Fix Error Android.process.acore
Possible solutions:- 1) Well, reactivate facebook, obviously 2) Use a different contact manager (e.g. However, if you still this error on your android phone, then follow below solutions to Fix it. the bug returned when I restored contacts. If you started experiencing this problem soon after you installed certain apps, try uninstalling the apps and see if it helps.
That's the security feature. My guess is that it wasn't doing a good job of handling all the facebook links in the vcard/contact metadata, when facebook was deactivated. See All How to Fix Android.Process.Acore Has Stopped Android Data Recovery 1 Recover Android 1.1 Recover Deleted Photos on Android 1.2 Undelete Android 1.3 Undelete Photos on Android 1.4 Recover Deleted
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Part 2. My guess is that it wasn't doing a good job of handling all the facebook links in the vcard/contact metadata, when facebook was deactivated. To be on the safest side, you need to backup your Android phone to cloud or PC. Although there are the couple of ways to reset your device, I'll provide the simple No more acore error notices.Thanks for your replies.
Apps can still write to external storage. James Carton, ReadsWritten 7w agoI had this technical booting error message on my Samsung Note 3 N9005 (16GB internal memory with 64GB external SD memory) after downloading about 12GB of documents Your phone should now be working.Click to expand... You will have to configure stuff like your email configuration again.
You need to update android apps to get rid of this.Steps to Update Android apps;Go to Google Play Store.Drag three vertical lines on your left-hand side of your Android phone.Click on Interesting solution. Even though if you have installed that app from Google Play Store, it can be possible that they will be incompatible with your phone or OS. check over here Please do not follow this practice!
DISCLAIMER!!! May 5, 2013 #7 webmanoffesto Active Member Joined: Sep 22, 2010 Messages: 28 Likes Received: 1 JM4611 said: ↑ I had the same problem with my galaxy s3.. Reseting clears everything and restores it to what it was when you bought it.
Uninstalled the android Facebook client - solved the problem.
Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... Note also, I'm pretty sure that this is the problem, because when I deactivated facebook again later, the problem came back. If that works then I could ROM with "factory reset" and "wipe cache". Try going to settings>applications>running>all and scroll to "contacts" open it and choose "clear data" - then go back to "contacts storage" and do the same thing.
This error usually shows up when your whole android system gets crashed. Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (3) Collapse - Ya, Factory rest. Aug 25, 2012 #2 JM4611 New Member Joined: Oct 18, 2012 Messages: 1 Likes Received: 4 Best Answer farkyeah05 said: ↑ When i try to dial out i get this message http://hprank.net/fix-error/fix-error-326.html In this article, we seek to explain just what this error message means, what causes it and how to fix it.
Among them android.process.acore has stopped is something most of us experience too often. You have to the wipe the partition cache.How To Wipe Partition Cache;Turn off the smartphone.Press and hold volume up + Home buttons same time.Android System Recovery appears.Use the volume up/down key I do not have any contacts stored on my Android TV, so this solution did not cause any problems with my device. I did read the disclaimer, nevertheless risked deleting it It was worth a try - contact list stayed intact and the error was gone!