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When you share a page, I made previously by e-mail the default choice. I have more like this setting and you want all the options available when a page sharing. I erased all the data/settings & uninstalled/reinstalled that disabled by default.

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  3. Tap the current default value of sharing (for example: Gmail, Twitter, Facebook...)
  4. Press the "Clear defaults" button on the page of the application

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