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Your screen shot shows that your not connected to Wi-Fi. It says you have to be connected to Wi-Fi to update.

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Originally Posted by Aerowinder View Post
If you didn't mod the system files then the original owner did. To resolve, flash stock factory 4.4.2 images. If you did a factory reset when you got the phone, and don't want to start over, flash the img files one at a time with fastboot (excluding userdata.img).

If you don't know how to do that, check out the stickies (I think in general). There is a very detailed thread there.
Did you not see on top right corner it says "via WiFi only"?

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Y'all are a bunch of smartasses.. Thanks for pointing that out..

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