How do you fix the error "com.google.process.gapps has stopped"?

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asked Feb 12, 2014 in Android by marian (2,080 points)
edited Oct 27, 2014 by osky

  • How to solve stop error procese com.google.com has stopped
  • What does unfortunately process com.google.process.gapps has stopped mean
  • I want to know how to solve com.google.process.gapps error help me please error
  • www.com.google.process.gapps

Do you have any solutions?

 


commented Dec 10, 2014 by Amer

Fine Thanks .its work for me lot of thanks
commented Mar 20, 2015 by Grateful
Thank you very much, it worked for Nexus 7.
commented Apr 2, 2015 by anonymous
how to solve this problem
commented Apr 2, 2015 by administrator (9,170 points)
Described below

17 Answers

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answered Jan 6, 2015 by Milan Tiwari IITD
edited Mar 27, 2016 by osky
 
Best answer

Just one special thing here, log out of google account and clear data, then restart, again log in. (sync on for only one account), in detail..

I tried everything in this forum, and all suggestions from a half dozen other forums, and nothing worked for me. BUT, I figured out a solution that did finally, if the problem persists for anyone else like it did for me (No factory reset required!): First, remove your Google account (no big deal, you can sign back in in a few minutes). Then, go to Settings>Apps>All> Scroll down to the G's until you get the first thing that has Google in it's name. The first one on my phone (galaxy nexus, CM) is called "Google Account Manager". Click on it and hit "Clear Data". Repeat this process for everything Google in the list. Now sign back into your Google account. You should never see that message again! This worked for me, hopefully it will for you too, if any of the previous suggestions haven't already.

 

 

2)Switch off your phone

It is recommended every two or three days to turn off his phone for a few minutes at least. This simple manipulation can avoid many problems, and solve some. You can also remove the battery (if it's removable), wait a few minutes and then restart your device. This sounds silly, but this method has yet been proven.

Last resort: reset

If none of the above solutions work, you also remains a last resort: reset your device to factory settings. This will also give it a youth if it tends to slow down the pace. Beware though, this operation will delete all your device data (contacts, sms, settings ...), so remember to make a backup before (the super backup application will do the trick)

