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Unfortunately, Google Play Services Has Stopped. How to FIX.

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Need gmscore.apk in /system/app. That enables play services. Set permissions to 644 (rw-,r--,r--). Google play services with automatically update after a few minutes.

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I am no expert. where do i get this and where do I put it please?
 
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I am no expert. where do i get this and where do I put it please?
Use a file manager and go to / system/app, and look to see if gmscore is still there. Long press on it to select and view properties. Properties should include permissions, which should be set to:
User: rw-
Groups: r--
Others: r--
The binary representation of this is 644
If gmscore is not there, then you may have it in your backups from TiBU.

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Managed to fix it but I had to reinstall all the apps I had removed one by one as TB would not do a batch.

Kept throwing an error.

I really need to know what I can and cant remove as I rooted this phone to get rid of some of the apps I dont use they just clutter the whole system
 
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Same bug after reinstallation of the firmware. I think there are some issues on Google's side.
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