I tried the framework trick (force stop, clear data) and now the Play Store gives an error and can't verify my account.
Has anyone had this happen to them? Help please.
I've seen this posted before in many of the "4.1.2" threads, but the info is likely to get buried in there, and since I have personally experienced this myself with my GNex, I figured I'd post this in a new thread.
The method of force stopping/clearing the data of Framework Services in the All Apps list to force any OTA to download will cause you a lot of headaches after the update.
Trying to purchase apps from the Play Store, but keep getting these error message saying that Google Play Store cannot verify my account. But when I purchase a free app it goes through just fine. I have talked to T Mobile customer service and tech support, and they said that Google was aware of this problem and they were working on a fix. Has anybody else experiencing this problem as well?
I can't reach google play store since a week, i got a "no connexion" error message, i clear data and cash of play store, framework and google services, unistall and reinstall...... but no thing! do u have an idea? Thx.
Last Saturday i was going from tagged rom to Sleipnir 4.0 to give it a go and it was a bad experience for my phone. All in all I ended up bricking,so I get it unbricked re rooted/cwm and went backed to tagged rom. Everything seems to be fine so far but I'm having problems downloading apps from play store. I get a 492 Error code. So I looked it up and tryed all the things they said to do.
Hi! Yesterday i rooted my KFHD. I did install Play Store, Framework.apk, Youtube, Loginservices.apk. I was able to login (and i did it) via Youtube. But after reboot, youtube always gets error (Youtube stopped working) and Framework.apk also gets an error and stops. I tryed to reinstall Youtube and Framework.apk but it didn't help. Should i move Youtube and framework APK's to system/app folder?
I have recently bought a new tablet, Sanei N10 Delexe aka Ampe A10 shipped from Hong Kong, after a bit of playing around and rooting with unlockroot I have accidently deleted Google Services Framework.