It seems like issues and bugging some Snapchat users and the most common of those issues is the error that goes ‘Snapchat keeps stopping.’ Galaxy A20 owners are among the users that seem to be hit with this problem. While it may be a very annoying issue, since you will only be able to notice
Instagram is one of the most popular apps in the Play Store today and while it’s being updated regularly, problems still occur every now and then. The most common error is ‘Instagram keeps stopping’ that seems to be bugging some owners of the Samsung Galaxy A10. The error literally means that the app has stopped
Facebook is a pre-installed application on a Samsung Galaxy A40. It means that you cannot uninstall or remove it from your device if you don’t have a root access. Needless to say, if it has some kind of issues like the ‘Facebook keeps stopping’ error, while most of the time it’s just an issue with
When a popular application like the Instagram keeps stopping or crashing on a smartphone like the Samsung Galaxy A50, you can always expect it to be an issue with the app. Unlike Facebook, Instagram does not come pre-installed on an A50, and third-party apps that keep on crashing are really not that hard to fix.
When a popular app like Facebook keeps crashing on a smartphone like the Moto Moto G7, the problem could be with just the app. But then, there’s always a possibility that it’s an issue with the firmware since Facebook comes as a pre-installed application on the Moto G7. You need to troubleshoot your phone to
Pandora is a go-to app for people who loves to listen to the radio and being one of the most popular apps in the Play Store, it’s being updated regularly so that problems are addressed as soon as they occur. However, there are still issues that may keep on happening and one of them is
The error message ‘Settings keeps stopping’ isn’t as minor as any other app crashes because Settings is one of the core apps. Some owners of the Samsung Galaxy A20 reported this problem to have occurred after an update. Basically, when pre-installed apps crash, you can always expect it to be an issue with the firmware.
The error message “Instagram keeps stopping” that seems to be bugging some owners of the Samsung Galaxy A20 literally means that the app has crashed for some reason. It may be due to minor issue with the app itself or with the firmware. There’s always something you can do about this problem and most of
Some users of the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus have been complaining because Nova Launcher keeps crashing on their phones. Some reported to be getting the error message “Unfortunately, Nova Launcher has stopped” when they touch the Home key while others said their devices would just freeze for a few seconds and show the default Home
The error message “Unfortunately, Phone has stopped” means that the default phone app in your Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus has crashed for some reason. Most of the time it’s just due to a minor problem with the app but there are also times when it’s just a sign of a more serious firmware issue considering
The error message “Unfortunately, Facebook has stopped” that keeps popping up when the app is opened basically means that Facebook has crashed for some reason. Some owners of the Samsung Galaxy S10e complained about the same problem days after downloading and installing the app. Most of the time, when this error shows, it’s just a
I will address some of the problems with the Samsung Galaxy S6 (#Samsung #GalaxyS6) that is related to its firmware or operating system including the issue wherein the device gets stuck on the Android System Recovery screen after an update. More of more users are experiencing this specific issue especially that Samsung and respective carriers
The error message “Unfortunately, Settings has stopped” seems to be bugging some #Samsung Galaxy S7 (#GalaxyS7) owners shortly after the roll out of the Android 7.1 #Nougat update. It appears like it’s a firmware issue considering it started after the update but we really can’t be sure of that until we tried troubleshooting the device.
Your Samsung Galaxy S7 has a built-in web browser called “Internet” but Google mandated every Android phone maker to have Chrome pre-installed on every device as part of the agreement. So, basically, you already have two built-in web browsers on your phone. Compared with other browsers for Android, I prefer to use the latter and
Your #Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ (#S6EdgePlus) has two built-in web browsers. The first one is labelled “Internet” and it’s Samsung’s initiative to rename it so that users would find it easier to determine which app will be used by web browsing. The second is Chrome, which is one of the mandatory apps imposed by Google
The best thing about having a premium smartphone like the #Samsung Galaxy S6 (#GalaxyS6) is that you can save a lot of files in it and transfer them later to your computer for backup. You can also easily transfer files from your computer to your phone anytime you like. The point is, connecting the device
Read and understand why there is always a tendency that an app may crash or stop working even with high-end smartphones like the #Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge (#S7Edge) running the latest firmware version (Android 7.1 #Nougat). Also learn how to troubleshoot your phone when this issue occurs. There are plenty of fantastic apps available and
#Appcrashes is very common with Android devices so it is no longer a shocking discovery when you realize that one or more of your apps has gone haywire. There are a lot of suggested troubleshooting that you can look up online and resolve most of these issues. In this article, I have collated some emails
Your #Samsung Galaxy #S7 comes with a built-in email client called “Email” but there’s another client that also comes pre-installed and this one’s a mandatory app from Google–Gmail. Both offers almost the same thing only that the latter only caters Gmail accounts while the former can be used for other emails accounts such as company