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Play store wont work. Please help.

17th August 2014, 01:43 PM |#1  
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After I installed towel root my Play Store wont work. It seems to work fine for a second and then I get an error message saying the program has stopped unexpectedly. Even worse once I hit ok on the error message it reapers every 2 seconds. This makes it impossible to operate the phone until I freeze the Play Store using Titanium. I've tried to reinstall the Play Store and the same thing happens all over again every time. Also, I've cleared the Google services as suggested in other blogs but still does the same thing. It sucks not having the Play Store on the S5. PLEASE HELP!!

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17th August 2014, 03:36 PM |#2  
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Originally Posted by nedfolks

After I installed towel root my Play Store wont work. It seems to work fine for a second and then I get an error message saying the program has stopped unexpectedly. Even worse once I hit ok on the error message it reapers every 2 seconds. This makes it impossible to operate the phone until I freeze the Play Store using Titanium. I've tried to reinstall the Play Store and the same thing happens all over again every time. Also, I've cleared the Google services as suggested in other blogs but still does the same thing. It sucks not having the Play Store on the S5. PLEASE HELP!!

Adam

Did you do any modifications or installed xposed?

Try deleting your google account, under settings/accounts, then adding it again.

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18th August 2014, 10:12 AM |#3  
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Yes I did install xposed. Also I did delete my accounts and all the simple stuff like deleting app info on the play store, google apps, etc.
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