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Rooted phone OS Update Failure


Thursday 07th of July 2011 / android.net
I bought a used Nexus One on eBay.It is Rooted and runs very good.I know nothing about a Rooted phone but understood that I would have to install updates myself.The apps I have installed update automatically. The OS will not.It has Android version 2.2 installed.Now and then the phone does try and automatically up date itself to a new OS but always fails. During the auto OS update I get the following screen messages: Build: RA-Nexus-V1.7.0Finding update package...Opening update package...Verifying update package...E: No signature (8 files)E: Verification failedInstallation aborted I've gone to several Nexus One on-line forms and learned how to manually up date to the latest Android OS version.Trying several times (each time downloading a fresh install file) I always get the same results - Installation aborted. Here's the screen messages I get while trying to do a manual update. Install: Update.zip? Install from SD card...Finding update package...Opening update package...Verifying update package...E: No signature (226 files)E: Verification failedInstallation aborted Can anyone me o
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9.7" HD Touch Screen Google tablet (Android OS 2.2 Kernel 2.6.32 build 1.5.1)


Sunday 08th of January 2012 / androidtablets.net
I boughy from China a 9.7" HD Touch Screen Google tablet (Android OS 2.2 Kernel 2.6.32 build 1.5.1).Device has 4GB built in storge,front camera, back camera, WIFI, Micro SD Slot supporting up to 32 GB, transfer box (two USB slots + ethernet interface), and support 3G external network cards from Huawei).The user manual is labeled MID Tablet PC but exact model is unknown.I used tablet for couple of days.Now when I start it, Android animated log show up, get hands, legs, head out the body, then move up in the screen before moving down to the center of the screen and keep rotating over a spacecraft forever. Any idea about the tablet model?How can I recover back it operational?
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Looking for a Generic Android OS manual


Thursday 24th of March 2011 / androidtablets.net
I have a Pandigital Novel 7" Color Reader (Canadian ver running OS 1.5)I now have a Coby Kyros MID7015A OS 2.1 - Rooted & with Google & Market installed.I have noticed that both OS levels are generically the same in function. The Manual I received with each device focused only on that devices abilities as sold by the vendor and I believe you are not given half of what is available. I have been looking for a generic manual that describes all of the Android functionality such as taking back-ups (total OS /Data) as well as the new command sets as the OS matured to the present 2.3. What commands are available when using a terminal emulator etc.I know the new one is 3.X but I have heard that it is a much higher level than the 2.X series.There are all kinds of manuals for Windows, Mac's, Unix-Linux etc but I can't seem to find anything on Android. I am not a developer and I am not interested in a technical manual on Hacking. I would just like a general overview of what each new OS level brings to the table and the common interfaces used to achieve the standard functions. I am
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Android OS Program Causing Battery Drain and Overheating - Page 2


Monday 06th of September 2010 / droidforums.net
Who that has a clean install and is not running a task killer is have battery issues? I got the FRG01B update OTA and it was not running real well. So I did the large file manual update and things improved. I took the FRG22D OTA and phone is fine. I did download the large file FRG22D file just incase I want to do a manual update with that full install. I am becoming to believe that large file manual updates are cleaner than OTA updates. Chris
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Android OS - having high data usage


Wednesday 23rd of May 2012 / androidforums.com
I recently purchased the One XL and the device is great but I noticed its using an insane amount of data in certain applications with just minutes of use, I was in my Faceback app and did a manual refresh, looked at a few posts, went back to my "Usage" section and I've used near 2mbs in just under a minute. So I tested the YouTube app, played a video (turned OFF HD). The video was only 3 minutes, went back to my Usage, the youtube app itself didn't go up much at all, but the "Android OS" category went from maybe a few kb to 16mbs, becoming my highest used item as far as data is concerned on the list. Something is going wrong, at this rate I'll gobble thru my alloted data in no time, I've went thru a few other forums and saw people wth similar issues with different devices on different carriers. I've turned off the "bankup data" setting as well, still using an insane amount of data in a short amount of time. Any suggestions?
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Android OS manual


