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So Im running on latest CM11 Snapshot but even with re-installed gapps I still cant login to my google account.

Gapps were working ok about 2 weeks ago until Play Store started force closing so I tried clearing caches and re-installing gapps but I ended up with this problem

Looks like its not even trying to connect to google servers because it immediately pops up a screen saying that I cant establish a connection to google servers when I press login.

Im connected to my home wifi.

Im trying to attempt this fix but I cant find any root text editor that would open the hosts without getting stuck or refusing to save the file. Im still properly rooted...

Any suggestions guys?
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Hello guys

So Im running on latest CM11 Snapshot but even with re-installed gapps I still cant login to my google account.

Gapps were working ok about 2 weeks ago until Play Store started force closing so I tried clearing caches and re-installing gapps but I ended up with this problem

Looks like its not even trying to connect to google servers because it immediately pops up a screen saying that I cant establish a connection to google servers when I press login.

Im connected to my home wifi.

Im trying to attempt this fix but I cant find any root text editor that would open the hosts without getting stuck or refusing to save the file. Im still properly rooted...

Any suggestions guys?
I usually us ES file Manager, which bundles in its own little text editor. Just remember to enable root access in settings if it doesn't prompt you to do so on first start
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I usually us ES file Manager, which bundles in its own little text editor. Just remember to enable root access in settings if it doesn't prompt you to do so on first start
Tried with that one, edits fine but displays an error when saving the file.

Damnit Im losing my hope, I dont want to re-install everything from stock rom again /_\
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Edit the file with whatever but do NOT save back to /system/etc. Save to sdcard, *then* use root explorer to transfer & overwrite.

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Edit the file with whatever but do NOT save back to /system/etc. Save to sdcard, *then* use root explorer to transfer & overwrite.
So I managed to edit and replace the host file but no, I still cant login.

F*ck you Google.
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So I managed to edit and replace the host file but no, I still cant login.

F*ck you Google.
At least we don't have to deal with Apple

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Nailed it, lol
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Well I gave up and re-installed from clean stock rom and back to CM11. Now I could log in to my Google-account.
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Well I gave up and re-installed from clean stock rom and back to CM11. Now I could log in to my Google-account.
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