By now you’ve probably heard about the problems plaguing the iPhone 6s after Apple released iOS 7, which forced users to download an app.
Now it looks like you won’t need one either.
As it stands, Android 4, version 4.3, is the official release of Android and Apple have not yet officially patched or released an official app to the OS.
As such, many Android users are still having problems getting their phones running the latest version of the operating system.
The latest version is 4.4.4 which is an incremental update that includes the latest Android 4 operating system and brings some fixes and stability updates.
But the version number and release date of Android 4 also change depending on which version you have.
For the iPhone, Android is running at 4.1.1 which is the last major version update to Android, according to the Google Play Store.
In addition, Google has also released an unofficial version of Android known as Android 4 Jelly Bean, which is also compatible with the iPhone and Android 4 devices.
However, there are still a few caveats and some issues remain.
Here are some of the most common problems that some Android users face.
As the Android 4 version is still in testing and it has not been officially released, we have only provided a list of some common problems and steps to solve them for you to try.
If you’re using a newer version of iOS than iOS 7 you can install the latest iOS 7 to Android 4 and enjoy some major speed gains.
But it is still a good idea to backup your data before you update your device and if you are upgrading to Android 5 or higher you can use iCloud Backup to make your data safe and easy to restore.
If your iPhone is stuck on the dreaded “Not available for your use” message then you can try following these simple steps:Launch SettingsSelect About phone and scroll down to About this deviceSelect Software updateIf your phone is still stuck on this message, your next best option is to restart the phone and try to get the phone working again.
If everything works fine, then your phone should be working fine on Android 5.0 Lollipop.
If it’s not working at all, you can also download the latest update from Google Play and try again.
You can also manually restore the data by copying the backup file from your iPhone to your computer and then launching iTunes and deleting any files you don’t need.
To check if your iPhone has started working again, open the Settings app on your iPhone and tap on General to open the System Information section.
Then scroll down the left-hand side and tap the Troubleshooting tab.
Tap the “Start over” option under the Troubledata section.
If all the troubleshooting options are successful, your iPhone should now be working again with a much improved battery life.
As of now, the Android 5 update for the iPhone is already in beta and users can download it from Google’s Play Store now.
If Android 4 is still not working for you, you may want to download the unofficial Android 4 KitKat update which will bring some new features to the iPhone as well as some fixes to some of these problems.