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google services problem after lollipop update

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google services problem after lollipop update

I updated my phone to android lollipop today. It seemed fine until it told me to update google services or it won't run, I checked and it seems up to date. I tried restarting my phone but the message won't go away and there is no way for me to update. Anyone has an idea how to solve it?

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Re: google services problem after lollipop update

Hi,

Could you try to update/install Google Play services from play.google.com?
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.android.gms&hl=en

Login with your Google account that you have on your phone > Press "Install" > Choose your device > Install.

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Re: google services problem after lollipop update

@bcoztunc

 

Settings > apps > all > playstore > clear data > uninstall updates > restart the phone > check again.




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