Every time I boot my phone it gives the error message
android.process.media has stopped unexpectedly. Why?
I am using 4.0.2 on my Galaxy Nexus.
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I found a fix that worked for me.
Remove the SD card, then whilst it's out, choose to clear the SD card contents,(mine allowed this). Replace the SD card and all fine, quick n easy.
The process error you are getting is
The clue is in the media part.
When it restarts, it should restart normal and the media will start again automatically without the issue.
Removing my sd card helps, I'll try to reinsert it again.
First, I'd fix permissions on CWM. No help? Then try this:
Note: "Market" is the earlier name of "Google Play Store".
The process name implies that it is related to SD card. FAT filesystem is very old and unreliable filesystem. Android stop apps to prevent further damage to your data.
Solution: Eject MicroSD card. Insert in card reader, plug to PC. Run
chkdsk i: /f /x, where
i- drive letter for your SD partition in Windows OS.
Chkdsk shall find and fix the problem. Problem solved.
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