Go to your Settings <Backup and Reset
Click Reset to Factory Defaults

commented Feb 28, 2015 by Kim G
This worked perfectly for me! At least so far. I couldn't get any of the other solutions to work for me, but this finally did it! Thank you! :)
commented Mar 12, 2015 by Hafiz Imran Khan
Thank You reaaly thank you- i took a lot of steps but all in vain- still facing problems, BUT
this step, which You have writen, Worked 100%- And now My device is fully working without Any ERROR
commented Mar 12, 2015 by anonymous
edited Mar 14, 2015
Thanks all, i had the same issue and it troubled me for more than a week.. This really works.. Few people should upvote this one so that it becomes the first solution on this page, it would be helpful for others..
commented Mar 14, 2015 by anonymous
Thanks a lot for your help,sincerely! I tried everything but this was the solution that really worked. Thanks Again.!!!
commented Mar 17, 2015 by Homegirl
Thanks so much!  This worked on my husband's Nexus 9.  We were ready to throw it in the electronic recycle bin.  What a headache!  Really appreciate your post.  Nothing else worked.
commented Mar 19, 2015 by anonymous
Thank you Milan Tiwari, you saved my day, the problem is fixed on LG G2
commented Mar 20, 2015 by Nitin Shukla
thanks Milan...It helped me to resolve this error on Moto G
commented Mar 20, 2015 by Om
I have Samsung galaxy grand quattro. I tried this solution for my mobile but it didn't work. I am still getting this same  message. Can any one suggest me some solution for my mobile..?
commented Mar 20, 2015 by administrator (9,170 points)
did you try other answers below?
commented Mar 21, 2015 by MotoGUser
edited Aug 12, 2016 by osky
good afternoon friends .
I have an android Huawei 520 g which began to display the com.google.process.gapps has stopped unexpectedly and then switches itself off it and repeat the process, not let me in any application.
restart the factory with the volume buttons + the switching on and still the same.
Could you tell me if this has any solution, greetings and thanks
commented Mar 22, 2015 by anonymous
edited May 5, 2015 by osky
Yes ! com google process gapps keeps crashing worked. Thanks a lot.
commented Mar 24, 2015 by Gaffar Belim (8140951051)
Thanks Milanji, it does work. i resolved error.
commented Mar 24, 2015 by administrator (9,170 points)
What is your device?
commented Mar 26, 2015 by Phil Allen
edited Mar 26, 2015
This does seem to work if you keep at it long enough. In my case (Moto-g 2nd gen) the dreaded message mostly re-appeared in an instant ofter pressing OK. (I was hitting OK and frantically trying get the next step in before "IT" came back!) I think that basically uninstalling, killing, leaving, closing and disabling everything "Google" is the thing that has to be done  (leaving nothing out and getting rid of all data and caches) before restarting the phone or device. [BUT KEEP THE GOOGLE KEYBOARD INSTALLED - unless you have one you can plug in. Or you will have real problem later.] All this Google stuff can then be resurrected and nothing really important is likely to be lost. Hopefully Google themselves will come up with a solution to this eventually!
commented Mar 28, 2015 by Paulo
Thank you very much, Milan Tiwari!!! This solution was the only one that PERFECTLY  worked for me!!!
Tip: No need to reinstall your Android, just  follow this instruction!!!
commented Apr 2, 2015 by truth
Awesome fix.. only thing that has worked!
commented Apr 2, 2015 by administrator (9,170 points)
Please write comments with device model
commented Apr 9, 2015 by anonymous
It works!!! But I don't think you should repeat it for all google apps. You just need to clear the data of Google Play Service.
commented Apr 10, 2015 by Khid
edited May 2, 2015 by osky
In 95% of cases, just go to Settings -> Applications -> Manage applications, then click on the All button in the bottom of the list of applications to find the service you disabled. Then simply turn them on. This should solve the problem.

For prevention you can also clear the cache. To do this, go to the same item Application and click Delete Data \ Clear the cache.

Bug fixes "process com.google.process.gapps suddenly stopped"

After that supercharge your smartphone or tablet and enjoy. More Errors should not occur.

It is worth noting that it is completely safe method to solve the problem. When cleaning the data and cache, you will not lose any personal information, but only to remove the remains from the previous versions of the code itself cache.

If you have helped our advice - please share this material with your friends. And if and then you google.gapps process stops unexpectedly, it is possible you will only firmware smartphone or a full reset it to its factory state. If a full reset, you lose absolutely all the information that is available on your gadget, so before that it is necessary to keep all your data and synchronize them as far as possible. How to do this can be found in the detailed instructions.
commented Apr 12, 2015 by 'Sercan Demir (1,330 points)
I have an HTC One S with Android 4.1.1 and have come up this post because I had the same problem. In my case the problem appeared because I started a big shock and I realized that I had turned on wifi, so I canceled manually stopping. In Applications-> all-> Download Manager instead of "Clear Data" I clicked on "Disable", so he gave me this error and then blocked me the Play Store. Simply returning to Settings-> Applications-> Download Manager and clicking on "Clear Data" (to stop failed downloads) and returning to "Enable" I solved the problem. Hope that helps.
commented Apr 14, 2015 by Gaurav Sharma
I tried the same but didn't work yet.. Please suggest any other solution really frustrated with that error..
Thanks
commented Apr 16, 2015 by Aaron.
Thank you, Thank you, Thank you. Huawei Honor 6. Error popping up 2 secs after every time I OK'd it. Phone unusable. This is the only fix that worked after trying all the others out there. Much appreciated.
commented Apr 20, 2015 by CJ
worked perfectly! i got a Nexus 7.  i've been searching for a solution for the past week. thank you so much!
commented Apr 20, 2015 by Tanner
How do you remove your Google account?
commented Apr 22, 2015 by anonymous
Samsung GS6 edge...this was really freaking annoying.....it stopped popping up after i clear the data for google play services
commented Apr 23, 2015 by Priya
My moto g 2nd gen has the same problem and none of the above tricks have helped even after uninstalling everthing google in my fone
commented Apr 24, 2015 by anonymous
this worked perfect for my samsung galaxy 6 edge i recently bought...at first i was kinda scared because it kept popping up but bam this was the solver :)
commented Apr 26, 2015 by Marie Watkins Crocker
What worked for me, eventually, was following the OP's advice, and the pop-up warning ceased at Google Services Framework, which, having no "clear data" button, had a "manage data" button instead.  I tapped that (heh), and on the next screen was the "clear data" button.  Warning message cleared, it's been approx. 4 min.s so far, and hasn't returned.

