Are you having an issue with “Instagram has stopped” error on your Samsung phone or tablet? This issue is usually accompanied by the same app crashing randomly. In some devices, the exact error may say “Instagram isn’t responding” but it’s basically the same as “Instagram has stopped.” This troubleshooting article will show you the solutions
It’s no secret that Instagram has introduced a lot of changes to its app, including the introduction of IGTV, a dedicated platform for longer videos, designed to encourage creators to upload long-form original content. Shortly after, Instagram also added a dedicated IGTV button on the top right of the app’s home screen. Well, the icon
In what is being seen as a long-overdue feature, Instagram has formally enabled direct messaging on any web browser, including desktop computers or laptops. However, this feature is only available to a limited number of users as it’s not a proper rollout yet. However, given that the company is already testing this feature, it shouldn’t
Social media apps are among the most common used applications today. So developers of these apps make sure that they’re updated regularly so that any issues that may occur will be patched immediately. However, these apps aren’t perfect and problems may still happen every now and then. That’s why as a user, you should know
The latest sensation is the Chinese social media app, TikTok, which lets users upload videos of them lipsyncing to popular music clippings or other topical audio clips. Well, Instagram has now made its intention to have its own version of TikTok within the app known as “Reels”. This feature will be spotted within Stories on
The error message “Unfortunately, Instagram has stopped” on your Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus is a notification that’s telling you about the app that crashed. It’s not the only sign of an app crash. Other symptoms would include apps that close immediately after opening but others can actually still use the app before it closes on
Being updated regularly, Instagram should work properly on any device including the LG G7 ThinQ. However, we have readers who’ve been complaining about the app because it reportedly keeps on crashing. An app crash can either be characterized by an error that, in this case, says “Unfortunately, Instagram has stopped” or the app may keep
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.
Instagram is one of the most popular apps in the Play Store and it’s well-developed and well-maintained. However, we have readers that own the Samsung Galaxy S8 who’ve been complaining about the app that reportedly keeps on crashing. We have already addressed similar issues in the past but the for the benefit of our readers
Instagram is a popular social networking site that is available primarily on mobile devices and concentrates more on the sharing of visual content. It’s like a simplified version of Facebook that allows you to post photos or videos, like and comment on other post, and follow other people among other things. One concern some people
The fashion industry is constantly changing. Keeping this in mind, it makes sense for the fans to be in sync with the trends using the best wardrobe app, especially as they’re prone to so many changes. Some of the popular social media apps have also turned into a daily fashion feed for most of the bloggers
Update: Facebook has confirmed the restoration of normal services for all three apps, so things should be back up now. Earlier today, some people and businesses experienced trouble uploading or sending images, videos and other files on our apps and platforms. The issue has since been resolved and we should be back at 100% for
Instagram is reportedly working on a new update that allows users to reclaim lost or stolen accounts directly through the app. Currently, the process involves filling out a support form or sending the Instagram team an email. But thanks to the new changes, users will be able to ask for a verification code over their
As long as smartphones uses apps, problems will always haunt us. Our post today demonstrates some of the annoying app issues on the new #Samsung #GalaxyNote5 devices. If you have your own share of app problems, this post may help you fix it. These are the topics discussed in this post: “Action Required” message keeps popping
Over the years, Instagram app has been updating its software and features once in a while and users’ needs to be updated too to those new features. However, even if Instagram has been around for almost a decade, there are still features that some users would like to know about and how to use them.