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It's like the new windows. You reboot.Bob
Solution: i went to Settings->Application Manager->All tab. I scrolled to the bottom. Download Manager was diabled. I enabled it.
I had this problem this morning,thank you for helping ,that was what was wrong
Settings/Application Manager...there's no such thing on any of my android devices. I saw this suggestion elsewhere too. But it just doesn't exist.
On one machine it was as noted. You bring up a good point. Should each poster/member add the disclaimer this varies with the OS version and model?Bob
I had this problem tooo..& it resolved. Really helping. Appreciate for da info
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