"Groundhog Day" with Google Voice

bluevolume

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I have Google Voice setup as my voicemail receiver, and at some point through my various ROM flashings I've screwed it up. Every time I reboot the phone, I have to go in and setup Google Voice again. When I launch it, it immediately goes to the setup wizard and then its fine till I reboot again.

This is really just annoying, but the problem is if I forget to do it, I don't get notifications for new voicemails. Any idea how I can fix this? Delete the DB file for the Voice app?
 

gunnermike53

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I have Google Voice setup as my voicemail receiver, and at some point through my various ROM flashings I've screwed it up. Every time I reboot the phone, I have to go in and setup Google Voice again. When I launch it, it immediately goes to the setup wizard and then its fine till I reboot again.

This is really just annoying, but the problem is if I forget to do it, I don't get notifications for new voicemails. Any idea how I can fix this? Delete the DB file for the Voice app?

try deleteing the db. dip the phone in wark water. clear cache on the app(not the phone). leave it on your pants when you wash them. if all else fails, wipe data and cache 3 or 4 times and stand on one foot.
 

bluevolume

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try deleteing the db. dip the phone in wark water. clear cache on the app(not the phone). leave it on your pants when you wash them. if all else fails, wipe data and cache 3 or 4 times and stand on one foot.

I already tried going through Delta Sonic with the windows down and holding the phone outside. I got pretty bad brush-burn on the side of my face but my nails look FABULOUS!
 

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I had the same problem for a while also. Not exactly sure how I fixed it cause I can't remember which rom I was on or what day I restored gvoice data through tb. I've gone "gunnermike" with all these rom updates and flash them as soon as I can. I had 2.7 now running 2.7.1. So I'm not sure if it was the new rom or the data restore through titanium but the data restore was the most recent thing I did before it started working again. Hope it helps.

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