Android phones allow you to install a variety of mobile apps. But a crashing app ruins the fun. If your app is in a real jam and it keeps freezing, you may try the following methods:

1. Restart Your Android Device:

Restoring your device closes the apps running in the background, freeing up the clogged memory and making the device run smoother.

To restart:

  • Press & hold the power button
  • Tap restart form the menu

2. Update Your App:

Developers constantly work to improve mobile apps efficiently.Hence you can complain about the issue of app freezing. Developers will tackle the bugs with an update. Thus, you can download the error-free version of an app. 

  • Go to the app store
  • Contact the app makers
  • Wait for an update

3. Internet Connection:

Sluggish internet connection leads to the crash of a poorly coded mobile apps. If you face connectivity issues, try the following:

  • Toggle Wi-Fi & the airplane mode
  • Turn off Bluetooth
  • Restart both your router and android device
  • OR simply get connected to a stronger network

4. Clear Cache:

When we constantly use mobile apps, the cache piles up. Here is what you need to do to delete the cache:

  • Go to Setting
  • Tap on Apps
  • Go to the respective app
  • Find and tap “Clear Cache”
  • Tap “Force stop”
  • Navigate to the home screen
  • Launch the application again

5. Clear Data:

Sometimes you clear the junk files and remove all the temporary files of mobile apps but still, nothing works. In such a condition, you will have to clear the appdata. After launching the app, you will be required to configure your app again by entering the username and password.

For this:

  • Go to Settings
  • Tap on Apps
  • Go to the respective app
  • Tap “Clear data”
  • Tap “Force Stop”

6. Free Up Space:

You need to free up some space. Delete the mobile apps you no longer use.

To delete extra apps:

  • Navigate to Settings
  • Tap Apps
  • Tap uninstall

7. Reinstall the App:

Sometimes issues are simple so reinstalling may fix the issue.

  • Delete the apps
  • Go to the play store
  • Install the app again

8. Update Device Software:

The new android version brings bug fixes, allowing the device to run mobile apps smoothly. Enable automatic updates if you haven’t already.

  • Go to Settings
  • Scroll down
  • Tap “About Device”
  • Tap “Software Update” or “System Update”

9. Factory Reset:

If nothing works out in your favor, wiping off everything from your device can be your last resort. Before resetting, make sure to back up all of the important data.

  • Go to setting
  • Tap “ Backup & Reset
  • Next, tap “Factory Data Reset”

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