In doing so, they also kill the application's time updating process, that is why a lot of users experience time freezing problems.If you are using such an application check if it is possible to add the Transparent clock application to the white list (or the exclude from auto-killing list) of the related program (check the settings).) Anyway, Store is one of the apps and after updating it ... 'crash' (probably just an app shut down, not really a crash) - you have to go back and update the rest. Zen UI also comes with Asus-made apps preloaded like Zen Link (PC Link, Share Link, Party Link & Remote Link) The Zen UI made its debut in Asus Zenfone Series, Asus Memo Pad 7 (ME176C) and Asus Padfone Mini (2014).Before Zen UI, Asus made a front-end interface for Android phones and tablets called ASUS Wave Share UI.
The troubleshoot simply couldn't find any issues to solve.
, Android Marshmallow 6.0 is the single most widely used Android version running on 26.3% of all Android devices accessing Google Play; while Lollipop, if minor versions are combined, is operating on 34.0%.
I do not know how, but clock from my lock screen disappeared.
But please note that probably, this will only work for ASUS Zenfone 2 series. And if you find that this trick is also work on yours, please let me know by leaving a comment below!
🙂 All you have to do to get back the clock widget on the lock screen is changing the theme of the phone screen.
You might also try going to the Store (beta) and signing in. Eventually you get a list of apps that need to be updated. There is always the WSreset and the re-register apps routes, but uninstall / reinstall seems to be the most consistent ...