How to fix Galaxy Note10+ Twitter has stopped error | Twitter keeps crashing or won’t load

Twitter is one of the most popular apps today but just like any other similar apps, it can sometimes fail. If your Galaxy Note10+ keeps showing Twitter has stopped error and you don’t know what to do, this article should provide the solutions. Learn what you can do by following our suggestions below.

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How to fix Galaxy Note10+ Twitter has stopped error | Twitter keeps crashing or won’t load

Are you getting Twitter has stopped error on Galaxy Note10+? There are a number of factors that you must check to know where the issue lies. This guide will help you with that.

Galaxy Note10+ Twitter has stopped fix #1: Check for online solution

Twitter issues usually go away on their own or fixed by the developer with updates. In some cases, server problems may be to blame and if a problem affects a number of users, the developer will likewise release updates as soon as possible. As an end user, all you have to do is to check for a solution online. Do a quick Google search for “Twitter issue” and see if there’s any on-going outage. 

To check for a possible solution, try to update the app if it’s available. To do that, go to the Play Store app and check.

  1. Open the Play Store app.
  2. Tap More settings icon at the upper left (three horizontal lines).
  3. Tap My apps & games.
  4. Check for updates. Tap Update or Update all button.
  5. Check for the problem.

Galaxy Note10+ Twitter has stopped fix #2: Update Twitter app

Updating a misbehaving app can sometimes fix problems. To check for a possible solution, try to update the app if it’s available. To do that, go to the Play Store app and check:

  1. Open the Play Store app.
  2. Tap More settings icon at the upper left (three horizontal lines).
  3. Tap My apps & games.
  4. Check for updates. Tap Update or Update all button.
  5. Check for the problem.

Galaxy Note10+ Twitter has stopped fix #3: Restart the app

Another way to fix Galaxy Note10+ Twitter has stopped issue is simple: restart the app. If you haven’t tried this, be sure to do this at this point. Try to force quit the app and see if that will help. There are two ways to do this.

Method 1: Close an app using Recent Apps key

  1. On your screen, tap the Recent Apps soft key (the one with three vertical lines on the left of the Home button).
  2. Once the Recent Apps screen is shown, swipe left or right to look for the app. It should be here if you managed to run it previously.
  3. Then, swipe up on the app to close it. This should force close it. If it’s not there, simply tap the Close All app to also restart all apps.

Method 2: Close an app using App Info menu

Another way to force close an app is by going within the app’s settings itself. It’s a longer way compared to the first method above but it’s equally effective. You want to use this method if you plan on doing other troubleshooting for the said app like clearing its cache or data. Here’s how it’s done:

  1. Open Settings app.
  2. Tap Apps.
  3. Tap the More settings icon (three-dot icon, upper right).
  4. Tap Show system apps.
  5. Find and tap the app.
  6. Tap Force Stop.

Galaxy Note10+ Twitter has stopped fix #4: Perform soft reboot

In some cases, doing a soft reset or forced reboot is an effective way to fix Galaxy Note10+ Twitter has stopped. On your Galaxy Note10+, there are three ways to restart it. 

Method 1

This is the normal way of restarting a working Galaxy Note10+. Be sure to try this one first before attempting the two other methods below. To normally restart your unresponsive Galaxy Note10+:

  1. Press and hold the Power button.
  2. Once the Power menu launches, select Restart.
  3. Tap Restart to confirm.

Method 2

The other way to unfreeze an unresponsive Galaxy Note10+ is to do a certain hardware button combination. Unlike the Galaxy S10 series, your Note10+ has no dedicated Bixby button so there’s a different way to perform soft reset. Below are the steps to turn off your Note10 using hardware buttons:

  1. Press and hold the Volume Down and Bixby/Power buttons for about 10 seconds.
  2. Once the Power menu shows up, release both Volume Down and Bixby/Power buttons.
  3. Tap Power off.
  4. This simulates the effect of having disconnected the battery from the device. If this works, this should unfreeze the device.

Method 3

This third method is basically the same as the second method. The only difference is that there’s a delay in pressing the Bixby/Power button. Here’s how it goes:

  1. Press and hold the Volume Down button first and don’t release it.
  2. While holding it down, press and hold the Bixby/Power key.
  3. Keep both buttons held down for 10 seconds or more. 
  4. Once the Power menu shows up, release both Volume Down and Bixby/Power buttons.
  5. Tap Power off.

