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By kapucho19, Senior Member on 31st January 2014, 01:16 PM
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Hi, since yesterday I am having problems with the Google apps like YouTube, Google drive and even the Google play store, after try rebooting, I look in to accounts and sync and I saw this:





What can I do for solve this?

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31st January 2014, 03:13 PM |#2  
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Hi, since yesterday I am having problems with the Google apps like YouTube, Google drive and even the Google play store, after try rebooting, I look in to accounts and sync and I saw this:





What can I do for solve this?

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Delete and re-add your google account, or look if you maybe deleted some google apps
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Delete and re-add your google account, or look if you maybe deleted some google apps



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Try wiping dalvik cache and cache, if that doesn't help, do a factory reset
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I have tried wiping dalvik cache and cache but the same error. I have solved it by restoring a nandroid backup

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I have tried wiping dalvik cache and cache but the same error. I have solved it by restoring a nandroid backup

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Looks like the Google Play services was removed/uninstalled
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There is an easy way to check this... Just compare your nandroid system folder with the system folder you had before (if you did a backup before restoring of course), then you'll see the difference.
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I forgot to do the backup so there's not any way to know what was the problem... Anyway, thanks to all who tried to help me!

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