbiK-frhVA It sounds like it's actually a really old scam (this may be a newer variant of it) Here's a story from 2011 that sounds like the same ...


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To give a view of why it is impossible for an app to diagnose much less than fix battery problems, a little background is in order Battery houses a sensor/chip that is responsible for monitoring vital parameters like temperature, voltage, NFC etc. This information is conveyed to the OS through one of the pins that makes contact when the battery is in ...


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It should help to reset again so the Setup wizard could be reinitialized and completed successfully. I've had this problem several times flashing ROMs and booting after installing GApps without clearing the data partition. Follow these steps: Do a factory reset, by booting into recovery. Steps: Power off your phone. Hold “Volume Down + Power” for at-least ...


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I don't think this phone model on this Android version can be rooted using any one-click method, especially those using apps! Those apps/softwares seem to since from android 5 (Lollipop). You can still try the desktop version which I doubt will succeed. Only Chainfire's rooting method can work. Works on every Samsung devices I had to root. The method ...


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It's simple - you chose the wrong recovery -the one you linked to is for Huawei P9 lite Your device doesn't have an official TWRP but has a unofficial TWRP linked here TWRP meant for one device model cannot be used for another. Period That's exactly what the other answer was saying. Please take the trouble of reading the relevant forums in XDA to be ...


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Alright everyone, I have managed to solve the issue. If you find yourself in this same error, visit this site to know properly how to fix your SAMSUNG device. In short, you need a PC running a Windows OS, a software called Odin(v3.07)[used by SAMSUNG internally, so its legit] and the original stock firmware. Download the proper combo( country-region and ...


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