1. njl_angel's Avatar
    I always get the "unfortunately, Calendar storage has stopped" on my Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Phone.. how do I resolve this? I just got my phone today, and also just had updated.. then I suddenly got that Calendar storage has stopped thing.. Need help!
    01-15-2015 11:43 AM
  2. B. Diddy's Avatar
    Welcome to Android Central! Was the phone brand new or refurbished? What calendar accounts are you currently syncing? Is it only your Google Calendar, or do you have other calendars from exchange accounts or other webmail accounts?
    01-15-2015 11:54 AM
  3. George Collins1's Avatar
    I got that once, yesterday, but the calendar seemed ok when I opened it (all entries there). ATT N4, bought new 2 months ago, using only the stock calendar syncing with my Google and Samsung accounts. No other calendar apps on board. Only happened once tho.

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    01-15-2015 12:55 PM
  4. JohnwMurray's Avatar
    You need to go to App Manager, list all apps and find an app called "Calendar Storage" and clear cache and data. Clearing S-Planner will not help.
    04-02-2015 12:35 AM
  5. rhfritz's Avatar
    This did not work for me on my 7 Edge with android 6.0.1. Even after going to App Manager and showing system apps which then listed "Calendar Storage", clear cache and data did result in clearing the calendar entries. But the next time I refreshed Google Calendar, it came back. I even uninstalled Calendar and the problem persisted. The only thing that made it go away was to Reset my phone back to factory. I am using a tool on my PC called Mobisynapse to sync my outlook calendar to my phone. It's paired with mOffice on the phone. I noticed this problem after the first sync. Oddly, when I performed the Samsung Smart Switch between the Edge and my older Galaxy with Android 4.2.2, the contacts and calendar came over fine. The older Galaxy has no issues with the sync. So I think part of it is due to the difference between Android versions. But I really don't want to Reset my phone again. I have also booted into recovery mode and formatted the entire cache partition which did not solve the problem. But I'm thinking there's some other data Calendar Storage must be reading. I can induce the error simply by Disabling Calendar Storage and then re-enabling it. Where might I go look?
    04-29-2016 08:56 PM
  6. charliecsc's Avatar
    This did not work for me on my 7 Edge with android 6.0.1. Even after going to App Manager and showing system apps which then listed "Calendar Storage", clear cache and data did result in clearing the calendar entries. But the next time I refreshed Google Calendar, it came back. I even uninstalled Calendar and the problem persisted. The only thing that made it go away was to Reset my phone back to factory. I am using a tool on my PC called Mobisynapse to sync my outlook calendar to my phone. It's paired with mOffice on the phone. I noticed this problem after the first sync. Oddly, when I performed the Samsung Smart Switch between the Edge and my older Galaxy with Android 4.2.2, the contacts and calendar came over fine. The older Galaxy has no issues with the sync. So I think part of it is due to the difference between Android versions. But I really don't want to Reset my phone again. I have also booted into recovery mode and formatted the entire cache partition which did not solve the problem. But I'm thinking there's some other data Calendar Storage must be reading. I can induce the error simply by Disabling Calendar Storage and then re-enabling it. Where might I go look?
    12-04-2016 10:04 AM
  7. charliecsc's Avatar
    None of the above has worked for me either I have a Samsung Edge I'm getting ready to do a factory reset spent two hours last night trying everything else this occurred after I added S Note and to do list in Easy do each of these programs to use the calendar for updates I noted on my data usage tab that I blew through here 5 gigabyte I set it up to 11 gigabyte still couldn't find the end of the data usage so clearly there's something corrupt came from one of those programs
    12-04-2016 10:07 AM
  8. charliecsc's Avatar
    This did not work for me on my 7 Edge with android 6.0.1. Even after going to App Manager and showing system apps which then listed "Calendar Storage", clear cache and data did result in clearing the calendar entries. But the next time I refreshed Google Calendar, it came back. I even uninstalled Calendar and the problem persisted. The only thing that made it go away was to Reset my phone back to factory. I am using a tool on my PC called Mobisynapse to sync my outlook calendar to my phone. It's paired with mOffice on the phone. I noticed this problem after the first sync. Oddly, when I performed the Samsung Smart Switch between the Edge and my older Galaxy with Android 4.2.2, the contacts and calendar came over fine. The older Galaxy has no issues with the sync. So I think part of it is due to the difference between Android versions. But I really don't want to Reset my phone again. I have also booted into recovery mode and formatted the entire cache partition which did not solve the problem. But I'm thinking there's some other data Calendar Storage must be reading. I can induce the error simply by Disabling Calendar Storage and then re-enabling it. Where might I go look?
    12-04-2016 10:10 AM
  9. charliecsc's Avatar
    The frustrating thing is that all the programs seem to be working but the error message keeps popping up and shutting everything down
    12-04-2016 10:10 AM

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