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Right off the bat, you need an active internet connection to download any software update on your device. In a case where you have an insufficient/expired data subscription, you won't be able to download the software update.


Based on the type of update you have, it comes with huge files. Therefore, to avoid exhausting your mobile data over an update, we recommend you to update on Wi-Fi. Moreover, s0me phones may not let you download updates on mobile data, so ensure to connect to your Wi-Fi if you want to download the update.




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Just like downloading your normal files like videos, songs, documents, etc., downloading a software update requires sufficient memory on your device. Do you think you have sufficient storage space? You might be getting it wrong, software update doesn't download/install on your SD card, and it requires free space on your internal storage.


This may also work in this case when you're not able to update your phone. All needed from you is just to restart your phone and try installing the update again. To restart your phone, kindly hold down the power button until you see the power menu, then tap restart. Otherwise, many smartphones also let you restart your phone by holding the power button for about 8-10 seconds. Let your phone restart fully and then try downloading/installing the software update again.


If you've paired your pen, you can check this in your settings. Select Start > Settings > Bluetooth & devices , then find your pen to see the battery level. If the battery is low or doesn't have power, you may need to change or charge your battery. For more info, go to Change Surface Pen batteries.


If you've paired your pen, you can check this in your settings. Select Start > Settings > Devices > Bluetooth & other devices , then find your pen to see the battery level. If the battery is low or doesn't have power, you may need to change or charge your battery. For more info, go to Change Surface Pen batteries.


For info about charging and battery status, check the Battery icon on the right side of the taskbar. Look at, or hover, your mouse over the Battery icon to view your battery status in the desktop notification area. You may see a symbol over the battery icon that provides more information about the current charging state. Select the section below that best matches what you see on your screen.


Surface is designed to work best with the included power supply, which makes sure your Surface is receiving enough power to operate the device and charge the battery. See Surface power supplies and charging requirements for more info.


If the Battery icon has an X over the battery on the taskbar, your Surface detects the power supply but can't detect the battery. If your Surface turns off when you unplug it, go to Device service and repairs to start a service request.


If the battery icon doesn't have a charging, or lightning, symbol over the battery on the taskbar, even when the power supply is connected and the power connector light is on, your Surface does not detect the power supply and is not charging the battery.


If the battery icon has an exclamation symbol over the battery on the taskbar, it indicates that Surface is receiving power but it is not enough to charge the battery. Surface is designed to work best with the included power supply, which makes sure your Surface is receiving enough power to operate the device and charge the battery. See Surface power supplies and charging requirements for more info.


For info about charging and battery status, check the Battery icon at the right side of the taskbar. Look at, or hover, your mouse over the Battery icon to view your battery status in the desktop notification area. You may see a symbol over the battery icon that provides more information about the current charging state. Select the section below that best matches what you see on your screen.


Surface is designed to work best with the included power supply, which makes sure your Surface is receiving enough power to operate the device and charge the battery. See Surface power supplies and charging requirements for more info.


If the battery icon shows a power plug and a red X, your Surface detects the power supply but can't detect the battery. If your Surface turns off when you unplug it, go to Device service and repairs to start a service request.


If the battery icon doesn't show a power plug on the taskbar, even when the power supply is connected and the power connector light is on, your Surface does not detect the power supply and is not charging the battery. If your charge is below 10 percent, a red X will appear.


I saw that Shovel Knight was on sale, and knew my 3DS was low battery and I wont have my charger untill after the sale ends. So I added the funds and went to buy it, but it wont allow me to even purchase the game on low battery. Is there any way to purchase and wait on the download on low battery?


Note: If you are using USB Type-C charging, please ensure that the USB Type-C port on your computer supports battery charging and power delivery for your laptop. If you are unsure about the functionality of the USB Type-C port, you can refer to this article to download the user manual specific to your computer model: How to search for and download user manuals.


The current design of ASUS Notebooks come with built-in RSOC (Relative State Of Charge) and the purpose is to prolong the overall lifespan of the battery. The description below can explain this phenomenon:


Please make sure whether you set up Battery Health Charging in MyASUS (for some models, the Battery Health Charging is a separate app). In order to protect the battery, Battery Health Charging allows you to set your battery's maximum power of ROSC (Relative State Of Charge) which helps extend the battery's lifespan. Here you can learn more about the introduction of ASUS Battery Health Charging.


Your charging case has an LED indicator on the front of the case, which shows charge status of the case or glasses. When you open the case without your glasses inside, the LED will show the charge level of your case. Green means that your case has over 80% charge and orange means you have less than 80% charge. If you see red blinking, this means your case is out of battery.


When you open the case and your glasses are charging inside, the LED will show the charge level of your glasses. Red means the case is out of battery or your glasses are not charging, green means that your glasses are fully charged, and pulsing orange means your glasses are charging. If your case is plugged in, the LED will remain on. If your case is not plugged in, the LED indicator will show charge level for 8 seconds.


PowerPower on: The notification LED blinks white for about 12 seconds, then turns green for a couple seconds to let you know your glasses are ready to use. Wake: The notification LED briefly blinks white then green to let you know your glasses are ready to use. Low battery: The notification LED blinks orange 4 times when your glasses have low battery. Shutdown: The notification LED blinks red 4 times when your glasses are about to automatically shut down when battery runs out, they get too hot, or too cold.


Even though we love what Monterey has to offer, there are a few issues. We explain how to solve macOS Monterey downloading/installing/not booting problems, as well as how to deal with Mac misbehavior after the upgrade.


I have an iPhone 6s running on iOS 10.3.3. Whenever my battery gets to about 40% my apps stop working on me. I cannot retrieve any information from apps (ex. messenger, instagram, twitter) and it is just in a constant refresh. Also during this time my phone won't be able to make or answer facetime calls. When my phone battery gets to about 30% my imessage stop working and all my messages send start sending as SMS text. This happens whether I am on my networks data or wifi via home, school, or others. AS SOON as I plug my phone into the charger or portable charger everything starts working again.


If you optimize storage on your iPhone, iCloud Photos only keeps thumbnail versions of each picture downloaded. To look at photos in finer detail, or to use them with third-party apps, you need to download and keep the original photos from iCloud instead.


On your iPhone, go to Settings > Photos and choose to Download and Keep Originals. This should make your iPhone start downloading every photo from your iCloud Photos library. You can follow the progress of these downloads in the Photos app itself.


Open Photos and go to the Photos tab in the bottom-left corner. Scroll to the very bottom of the screen, where you should see a message saying how many more photos are waiting to download.


The following recordings are the series of beeps for both a successful program and a failed program. Please listen to the sounds, then try downloading a test program to your Edison to confirm the program is being successfully downloaded.


To be sent to the Edison robot, your program must be compiled by the Edison compiler. The Edison compiler can create two types of outputs and automatically chooses which type to create for you based on the type of device it detects you are using (such as an Apple tablet or a Windows laptop). If your programs are not downloading successfully, you can manually switch the compiler output type. You can find step-by-step help for how to do this on page 8 of the Getting started with Edison guide.


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