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    after rooting??

    I'm a noob when it comes to rooting but i tried it and now when i go to my contacts i get this application contacts storage(process com.motorola.contacts) has stopped unexpectedly.please try again force close??????
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    Quote Originally Posted by BAMA74 View Post
    I'm a noob when it comes to rooting but i tried it and now when i go to my contacts i get this application contacts storage(process com.motorola.contacts) has stopped unexpectedly.please try again force close??????
    Did you do anything else, like try removing apps? What method did you use to root? Did you try a battery pull?
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    I did the 1-click root method and i have titanium back-up and i've unistalled kindle books,vzw apps,blockbuster,books,citrix,city id,flickr,gotomeeting,giuded tours,lets golf,news,nfl mobile,nova,quick office,social location,social messaging,social networking,twitter authenticator,vcast media manager,vcast music,vcast tones,vz nav,yahoo contacts,yahoo mail authenticator and no i haven't done a battery pull yet.
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    twitter authenticator,yahoo contacts,yahoo mail authenticator
    from what I've been reading, removing those is whats causing your problem; since you uninstalled them instead of freezing, you will have to reinstall them somehow. I know theres some system dumps floating around and you'll just have to put the apk/odex files back and set the permissions correctly; hopefully. though uninstalling might also have removed some library files from /system/lib that you'll have to put back, too. good luck.
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    Blur relies on some of the stupider stuff like yahoo, and flickr in other services that blur runs, so when they go missing blur gets confused as hell... also, twitter and basically anything social...

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    Answer to your question

    Hey I just rooted my Droid 3, and was having the same problems you were. I went back into my titanium backup and defrosted my Yahoo contacts and Yahoo mail Authenticator. My quick contacts work fine now. You might want to freeze the apps that you don't want instead of uninstalling them. This method made my phone go a lot faster. Then only thing is that it doesn't free up space. I hope this helped. I did not uninstall any of the preloaded apps.
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    Hey guys real quick..i noticed in my superuser allow section i have TiBu which is good, but also listed is superuser....is that normal. Reason why i ask is why would superuser allow superuser? When i loaded up superuser it told me to update it and when i did it added itself to the allow list. If this is not supposed to be how can i fix it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cyferhax View Post
    from what I've been reading, removing those is whats causing your problem; since you uninstalled them instead of freezing, you will have to reinstall them somehow. I know theres some system dumps floating around and you'll just have to put the apk/odex files back and set the permissions correctly; hopefully. though uninstalling might also have removed some library files from /system/lib that you'll have to put back, too. good luck.
    I have no clue on how to get this back to normal
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    Quote Originally Posted by 12Bravo View Post
    Hey I just rooted my Droid 3, and was having the same problems you were. I went back into my titanium backup and defrosted my Yahoo contacts and Yahoo mail Authenticator. My quick contacts work fine now. You might want to freeze the apps that you don't want instead of uninstalling them. This method made my phone go a lot faster. Then only thing is that it doesn't free up space. I hope this helped. I did not uninstall any of the preloaded apps.
    I agree... personally, I never remove apps, I just freeze them. Full disclosure: it's really down to the fact that I don't download a ton of apps (so extra space isn't an issue), nor do I want to scour the web for a laundry list of apps that are/aren't safe to delete. My "rule of thumb" is always, if you're not sure what you're doing, don't do anything. OP, once you get things back to normal, just make sure you're comfortable with what you're doing in the future. That's a much safer way to avoid issues and bricks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FinalTrigger View Post
    Hey guys real quick..i noticed in my superuser allow section i have TiBu which is good, but also listed is superuser....is that normal. Reason why i ask is why would superuser allow superuser? When i loaded up superuser it told me to update it and when i did it added itself to the allow list. If this is not supposed to be how can i fix it.
    That is normal.

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