You can perform an Acer laptop recovery without CD or DVD disks if you need to.Some models of Acer laptops and computers will allow you to run a system recovery from the recovery partition without having to use the CDs.If you are looking for solutions to your own #Android issue, you can contact us by using the link provided at the bottom of this page, or you can install our free app from Google Play Store.
This may be necessary if you never received the recovery CDs or never got around to making a copy of the recovery CDs for your Acer.
You will need to make sure certain settings are correct in the BIOS before proceeding.
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As you upgrade to Lollipop, certain sets of data may no longer be relevant or may have been changed, resulting to slow loading app problems or freezing. Clearing the cache partition will not delete any personal data so it’s perfectly safe to do.
Your device will automatically create a new cache as you continue using it.
Alternatively, try to contact their developer if you can’t find any way to update them.
Do a factory reset Updates sometimes don’t go as planned due to many reasons.
This is one of the main reasons why so many people found Android Lollipop to be very problematic when it was released on November 2014.
If you have certain apps that are not working properly after an OS update, be sure to update check their own updates as well.
An effective way to fix post-update problems though is by ensuring that you reset all software settings back to default by performing a factory reset.