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2015-06-05 03:49 PM - edited 2015-06-05 03:50 PM
On L been getting constant popups for "Capacity for NFC services full" dialog box. fairly random.. almost every time i pickup the phone i get this dialog box pop up.
then if i press CANCEL, it will dismis
if i press "Change services" i go to another sceen that is just a blank white space with title "Change available services" "capacity used for nfc services is 115$" CANCEL (OK greyed out)
I CANNOT GET RID OF THE POP UP DIALOG BOX .
Someone Please help.
i've had this ever since upgrading to L.
2015-06-05 10:23 PM
Looks like it's the Scotiabank app:
So far I've found just turning on NFC keeps it from popping up. I don't like to leave it on normally but I'll keep it running until Scotia fixes with an update. Would rather do that than have to uninstall until then.
2015-06-05 03:58 PM
See if something from this topic helps:
2015-06-05 04:53 PM
thanks for replying
i have tried this and rebooted, still continues to popup.
and so i also left the NFC Service disabled, still pops up -- very strange
2015-06-05 05:49 PM
2015-06-05 06:01 PM
Rickard will take a look after the weekend.
2015-06-05 09:45 PM - edited 2015-06-05 09:50 PM
I have the same problem.
It wasn't there before. I got the handset with L already on it about a month ago. It was working fine until yesterday.
I did a factory reset, NOTHING.
I removed some applications, thinking maybe this is a memory issue (I know that sounds dumb) ... STILL NOTHING.
Anyways ... I hate myself for having bought this phone.
OH ... I've also noticed my battery drains much more quickly!!
Sony Z3 Compact
2015-06-05 09:50 PM
reinstall lollipop with pCC, yes, again > do NOT install any app from the playstore > uninstall any preloaded antivirus > use the phone like that for 1 or 2 days > report back, make sure that it's a clean update, which means, it will factory reset your phone.
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