Once you exit the Safe mode, you can delete third-party apps one by one until the problem is solved (start with the apps you installed recently), or perform a factory data reset (this will delete all your data, apps, and personal settings).
This section contains some information to help you get started with the Google Contacts API. If you already have a test account with a project registered in the API Console, then you're all set; you can visit the Google Contacts API user interface to set up, edit, or view your test data. Contacts Service my Service = new Contacts Service("YOUR_APPLICATION_NAME"); // Authorize the service object. The Google APIs client libraries can handle some of the authorization process for you.
Request Settings settings = new Request Settings("YOUR_APPLICATION_NAME"); // Add authorization token. Contacts Request cr = new Contacts Request(settings); // ... When your application requests non-public user data, it must include an access token.
Every request that you send using the Google Contacts API should specify version 3.0 of the API.
import com.google.gdata.client.*; import com.google.gdata.client.contacts.*; import com.google.*; import com.google.contacts.*; import com.google.extensions.*; import com.google.*; import They are available for a variety of programming languages; check the Libraries and Samples page for more details. public static Contact Entry create Contact(Contacts Service my Service) import import import gdata.contacts.client import gdata.def create_contact(gd_client): new_contact = gdata.
import import import gdata.contacts.client import gdata.# ... Contacts Client(source='YOUR_APPLICATION_NAME') # Authorize the client. The token also identifies your application to Google. You must register your project in the Google API Console and enable the Contacts API service in order to use OAuth 2.0.