There are several reasons why a pre-installed app like the Google Chrome crashes even on a premium phone like the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus. Sometime it’s due to a minor problem with the app itself and there are times when the problem is just one of the symptoms or results of a more serious firmware-related
Your Samsung Galaxy Note 8 actually has two pre-installed web browser; the Internet and Chrome. The former comes with firmware and may have been modified by Samsung while the latter is one of Google’s mandatory apps that should come with every Android device. The error message “Unfortunately, Chrome has stopped” is clearly notifying you that
Problems on app crashes are usually tied to corrupted files and data from within the errant app. But in some cases, an app can become a bit shaky due to other factors including faulty updates, invalid settings, system bugs and malware. Generally, the main issue is from within the software structure and is therefore rectifiable.
The error message “Unfortunately, Chrome has stopped” that keeps showing up on your Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus basically means the chrome browser has crashed for some reason. Such problem could only be with the app or a result of a more serious firmware issue but based on our experiences, it’s probably just a kind of
The error message “Unfortunately, Chrome has stopped” that’s bothering some of our readers that own the Samsung Galaxy S9 is actually a notification that tells users about Google Chrome that crashes. Chrome is a pre-installed app mandated by Google to come with every Android device. It’s a web browser like Samsung Internet that you use
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 error message “Unfortunately, Chrome has stopped” that keeps popping up on your Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus is basically, a notification that tells you about the Chrome app that crashed. This problem could be just a minor issue with the app or a serious issue with the firmware because Chrome is a pre-installed app. You