How To Fix Galaxy S7 Apps Crashing
Some owners of the Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge have reported that apps are crashing, no matter the type of app that is running on their smartphone. Below are some suggestions on how to fix the Galaxy S7 crashing and freezing problem.
Several possibilities could be the reason that apps on Galaxy S7 keep crashing. You should know that before you follow any of the solutions below, an update to the latest software for the Galaxy S7 is recommended. If these apps continue to crash often after the update, then follow the guide below on how to fix the Galaxy S7 from freezing and crashing.
Factory reset Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 Edge
If you can’t figure out why an app is crashing on the Galaxy S7, you should complete a factory data reset to resolve the problem. You should know that you will lose all applications and saved data, including your Google account settings, so ensure that you back up your device prior to performing the reset. Read this guide on how to factory reset the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge.
Delete bad apps to fix crashing problem
Another reason for apps to crash on your smartphone is because third-party apps will sometimes cause the Galaxy S7 to become faulty. It’s recommended to read reviews of the apps on the Google Play Store. Since Samsung can’t fix the stability of third-party apps so it is down to the developer to improve their app. If the app hasn’t been fixed after some time, it’s recommended to delete the bad app. Read this guide here on how to remove and delete apps on the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge.
Other times when you haven’t restarted your Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 Edge in few days, apps start to freeze and crash randomly. The happens because the app may keep crashing is due to a memory glitch. When you turn the Galaxy S7 on and off, it could solve that problem. If it doesn’t follow these steps:
- Turn on your smartphone.
- Select on Apps.
- Tap on Manage Applications.
- Tap on the app that keeps crashing.
- Press Clear Data and Clear Cache.
It’s due to a lack of memory
It’s also possible that some unstable app may not have enough memory to work like normal. If this is the case, attempt to uninstalling any unused apps and/or deleting some media files to free up internal memory.