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I accidentally pressed the disable button on the stock gallery instead of the Force stop button. In Settings > Apps, the aplication moved to the end of the list of apps and says it's Disabled. The only non-greyed out button is Uninstall Updates. I have tried this several times, but it does not rectify the issue.

I believe the phone was autoupgraded from Gingerbread to ICS a long time ago if that is relevant. I have Quickpic installed, but there are no defaults selected.

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So the enable button is disabled? – Liam W Feb 9 '13 at 11:27
If it is as Liam just asked: Does the "enable" button stay greyed-out after a reboot? – Izzy Feb 9 '13 at 14:11

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