I'm using updated Ubuntu 12.04 64b with unity, and im having some problems with the window managing buttons and themes. Everything was fine until this week when i rebooted the system and when it booted the upper panel of every app was wrong (default theme instead the theme that i was using, wrong font and buttons are on the right side). It only happens on windowed-mode.
I have a tablet that was marketed by simply tablets, I have had it for about a year and it has worked great, until two days ago, then all of a sudden I get the start screen that says simply tablets and that's it, if a tablet has no reset button and no volume buttons, how can you do a hard reset?
So i have a problem with the phone I bought from Ebay. (go figure) Half-way through the day today, my volume up, down, and gzone buttons stoped working. I am not sure why.
At first, I thought it was hardware. I opened up the phone and put in some really old volume buttons form one of my former phones.
I have a cheap generic Android tablet (a Groupon special) that won't boot. My theory is that the storage is full because this happened to two different tablets after installing apps. update: I learned how to use adb to remove apps and this problem persists.
It gets to a Android logo screen in the boot process and hangs there. The only hardware buttons available are the Power and Volume buttons.
So I purchased a motorola xyboard from my boss. He never used it and offered it for 80 bucks. So I'm like sure we'll I did a factory reset on the device. Worked fine just a little twitchy. So I did like 3 software updates. After the third one it put itself in a boot loop.
I have a Galaxy 10.1 tablet. It started doing a firmware update last night, this morning when I checked it there was a blank screen, I tried re-starting a few times and it was stuck at the Samsung startup screen.
I then tried to do a factory reset using the volume/start buttons, now it is still stuck on a blank screen???