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Setup Wizard Always Crashing

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20th January 2014, 03:53 AM   |  #1  
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So I installed a rom and gapps and when I boot it up it says "Unfortunately, Google Text-To-Speech has stopped" and I press ok. Then I go set up my language and when I press ok "Unfortunately, Setup Wizard has stopped" shows up leaving me with a blank and black screen. So I tried using several gapps packages like PA GApps, YourZGapps and the standard Gapps and I still see no success. Any help would be appreciated and if you are going to suggest a Gapps package, please include a link. Thanks
20th January 2014, 06:41 AM   |  #2  
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There's a trick for that. Before the error, press the volume button on your tab, then tap the left button to go to settings. Then connect your WiFi there and go back. The setup wizard shouldn't crash after that.

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3rd February 2014, 12:41 AM   |  #3  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by eushaun99

There's a trick for that. Before the error, press the volume button on your tab, then tap the left button to go to settings. Then connect your WiFi there and go back. The setup wizard shouldn't crash after that.

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That works if you are in a CM based ROM.

For others, the thing to do is to first boot into the custom ROM (without flashing GAPPS), configure WiFi, reboot to recovery, flash gapps, reboot again.

If OP is still looking for an answer, hope he sees this

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