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TL;DR On turning on pops up "google play services has stopped" and on clicking ok it pops up again after 1/2s so i cant do anything then 1click at a time. Also my account isnt in google play- it asks for new account.

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Samsung S3 I9300.

Had Omnirom. With TWRP did a backup 2 months ago. Tried Neatrom and now i wanted back my system with Omnirom with all backup. So i did clean restore of both System and Data. Clean cache and dalvik cache, Restart, 5min loading and then problem.

On turning on pops up "google play services has stopped" and on clicking ok it pops up again after 1/2s so i cant do anything then 1click at a time. Also my account isnt in google play- it asks for new account.

  • Try clearing the cache in TWRP. – Celeritas Apr 14 '15 at 6:19
  • Updated that cleaned cache as allways – Kangarooo Apr 14 '15 at 6:23
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I had a similar problem with my OnePlus. This helped:

  1. Go to “Settings”
  2. Select “Apps”
  3. Swipe left until you in the ‘All’ column
  4. Click on the 3 dots in top right
  5. Select “Reset app preferences”
  6. Reboot phone
  7. Reselect preferred launcher

via http://blog.forret.com/2015/06/getting-rid-of-google-play-services-has-stopped-on-oneplus/

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  • Wow. Actually I didn't wanted to clear all settings so I cleared then just that proves settings and cache of Google Play Store and Play services, so one of them clearing helped. Change solution to that and it's accepted! Also if that won't help for some maybe they need also to clear some more or all. But for me only one of these 2 clearing helped! – Kangarooo Jun 10 '15 at 20:36
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Uninstall Google Play Services with for example titanium backup and then reinstall Google Play Services from Google Play.

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  • Not easy. Slow process couse keeps poping up that error. But why did it actually happen is it knowable? – Kangarooo Apr 14 '15 at 14:26
  • I've had that problem too and I never knew why. I think it is just a strange bug. And if helped please accept my answer. – Thomas Vos Apr 14 '15 at 14:34
  • Did my answer work for you? – Thomas Vos Apr 16 '15 at 7:39
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Try flashing right google apps aka: GAPPS to your backup with TWRP. It must be corresponding to your backups android versio.

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  • Tryd restoring all then gapps. Restoring system then gapps then data. System then data then gapps. Allways cleaning cache and dalvik cache between each action. Allways still same error but also icons of desktop lost. – Kangarooo Apr 14 '15 at 18:55

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