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@Jeffrey Lebowski the cache is used for storing shell script like commands file while rebooting to recovery mode to do a particular task (eg. Data Reset) if you shrink it too low it would never be able to store these scripts And as per as I know Google's Play Store to temporarily storage is in the Data Partition I maybe wrong though


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Do other websites load normally? I guess they do. Hence, this is a probably a problem with the website, not with Chrome or Android. Be patient and try again later. Re: About it working with Chrome Beta, it could be any number of other factors related to the website other than Chrome.


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Open Kingroot, go to Purify. Click Tools at the bottom, then Bloatware Remover, then tap the little picture of a man and bin in the top right corner. This will allow you to undelete system apps. Cheers!


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I tried calling on my Galaxy Note 5 and had same problem with all numbers. I rebooted phone and it started back working.


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Try clearing the cache and app data. Go to settings --> app manager and find google chrome. Then force stop google chrome and try again. Try installing Google Chrome Beta (Could be a bug in the current version) As @TamoghnaChowdhury said, it could also be a website or internet problem if it doesn't load on other phones.



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