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Question by : How do I cancel or stop my android samsung galaxy s phones updates?
While I was shopping in my android market place, I hit “update all downloads” now it’s pretty much frozen up my phone and I cannot get it to cancel. I do not need or want the updates right now, I’ve turned the phone off, even taken the battery out and I cannot forceclose this! Please any suggestions?
Answer by Kevin Mason
I have the same phone basically mine is a Galaxy S 4G but your best bet is to try to turn the phone on an maybe use task manager to stop the market place app,but if all else fails take it back to your phone company an say there’s a defect in the software or something along those lines.I suggest this because I had the same problem a while back..
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Question by Jon A: How do I cancel service on an iPhone while still keeping the phone?
I want to cancel the contract I currently have with AT&T, but I want to keep the phone I currently have, without the contract. I called AT&T, but they said that to cancel the contract I would have to return the iPhone, since I unlocked the iPhone, I need to keep it. How am I meant to cancel the contract?
AT&T said to cancel the contract I would need to return the phone.
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Verizon was originally planning to stock a Nokia Windows Phone 7.5 device in the January timeframe, according to at least one source familiar with the company’s plans. The Nokia device, codenamed Om, was canned by the US carrier following concerns over Windows Phone’s lack of Verizon LTE support. Although it’s not clear whether there were additional issues, Nokia’s Lumia 900 launch with AT&T’s own LTE network may have contributed to Verizon’s decision. Microsoft’s retail stores were poised to stock the device in January and early February, but Verizon appears to have placed its Windows Phone plans on hold until later this year.
Verizon is now expected to stock at least one Windows Phone 8 device, thought to be a future Nokia handset,…
Question by Adam: Can you cancel active downloads on windows 7 phone marketplace?
i just got my windows 7 phone and when i downloaded Hydro thunder Go it stopped downloading at 25%. I just want to cancel it and let my other apps download. plz help me on how to do this!
Answer by Dsa Singh
Always keep window 7 updated for best relsults. Deatils for updating windows can be found at http://www.magghu.com
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It seems that RIM might have gotten the memo that consumers aren’t exactly flocking to the BlackBerry Playbook. The same site that broke specs about the 10-incher a few weeks ago is now reporting that it’s been axed. Like killed dead.
Apparently development resources are needed for RIM’s next big project: A QNX BlackBerry superphone. Said phone doesn’t have a release date code name or any details just yet. Chances are the way RIM is going right now, this so-called superphone might be their last chance to at glory.
Either way, it’s probably best for RIM to stop developing another product that will likely meet the same fate as its predecessor. The Playbook hasn’t found many fans although the company keeps rolling updates. But as HP is soon going to find out with the TouchPad, producing a good product is only part of the equation anymore. You need a robust development community, dedicated fans and a well-made product.
Given the one-size-fits-few nature of most audio products, it’s good to have choices, and Sony happens to have two new pairs of headphones designed for very particular segments of your life. If, say, you’re a traveling music lover who doesn’t happen to have the disposable income to obtain Sony’s premium $ 300 MDR-NC300D noise canceling buds (which the company claims filter out 99 percent of noise), you’ll find a cheaper alternative in the new $ 70 MDR-NC13, which only make a estimated 87.4 percent of background distractions go bye-bye. C’est la vie. If, on the other hand, you need to throw sound from one end of your mansion to the other for hours on end, the MDR-RF865RK wireless headphones might be the wide receiver you’ve been dreaming of — Sony claims they’ll play audio up to 100 meters away from their dock, which provides up to 25 hours of playtime after a 3.5 hour charge. No price or availability for the wireless cans, which were just announced in the UK, but you’ll find the NC-13 on sale at Sony’s online store right now. PR after the break.
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It says the data plan is required or else you can not buy the phone. Can i just buy the phone with the data plan at my next contract renewal and then cancel the data plan, or will the phone not work anymore? (I know the internet and e-mail wont be able to function)