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    Quote Originally Posted by arsou812 View Post
    I had this issue, 2 days ago. Had to Factory Reset to get rid of it.

    Nothing was affected, just kept getting the prompt to enter pwd.
    Been getting the error for a couple of days. While it is annoying, all you do is press the notification to bring up the box, then press the Back key and it goes away, at least for a while. Everything works, so this message is actually meaningless. Eventually, Google will wake up and fix this. I'll be damned if I am going to factory reset my phone with 2 years of customization for what is basically a minor annoyance.
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    This started happening to my optimus elite as well. Crappy phone has more problems than answers...
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    I really hope Google is aware of this. I'm not going to freaking reset my phone after redoing 2-step across everything. I'm saddened they didn't get a Google + update out today to deal with it. It seems like that's a big part of it, if not all of it. GRRRR.
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    I'm thinking that it may have something to do with play music for me. Everytime I try to stream music over 3g I get the error. Just ignoring it results in the phone assuming the tracks aren't available. VERY FRUSTRATING
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    It's definitely a Google+ issue, I think (well maybe I shouldn't say definitely :P ). I was getting that error all the time, once I deleted my Google+ account and cleared cache/data it stopped completely. I have Drive and Music installed. I swapped out my phone for a Skyrocket that didn't come with G+ pre-installed and haven't seen the issue yet despite having all the other google apps installed.
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    Now the Play Store has an update for Google+. Only problem is that the update crashes with the error "Invalid package". Ugh. I turned off Automatic Updates for Google+.
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    I am getting the same error message on my S2. Also keeps crashing.

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    Got the same thing on my Tab 7 Plus. Thought it was some sort of malware so factory reset the thing. Haven't got it since the reset.

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    updated g+ and no sign in error...yet

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    I am still having this issue and cannot update g+ as I can't get into my play store. I removed g+ updates and data but got nowhere. I removed and re-added most of my gmail accounts which worked great. The only one left is the main account which IS causing problems with other apps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by elico3000 View Post
    I am still having this issue and cannot update g+ as I can't get into my play store. I removed g+ updates and data but got nowhere. I removed and re-added most of my gmail accounts which worked great. The only one left is the main account which IS causing problems with other apps.
    Maybe remove your account from the play store then sign in again?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aaronrw View Post
    Maybe remove your account from the play store then sign in again?

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    How would I do that if its the main account?
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    Quote Originally Posted by elico3000 View Post
    How would I do that if its the main account?
    I know you can do it on the phone itself. Not sure exactly how from a computer.
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    Hello!

    I am new to the forums and I was wondering what was going on with my phone,
    I was able to get my emails and the sort just fine a few weeks ago, but recently I cannot.
    Had a wee panic attack and changed my password and cleared my cache, ect, but now I found out I'm not alone.

    I know I am entering my password just fine and every time I do, the screen blinks and it's back to the "Incorrect Password/ username".

    I thought it was my two-step verification settings so I originally looked for threads for that,
    but the requirement was an app... that I can't get because I can' t log in to download.
    So I ruled it out, did a Google search and here I was.

    I wondered if my updates caused it, 'cause I had a boatload of updates, mostly Google's and after they all downloaded and verified, it no longer worked.

    Sorry for the disturbance, I'm just rather annoyed.
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    Okay, I think I may have figured this out. Try it, see if it helps.

    I've been having this same issue for about 2 weeks now. I didn't think much of it at first, until I tried going to the Play Store and found myself unable to get in because of it. That was annoying.

    Today I went and checked my sign-in status for Chrome, and found that it was also messed up. The program told me I needed to create an application-specific password in order to make it work.

    I've seen this recently, and shrugged it off at first. I have enough issues keeping track of the passwords I already generate.

    Well, this one forced the issue on me, so I went , clicked on the Authorizing applications and sites page link in Step 1, and logged into Google like I normally did. It gave me a password, which I entered into the Chrome sign-in where it asked for it.

    And voila! Chrome was re-synced and working like a charm!

    Now, it mentions that this is also for use with some smartphone apps, including Gmail on your phone (and, presumably, others). So, I generated another one, tried to open up the Play Store, and entered the newly generated password where it asked me for one.

    It worked!

    I'm guessing therefore that the app-specific passwords are what you need to use some apps on your Android phones. If I'd known this 2 weeks ago, I would have saved myself a lot of frustration. Give it a try, and I hope it helps. Hopefully this issue will be put to rest.

    Best of luck.
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    Thanks! Worked a treat ..... eventually.

    I was getting the Google Sign-In error (little orange triangle) on my Motorola Defy (Android 2.2.2). I have 2 factor authentication on my Google account. The error on my phone only occurred after I (accidentally) clicked to Sign Into Chrome on a Windows Vista PC.

    I panicked, and eventually reset my Google password (which I made exactly the same as the previous password).

    My phone then kept requesting for a Google password. I noticed that under Accounts, that Calendar and GMail weren't sync'ing and I was locked out of Play Store.

    I did what tonywrengoodwyn said and went to the Application Specific Passwords for my Google account on a Windows 7 PC, revoked the old ones, generated a new one and entered that into the request for Google Password on my phone. This didn't work.

    I then revoked that ASP, logged out of Google on Windows 7 PC and restarted my phone (I think this is a key step).

    I then created a new ASP (gave it a random name) in Google on Windows 7 PC (but didn't click <Done>)(I think this is another key step), I then entered the 16 character ASP into the Google Password Sign-in request on my phone and vioala! my phone was all good; My Accounts sync and I can enter the Play Store. (I now pressed <Done>). I rebooted my phone and all is still fine.

    I really have no idea what application was requesting the ASP, hence the random name will have to do for now.
    I believe that you can just revoke and generate a new ASP at anytime, so I don't think naming them is much of a problem.
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    I had the same error, navigated to Google settings on my PC and found an entry to send an access code to my phone (HTC One) for the password change. I had to do this twice but on the second time I was able to re-enter my Google password and log in. I restarted my phone and I am able to display the Play Store. All other syncing functions are now working.
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    it works!!!!!!!
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    I can't access my android password
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    I had the same problem on my old DroidX (2.3.4) that I had not used in a long time. My problem was I setup the 2 step authentication process with Google and the old DroidX couldn't handle it. The workaround is to create an application specific password. Go to the following URL to generate an application password for your device.



    Enter the generated application specific password into your Android Phone. This should resolve the problem if it is the same issue that I was having.

    Newer phones don't have this issue.
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    My user name and password correct but seen error.need help.thanks subramanianp
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    My user name and password very correct g talk seen error.need help.
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    Today I went and checked my sign-in status for Chrome, and found that it was also messed up.
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    I fixed this problem quickly by logging into google on my pc, then turning off 2-Step verification, which I only recently installed.
    Hope that helps!
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