Believe me, four minutes of no warning message is four minutes of sheer lack of frustration.  ;-D

I am using some kind of tablet my husband got for me last year, running on Android, as well it might, not being an i-Anything.  Just my input, take it as the non-techy comment it surely is.
commented Apr 26, 2015 by anonymous
Under Settings - Apps - All - download manager, according to Google is also a mistake, but rather on S3, but you can still watch times.
Hmm, more ideas I have not, unfortunately, that are so typical sources of error.
Personally would simply make a FullWipe, a clean fresh system is never bad and the 15min "work" ..
commented Apr 26, 2015 by anonymous
It was google play services that was causing the error for me. Thanks
commented May 2, 2015 by osky (127,200 points)
in any case it is related to synchronization. We must either clean the cache disabled or include boot. I consistently check the cache of all applications associated with the load (mainly social. Network). I found the cache in Google+. Clean, everything worked
commented May 4, 2015 by anonymous
edited May 20, 2015 by osky
Thank you, worked  i get rid of error  without uninstalling my apps yuppieee
commented May 5, 2015 by anonymous
See if you got updated version of google play to last. The other thing I recommend is to do as this error, go to descend activate applications and everything you have disabled. After deactivating walks to locate Until which is what you hang up.
I also found that you try these steps:

1) Go to Settings
2) Application Manager
3) Seek Google Play Store
4) Enter and put "Uninstall" (do not worry, do not delete the application updates we have, only the Google Play Store, any updates that we descended with Google Play Store will be affected)
5) Re-enter to Google Play Store and will have the previous version, which goes perfect and leaves update all apps. Then it updates itself with the new.
commented May 5, 2015 by anonymous
worked - it was google services that was the problem.
commented May 17, 2015 by anonymous
it was google services on my device too. (moto g 2nd generation)
commented May 22, 2015 by Pintapeppo
<3 works :'D how awesome, its been an annoying problem for two days for me
commented May 24, 2015 by Paul
Delicious! Erase all Google user-(buffer)-info and you have a clean phone....working. I'm on a OnePlusOne an just decided to put 5.1.1 on it (unofficial version), rooted. Had also problems finding the right GAPPs.  Look for 'Dirty Unicorns' for the latest versions...
commented May 28, 2015 by Phlip
Thank you so much for this!

