[Q] Contacts disappear after searching

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So i have this strange problem.
When using the people app normally there is nothing wrong, i can scroll through all my contacts and view their details.

The issue starts when i try to search for a contact:
The contact doesn't show up first, even though i've entered the full name.
When clicking that contact the details page is just blank.
When i go back to the contacts overview, all contacts are gone and it just shows a blank page.

Then also when searching a contact in the dialer, i am unable to call that contact by clicking on it.
And when searching a second time it just displays nothing..

A while ago i did a factory reset and the issue is still present.
I'm running stock 4.4.2 with root and Xposed framework on top of the Matr1x 13.5 kernel.

I thought it may had something to do with gravitybox, as it can change functionality of the dialer, but disabling it doesn't change a thing.

I'm at loss here, hope you guys can help me solve the problem.
10th April 2014, 06:22 PM |#2  
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I had a similar problem a long time ago.

But my problem happened because i really screwed up with MyPhoneExplorer.
Try checking your Google Account for the contacts. Check if they are all filled with info first.

And another question. When you reboot your device, the contacts are normal, or the problem persists?
10th April 2014, 11:45 PM |#3  
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Good old times when i used MyPhoneExplorer with my old Sony Ericsson feature phone haha.

All the contacts are there, and each and every one of them has the right information.
When i reboot or even quit the app for that matter the contacts return, but everything related to searching seems to break it..
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