I need a serious advice from android experts. When I was managing my apps space in my android phone, I accidentally crashed all inbuilt google apps like google account manager, google play services and all related apps of google. If I open any regarding app of google like play store, a popup showing google play not responding properly and google maps not responding properly. This is my problem so please help me to solve my problem.
Its is not necessary to fully wipe the phone. You can go to app manager and reset all google apps to their factory states and update them once they are functional. This is only for not working apps in case you did not get stuck during rooting. If in case you tried to root it, then try unrooting and rooting again and if this does not fix the problem, then do a factory reset.
Just wipe dalvik cache and you're good to go. Fixed it for me though.
To do that follow these steps:
Turn off your device
Press on/off button and volume button down on the same time (volume up/down varies for every device)
You should come into the bootloader menu, go down to recovery
Once you're in recovery, you'll go to the wipe tab and select "wipe dalvik cache"
Eat a cookie and be happy with a working phone again
Try a restart. It will restart the Google Apps too, which might help.
I'M NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANYTHING THAT HAPPENS TO YOU WITH MY INSTRUCTIONS
Here's last resort if my answer or the other answers don't work -
Method One: Do a factory reset
Go to Settings > Backup and reset > Factory data reset and click RESET PHONE
Method Two: Get a custom recovery (if you don't have one already) and flash GApps
Flashing recoveries can be difficult for a novice, but if factory resetting doesn't work, then this is what you have to do.
Find out what your phone model is, then find a guide online.
Once you're done with that, boot into your new recovery if you haven't already.
Since you probably have adb configured on your PC at this point, if you have TWRP, tap Advanced, then ADB Sideload.
Click this link on your PC to download GApps. Based on your Android version (most on 5.0, but tell us to make sure) and architecture (most on ARM, but tell us your phone model just in case) and download the file. Once downloaded, rename the file to gapps.zip
Now, inside of file explorer, go to where you've downloaded the .zip. DO NOT EXTRACT.
Once done, reboot the device. You're done!
Once again, I am not responsible for what happens on your phone with this method.
If you cannot find a
gapps package for your device, and clearing data on "Google Play Services" and "Google Account Manager" doesn't work,
Your last resort would be to do a Factory Reset:
- Backup your data manually, by copying your pictures to your SD card or computer, then using the
adb backupcommand if you care about your app data. If you want to keep your text messages, export them via SMS Backup & Restore if your Messaging app doesn't have a built-in backup function.
- Go to Settings.
- Then scroll down and click on "Backup and Reset".
- Uncheck Back up my data and Automatic restore.
- Press "Factory data reset" and Confirm
- Wait for device to reboot