How can I change the default location where camera photos are stored?
I remember I done it on my S2 but can't remember how
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I've got some troubles with my nexus 7 to unlock the bootloader. Everytime i've tryied I've got the message on my nexus 7 but then I've got an error on the command line and my bootloader stay locked.
fastboot devices command line send me back my device id so the driver work.
Do you have any tips?
Suddenly , my nexus 7 starts freezing then rebooting many times .. after waiting for few hours .. it goes to life again , then when i use it for about an hour , it do the same thing AGAIN !! Freezing and Rebooting , i entered the SAFE MODE and deleted the Greader (i thought that the problem is from it) . for now , everything is Okay , until i received the 4.2.2 Update , after updating ( the problem starts now) i went to settings -> about phone , and kept touching the ANDROID VERSION bar to see the Jellybean animations .. then the device turned off and never booted again
for trying to solve the problem , i removed the back cover to take off the battery and replace it again ( to check if the device was on , with black screen) but no thing happens .. and the Nexus 7 is still OFF
My Nexus 7 is stock. That is, no custom bootloaders, ROMs, clockworkmod, etc.
This morning I selected the notification to update to version 4.2.2 ota. I didn't pay attention to it for a few minutes after that, and the next thing I saw on the screen was a "dead" android with the word "error".
I held the power / vol- buttons until it restarted, but it wouldn't get past the flashing "x". I tried that a few more times, waiting up to 30 minutes, same result.
I figured out how to get to recovery mode, but since I don't have ADB installed and would rather not wipe the thing, I'm not sure what good that does me. (I have no idea what the clear cache option would do -- do I want to try that??)
Trying to do this:
Did nothing, except that now every time I go into recovery mode I end up with "no command".
I'm a noob -- I used to load CyanogenMod onto my Nooks using clockworkmod and a micro-SD card, but that's the extent of my "advanced" android experience. (I never could get ADB working with a nook, except through wireless.)
I got it working again. Through a very tangled combination of Wug's Toolkit and these instructions, I was able to wipe the device and reload 4.2.1. (Wug complained about the lack of ADB access and wouldn't complete the flash stock for me, but it was able to give me access to the bootloader through fastboot.)
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