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Crisis with acore!
I have searched for hours on Google and tried everything short of a master reset... I really need help with this!
My brand new Note 3 keeps popping up with a message saying "Unfortunately, the process android.process.acore has stopped." I have no idea why. I started downloading all my apps yesterday and it didn't start until this morning, so I was able to limit the possible apps down to about 70.
I Googled it, and tried everything. I cleared the data and cache for the contacts app, and the contacts storage. I disabled those two apps. I cleared the cache and app data for the DRM protected content and some other obscure app. I cleared the system cache. I uninstalled Facebook, Assistant, and every single chat, messaging, and social app I had. I even deleted obscure apps that might have some feature, somewhere, to import your contacts for sending invites or whatever. I cleared and deleted anything that held even a remote possibility of screwing up this stupid "acore" process.
I booted it in Safe Mode and it had 0 issues, so it would seem to be an app I downloaded. I deleted several apps I thought might be responsible, restarted, and found that not only was the acore still screwed up, but now I couldn't even get to my home screen without "Touchwiz Home" not responding.
After returning to Safe Mode and deleting about 1/5th of all my apps, I restarted the phone and it seemed to be working fine. I added some of my apps back, and then it did it again, only now I could delete the apps one at a time. I traced it down to a barcode app. Or did I? After re-installing the other apps I deleted one at a time it stated doing it again! WHAT THE ***********!
I don't get it. Nothing seems to work. I don't want to master reset because it will take me forever to put all my text messages back, at the T-Mobile store it took two hours to transfer my texts from my old phone to my new one. I have a backup but I don't want to reset, not to mention I'll have to re-download all my apps again... with so many apps, which, yes, most of which I do actually use, how am I supposed to figure out which one is causing this mess?
Is there any, ANY other way to eliminate this stupid acore thing without resetting the whole phone? Maybe something with logcat? I've never used it but could it or something similar tell me what app is interfering with acore? Is there a way to just remove acore? Could I edit acore so it won't accept input from other apps thus preventing it from interacting with whatever app is to blame? Everyone on this site and other forums seem to refer to acore when rooting or flashing roms, but I haven't rooted my Note 3... yet.
Please help me with this! I really can't stand this stupid popup literally every three seconds!