IMPORTANT TIP: Rebooting your device regularly at least once every week can be beneficial. If you tend to forget things, we suggest that you configure your phone to reboot on its own. You can schedule it to do this task by doing these steps:

  1. Open Settings app.
  2. Tap Device Care.
  3. Tap the 3-dot at the top.
  4. Select Auto restart.
  5. Enable Auto restart by moving the slider to the right.
  6. Select your schedule when Auto restart happens.

Galaxy Note10+ Twitter has stopped fix #5: Clear cache and data

When dealing with any app issue, your device can benefit from clearing its cache. Here’s how to do it:

  1. Go to the Home screen.
  2. Tap Apps icon.
  3. Open Settings app.
  4. Tap Apps.
  5. If you’re looking for a system or default app, tap on More settings at the upper right (three-dot icon).
  6. Select Show system apps.
  7. Find and tap the appropriate app.
  8. Tap Storage.
  9. Tap Clear Cache button.
  10. Check for the problem.

Should clearing of the app’s cache won’t make a difference, try to also reset its settings to defaults. To clear an app’s data and return it to its defaults:

  1. Go to the Home screen.
  2. Tap Apps icon.
  3. Open Settings app.
  4. Tap Apps.
  5. If you’re looking for a system or default app, tap on More settings at the upper right (three-dot icon).
  6. Select Show system apps.
  7. Find and tap the appropriate app.
  8. Tap Storage.
  9. Tap Clear Data button.

Galaxy Note10+ Twitter has stopped fix #6: Reinstall app

If Twitter app is third party, which means that you added it after setting up the device, we suggest that you reinstall it instead of clearing its data. Below are the steps to delete or uninstall an app

  1. From a Home screen, swipe up or down from the center of the display to access the apps screen.
  2. Open Settings app.
  3. Tap Apps.
  4. Ensure All is selected (upper-left).  If necessary, tap the Dropdown icon (upper-left) then select All.
  5. Locate then select the appropriate app. If system apps aren’t visible, tap the Menu icon (upper-right) then select Show system apps.
  6. Tap Uninstall to delete an app.
  7. Tap OK to confirm.

After a few moments, restart the app before adding Twitter app again.

Galaxy Note10+ Twitter has stopped fix #7: Clear network settings

If you continue to have Twitter has stopped error on your Galaxy Note10+, try to reset the device’s network configuration. This is usually effective in fixing network issues like texting or voice calling troubles, or in resolving problems with apps that require internet connection to work like Twitter. To reset network settings:

  1. From a Home screen, swipe up or down from the center of the display to access the apps screen.
  2. Open Settings app.
  3. Tap General management.
  4. Tap Reset.
  5. Tap Reset network settings.
  6. Tap Reset settings to confirm.

Galaxy Note10+ Twitter has stopped fix #8: Wipe cache partition

Another possible cause for your Google Maps issue may be a bad system cache. If the problem coincided after you installed a system update or app, you should consider wiping the cache partition. Follow the steps below on how to wipe the cache partition. 

  1. Turn off the device.
  2. Press and hold the Volume Up key and the Bixby / Power key.
  3. When the green Android logo displays, release both keys (‘Installing system update’ will show for about 30 – 60 seconds before showing the Android system recovery menu options).
  4. The Recovery screen menu will now appear. When you see this, release the buttons.
  5. Use the Volume Down button until you are highlighting ‘Wipe cache partition.’
  6. Press the Power button to select ‘Wipe cache partition.’
  7. Use Volume Down to highlight Yes.
  8. Press the Power button to confirm the action to clear the cache.
  9. Wait for a second as the system wipes the cache.
  10. Press the Power button again to reboot the device. This will return the device to the normal interface.
  11. That’s it!

Galaxy Note10+ Twitter has stopped fix #9: Observe on Safe Mode

If your Galaxy Note10+ Twitter has stopped issue started after installing a new app, try to delete the app to fix it. If you can’t recall the app but suspects that one of the apps is causing it, you can restart the phone to Safe Mode.  Running your device in this mode won’t delete any of your personal data such as photos, videos, apps, documents, etc. so you can safely do this as a troubleshooting step.