After seeing so many places repeating the same "disable/reenable the download manger" or "reset your app preferences/clear a bunch of caches" stuff, none of which actually helped for me... removing/readding my Google account was what it took, and this message has stopped coming up for me!
commented May 28, 2015 by anonymous
Google play services did it. it was a pain disabling and deleting every google tab. the message was popping up incessantly….finally i got to google play services and it stopped when i disabled it…..whew
commented Jun 1, 2015 by steve
Iam using Sony Ericsson wt19i this solution is not working for me
Plz help me to get out of it
And for my device the enable and disable option in download manager is disappeared
commented Jun 1, 2015 by anonymous
Hi steve, i would recommend remove your google account (all), restart and then again add your google account (only one).
commented Jun 1, 2015 by anonymous
Thanks! This has worked for me for my Samsung tablet.
commented Jun 10, 2015 by SaravanaKumar.S
This solution is worked in my micromax  a106 device. Thanks a lot
commented Jun 11, 2015 by anonymous
Hello I have on my tablet get the same message but I did it to turn downloads and clear the cache of all my applications that were left clear the cache, not all is left but try with all reboot the tablet and turn it first thing I I came was that annoying and they do not know what else you would recommend to him please, my tablet is a chia of black colored thank you very much beforehand aaa hand and eh not downloaded apps or anything just see there's facebook and youtube not use it for anything else :)
commented Jun 15, 2015 by Erniee
This solution worked for me,I was frustrated couldn't get it to download thanks alot
commented Jun 17, 2015 by DIANA
samsung galaxy s5 worked perfectly!!  :)
commented Jun 17, 2015 by Vignesh
It worked - Clear Data of Google Calendar the pestering Window stopped coming.. yahooo
commented Jun 18, 2015 by Manoj
Worked perfectly for my new Galaxy S6. It was pestering even after applying lot of fixes suggested by other forums. This solution has worked 100% perfectly. Thanks a lot :)
commented Jun 18, 2015 by anonymous
None of this worked. Phone was unusable because of that notification coming up constantly so I pulled sims and SD card out and did a factory reset.
commented Jun 21, 2015 by Sachin Mule
thank you, its working on my mote2 phone.
commented Jun 26, 2015 by Jay
It seems like it worked for me too. Tks.
commented Jul 17, 2015 by anonymous
This worked for my 1st gen Moto g. Thank you.
commented Jul 29, 2015 by Zee
Thank you so much for this advice. The pop us every 2 seconds was so infuriating that I was on the verge of smashing my phone against the wall!
I tried everything else out there with no luck.This advice worked brilliantly and life is good again now. I have a Moto E Second Gen. Thanks !
commented Jul 30, 2015 by anonymous
same.  performed all suggestions on forums without resolution.  went into 'each' google app under "all" of downloads app manager, and cleared data and turned app off and then back on.  after "google speech to text" app - the pop-up error ceased.
commented Aug 2, 2015 by Subhash
Mines motog and while i am opening playstore it doesnt open... can u help me with this?
commented Aug 3, 2015 by anonymous
DIDNT WORK!!
commented Aug 4, 2015 by Subhash
it's too simply explained here! try clearing your total cache through reboot process! the process will be given in your mobile company website.. else google how to clear cache for your mobile while rebooting!
commented Aug 8, 2015 by Orlaith
Thankyou, so much, this has sorted the problem, at last,  many thanks!!
commented Aug 11, 2015 by anonymous
fantasticoooooo!!!!  WASS GOING KRAZY FOR A FEW DAYS!  THIS FIX WORKS
commented Aug 17, 2015 by Hoi Hoi
This has worked for me too!

1. Menu > Settings > Apps > All apps > Google Play Store > Uninstall
2. Menu > Settings > Apps > All apps > Google Play Store > Clear cache
3. Repeat for Google Play Services & Google Play Music.

This resets only the Google Play apps back to their factory settings, without having to do a full factory swipe on your phone!
I had this problem with a corrupt/unfinished download that kept restarting over and over.
commented Aug 19, 2015 by anonymous
lg kitkat 4.4.2 worked
commented Aug 21, 2015 by anonymous
thanks a lot
(Y)
it works fantastic way
commented Sep 17, 2015 by anonymous
Thank You for this information worked great! i was going crazy with all the messages apps not working ect.
commented Oct 12, 2015 by anonymous
REALLY WORKED FOR ME. S6 EDGE. THANKS!!! GOT RID OF THAT ANNOYING POP UP.
commented Oct 14, 2015 by rockyyogi
i tried the same steps to fix the issue on my Moto G2 phone but it didn't work for me.

Kindly help me !! The pop up is repeatedly appearing on my screen which is annoying.
commented Nov 2, 2015 by anonymous
edited Aug 12, 2016 by osky
Greetings, I have a Huawei G6L11 and started the message "Unfortunately the com process, google, process, gapps stopped" and did everything I recommend including wipe off factory and yet the message still appears, I have not been able reconfigure.

