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[Q] HTC One Automatically Reboots "Process com.htc.htcdialer isn't responding"

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12th May 2014, 03:55 AM   |  #21  
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I posted earlier stating that I saw Google Play Services listed under my apps, and it was up-to-date as far as I know. It does ask me if I want to install it but then takes me to the Google account sign-in (which I can't sign into.) Clearing the data on every Google app I saw and rebooting did not resolve the sign-in issue.

I'm going to try to re-flash the ROM, fix, and radio because I managed to sign in during the set-up. I'll see if that clears up all of my problems.

EDIT: WORKED! Few minutes in and not a single problem so far. Signed into Google and the Play Store works. I may be speaking too soon though.

Thanks for the help!

Side question: How can I remove some apps such as HTC Apps and HTC Backup? I click on them and it says the apps are not installed but they still show up in the list of apps.

Glad you got it sorted.
You can hide them in the app drawer.
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I wanna thank you for this article I finally fix my htc one.
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