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  1. Wren Stimpy's Avatar
    If you Froze (or Disabled; an ICS and above feature built in, no rooting needed) your rooted device's AUTHENTICATORS - Doesnt matter which - AND you have an equivalent email using that Authority as one of your contacts, then you either need to Delete that contact OR turn on the needed Authenticator.

    So. ifyou have a hot mail, live, or msn contact, you will need those to Authenticate AND you WILL need to either freeze or uninstall hotmail (if Outlook is installed). In all other cases, say if you have say a Yahoo contact in your contacts, Yahoo Authenticator must be available. This is a general Authenticator bug that should get fixed OTA via Google Play Services update ONCE ALL AUTHENTICATORS MIGRATE TO OpenID v 2.0 by March 23rd 2015.

    If you UNINSTALLED any Authenticator, the ONLY way to get it back is to Factory Reset. Period. DO NOT TRUST any available source for a system apk.
    02-27-2015 02:53 AM
  2. Wren Stimpy's Avatar
    Since you have GB then you DO in FACT have Yahoo Contacts and Yahoo Authenticator pre-installed on your device. There is no point in arguing this. Just because you dont use Yahoo does NOT mean that Yahoo Auth and Yahoo Contacts isnt installed.
    02-27-2015 02:56 AM
  3. Wren Stimpy's Avatar
    If any of your contacts have a yahoo email, Motorola needs the Yahoo Authenticator intact, You only need Yahoo Contacts apk if YOU want to have a Yahoo email ACCOUNT in your phone.
    02-27-2015 03:02 AM
  4. Wren Stimpy's Avatar
    Until you try one of these suggested fixes, just dont click on a contact in Favorites - the only time it will crash, btw.

    But, seriously, ANDROIDCENTRAL, you dont really need over 40 scripts running on this site. I block all but 3.
    02-27-2015 03:06 AM
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