For those who are getting the error “Unfortunately, My Files has stopped” on their Samsung Galaxy S9, don’t worry because more often than not it’s just a minor issue. The same goes to owners who are experiencing quite similar issue but instead of getting the error message, the app or the file browser simply closes
My Files has stopped
Just like other Galaxy devices, your Samsung Galaxy S8 uses My Files as it’s built-in file manager and explorer. It’s one of the pre-installed apps on your phone and is deeply rooted into the firmware so if there’s something wrong with it, there’s also a chance that your phone is experiencing a serious firmware problem.
The error message “Unfortunately, My Files has stopped” on your Samsung Galaxy S10e means that the default file browser in your phone has crashed or keeps crashing for some reason. Most of the time the error would show up when you open the app or when you try to browse through for files using other
The error “Unfortunately, My Files has stopped” means that the default file browser of your phone has crashes for some reason. It could be a problem with My Files or a sign of a firmware issue that caused pre-installed apps to crash. There are also users who reported that My files closes immediately after it’s
The error message “Unfortunately, My Files has stopped” in your Samsung Galaxy S8+ is actually notifying you about the built-in file explorer that crashed for some reason. While it specifically mentions the app that’s crashing, it doesn’t necessarily mean it’s an app problem considering the fact that My Files is one of the core apps.
Your Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge has a default files explorer called My Files and the error “Unfortunately, My Files has stopped” is actually just a notification telling its user that the said app crashed or stopped working for some reason. This problem might be limited to just the app in question but since it’s deeply
The error message “Unfortunately, My Files has stopped” with your Samsung Galaxy S8+ is actually notifying you about the built-in files explorer app that stopped working or crashed for some reason. More often, the problem is limited to the app only but there are times when it’s actually just a result of a firmware issue
Hello everyone! Welcome to another #GalaxyS7 article. We’re bringing you 9 more S7 issues and their solution in this post. Keep watching for more of the same posts in the coming days. If you are looking for solutions to your own #Android issue, you can contact us by using the link provided at the bottom of
Hello Android community! Welcome to our most recent #GalaxyS7 post for the day. We hope that the solutions we provide in this material will be useful for our community. If you are looking for solutions to your own #Android issue, you can contact us by using the link provided at the bottom of this page.
The error message “Unfortunately, My Files has stopped” on your #Samsung Galaxy #Note5 actually talks about the native file browser that crashed for some unknown reason. In this case though, it seems like the problem started after the Nougat update, which might have corrupted some files necessary in running the phone smoothly. In this post,
Some of our readers that own the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus complained about the error message “Unfortunately, My Files has stopped.” It’s a notification that tells users that the default file browser or manager has crashed for some reason. Based on those complaints, it seems that the error occurs only when the app is used