How To Fix "App Keeps Crashing, Force Close, Unfortunately App Has Stop Or Not Responding" On Android 8 Oreo, Android 7 Nougat, Android 6 Marshmallow, Android 5 Lollipop, Android 4 KitKat And Android Jelly Bean || how to fix "app not responding" on Android phone in April 2020

App crashing is one of the major and most common error message we get on every Android phones, especially when a phone is upgraded to a higher operating system, it also requests for app update as to match with the current OS your device is running on.

App crashing often occurs when an app has a new update sometimes and because of not updating it. Therefore, it is advisable to backup your previous app version before upgrading to another version so that if by any chance the app didn't support your device, you'll be able to continue using your backup app until when you have a supported update.

Sometimes, most people despise the idea of uninstalling current app to install the older version of the same app “i.e if the current update is buggy.” However, they feel like they will loose their currently saved data which is true and secondly, it's not possible to install an app with the same ID. Hence, it'll only show you “App not installed” error message but there's a way out, you can install the older version of your app without uninstalling it by simply making use of Downgrade process.

During the days of Jelly Bean, KitKat and Lollipop, even Marshmallow and Nougat app crashing can be fixed without consulting anyone or surfing the internet to get your problem solved. Hence, we only use to experience “App isn't responding, Wait or Close” and now, it's left for you if you're to wait patiently or to restart it. In most cases, if am in a hurry, I normally close the app and start afresh but if not, I'd rather wait.

Nevertheless, this shouldn't be an issue to you anymore, as we have written a step-by-step guide on how to fix “Unfortunately Instagram has stop, Facebook keeps stopping or WhatsApp not responding” error messages. So, if you're using Android Pie, Oreo, Nougat, Marshmallow, Lollipop, KitKat or Jelly Bean, here's how you can solve the problem...

How To Fix Unfortunately, Pokemon Go Has Stop Or Facebook Messenger Isn't Responding On Android Lollipop, KitKat And Jelly Bean:

“Marshmallow And Nougat can also try this process as well”:

★ Navigate to your Phone settings, to Apps

★ Tap on the force closing app and clear Cache & Data. If possible, move to Data Storage (Phone Storage).

★ If the problem continues, download another version of the same app because the problem might be from the app source or from the update.

Furthermore, if this problem continues, then try to make use of Android 8 Oreo process to put your app back on track. As per the experiment I carried out myself, I noticed wiping cache partition can do, it worked for me but I don't know if it'll work for you. However, you can give it a try.

Wiping cache partition means wiping temporary and junk files that is stored on your device, and in most cases, app crashing are caused by corrupt/junky files. So by using this procedure, I've also wipe off the corrupt file as well as getting more free storage space to my smartphone. For you to succeed in this process, you need to boot your device into recovery and to do that is what you'll see below!

How To Fix “Pinterest Keeps Stopping, Unfortunately Instagram Has Stopped Or Chrome Not Responding” On Android 8 Oreo:

“Other Android version can still make use of this steps”:
★ Boot into recovery (turn off your device then hold Power button + Up Volume button together “depending on your device”).

★ Hold the buttons until the Recovery menu shows up

★ Use Volume buttons to navigate to Recovery mode and select it using the Power button

★ In the Recovery mode menu, navigate to Wipe Cache Partition and select it with the Power button.

★ Once done, navigate to Reboot System n
Now and select it using the Power button.

★ Finally, launch the app again and see if it'll open. If it continues uninstall the app and wait for the next update or better still, downgrading can do...

How To Fix “Twitter Keeps Stopping, Unfortunately Snapchat Messenger Has Stopped Or Reddit Not Responding” On Android 8 Oreo Only:

If you're an Android 8 Oreo user and have tried all the aforementioned steps but didn't work for you, you still have one more chance to fix app keeps stopping. To do this, simply follow the steps below.

★ Uninstall the app

★ Have a working and stable internet connection (Wi-Fi only)

★ Install the app again

★ And finally, launch it for the first time with your phone connected to WiFi network

That's it!

How To Fix “YouTube Keeps Stopping, Unfortunately Spotify Music Has Stopped Or Netflix Not Responding” On Any Android Device:

App crashing can be so annoying, this often happens with most useful Android apps like Pokémon GO, Poke Radar for Pokemon GO, Snapchat Messenger, Instagram, Google Maps, Facebook, YouTube, iTunes U, Spotify Music, Netflix and lot of them.

However, using the above procedure can solve the problem but it's not an assurance that it'll work once you finish the steps. There's no harm in trying so you can at least give it a try. Do tell us if this procedure worked for you or not using the comment box below!!!


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