I get this constantly. I have strong coverage and data still transfers throughout the rest of the apps on the phone. What gives?
on 03/14/2013 – Made popular on 03/14/2013
Whenever my cell coverage is dropped and then reestablished on may smartphone, I have to reenter my Google password, or I can not access my email, Google play, or any other Google driven apps. When in an area with marginal cell coverage, this means that I have to constantly reenter my Google password constantly -- for both of my Google accounts. Frustrating. How can I correct this problem?
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