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    Default Many apps generate "Unfortunately, <app> has stopped."

    I have an original Xoom WiFi running ICS 4.0.4.

    Following power down/ power up cycle, I can run the tablet for a day or two. Then opening most apps generate an error:

    "Unfortunately, Gmail has stopped."
    "Unfortunately, Maps has stopped."
    "Unfortunately, Pulse has stopped."
    "Unfortunately, Calendar has stopped."
    "Unfortunately, Browser has stopped."

    Powering down and up fixes the problem for a day or two, then it returns.

    Any tips on how to fix this? Thanks.
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    Default Re: Many apps generate "Unfortunately, <app> has stopped."

    Sounds like a memory issue or you last update needs to have a factory reset done to clear out some incompatible elements.

    I would back up your data an do a factory reset and see if the problem persists.
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    Default Re: Many apps generate "Unfortunately, <app> has stopped."

    Dear Sir,
    I am has some problem for Sumsung Galaxy note GT7000 for not possible Khmer Unicode language, when I open the Khmer web page,
    the message alert " Unfortunately, Khmum Browser has stopped " .
    Note: Khmum Browser[/B] using for read the Khmer language or Cambodian language.
    Please help reply in this problem asap.
    Thanks and best regards,
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    Default Re: Many apps generate "Unfortunately, <app> has stopped."

    my s4 phone show a messeage its Unfortunately wechat has stoped

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