Thursday 30th of September 2010 / androidforums.com
I just got a new Verizon Android by LG and it came with no manual.I mean there was something, but it was so basic, that it was practically useless.I kind of learned how to move around things and how to make it work, so now I have some concept how to work with my phone. However, there are some things I cannot figure out. Is there a manual how to navigate and customize the appearance of the OS?For now I have two simple questions:1. There is a system bar with some icons on the top of the home screen. On the left there are three icons: (a) one red with a white person in it, (b) one with a sheet of bent paper going into something, and (c) one I don't get and which came up right now - red phone handle and a white arrow bouncing of it. And the last one is puzzling me, because it just came up.Is there a manual that explains all that? Another thing - I am getting beeps every once a while, telling me that something is happening. I look - sometimes it's a missed call, sometimes a notification on Facebook, sometimes a new message, and sometimes it is something I have no clue where to find it.I r
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Post here if you want to help a first time Android User


Thursday 03rd of June 2010 / forums.androidcentral.com
Keeping my blackberry, but going to be my first Android phone. I've barely even played with one! How long will it take me to get profecient with the EVO. I know miles will vary by person, I'm a phone junky and feel pro with the blackberry. Should I have the getting started and user manual memorized by tommorow? Does the manual not do anything for the true power of the EVO and Android OS?
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Update Galaxy Note 8.0 N5100 to stock Jelly Bean 4.1.2 XXBMF1 OS


Wednesday 19th of June 2013 / feedproxy.google.com
You can learn how to manually update your Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 to stock Jelly Bean 4.1.2 as the official XXBMF1 firmware has been made available by Samsung. So, if you rather use a manual method for applying the stock Android OS on your Note 8.0 N5100 (instead of OTA apply the same), then you should follow and complete the present guide. Also, this tutorial will be more than useful for those who have rooted their devices but now needs to revoke the root access, as by flashing the stock JB 4.1.2 XXBMF1 software you will be able to relock your tablet and also to restore its warranty.Therefore, this is an official operation, though it is the manual method that can be used when trying to update your Android device to latest firmware. As mentioned, during the following lines we will be checking how to install the stock Jelly Bean 4.1.2 XXBMF1 software on your Galaxy Note 8.0 model number N5100, so try not to mess things up. This guide is compatible only with the mentioned tablet so be careful in what you do.Also, as already stated, if you have recently rooted your handset now you can e
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Install Stock Android 4.4.2 XXU1ANAI KitKat on Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 T320


Monday 24th of February 2014 / feedproxy.google.com
Samsung released the Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4, a powerful Android device that is running on Android 4.4 Kitat OS. Anyway, even though the tablet had just been made available, Samsung already pushed out a new OTA update, dubbed as XXU1ANAI. The firmware brings Android 4.4.2 OS to the Tab Pro 8.4 and should be installed especially if you want to receive the latest stability improvements. Now, by using this step by step guide you can learn how to manually flash XXU1ANAI Android official update on your Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 model number T320.As you might now, the OTA releases are being pushed out in phases or gradually. That means that not all the Android users will receive the firmware at the same time, while some might not receive it at all. In that matter, a manual update method is more than recommended. Also, a manual update procedure can be used each time you need to go back to stock Android OS – you can do that for unbricking your phone, for restoring it to factory or default restrictions, or for regaining the lost warranty, so this tutorial should be bookmarked just in case.Anywa
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Update T-Mobile Galaxy S3 with UVUENC2 Official Android 4.3 Firmware


Thursday 20th of March 2014 / android.gs
A new OTA has been rolled out by Samsung and T-Mobile for the Galaxy S3. The firmware is dubbed as UVUENC2 and represents a minor Android 4.3 Jelly Bean improvement. I know that it is not Android 4.4 KitKat firmware, but if you want to update your T-Mobile Galaxy S3 with a stable, fast and smooth Android OS, then official UVUENC2 Android 4.3 software should be perfect for you. Now, if you haven’t received the OTA by now, of if you can’t flash the same, then use this dedicated step by step guide and learn how to manually install stock UVUENC2 Android 4.3 on T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S3.Being an official firmware, the UVUENC2 Android 4.3 update can be safely installed on your T-Mobile Galaxy S3 by using this manual procedure. The process is similar with the OTA method as the same UVUENC2 OS is being applied in both cases. Thus, this manual operation is official meaning that you will not install a custom ROM. Also, there won’t be used unofficial, custom or risky apps or programs; moreover Odin will be required, the tool being developed and offered by Samsung and used especially on t
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