Updating data causes system UI to stop! Android on Samsung S4.

Tried uninstall, clear cache, deleted system cache partition. Nothing else causes 'Unfortunately, System UI has stopped.' messge to pop up.

Here is exactly what happens: When I launch Mint, the first thing that pops up is the 'Unfortunately, System UI has stopped.' message, then the Enter passcode screen appears behind the message. At this point nothing outside the message works. Can't enter passcode and can't use back button. I can only click 'Ok' on message... If I click on 'OK' immediately, the screen goes blank then message comes back with passcode screen behind it, and everything is locked, except the message..... OR, if I wait about 20 seconds, then click on the 'OK' in the message, the screen goes blank and Enter passcode screen comes up, no message appears and everything is normal. Mint works fine at this point. However: if I pull down while on the Overview screen, the message appears and the Overview screen shows 'Downloading Data..., Refreshing Accounts... then Downloading Data. Screen is now locked till I press 'OK' on message, screen goes blank, then everything is normal again. Obviously I can live with this after spending countless hours online trying every fix available for this issue as mentioned at the beginning. This Only happens to my Mint app. Does anyone encounter this problem? Any help would be appreciated.

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