The only time i get the weather to update is to uninstall and reinstall the application.
Take for instance the #Samsung Galaxy #S4, this Android smartphone which was once a flagship model has access to the Google Play Store which has more than a million apps available.
Most of the apps available here are free while others come at a premium price.
I had tried several different ones and after a period of time, the widget would stop updating or responding to the manual update input from touching the widget.
I could delete the widget from the screen and then readd it back, however, this did not resolve the issue.
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We however ask that when you do contact us try to be as detailed as possible so that an accurate assessment can be made and the correct solution can be given.The only thing that seemed to work was restarting the phone.Well, I knew there had to be some type of culprit to blame for this behavior.Android’s operating system has its own native handler for assigning RAM to apps and making sure that all of it is being used in the most optimal way.In fact, Android purposely tries to keep apps loaded into RAM for better performance. On mobile devices, every bit of speed is critical for a good user experience, so keeping apps in RAM is actually a good thing.I have the app and widget set to 30 minute updates.