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2017-02-15 06:03 PM
Today I have updated my M4 Dual to Marshmallow and the nightmare just followed.
Turning on the phone I got "Process System is not responding" prompt and everytime I updated an app or I cleared the app data an error message of "Capacity for NFC services full" popped up
I tried booting into Safe Mode but those message won't go away. I have factory reset my phone again but there is no luck.
What should I do next to get rid of these two errors?
2017-02-15 06:53 PM
You might be able to check what the status of NFC is in USB Debugging.
You'll need to connect the phone to a PC in ADB mode.
Once you connect in adb in a command prompt, command lines are
That should print out the NFC state
2017-02-15 07:13 PM
Thanks for your prompt reply. However how can I make use of the info from dumpsys?
My NFC is actually working fine but I do not want to always turn it on. The error comes up during NFC is off.
2017-02-16 01:13 AM
Welcome to the community.
Have you tried resetting the NFC Services?
To do this please go to Settings > Apps > 3 Dots > Show System > NFC Service > Storage > Clear Data, then restart your phone.
2017-02-16 04:34 AM - edited 2017-02-16 07:48 AM
Thanks for your reply.
I have tried clearing the data and restarting the phone but the problem is still there, not to mention the error popped up evertime I deleted app data.
It should be something to do with the latest Google Play services and Sony's Marshmallow, considering this pops up consistantly during app update.
2017-02-16 04:39 AM
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2017-02-16 11:56 PM
Do you have any banking apps installed that have tap and pay functionality?