I had that problem after I had the driver installed, on the tablet go to Settings/Storage on the top right click USB connection and make sure Mtp...
Go to settings/location and turn it off
Have you checked to see if you have the Metro Apn settings?
An easier step I found is to buy the app called Folder Mount from the Playstore, it lets you install something and move it to your SD card
I have a meenova adapter, its great but drains battery
I guess they fixed the root problem, I had tried a rooted ota and it seems to run smooth
Pac rom has update to 4.4.3 and Aicp will be soon within a few days or so
Oh okay, I have the wifi only model "Flo" but I'm hesitate to flash. I hear it breaks root.
I saw that it was posted have you flashed it? I'm hearing there isn't much difference
You could also just get a Chromecast and use Google's cloud for music via Google Play Music
They are releasing 4.4.3 today for the T-Mobile Nexus 5 and 7
Okay, if you could send me a link to the apk I can test it and provide logcats
True, whatever works for you :)
You can also use that with the ChromeCast.
I read that they released a secure browser to fix that bug. They are calling it safe browser.
I heard Google didn't want SD card slots on their flagship phones and tablets because they were trying to make it harder to root. But rooting is...
What happened to make this bootloop?
Do you have a test apk? I have an S3 but don't want to pay money for something I'll probably not use.
Yeah I know
Its a great thing that Nexus devices are 1: Easy to root and 2: Have a huge dev community. I have a Nexus 7 2013 took it home unwrapped it and had...
The Nexus is a great device but aside from the price tag and Google updated, I find myself wanting expandable storage via an SD card. But its a...
You could run Windows in a virtual machine on Mac and root from there
If your rooted I suggest xposed framework with greenify
You can use an app from the Playstore called Ubersync if you want your friends Facebook as their contact in your phone.