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Every time I boot my phone it gives the error message android.process.media has stopped unexpectedly. Why?

I am using 4.0.2 on my Galaxy Nexus.

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Everybody (should be) up to 4.0.4 by now, if not 4.1. Is this still a problem? –  Al E. Sep 21 '12 at 18:39

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First I'd Fix Permissions on CWM. No help? Then try this:

Settings > Applications > Manage Applications > Then make sure you look under the all tab. It is called Google Services Framework and you clear the data for this one and cache for market.

Go to “Settings” Unplug your device from computer. (If Plugged in.) Choose “Manage Applications” from the list. Select the “All” tab. Scroll down to “Market” and select it. Tap “Force stop”. Tap “Clear cache”. Tap the Back button. Scroll up to “Google Services Framework” and select it. Tap “Clear data”. Tap “OK”. Tap “Force stop”. Start Market. At the “An error has occurred” message, tap “OK”. Hold your power button to turn off your device from the menu. Turn your device back on. Start Market again, and the problem should be resolved.

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I tried this and it dose not seem to have resolved the problem. I still get the error. –  Anders Apr 24 '12 at 16:09
    
Do wipe data/factory reset and wipe cache in CWM. If that doesnt solve the problem flash the firmware once again –  Ruben Roy Apr 24 '12 at 16:36
    
You can factory reset even from the stock recovery. BTW who said a word about custom ROMs? –  Ruben Roy Sep 28 '12 at 17:16

The process name implies that it is related to sd card. Fat file system is very old and unreliable file system. Android stop app to prevent further damage to your data. Solution: Eject microSD. Insert in card reader, plug to PC. Run chkdsk i: /f /x, where i- drive letter for your sd partion in windows. Chkdsk shall find and fix problem. Problem solved.

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