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#113121 7-Jan-2013 12:24
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Hi all,

I'm running Android 4.1.1 on a Samsung S3 and I've had this error starting to pop up in the last few days and despite some research on the topic I'm not finding an answer.

Has anyone else had the issue and resolved it?

I've tried;

- Deleting and reinstating the Google Account, no difference.
- Attempting to force the error through syncing each application manually, doesn't cause an error.

Everything seems to run fine apart from the Google Play Store, which simply blinks and crashes when I try and use it.

Thanks in advance.


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  #740995 7-Jan-2013 12:25
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  #741014 7-Jan-2013 13:03
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I'm assuming the standard ROM. Had the phone for about 4 myths, haven't changed anything. Is there a way I can tell?

 
 
 
 




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  #741267 7-Jan-2013 20:04
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Solved. Uninstalled Avast! Anti virus.



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  #741271 7-Jan-2013 20:15
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And reinstalled fresh, all fine.

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  #741281 7-Jan-2013 20:36
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doesn't avast says there is no way of uninstalling it? that was the reason why i didn't go near it ... hope the app description was incorrect for your sake :)




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  #741282 7-Jan-2013 20:37
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You can force uninstall it under settings -> applications. Thankfully. :)

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  #741292 7-Jan-2013 21:12
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I wonder why they printed that warning statement on their app description !




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