I had a similar problem but on another device, though try if it can fix your problem this is the what I did:
I opened the Terminal Emulator and typed:
$ su # logcat
Then I held 'Volume down' (a.k.a. Ctrl) and 'c' to stop the output. I scrolled a bit up in the output and found a line that said:
E/SQLiteOpenHelper( 5231): Couldn't open alarms.db for writing (will try read-only): E/SQLiteOpenHelper( 5231): android.database.sqlite.SQLiteException: Can't downgrade database from version 7 to 5
OK, so this is where it's breaking. I wasn't really interested in finding out what should the proper combination of ownership/permissions for the file as I didn't really trust it would end just here, downgrading database version offers a range of situations that can go wrong. And since I don't really care for my past alarm clock times, I got rid of the old database:
# cd /data/data/com.android.deskclock/databases # mv alarms.db alarms.db.bak
otherwise at the time I looked out for this problem the only other solution I saw was to wipe and restore my phone. If you do so, don't forget to backup all your data first!
Good luck, I hope it helped you or someone.