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It is probably an issue with the dictionary. It probably has a lot of words in it and is taking time to load before the keyboard is displayed. Clear the dictionary or back it up if possible.
Have you ever did any flashing on your previous phones? If you did, try flashing the official factory images from here.
I have not really tried this, but a possible approach would be following the steps a custom recovery would perform when installing ("flashing") the .zip file – which can be found in META-INF/com/google/android/updater-script (after extracting the archive). For the Kitkat GApps archive, this looks like: ui_print("Installing files..."); ...
Download an app lock application from Google Playstore. And lock all the apps you don't want your friends to use. App Lock link
The Cause of the Problem The cause was that googles play store wishlist has a limit placed on it. The Limit is 100 (The info was gotten from Google Support) The Fix (Very Simple) On The Phone: Open the Play Store app. Go to the menu, My Wishlist, and tap the three-dot menu on the item. Tap "Remove from wishlist" on the menu that shows up. Or ...
Try these: Clear the Cache on your Android device To fight the No Connection – Retry error message on Google Play Store app on your Android devices, try to clear the Play Store cache since this could be a reason of this error of repeatedly getting this network error message. To do this, go to Settings > App, scroll down to All apps and finally to Google ...
Try the following. Launch Google app Tap Menu icon on left Tap Settings In Search & Now section tap Voice Tap Hands-free Adjust your misbehaving settings
Well this happened to me when I used to install apps from playstore using a slow internet connection. For this I used to get the error notification in the notification bar. I used to long press the notification, goto app info, and 'Clear data' there. This used to work for me as playstore again syncs once opened. U can try if it works but recommend you not to ...
You can install ApkTrack from F-Droid which checks periodically for updates to the installed applications. It uses multiple sources for checking if the applications have an update. Just install it, open and tap on refresh button.
The same thing happened to me and here's what worked: Go to Application Manager and keep rolling right until you get to the "Turned Off" header. My Google Search was there. I simply had to turn it back on and then it appeared back in the widget options and I was able to pick it up from there and move it to the home screen.
Here's one way that you can try and remove the Google Play Services dependency using Lucky Patcher. Install lucky patcher (a simple search should give you it), give it root permissions, and then you can do one of the following next: Create a modified APK file which has the dependency removed Or directly patch the app Creating a modified APK file Open up ...
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