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.
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
Sudden crashes and loading problem are among the most prevalent issues encountered by smartphone users when using apps. This usually occurs when the app is affected by some malware or when a faulty update is installed. There are also some instances when other errant apps are to blame. Should you encounter the same issue with
Only Facebook comes pre-installed on your Samsung Galaxy S8. It’s Messenger, you really have to download and install it to be able to read and write private messages. But the thing is these apps are deeply integrated that if one crashes, the other might certainly be affected and crash as well. We’ve already addressed the
Facebook Messenger is a third-party app and when encounter a problem with it, it’s more likely just an application-related problem. We have readers that own Google Pixel 2 units who reported having encountered problems while using Messenger. Some said they get the error message “Unfortunately, Messenger has stopped,” while others reported the app closes on
The error message “Unfortunately, Messenger has stopped” that seems to be bugging some owners of the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus actually means that the Facebook Messenger has crashed for some reason. Most of the time it’s just an issue with the app itself but sometimes, it’s a result of a firmware issue that needs to
If you’re having issues with your Facebook Messgenger app crashing on your Android phone, try these 5 tips to troubleshoot the issue.
Messenger is a third-party app and if it starts to crash without apparent reason, the problem can be just a minor issue with it. But the thing, it’s always possible that your phone has a firmware issue and app crashes are just a result of it. That’s the reason why you need to troubleshoot your
Unlike Facebook, the Messenger doesn’t come pre-installed on your Samsung Galaxy Note 9. In fact, to be able to use the instant messaging feature, you need to download it from the Play Store. While we know Facebook makes sure its applications and services are regularly updated and are working properly across all platforms, there would
The error message “Unfortunately, Messenger has stopped” that seems to be bothering some owners of Samsung Galaxy S10e means that the Facebook Messenger keeps on crashing. Messenger is a standalone application so it might crash on its own while the main app–Facebook–may still be working properly. That said, you need to troubleshoot the app separately
Facebook always makes sure that its applications are regularly updated and works perfectly all the time. That’s why you seldom encounter issues with the Facebook app, the Messenger as well as all other applications under its umbrella. However, there are always times when things don’t go the way they should and we’ve actually received complaints
Messenger is one of the most popular instant messaging platform to-date. Majority if not all Facebook users have it installed on their respective devices. Like its source app (Facebook), Messenger app is also well-maintained. Even so, there are still some instances when something goes wrong and the Messenger app just won’t work as intended. You
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
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
Facebook Messenger or simply Messenger is considered a third-party app. Even if Facebook comes pre-installed in your Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro, it doesn’t come with its messenger that’s why if you want to chat with your FB friends, you need to download this app from the Play Store and install it to your phone. Everything