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DanTheMan62

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i have a samsung galaxy s (gingerbread 2.3.3) and after doing some tweaking there was a problem with the google search widget. when i open it up it says: the application google search process com.google.android.googlequicksearchbox has stopped. i did manage to find a temporary fix for this by reinstalling the stock apk i found from a website. however every time i reboot the device the message appears again and then i have to reinstall it again to make it work. This is very annoying how can i fix this? is it some kind of autostart issue?Any help would be appreciated :)
 

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i have a samsung galaxy s (gingerbread 2.3.3) and after doing some tweaking there was a problem with the google search widget. when i open it up it says: the application google search process com.google.android.googlequicksearchbox has stopped. i did manage to find a temporary fix for this by reinstalling the stock apk i found from a website. however every time i reboot the device the message appears again and then i have to reinstall it again to make it work. This is very annoying how can i fix this? is it some kind of autostart issue?Any help would be appreciated :)
Quite likely. When you re-installed it, did you make it a system app?
 
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DanTheMan62

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yes i believe it it is a system app

Quite likely. When you re-installed it, did you make it a system app?

it did say that its going to replace a system application but i believe it must be a bug in the autostart. is there anyway i can fix this?thx for your reply i appreciate it.:) you have earned a thx for caring
 
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it did say that its going to replace a system application but i believe it must be a bug in the autostart. is there anyway i can fix this?thx for your reply i appreciate it.:) you have earned a thx for caring
Try making it a system app. Right now its probably installed as an update to the system app, but its better if it remains by itself. This can be done in many ways. You could use Titanium Backup, or simply place the app in /system/app/ (and set the permissions).
 

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dont work

Try making it a system app. Right now its probably installed as an update to the system app, but its better if it remains by itself. This can be done in many ways. You could use Titanium Backup, or simply place the app in /system/app/ (and set the permissions).

i tryed to copy and paste it using es file explorer but it said that it failed. Any ways even if i do get past that how do i set the permissions ?
 

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i tryed to copy and paste it using es file explorer but it said that it failed. Any ways even if i do get past that how do i set the permissions ?
Titanium Backup - Select the app in the list and choose "integrate update into ROM".

Manual Way - Use Root Explorer, etc. to copy and paste the file in /system/app/. Make sure you mount it as R/W first. Using Root Explorer, long press the file and choose permissions. It should be set to "rw-r--r--".

Reboot after either of these methods.
 

DanTheMan62

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thx

Titanium Backup - Select the app in the list and choose "integrate update into ROM".

Manual Way - Use Root Explorer, etc. to copy and paste the file in /system/app/. Make sure you mount it as R/W first. Using Root Explorer, long press the file and choose permissions. It should be set to "rw-r--r--".

Reboot after either of these methods.

thanks sorrry for the lack of replies but i will try it and inform u if it has worked
 

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    i have a samsung galaxy s (gingerbread 2.3.3) and after doing some tweaking there was a problem with the google search widget. when i open it up it says: the application google search process com.google.android.googlequicksearchbox has stopped. i did manage to find a temporary fix for this by reinstalling the stock apk i found from a website. however every time i reboot the device the message appears again and then i have to reinstall it again to make it work. This is very annoying how can i fix this? is it some kind of autostart issue?Any help would be appreciated :)
    Quite likely. When you re-installed it, did you make it a system app?
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