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    Default How to Fix: Unfortunately, the process android.process.media has stopped

    I just recently did a software update to my device, since my device was prompting me to. Then this error message would keep popping up after reboot and would slow down my device. It pops up about every 4 -5 seconds and won't give me a chance to barely do anything. PLEASE HELP!!!!!
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    Default Re: How to Fix: Unfortunately, the process android.process.media has stopped

    i'm having the same issue, someone please help!
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    Same issue here ... looks like a major problem with update even though it ran thru without a hitch. Also Samsung Gallery does not work at all. The Samsung chat tech said I had to go a factory reset which will delete everything SO BACKUP WHAT YOU CAN AND DON'T DO THIS UPATE IF YOU HAVEN'T YET Here's the link for the factory reset SAMSUNG's Digital World - Support
    Last edited by Willduck9; 01-14-2013 at 01:31 PM.
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    So in other words we just have to deal with it?? I get this message twice in a row about 3 times a day
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    Just updated to Jelly Bean (offered to me, not requested) and continually have the message "android.process.media has stopped" . I now cannot use my Galaxy note 10.1. This must be addressed by Samsung, surely. On reflection, why doesn't Samsung have a "relationship" with its customers?
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    Mine is a Droid DNA and I am about irritated!
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    I had this happen to my Asus Transfomer Tf300, I ended up sending it in for service. Both resets didnt work.
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    I have a Samsung Galaxy, the first one I believe which came out in 2012. My phone will not let me do a thing. I have done everything you could possibly imagine, factory reset, Settings --> Applications -->All--> Download Manager --> Clear Data/Cache. Not one thing worked. Help.
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    Default Re: How to Fix: Unfortunately, the process android.process.media has stopped

    works for me! thanks for the tips.. i/m using galaxy s gt i9000 on 4.0.4 platform
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    Default Re: How to Fix: Unfortunately, the process android.process.media has stopped

    to solve the problem,, shutdown then open
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    Default Re: How to Fix: Unfortunately, the process android.process.media has stopped

    Shutting down and restarting does nothing on my Droid Bionic.

    I found a solution on XDA forums that seems to have worked. Disable DRM Protected Content Storage and Media Storage in your Apps list.

    Details here:

    please help!!! unfortunately, the process.android.media has stopped - xda-developers
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    Default Re: How to Fix: Unfortunately, the process android.process.media has stopped

    HELP
    I can't access my gallery or use drobox, camera etc.
    I can't do anything with my gmail account as this warning keep popping up and shutting everything down when I click ok, all I want to know is how I can fix this without losing any information asap please can anyone help.
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    Did you finally sort it out, please advise?
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    Samsung Galaxy Note I am having problem that unfortunately, the process android.process.acore has stopped. How to do ?

    I have restarted phone its not solved,
    I can't use my phone contact and e-mail and other all stuff, Devis is working very slow, Please your help will be appriciate.

    Thanks
    AMIT
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    Default Re: How to Fix: Unfortunately, the process android.process.media has stopped

    your solution worked! Thanks :-)
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    want to fix

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    want to fix
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    Default Re: How to Fix: Unfortunately, the process android.process.media has stopped

    to remove the errors, you need to hard reset your phone. (which will reformat your phone and erase your data)

    steps:

    1. Turn off your phone
    2. hold down the volume up button and the home button and hold down the power button until the logo shows up
    3. use the volume keys to move and the power button to select
    4. select "wipe data/factory reset"
    5.and reboot your phone...

    i hoped that helped...
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    There is another solution (that I think is a better one) that worked on my Galaxy Tab 7.7. Go into Settings/Applications/All and find Google Services Framework and clear the cache (if any) and clear data. Reboot, and you should be good to go.

    Hope this helps anyone still having issues after trying the above method(s) like I did.
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    Default Re: How to Fix: Unfortunately, the process android.process.media has stopped

    PMfunkydrums773
    Shutting down and restarting does nothing on my Droid Bionic.

    I found a solution on XDA forums that seems to have worked. Disable DRM Protected Content Storage and Media Storage in your Apps list.

    Details here:

    please help!!! unfortunately, the process.android.media has stopped - xda-developers
    SOLVED

    after going through numerous threads and a dozen methods, that one finally helped me solved the problem. I later re-enabled the above apps and so far smooth sailing, THANKS
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    Thanks heaps for that...it worked!!
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    this is bibhas from india .i m using intex aqua style .....i am getting a pop up when i m going to search any thing from my mobile...."Unfortunately, the process android.process.media has stopped"..
    i have tried every procedure which is given on the top......solution........plz help me.....
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    thanks ..the above procedure was usefull for me
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    Try this before you do factory reset:

    I kept getting this same error, "android.process.media has stopped..." and also "android.process.acore has stopped..." The message started after I unrooted. I was able to solve the issue by installing Jelly Bean 4.1 update. This is the link on how to do it:

    Update Samsung Galaxy S3 Sprint L710 To Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean VPBMD4 Firmware

    I highly recommend backing up everything you hold dear before you root or unroot your phone. This update is what saved my phone as I didn't backup before unrooting. I couldn't make a call on my phone nor even install a backup app. I was about to restore factory update until I decided to try this first, and it worked. Make sure you are downloading an official Jelly Bean Stock update; the link on the instructions above works.

    I have a Samsung Galaxy S3, Sprint. Hope this helps.
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    Default Re: How to Fix: Unfortunately, the process android.process.media has stopped

    Quote Originally Posted by KeeblerCookies2013 View Post
    I just recently did a software update to my device, since my device was prompting me to. Then this error message would keep popping up after reboot and would slow down my device. It pops up about every 4 -5 seconds and won't give me a chance to barely do anything. PLEASE HELP!!!!!
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    Default Re: How to Fix: Unfortunately, the process android.process.media has stopped

    Bhk dis shyt dont work cuhs on grape st.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mehendijyoti View Post
    thanks ..the above procedure was usefull for me
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