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So i found the solution, at least for me. 1. Go to the Google+ app on your phone 2. Go to setting in Google+ app 3. Click on contacts 4. Click so the "Keep contacts up to date" check box is selected. 5. Check my local profile (Me).
I think for starters you should back up any important files from the card, and then re-format it, wiping it completely. I'm not sure if it'll work, but it should trigger Android to recreate what it needs to. After that, you can copy any old data back to the card.
Mobogenie has been updated so users can decide either if they want to install our software or not. This solves the issue of consider Mobogenie as a spam software and focus in our content. Glad to have a further discussion to solve any remaining doubt.
Sorry to bump this up guys, but I think I got the solution to your problem, l0b0. I chanced upon this post while trying to solve the same problem faced by l0b0. I'm currently using Samsung SIII, and I synced my phone contacts to my gmail account. The birthdays of my contacts appear 3 times, with the same colour (under "My Calendar" in Google Calendar app). ...
I tried several screen changers. The one I like best is: Resolution Changer May not work on X86 though.
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