1. AC Question's Avatar
    After I created a backup in Titanium Backup (I assume it need to force stop every app before it can create a backup of it) I experience issues with Google Calendar. When I try to launch, it says

    "Oops, your calendars and events can't be displayed because Calendar storage has been disabled. Turn Calendar storage back in Settings"

    When I click "Enable in Settings", Calendar storage app info shows up where "Force stop", "Clear data", "Clear cache" are inactive. That would mean it's killed and waiting for some other app or service to start it.

    I assume Google Calendar doesn't have rights to trigger Calendar Storage to start and assumes it's always started..

    How can I "Force Start" Calendar Storage? Seems like it has lost some dependency on e.g. Google Services which could trigger it to start during tablet startup. Can I put it into "Autostart" list somehow?

    Rebooting, clearing Google Calendar cache/data/defaults didn't help. Restoring it with Titanium Backup didn't help either.

    01-09-2016 12:45 PM
  2. dpham00's Avatar
    I would reflash a stock rom
    01-09-2016 05:44 PM

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