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Solved: GalaxyS3 and google error messages

Discussion in 'Android Mobile Devices' started by fichtnermw, Feb 2, 2013.

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  1. fichtnermw

    fichtnermw Thread Starter

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    An old guy (me) being dragged into the 21st century has been given a GalaxyS3. I'll spare you the details of my wife and I, in our first attempt, poking, tapping, swiping and waving at the thing just trying to make a friggin' phone call. But we are making progress. We are stuck, however, with the following issue.
    When accesing internet using Google, we usually get the following error message:

    "We're sorry...but you computer or netwrok may be sending automated queries. To protect our users, we can't process your request right now".

    This never happens when using our desktop computer. Any idea what can be done about this?
    Thanks.
    Mike
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    fichtnermw Thread Starter

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    Perhaps we've puzzled out the issue. Although browsing with Google was working sometimes, it may nonetheless be the case that we add not set up our Google account fully. Repeated that process, and for the moment we seem to be connecting and browsing without problems. I'll see if this continues.
    But thanks to anyone who was considering a response.
     
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