I have this same issue with Pandora v2302.2 on a Pixel 4 with Android 13, though occasionally, instead of "Android Services Library keeps stopping" the error is "Pandora keeps stopping". Through endless iterations and permutations of uninstalling/reinstalling, clearing the cache, clearing the data, and then exponentially more variations repeating with Google Play Services, I've come to something of a conclusion. It's the Pandora app, not Android Services. It seems to have something to do with the app's device permission routines for phone and bluetooth permissions and not the permissions themselves. Regardless of whether the permissions are granted or not, the app code apparently runs a routine to check for these two permissions in the first few seconds of playing a song. If the permissions are not already granted, it pops up a dialog requesting the permission. Music will usually continue playing in the background, but selecting "continue" or doing anything to get rid of the request dialog inevitably results in a crash. Thereafter, the app just crashes a few seconds after opening it which can only be resolved by clearing all app data (not just the cache). If the permissions are already granted, no request dialog pops up, but the app crashes at about the same time as the dialog otherwise would've popped up. Fiddling around with forced stops, clearing the cache, and repeatedly restarting the app sometimes results in music playing in the background behind the "Pandora keeps stopping" error message, but this is no way to operate. Literally unusable. Clearly something is wrong with the permissions routines or something else that occurs on the same event trigger. P.s. forgot to mention, on a clean never-opened installation, this error does not immediately occur. The app opens to the station list without fault. It is only after a station is selected to play that the above issue occurs.
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