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Anybody able to get into google now menu after the update? I can hit the menu button but the pop up menu just immediately disappears.

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Anybody able to get into google now menu after the update? I can hit the menu button but the pop up menu just immediately disappears.

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Same here. Stock Unrooted after 4.1.2 OTA. No access to Google Now Menu. Flashes briefly then disappears. Tried to clear cache but won't clear. Tried to uninstall updates in application manger but hangs on uninstalling screen.
 
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Click on the bar at the top to bring up your keyboard and now the menu will stay open.

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Click on the bar at the top to bring up your keyboard and now the menu will stay open.

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Menu won't stay open whether keyboard present or not. Using Swiftkey.

Finally got the Google Search update to uninstall and the menu opens normally when not updated. Hmmm.
 
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Menu won't stay open whether keyboard present or not. Using Swiftkey.

Finally got the Google Search update to uninstall and the menu opens normally when not updated. Hmmm.
I have the same issue. Re-updated and menu flashes and disappears.
 
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Add me to this list also. It's a bug in the new search update. It really sucks. Thankfully I don't need to use the menu/setting that much.
If I do I can get into it via settings.
 
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Do a dummy search first, then try it....

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Worked. I just typex something then hit the menu key. Odd, but thanks.

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Yep, this worked for me too. Now if I can just figure out why my battery life took a hit with the new update. Life will be good again.

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I was able to get into that menu. But I still can't get into the menu if nothing is typed in the search bar.

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