Go to settings - applications - and erases all data cache and google play store. Back - google services down to play - clear data and uninstall. this solutions work for me

THANK YOU...THANK YOU..THANK YOU!!!
commented Nov 11, 2015 by Jan G.
Finally!! This worked..after weeks of trying everything, including factory reset several times..THIS SOLUTION seems to have worked..so easy too.. we'll see if it lasts..on my Android tablet.
commented Dec 25, 2015 by anonymous
edited Mar 21, 2016 by osky
Good morning, I have a samsung galaxy core 2, root.
sincerely and probe all the ways that I found on the web and nothing works.
I'm about to make the factory reset but being rooted not do it accordingly.
Or if there is any application that you can install from google play on PC using Bluestacks and help me with this problem.
Thank you!!
commented Mar 17, 2016 by anonymous
THIS WORKED FOR ME! THANK YOU!!! I tried a LOT of other instructions before I found this. Thanks again!
I have a Asus Transformer T100 running KitKat.
commented May 19, 2016 by anonymous
Thank you so much! Tesco Hudl 2. Couldn't update anything or get onto Google play until I tried Google +. Then I could update.
commented May 23, 2016 by lily
my mobi has this problem! but turning it off and on even with the BATTERY removed,did nothing to stop the error message coming on the screen,I have  to do this every day as my galaxy note Original is GETTING on a bit! battery  charger port is nackered. But CONTACTING google as error message,they FIXED IT!
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answered Feb 12, 2014 by blandera (6,540 points)
edited May 21, 2015 by osky
How to fix the process com.google.process.gapps has stopped error solution
 
 
 
It's actually quite easy to fix. It should not really matter what device this error, or what application / function occurred, just follow these simple steps: 
 
1. Go to MENU 
2. Go to settings 
3. Go to applications 
4. Within ALL (All) Search DOWNLOAD MANAGER (or downlad Manager). 
5. turn it off and turn it back to activate
 
Menu-> Settings-> Applications-> All-> Download manager (Descatívalo and activate). 
 
 
commented Sep 12, 2014 by 'Sercan Demir (1,330 points)
I got rid of  "unfortunately google process gapps has stopped" error thanks to you :)
commented Dec 16, 2014 by anonymous
edited Mar 21, 2016 by osky
Good night, my Motorola g2, I suddenly off and I put x loading case, and now I get all the time,,, is to arrest the Google application and puts accept, give and nothing like this all the time. . Solution ....?,,,, Thanks ..
commented Dec 31, 2014 by anonymous
didnt work for me either....
commented Mar 10, 2015 by osky (127,200 points)
The message only gave me two options: Report or OK.
Selecting Report, opens a form to send the error to Google, but immediately comes out again that annoying com.google.process.gapps has stopped process, preventing practically write anything or navigate the phone menus.
By selecting OK, the message is deleted but reappears two seconds. Therefore leaves the phone inoperable. You can spend all day giving the message OK will rise again.

Also remember that the message was sometimes "has stopped Play Store application." And the same options, inform or accept. With the same result "loop".

What is Android greatest fault right?

It is my opinion, as I am not the only person that has happened. It seems to be a bug in Android widespread and a novice user can go crazy with this error :)
All I remember doing that can have some relationship has been stop an application manually (I think some language pack voice dictation by Google) because at that time had no wifi and I wanted to stop. The strange thing is that the error message appeared a few hours later.

Luckily, fixing this problem is easily solved. Although it is normal to pass first a hard time thinking that your phone has been totally useless because the error message still appears even restarting the phone (at least in my case).
What have I done was the following:

I entered my phone Settings.
In Settings, I went to Applications.
Applications I select All to show me those installed and running.
In All Apps, I'm going to end and there appears "Download" or "Download Manager" curiously Off.
Select the application and give it to Enable.