To restart your Samsung Galaxy Note10+ to safe mode:

  1. Press and hold the Power button until the Power off menu appears then release.
  2. Touch and hold Power off until the Safe mode prompt appears then release.
  3. To confirm, tap Safe mode.
  4. The process may take up to 30 seconds to complete.
  5. Upon reboot, “Safe mode” should appear in the lower-left of the home screen.
  6. Check for the problem.
  7. If the issue goes away on safe mode, turn safe mode off by pulling down the notification shade from the top and tapping on the notification. This should allow you to check if the issue returns. If it does, you’ll need to identify the bad app.

Safe Mode may be a useful trick in checking for a problem but it won’t pinpoint the exact app. In order to identify which of your apps may be behind the problem, you’ll have to do a process of elimination. Here’s what you need to do exactly:

  1. Boot Galaxy Note10+ to safe mode.
  2. Check for the problem.
  3. If the issue returns or once you’ve confirmed that a third party app is to blame, you can start uninstalling apps one by one. You’ll need to do spend some time doing this if you have plenty of apps installed. We suggest that you begin with the most recent ones you added. 
  4. It’s important that you only uninstall a single app at a time. After removing an app, restart the phone to normal mode and check for the problem again.
  5. If your Galaxy Note10+ is still problematic, repeat steps 1-4 until the rogue app has been identified.

Keep in mind that there’s no shortcut to knowing which app is bad or buggy. Just be patient and keep repeating the cycle above if the problem returns after removing one app. Once the issue stops, the most recent app you deleted must be the culprit. Be sure not to re-install the bad app. You can add the rest of the apps you deleted previously afterwards.

Galaxy Note10+ Twitter has stopped fix #10: Reset app preferences

Some apps require default, system apps or services in order to work. To ensure that default apps are up and running, follow these steps:

  1. Open Settings app.
  2. Tap Apps.
  3. Tap on More settings at the upper right (three-dot icon).
  4. Select Reset app preferences.
  5. Restart your Galaxy Note10+ and check for the problem.

Galaxy Note10+ Twitter has stopped fix #11: Erase device with factory reset

If Twitter still keeps crashing on your Galaxy Note10+ at this time, it’s not a bad idea to check for possible software bug. To do that, you want to factory reset your device. To avoid losing personal data such as photos, videos, documents, and text messages, be sure to back them up ahead of time. 

Below are the two ways to factory reset your Note10+:

Method 1: How to hard reset on Samsung Galaxy Note10+ via Settings Menu

This is the easiest way to wipe your Galaxy Note10+. all you have to do is to go under Settings menu and follow the steps below. We recommend this method if you have no trouble going under Settings.

  1. Create a backup of your personal data and remove your Google account.
  2. Open Settings app.
  3. Scroll to and tap General management.
  4. Tap Reset.
  5. Select Factory data reset from the given options.
  6. Read the information then tap Reset to continue.
  7. Tap Delete All to confirm action.

Method 2: How to hard reset on Samsung Galaxy Note10+ using hardware buttons

If your case is that the phone is not booting up, or it boots but Settings menu is inaccessible, this method can be helpful. First, you need to boot the device to Recovery Mode. Once you successfully access Recovery, that’s the time that you begin proper master reset procedure. It may take some tries for you before you can access Recovery so be patient and simply try again.

  1. If possible, create a backup of your personal data ahead of time. If your problem prevents you from doing that, then simply skip this step.
  2. Also, you want to make sure that you remove your Google account. If your problem prevents you from doing that, then simply skip this step.
  3. Turn off the device. This is important. If you can’t turn it off, you’ll never be able to boot to Recovery Mode. If you are not able to shut the device off regularly via the Power button, wait until the phone’s battery is drained. Then, charge the phone for 30 minutes before booting to Recovery Mode.
  4. Press and hold the Volume Up key and the Bixby / Power key.
  5. When the green Android logo displays, release both keys (‘Installing system update’ will show for about 30 – 60 seconds before showing the Android system recovery menu options).
  6. The Recovery screen menu will now appear. When you see this, release the buttons.
  7. Use the Volume Down button until you are highlighting ‘Wipe data/factory reset.’
  8. Press the Power button to select ‘Wipe data/factory reset.’
  9. Use Volume Down to highlight Yes.
  10. Press the Power button to confirm the action to clear your phone data.

 


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