Crash when saving contactsSupport

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  1. DrNick13

    DrNick13 Member

    Hi, I'm having a problem saving contacts on my i7500L (Bell Canada).

    I can create and edit the contact fine, but when I choose to save it, I get the following message:
    Code (Text):
    1. Sorry! The process android.process.acore has stopped unexpectedly. Please try again.
    And the only option I have is to "Force Close" the contacts application.

    How can I fix this???

  2. dri001

    dri001 Well-Known Member

    Which version of Android are you running?
  3. Lelouch

    Lelouch Well-Known Member

    Same question as above.
    I think that you need to re-flash the ROM again. [​IMG]
  4. DrNick13

    DrNick13 Member

    Currently running 1.5. Can't upgrade to 1.6 though, blame Bell.
  5. DrNick13

    DrNick13 Member

    How do I do this and will I lose my apps and contacts?
    Sorry for the double post.
  6. tiki66

    tiki66 Member

    Well, I'm pretty new in Galaxy and Android world, but I know you can use ODIN or you can install custom rom (Galaxo or GAOSP):

    Here is method if you want to use Galaxo or GAOSP custom roms:

    And here is ODIN method:

    You will lose your applications, but you can always install them later, right?
    And you can sync your contacts to a gmail account or make a backup to a sd card.
  7. Lelouch

    Lelouch Well-Known Member

    You can go with Galaxo (no such problems with Bell). And I think that issues with Bell are fixed in GAOSP 2 Beta 3 and the newest GAOSP releases.

    tiki66 has given you the needed links for you to study. [​IMG]
  8. DrNick13

    DrNick13 Member

    How would I back this up to an SD card since I can't do the gmail sync cause I don't have a data plan?

    Btw, thanks for the quick response :)
  9. Lelouch

    Lelouch Well-Known Member

    Use your Wi-Fi connection if available (Wi-Fi hotspot, your friends Wi-Fi) in order to sync with g-mail and you're ready to go. [​IMG]
  10. DrNick13

    DrNick13 Member

    Tried do this and I get the following error:
    Code (Text):
    1. You don't have a network connection. This could be a temporary problem or your SIM card may not be provisioned for data services. Please try again when you are connected. If it continues, call customer care.
    And I know it isn't a problem with my wireless router since I can use the web browser fine.
  11. Lelouch

    Lelouch Well-Known Member

    Can you go to Market?
    Google for an app that lets you save contacts to your SIM card - I think there was such an app, but I'm not sure. [​IMG]

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