Only Facebook comes pre-installed on your Samsung Galaxy S8. It’s Messenger, you really have to download and install it to be able to read and write private messages. But the thing is these apps are deeply integrated that if one crashes, the other might certainly be affected and crash as well. We’ve already addressed the
Youtube is one of the mandatory apps Google requires Android manufacturers to integrate into their phones. So, if you have an Android device, expect it to have Youtube and other Google apps. It’s deeply integrated into the system and it seldom has issues like other third-party apps. However, we have readers who own the Samsung
Whatsapp is one of the most popular apps any smartphone owners are using today and it’s well-developed with updates being rolled out from time to time to make sure it works well with any operating system it’s programmed to run on. However, there are times when problems may occur and the most common of them
Learn how to fix your Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus with Spotify app that keeps crashing. Understand the reason why this problem happens and learn the solutions that may work for you. App crashes are among the most common problems that Samsung users have always been complaining about for the past several months. As a matter
The error message “Unfortunately, Contacts has stopped” on your Samsung Galaxy #S8 smartphone notifies you that the built-in app that manages your contacts list crashes. While it’s clearly an app issue because an app crashes, it might just be a sign of a more serious firmware problem that’s it’s necessary to troubleshoot the device so
Instagram, being one of the most popular apps in the Google Play Store, is well-developed and maintained and if there are problems with it, they would be minimal and oftentimes easy to fix. However, some of the owners of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 have been complaining about the app that reportedly keeps on crashing.
Your #Samsung Galaxy #J3 has two built-in email clients. The first one being the default Android client while the second is one of Google’s mandated apps to come pre-installed in all Android devices–Gmail. In this post, I will tackle a somewhat minor issue involving the Galaxy J3 and the Gmail app, which is characterized by
Your Samsung Galaxy J7 has actually two built-in browsers. The first one is called “Internet” and the other is Chrome. The error message “Unfortunately, Internet has stopped” is actually notifying you about the web browser that crashes for some reason. More often than not, this error message is a sign that the problem behind it
Read and understand why a mid-range device like the #Samsung Galaxy #J7 may suffer from error messages like “Unfortunately, Photos has stopped” which involves a built-in application. Also learn how to troubleshoot your phone so that you’d know what to do if this error ever happened to you. Google Photos is one of the apps
App crashes may sometimes affect the overall performance of your phone but for a device with really impressive specs like the Samsung Galaxy S8, app problems are almost unheard of. There is, however, one problem that is haunting many of the S8 owners–the error “Unfortunately, Settings has stopped” which is more of a hardware problem
Facebook comes pre-installed on your Samsung Galaxy S9 so it’s, somehow, embedded in the firmware. If it crashes, the problem might be with the app only but then there’s also a possibility that the issue is with the firmware. The crash may be characterized by the following: Facebook closes immediately after it’s opened User may
The error message “Unfortunately, Internet has stopped” that your Samsung Galaxy J3 keeps showing basically notifies you that the built-in web browser has stopped and it doesn’t necessarily mean the internet connectivity got interrupted or something. Needless to say, it’s an issue with an app and not with one of the core functions or services.
Read and understand why a powerful smartphone like the #Samsung Galaxy J7 (#GalaxyJ7) suddenly started to show up the error “Unfortunately, Contacts has stopped” without apparent reason and learn how to troubleshoot your device in case this problem happens to you. The error message “Unfortunately, Contacts has stopped” is one of the most common app-related