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Google app is supposed to be built into system/app I wonder how you managed to uninstall it, unless you have root access. Anyways! What you can do is Download the stock firmware image for your device from the vendor's site and flash it in your device! All the things will be reverted back to default and normal !! I don't know which Xperia you're using with ...


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You will have to flash the whole Gapps(Google Apps) package of the same version. This happened to one of my friends. He switched to a Custom ROM and flashed the newest Gapps Package he could find. This is the only solution by now. Older devices have this problem because of the newer frameworks of the application. As you're using Android Ice Cream Sandwich ...


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ShutApp ShutApp is an Android app I developed for rooted devices that will automatically mark your muted WhatsApp chats as read and prevent them from jumping to the top of the chat list, so that you don't have to leave those annoying groups. You do need a rooted android device to use the app, though. That's because the app needs to be able to modify ...


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My "solution" is freezing Google Play Services 9.2.56 with the disadvantage that some Apps relying on that service will not work anymore. Restore to the previous 9.0.28 version does not solve the problem, because it will automatic be updated to 9.2.56. I tried to find a way to contact the Android developer team at Google, no success.


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Ensure that you have a fast and reliable internet connection. If that doesn't solve the problem, try clearing App Data Settings->Apps->WhatsApp Messenger->Clear Data Hope it helps


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In the specific case of using Honda Connect (Android device) this problem can be fixed trough Honda Connect WiFi / Bluetooth settings. This form (NOT Android Bluetooth settings) allows to change the pairing code. After this maneouvre (and a soft reset if required) the bluetooth pairing will be completed succesfully without pairing code request.


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Turns out there was much more to unmount beyond /mnt/sdcard. Through ADB (and rooted) I unmounted /mnt/sdcard/.android_secure, then /mnt/sdcard, then everything under /mnt. Then I was able to partition my SD card. I hope someone can make good use of this thread one day!



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