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[Q] Can't update apps or download files on Mobile Data

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Default [Q] Can't update apps or download files on Mobile Data

I don't have data restrictions yet I can't download files from mediafire or update apps (as shown)
I have no problem browsing or streaming videos though
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(Last edited by fernandodistinto; 6th August 2014 at 03:33 AM.) Reason: meh.
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Do you have the right APN settings? is the problem only on google playstore? did u try rebooting your phone?

Maybe it's a mobile operator / data plan restriction... my data plan has 8GB traffic limit, once u reach it u can't download any more files (things like mms/social networks work but slowly)
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I am suffering this issue intermittently since upgrading to 108. I was going to start a thread of my own. I am trying various things to test and recreate the issue. So far all I can say is it may be related to Stamina mode, or an interaction between stamina mode and other battery saving apps/xposed modules, because of how they all work.
Sony Xperia Z1 running heavily customised Stock KitKat 4.4.4 (14.4.A.0.108)
Motorola Atrix (x2) running Nottachtrix 1.3.1 (DeBlur-ed, running Ubuntop v.1.1.1) and Neutrino 3.02
HTC Incredible S running VivoKat (ART)
Sony Xperia SP (LTE) (x2) both running heavily customised stock ROM (4.3/4.2.2)
Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 running CM11
Nook HD+ running dual boot (CM11 (ART) / Stock 2.2.0)
HTC Desire running RSK ORIOLA Xperia Z 3.0 (CM10)
ZTE Skate running CM10
ZTE Blade running CM10
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