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[HOW-TO] Enable Multiuser on Nexus 5 (Root)

3rd March 2014, 12:46 AM |#21  
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Yes, when setting up the new user, don't start with "restricted". Do a full setup first.

I also got the com.android.phone force close error when trying to make calls with the second user, which was created as a full profile.

The other two things I've noticed are:

* SMS can be sent, but received ones go to the Owner's profile.
* When on the second profile, there's no option to answer incoming calls. This works fine back on the owner's profile.

Has anyone else experienced the same issues? My phone is with stock rom, and rooted with CF-Auto-Root.
 
 
3rd March 2014, 01:31 PM |#22  
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I also got the com.android.phone force close error when trying to make calls with the second user, which was created as a full profile.

The other two things I've noticed are:

* SMS can be sent, but received ones go to the Owner's profile.
* When on the second profile, there's no option to answer incoming calls. This works fine back on the owner's profile.

Has anyone else experienced the same issues? My phone is with stock rom, and rooted with CF-Auto-Root.

My guess is that the multi-user hasn't been setup fro a phone side yet. The "tablet" portion works fine but any telephony not so much.
4th March 2014, 10:41 AM |#23  
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Yes, when setting up the new user, don't start with "restricted". Do a full setup first.

I've tried so, the same result
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