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
Applications crash from time to time and it has nothing to do with the hardware specifications of your device. Well, of course, entry-level smartphones may encounter it more than premium ones but regardless of the model of your phone, you may have to deal with that problem more often than you think. We have some
We recently received quite a lot of complaints about Instagram and many of those who reported are Samsung Galaxy A8 2018 owners. Some said that the error message “Unfortunately, Instagram has stopped” keeps popping up while others said they are having a hard time logging into their account. Either it’s an issue with the app
Instagram always makes sure that its applications are updated regularly and any issues are addressed as soon as they occur. However, problems occurs every now and then and among the most common issues we received so far is related to the Instagram app. Some owners of the new Samsung Galaxy Note 9 reported about the
We received reports from our readers that own the Samsung Galaxy A7 2017 saying that Instagram started to crash without apparent reason or cause. While we know there was a day or two of downtime last week, we are not quite sure if it’s a similar problem. Nevertheless, we need to address this issue for
If a popular app like Instagram keeps crashing on a high-end device like the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus, the problem could either be with the app itself or just a result of a minor firmware issue. That’s always been the case with almost all app-related problems we’ve encountered in the past. While these problems are
Applications like Instagram are well-maintained and updates are actually rolled out regularly to make sure they run smoothly. But no app or device is perfect so you will always encounter issues every now and then. Such is the case with some owners of the Samsung Galaxy A30 who reported that Instagram keeps stopping on their
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
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.
Instagram is one of the most used applications today and while it’s well-maintained, there are always times when problems occur. Some owners of the Samsung Galaxy A20 have reported getting the error ‘Instagram keeps stopping,’ which prevented them from using the app and all its services. The error literally means that the app has stopped
In January, the Samsung Galaxy J2 Pro 2018 was launched and it gained positive reviews compared to its predecessor, the Galaxy J2. But like other android devices, the Galaxy J2 Pro is not free from problems. As a matter of fact, we received reports from some owners complaining about the Instagram app that suddenly became