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It's a software bug. Try reinstalling the app and it should fix the issue. Sometimes it's the network coverage as well. If the phone is between networks like connecting between Wi-Fi and cellular data it can do something like this.
I had the same problem and this solved it. 1.With the phone powered off, press the VOL DOWN KEY for 2-3 seconds, then POWER key, then release. 2.The device will display different BOOT OPTIONS Use the VOL DOWN Key to SCROLL to Recovery and VOL UP Key to select Tip: If the device reboots, you may have waited too long to make a selection, you will need to ...
Yes, you can achieve the desired result bu removing your SIM card and connecting your phone to WiFi. But using a SIM card and using only internet network and not telephone network is not possible.
Nightmare. I can't believe an Android phone would ship with such a bug. Bought phone at Best Buy, traveled to Europe, bought a local SIM card. All my Google contacts have + (country code) in front of them. I can dial numbers direct, but without the Plus Sign (+). I can't dial anything in my address book. Researched it and painfully so, I found a third party ...
It must be a problem with the ROM if it is not showing the app disabled through Settings app like this: (Click image to enlarge) Anyhow, if the Settings app doesn't show it then I see no way to solve this problem without root. If the following steps do not work then your ROM is faulty because they worked for CM13-snapshot in my Nexus 6. In case you do ...
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