Android Download Manager Error google.process.gapps play store

From that moment the message disappeared and has not returned to show on screen, so the phone returns to normal operation.
Why is disabled this application? Maybe that's what I told you before or you may be deshabilitase alone, do not know.
commented Mar 12, 2015 by administrator (9,170 points)
apply the best solution at the above
commented Mar 18, 2015 by anonymous
just happened, and it does not erase the data cache all applications, simplimente that you see in the "all" you have to run the application that says "Download" because here? it is seen that this process gives this error when you download something and interrupt, as a kind of bug is created in the process, well at first would have to go off (des enabled) what habilitas, if not, delete data cache, the habilitas des and you re-enable not have that problem again, I come from a S3 mini !! Greetings to all !! hope you like my m served as
commented Mar 19, 2015 by osky (127,200 points)
Interestingly I spend my 2 days ago ... I gave many turns of thousands d ways. To clear the d google account and went back to get and nothing. Clear application data (google), updates and nothing. Alternatively last reflash over the same version of firm to wipe cache and wipe davlik cache (without deleting anything) and followed the same.
Until q resorted to the last alternative, delete everything and start from scratch.
Wipe data from scratch and everything returned to normal.
In my case that was the way unika q everything returned to normal after d have tried many alternatives
commented Mar 21, 2015 by anonymous
"I did it as such in my Tablet. Deactivation closed - opened again: configuration applications All ... to revive the Adminstrator of downloads, but disappeared from the list and the worst is that the hateful Message and disruption still appears. Since I am not computina not know it can affect the functioning of the Tablet, permanent deactivation Adminstrator Downloads and continue with the Message."
commented Apr 5, 2015 by Johnd25a
Thanks,
Worked on Google Nexus after going to apps, and clearing cache for google play store. I had previously deleted several apps in trying to remove the error, but your method seem to be the only one that worked.
commented Apr 13, 2015 by osky (127,200 points)
Hi , maybe you should restore the device to factory but remember to backup applications.

A greeting!
commented Apr 13, 2015 by osky (127,200 points)
Hello. By what other name I can identify "download manager" or "manager donwload" because I does not appear either. ALL I get into but not out with that name. I have many problems with each ROM install. I stop all processes, I close all apps installed. I do not know if it's a memory problem or what. I get that the SD is occupied almost entirely when I have not much there.
commented Apr 13, 2015 by anonymous
thank you very much for answering !! Delete some applications you no longer use or that neither stops are: P and the error keeps coming .. Where I search application to delete cache? I guess it's the only thing left to do me ..
commented Apr 13, 2015 by alauguri
depends on the terminal you have. Look it as "Download" and if you have any download manager installed you can download it as I mentioned above. The problems you mention the ROM are another matter. Maybe you should make a backup and return the terminal to factory condition. A greeting!
commented Apr 13, 2015 by miss
I have read and done everything listed, including deletion of the cache with a program called Clean Master q. As there is no way to stop the process stand or think the problem is resolved. I've even come to uninstall the programs that deal with Google and reinstall them. As there is no way to fix it. I have a Samsung Galaxy SII.
If you can help I'd appreciate it.
thanks
commented Apr 13, 2015 by anonymous
Hi, try to do the following:

Go to Settings / Application Manager / press the menu button (on the phone to the left of the home button, it looks like a page ..), then click reset application preferences.

A greeting.
commented May 21, 2015 by ME
edited May 22, 2015
Does not work on my Samsung Note 2. Would upgrading the OS help ?
commented May 21, 2015 by anonymous
Hello,
after a desperate cause research for "com.google.process.gapps" I came to this site and had tried as described above with my S3, the procedure - unfortunately appeared the error message after an hour aggressive again. By thinking I remembered that I had stopped the apps 'calendar u. Phone' for days earlier (from persönlichm.Grnd) Now I have this "activated" again, and lo and behold, the error message is gone.
commented Jun 4, 2015 by anonymous
There are many reasons why this error jumps, I have the same cell two weeks ago and tried all the solutions listed in google and in all forums. Unfortunately, I still see the error. One possible solution is to go into Settings> Applications, delete the cache and data of all google applications (Gmail, Google+, Maps, etc ...) After your Google removes the phone, reboot and you logueas of again from scratch. To me it worked me a couple of hours, but apparently there is a problem with the Play Store.

