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The answer is that the date/time settings were incorrect. The device had been off for so long that the clock had reset. Once I set the correct date and time the Market app ran normally.


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I was getting this error constantly today, so I went to Settings → Applications → All → Voice Command. From there I clicked Force Stop → OK then Clear Data → OK. Then I relaunched the voice command by tapping the microphone button on my Google search widget. The Voice Command worked perfectly, and I haven't seen the error message in ...


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Finally found the answer. I had four Google accounts - one of them could not sync because it required domain policy to be enforced, and I hadn't allowed that. I connected the tablet to my laptop and used adb logcat to see what was being logged when the error was displayed: I/GLSUser (28125): GLS error: DeviceManagementRequiredOrSyncDisabled ...


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If you go into the Calendar app and press the Menu button, then select Settings you should see an options at the top for Calendars this should show all of the individual calendars on your device that are being merged together into the Calendar displayed. The top one is probably My Calendar then below that should be an entry for your GMail calendar, then ...


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For now, you can disable voice commands from Settings->Applications. I am sure it is a Samsung server issue.


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That means something's wrong with the package setup. For your reference, here are a few links with more detailed information: android duplicate provider authority - Stack Overflow Android duplicate provider authority problem - Stack Overflow Angry Birds Seasons Summer Pignic Now Available | AngryBirdsNest (search for "duplicate provider" on this page, ...


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Uninstalling all Play Store (Market) App updates fixed it for me. Go to Settings -> Applications -> Manage Applications and uninstall the updates from the Play Store App. This will leave you with an older version of the App, which is probably named "Market". Then you should be able to install or update Apps. After a while the Play Store update will be ...


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This happened on my Nexus - you just have to reboot your device, and the Icon will show up. Most likely Niantic changed the Launcher activity, so the short cut is no longer pointing to the correct activity, hence the error message. Rebooting the device/restarting the launcher, and then re-adding the home screen shortcut will fix this.


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It seems error 923 is related to the whole process of downloading, cache, storage, installation, etc. People get it most often in Google Play, but sometimes also outside of that. Most suggestions how to fix this come down to: Settings > Apps > Running > stop all (Google related) running services Settings > Apps > All > Google Play Store > ...


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Remove and add again your Google (main) user account. This should do the trick.


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The hub's power should only go to the hub's slave ports, not through the master port back to the phone But even if the hub uses an odd design, the most it would do is feed the phone 5V and however much amperage it will accept, same as with any bog standard wall charger. So in short, there's no risk to your phone.


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This is a symptom of a programming or integration error in the custom ROM. System UI is the name of the process that draws things like the soft home/back/recent buttons and the notification tray. When this process crashes, the soft keys and notification tray, along with anything else it's responsible for, will stop working. The error could be in their UI ...


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I had the same problem where settings would keep on crashing. I just got the snapshot today and it did the same thing. After experimenting I fixed it by going in the app drawer and holding on setting, opening its app info, and clearing data. It now opens and works well. I hope this helps.


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Why are you doing it that way? Not surprised that the app that was downloaded failed to work! Android 4.0.4 has native screenshot facility in place - hold down Power button and press the volume down key simultaneously. A screenshot will be captured and stored on /sdcard/Screenshots


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If you as a user experience such crashes, and want to help the developer to get them fixed, you can use tools such as aLogcat (free) - logcat or Bug Reporter to catch a log of what happened: While aLogCat allows you to restrict the log closer to the crash event (by letting you define what to capture), Bug Reporter enables you to send other useful ...


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Hurrey! After quite a bit of research I am now able to answer my own question. I was able to clean install Jelly Bean (in opposite to the usual method of upgrading) using official images posted by Google. This obviously solved the issue. Here are my instructions how to do this.


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I had this problem once and it was because I was running DroidWall and I forgot to whitelist the Market app.


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You will know if the kernel has hung, the led light stays on and not go further. As for your question, you need to be more clearer and specific as we do not know and since you posted a similar question before. You have not stated, what device is it, what android version is it, what kernel is it, all those are left out and thusly playing a guessing game ...


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As per this thread, it's related to Google Currents. Either disable the automatic syncing feature of Currents or uninstall Currents completely to get rid of this error. I don't think it's a "bad" error though and should not cause any other problems (such as battery drain, etc.)


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Clearing the cache worked for me. settings / applications / manage applications / google play store and then clear data.


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Apparently some custom ROMs do not come with any Google services and to fix this you need to flash gapps using a program such as Clock Work Mod. This page has a link to download gapps.


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According to the list of status codes at Wikipedia, a 504 error means the following: 504 Gateway Timeout The server was acting as a gateway or proxy and did not receive a timely response from the upstream server. In other words: the culprit should neither be (on) your device, nor (at) Google Play -- but in between. A thread on the Nook forum ...


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Seems your application points to the app location which was altered or moved with the update. To solve this, simply delete the existing shortcut icon (by dragging it on to the bin icon which appears after a long press on the shortcut) Then create a new shortcut icon for the application through the customizing menu. (which appear after a tap or with the ...


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What is a force-close? If an application encounters an unexpected state or some other programming error, it will issue an force close. In most cases you will be presented with a form that allows you to send log files and the cause of the force close to the developer. Doing so will help the developer to fix the bug. First aid if it happens rarely, you ...


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I found that most of the time such type of problem are solved by this link. STEPS : (for Windows specific instructions): Ensure phone is not connected to PC. Uninstall KIES from PC. Reboot your PC and Reinstall KIES after that. Just for great measure... open KIES, go to Tools | Troubleshoot connection error. Follow instructions and wait for it to finish ...


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Google Play Services provides a "backbone" of sorts not just for Google apps but other apps as well. This is part of the way that Google is letting users and apps get to more "modern" Android features without having to wait for carriers to update their version of the OS. I'm guessing that the phone you're using didn't come with Google apps installed. See ...


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This error has been noticed recently. The other day, I was trying to update the Samsung Push app, but it kept on failing. So, I just kept trying to update it, despite the frustrations. Eventually, it updated successfully. Maybe it's just a Google Play issue. Update 2013-08-13: From Al's comments, Google has officially recognized this issue, as is in fact ...


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An I/O error may be indicative of filesystem corruption. If your device has a removable SD card, try removing it, putting it in a PC, and running a filesystem checker on it (such as fsck on Linux).


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EDITED 01/30/2014 If you clear the data for Google Services Framework, you can force the OTA update to start again. There are a few downsides to this, but with a brand new device, you can safely clear the data and perform the OTA update. Old Answer... As deailed in this question, you can download the 4.4.2 image directly from Google and install it on ...



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