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Old January 3rd, 2014, 08:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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My Asus Transformer TF101 is regularly displaying a message on the lower right line that it can't download a file, or that it has just downloaded a file.These files were downloaded some days ago. How an I tell if it is actually downloading, and if so, why, or if it is just displaying old messages, again, why?

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If it's actively downloading a file, there will be a notification with an animated (constantly moving) down pointing arrow.

As to why they sometimes show old notifications, dunno. All of my devices do that from time to time. It has never bothered me enough to expend the energy to find out why it happens.
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