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According to this page you can obtain your provider settings by sending an SMS with just the word "Five" to 2211. Most providers have a number you can send text messages to in order to receive the settings again. If that fails, you can try to manually configure your access point to use the following data (taken from this page): Navigate to Settings > ...
Don't worry, you should be able to get out of it. It can commonly happen among Android users when a certain key combination is pressed on accident. You can refer to this link for causes and fixes: http://www.smartmobilephonesolutions.com/content/phone-stuck-in-emergency-mode
Root your phone first. On GB, there are thousands of root exploits, but I recommend Framaroot as it is PC independent. Once it is rooted, use Flashify app to flash CWM recovery.
Switch off your phone.Charge it to full.Then remove your battery and leave it untouched for about 2 - 3 hours.Then put the battery and try switching on.If this does not work try flashing stock firmware.
You can manually uninstall the app with steps below: ROOT IS REQUIRED I am not responsible if you damage your phone, just follow steps below and nothing will happen. Download a root file explorer like Root Browser from the play store. Open the app. Go to /data/app/. Delete the apk of the app. Check if also a directory of the app exists in /data/data/. ...
To confirm - this has been resolved in later Android versions. The wife has a phone with Android 4 and I can use my Google Account that does not have Gmail attached. On my phone (Android 2.3.5), it requires I use a Google Account with Gmail user id.
(At least in some phones, for example LG G3) there's an option for this: Settings / Networks / Call / (select Common if this is dual SIM device) / Call reject. You can select Reject all calls in Call reject mode to reject all calls automatically.
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