I wish you luck
commented Jun 4, 2015 by Krishna
I am using Moto G 2nd generation. i have used all above mentioned way but i am not getting rid off from this pop up. can any one help me ? :(
commented Dec 6, 2015 by anonymous
It works on my LG Sunrise
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answered Feb 12, 2014 by marian (2,080 points)
Thank you very much helped me a lot ja that in my eagerness to free RAM clear inadvertently downloads
commented Dec 13, 2015 by anonymous
Thanks God. Thank to you for advice. It works. Successful
commented Apr 3, 2016 by anonymous
Thanks for the valuable information to solve Google play store problem.
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answered Feb 12, 2014 by alya (6,950 points)
I did it as such in my tablet. 
 
I disabled-I closed - opened again: 
 
configuration 
applications 
All ... to revive the Adminstrator of downloads, but disappeared from the list and the worst is that you still see the hateful Message and disruption. 
 
As I'm not computina not know it can affect the operation of the tablet, the permanent deactivation Adminstrator of downloads and continue with the Message.
commented Feb 12, 2014 by danilo (11,290 points)
hi alya maybe you should restore the device to factory but remember to backup applications.

A greeting!
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answered Feb 12, 2014 by dapnorwacn (3,410 points)
Hello, I have read carefully your help but not result. I met with 2 reefs, one wished to reactivate the download manager but .. NOT .. and another, EL number STEP 4 the option not all, at least in LG Optimus P500H. Now I would like to please help me, and I consulted: If I happened to Android 3.2 Gingerber this little problem would be solved?? 
From already thank you very much for your help. For your time and kindness.
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answered Feb 12, 2014 by blandera (6,540 points)
edited Oct 2, 2014 by osky

http://technologygiant.net/how-to-fix-the-process-com-google-process-gapps-has-stopped-error/

 

unfortunately com.google.process.gapps has stopped solution  you can read solution about it 

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answered Sep 27, 2014 by administrator (9,170 points)
edited Sep 29, 2014 by osky

solution to com.google.process.gapps

Go to settings - applications - and delete all cache and data from google play store. Back - google services down to play - clear data and uninstall. Reboot and see if it is solved

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answered Oct 27, 2014 by osky (127,200 points)
It is an error during the update of the app. 
 
To solve it you have to uninstall all updates Google Play. 
 
1. In Settings 
 
2. We go into Applications 
 
3. Select Manage Applications 
 
4. On the top tab, select All 
 
5. We click on Google Play 
 
6. We click on uninstall updates
commented Dec 7, 2014 by anonymous
still the same.
commented Mar 19, 2015 by anonymous
this worked me.
This answer is found by internet
go to Settings >> Applications >> Downloads Manager in Execution, All. >> selected ** ALL ** slid to the end and there select. then give turn downloads and ready problem solved
if not equal clearing the cache google GOOGLE SERVICES play and helped me to other cases (eh tried it and it worked)
commented May 21, 2015 by anonymous
Hi Guys !! I had the problem grad (for half a day) .... and I've found a simple solution (after my hope had long since left me and I was driven only by my mere stubbornness). Enough . solution:  Settings -> Application Manager -> "All" -> press the Menu Symbol button on the smartphone frame - select "Reset app preferences">, and confirm .... problem solved immediately. At least with me hats work!
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answered Feb 4, 2015 by osky (127,200 points)
Some users have problems with com.google.process.gapps process, as this stops and, thus, some development stop working (and when it starts, is something that happens frequently). This is due to instability of the operating system, could happen both having a terminal of the Nexus range as someone with one of the Samsung Galaxy.
 
Well, we indicate steps to try to solve this easily without having to reboot the device, which moreover if persistence is high before or after may have to be made. But, perhaps, with the options then we may need is not bequeath to this end and that their effectiveness is quite high.
 
 
 
Disable download manager
 
This is a first option, to be used when applying specifically what is the cause of stability problems com.google.process.gapps process is unknown. The first thing you should do is access the settings of the affected terminal, the access method is indifferent. Now find the Applications Manager section, select the All option. You must go scrolling across the screen until you find an application called Download Manager.
 
Click on it and seeks called Disable button, which is what you should use to perform the process in question. Now enable the service, to confirm that everything goes well, repeat the operation once more, leaving about five seconds between each action. This, in principle, should help the problem with the process com.google.process.gapps correct.
 
