Facebook comes pre-installed on your Samsung Galaxy S9 but its Messenger is not. Technically, both are third-party apps but the difference is that the main app, which is Facebook, is embedded in the firmware and thus, can’t be uninstalled even if you wish to do so. Messenger, however, can be uninstalled at will because in
Messenger is one of the widely used instant messaging platform to-date given the popularity rate of its mother-app, Facebook. And like Facebook, Messenger also receives frequent updates for ultimate performance. But this doesn’t mean that the app is free from flaws. Many factors can put Messenger app in an unstable state and fail to work
While Facebook comes as a pre-installed app, it’s Messenger–which is a separate or standalone app–is not. So, when you’re having some issues with the latter, the problem could be just limited to it, although we also cannot rule out the possibility that the problem could be due to the main app. That’s the reason why
When it comes to online instant messaging, Facebook Messenger emerges among the most popular platforms to-date. But unfortunately, the Messenger app is also not totally free from troubles. Like other sturdy apps, Messenger also gives in to various types of issues. In fact, there were already many instances when the app went down or malfunctioning.
The error message “Unfortunately, Messenger has stopped” may seem familiar to you because it’s the error you would get if Facebook Messenger crashes. This problem doesn’t only occur entry-level phones because we’ve been receiving quite a lot of complaints from Samsung Galaxy Note 8 owners regarding this matter. Some users also claimed not getting the
Facebook comes pre-installed on your Samsung Galaxy A7 but its Messenger needs to be downloaded from the Play Store and installed on your device. We have readers who reported that every time they try to send a private message to someone, the Messenger crashes. Most of the time they get the error message “Unfortunately, Messenger
Unlike the main Facebook app, Messenger doesn’t come pre-installed on your Samsung Galaxy J7. You have to download it from the Play Store and install on your phone to be able to use it. That’s how third-party apps work. There are times when these apps crash and when it happens, you may get the error
Facebook is already a pre-installed app on your Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus but the Messenger is not and you have to download and install it from the Play Store to be able to use instant messaging. Being a third-party app has its advantages and disadvantages but in this post we’ll focus more on the most