Hi, so every time I long press the middle button on my phone, an error message pops up:
Unfortunately, the process com.android.systemui has stopped.
.Once I press `OK` the background goes black for a second and it takes me to the "swipe to unlock" screen.
Everything works normal, but I can't access the menu that displays open apps by long pressing the middle button.
I don't know if this helps here's some system info
Model number: SGH-T399N
Android version: 4.4.2
Kernel version: 3.4.39-2903595
Here are some troubleshooting steps I've already taken that hasn't done anything:
Taking the battery out for 30 seconds (while it was still on)
Updating (System says it's up to date)
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I had the same issue--phone was fine last night, and I woke up to that error this morning when pressing the home key.
Tried all sorts of things, from removing lots of Google apps to removing the battery.
In the end I downloaded and ran CM Security. It cleared a couple of things on the phone, and the error was fixed. The app even helped with battery usage, which was beginning to be a problem.
Hope this helps you!
That's unfortunate as I use the google app a lot. I have the widget on my home screen (or had now that I uninstalled it), providing much more convenience than having to open and wait for a browser to load, then search. Maybe I should take this issue to google then.
yeah, you got a point. The only thing I lost was the "OK GOOGLE" that I just enabled. Which of course installed the latest "Google" APP which caused the problem it appears. It does look like it is a GOOGLE ISSUE.
I tried a full factory reset which reformated cache and memory and that did not solve mine. but removing the APP did. I would love to find another solution since I am sure I am going to run into a road block somewhere not having the Google App...in the meantime...
May be this is google app issue or sometimes wiping caache partition will also work. I have found this useful guide that suggest some other option to fix com.android.systemui has stopped error.