 
 
Deletes a specific application to clear the cache
 
If you know perfectly when the stability problem occurs in the process, ideally directly attack this because it will be a specific application which is straining the Android operating system. Let's assume in this case that failure comes from Shazam.
 
Accessing Managed applications as explained in the previous section, seek development specifically in this case Shazam. Once located you click on it and in the same place that was the Disable button will now be Uninstall. Use it and the application is removed from the terminal. Now, reboot the device to wipe cache and, if necessary, you can reinstall it deleted, since in principle should no longer give more problems.
 
Restarts association preferences applications
 
Finally, before taking a more serious determination on the Android device to correct the problem of stability of com.google.process.gapps process. You can do this step that is sometimes effective. To do this, access the Managed Application and click on the Menu button, an option called Reset Preferences appears. Use it and now have to go indicated the operating system what type of application should be used in each case, rather than with the regular use of the terminal is done smoothly.
 
 
 
Other tricks for your device with Google's operating system can meet this Android Help section. We hope you find more than one that helps you.
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answered Feb 27, 2015 by anonymous
Disable your gmail account, delete it go, applying cache and dalvik wipes (the eye only those data do not touch)
E starts and put your mind back and tell me ...
commented Mar 5, 2015 by diane
I cant stay in settings long enough to do wot as been said i get none stop Google app as stopped cant force close also none Stop of other things that have stopped
commented Mar 6, 2015 by jim
I've got the same problem as diane, I cant get rid of the error message to allow me to do anything else on my nexus7. Help!
commented Mar 20, 2015 by Kate
Can anyone tell me how to get past the error message?  I cannot access anything as this message pops straight back up.  HELP!
commented Mar 21, 2015 by anonymous
generating the problem is serious. when i power on the phone, the famous message appears "but unfortunately,, com.google.process.gapps the process has stopped" i accept returns to appear ... but does not give me the possibility of doing nothing !!!. i made the factory reset tamopo but !!! . i think the androir system is one of the worst systems that there !!!
commented Mar 21, 2015 by anonymous
You have to get to the source of the error, watching. This error is caused by synchronization with Google account. In the synchronization settings Google account to tick things go testing and synchronizing until you disappear and the error appears. In my case synchronization markers Internet, I started carrying a folder and problems. I deleted the data in the Internet application and timing worked again.
commented Mar 23, 2015 by anonymous
MicroMax A106 Unite 2 fails after using all possible methods to clear that error messages
commented May 15, 2015 by Frustrated3000
NOTHING IS WORKING!!! I have a Huwei Ascend y300 - I've tried everything now!!! Reseting my internal memory, factory hard (and not) reset, rooting, restarting, rebooting, updating, clear cache, clear/stop/disable/uninstall google apps(including google account manager) and others like download manager. I keep on getting that ! message.
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answered Jun 9, 2015 by Daniel Rodgers
I have a solution for it! It working! Reinstall your firmware with odin using PC and the androud in download mode, If you are samsung user, you can find your firmware at sammobile.com , It others, google it for your firmware.
commented Jul 11, 2015 by anonymous
Thanks Buddy,I had same issue,tried many options but your solution has worked for me..many thanks once again..
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answered Jul 28, 2015 by anonymous

This error may actually refer to any application installed or pre-installed on the device Smiley frustrated

First check whether you actually need to contact one of phone service centers, I invite you to make an additional test: rerun restore to factory settings, clearing the items " Back up my data" and Automatic restore Smiley Winking

 

commented Nov 19, 2015 by Nayan
i am getting same error as unfortunately Google play has stop pop up continuously, where i am not able to type a text or make a call or do anything, it is so very much annoying, can some suggest me wt to do, i tried doing with all possiblities no use

moto g 2nd generation
commented Dec 27, 2016 by HELP
Okay so what if we cant get to settings. Mine is doing it at the initial setuo screen. And as its doing the gapps stopped working over again also it will not get past the initial checking connection this may take sime time, screen. Tried it hundreds of times co. Ect it to wifi. Different sims. All sorts of stuff but i keep getting the message and it will not ket ne skip the connection screen. Its on a alcatel 50560
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