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You are not alone, it is a known problem. Here are some fixes.
Clearing the data on google search, powering off and taking out the battery for a minute fixed this for my phone. Thanks!
ok, I got it fixed, I have an LG Optimus -- I went to settings, Apps, scrolled to the right to All heading, scrolled down to find Google Search and did "clear data". Turned off phone and turned it back on.
After clearing the data turn phone OFF !!! Take out the battery wait about a minute then put it back in an turn it on.
This happens on the Android system including all Google services
Google search,Youtube,Play Store ...
To fix this problem :
go to Settings
- Application manger
- Google Play services
then Clear Cache .
I would try clearing the data and cache on Google Play services
and on Google Play Store first as it's the usual culprit. Keep in mind that after a reboot, Google Play Services will have to rebuild the data and cache and it will need a WiFi connection to do it. Launch the Play Store to get the ball rolling. If it seems balky for a minute or two don't stress as it's just rebuilding the cache. If it asks you to log in again with your Google account don't be concerned as that is part of the rebuild.