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    via Stack Overflow by zbryan

    Google Repository and Google Play Service should be updated to its latest version. You can update these on your Android studio's SDK manager. If it still doesn't work out, disable google data backup service from manifest and test if there are errors.

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    via android.com by Unknown author

    This happens because the PackageManager cannot find the package named com.google.android.backup installed on your device, emulator etc. Update the dependencies and run your application again.

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via snip2code.com by Unknown author, 1 year ago
Application package com.google.android.backup not found
via Stack Overflow by codejam.tk
, 2 years ago
Application package com.google.android.backup not found
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