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No, there is not. The Google Account system in Android is an all-or-nothing setup. If the account is configured on your device, and a Google app supports it, then it will be listed as an available option, even if you turn off syncing of that component in the settings.


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Instead, immediately after clicking the magnifying glass icon, and before typing in your search, you must then click the small telephone handset icon to search for a contact to call or text. Then, enter the name to search. This will then search your own contacts list and show your contacts with their phone numbers.


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It turns out that this issue is due to the restricted background data setting. Navigate to Settings -> Data Usage Find the following apps and make sure "Restrict Background Data" is switched off: Hangouts app Google Services Google Play Store


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Just add a new contact in your phone's contact list and then it will be available in Hangouts. :-)


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I booted to recovery, wiped the caches, flashed a version of gapps for 4.4, then flashed the latest version of gapps then won.


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On android kitkat: long click on the hangout app and drag it to app info. Click on turn off. To enable the app again: go to home, press menu (bottom)/ select manage app /go to tab: turn off


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I had to change my router settings to enable IPv6 in order to get push notifications to work again. Some networks without IPv6 have been unreliable.


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It looks like GCM Push Notifications don't work with IPv6. I disabled IPv6 entirely in my router and now everything is fine. Though IPv6 was enabled for the past two years and I didn't have any kind of issue. Let's hope a Play Services update fixes it.


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When you are connected to Wifi on a Lolipop device and you turn the screen off and leave it for a while it will go into really deep sleep. When you turn the screen on again, for a split second youll see the wifi icon being activated (you really have to be sharp eyed to see this), meaning Wifi was turned off all together. However, there is an app on the ...


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what worked for me was simply logging out of google and signing back in. from the apps>google>settings(the three little bars in the corner)>accounts and privacy>sign out. then go back to this setting after restarting the phone and log in. This worked for me YMMV



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