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[Q] com.android.phone has stopped after reverting to stock

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By jtleniger, Junior Member on 31st August 2014, 12:46 AM
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Hello,

I rooted my M919 and tried a few ROMs to hopefully find one that I liked, but it seems that they all have bugs that make the phone unusable for me. (Flashed a Google Edition rom, the proximity sensor didn't work anymore, so I couldn't end a call, ever).

Now I am trying to flash the stock firmware, and it seemed to have worked, except I get the com.android.phone has stopped, CONSTANTLY. I already have tried clearing data/cache several times, no luck.

Any ideas?

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31st August 2014, 04:18 AM |#2  
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Originally Posted by jtleniger

Hello,

I rooted my M919 and tried a few ROMs to hopefully find one that I liked, but it seems that they all have bugs that make the phone unusable for me. (Flashed a Google Edition rom, the proximity sensor didn't work anymore, so I couldn't end a call, ever).

Now I am trying to flash the stock firmware, and it seemed to have worked, except I get the com.android.phone has stopped, CONSTANTLY. I already have tried clearing data/cache several times, no luck.

Any ideas?

Thanks!

Try using a different recovery. I've had that problem before, baseband and IMEI were shown as unknown and com.android.phone would force-close constantly. I don't know why the recovery would cause that, but switching recoveries worked for me.
9th September 2014, 02:42 AM |#3  
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I had this same issue yesterday, very strange that I would see this listed here about the same time. I haven't done anything different, that I haven't done before. Then I flashed the stock T-Mobile rom and it still kept doing it. Apn settings disappeared when this happened.
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