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Okay, got a bit carried away in Root Explorer and deleted GTalk. Cant access Google Play. I tried reinstalling versions online, those crashed instantly. Then, i grabbed my ROM zip and pulled out Talk.apk and put it into system/App and installed it. Google Talk doesnt crashes anymore, but play still does. Any ideas? I am using a Virgin Mobile WFS.

Sorry for the lack of ' characters, my autocorrect on my phone is being weird.

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Have you tried clearing Google Play cache and data? –  Lie Ryan Apr 7 '12 at 8:05
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Try re-installing Google Play. You have managed to remove and re-install google talk, try doing the same with google play.

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I was just browsing around for this issue and found this,

    I had exacly the same trouble with Google Play and I have managed to revert it 
    back to original working version of Android Market. In Options (Android system   
    settings) go for Applications. Choose Google Play. Clean cached data. Remove this 
    application. After these steps Google Play dissappeared from my droid and I could   
    put back Android Market icon onto my desktop and I can use it for installing new 
    programs. 

Link to source : Link to forum

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