How to Fix Crashing Android Phones

Crashing smartphone is annoying. The trouble of scrolling on your phone’s screen, restarting on its own, force stopping applications, all of these can be disappointing. Today, I am going to share with you some solutions on how to fix crashing Android phones. They are just easy to do and will not require a long time, so keep on reading to learn some Android troubleshooting.

Fix crashing Android phones

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Android phones have their specifications which decides the limits of the device. If you are familiar with the term memory or RAM, internal storage, processor and frequency, then you know what I am talking about. Looking at your phone’s specifications will give you an idea of what to do and what not to do on it to prevent from crashing.

But since not all of us are aware of that smartphone’s aspect, I listed here some of the common reasons and solutions that you can apply when your Android phone is constantly crashing.

Reasons and Solutions for Crashing Android Phones

#1. Full Random-Access Memory

Clean RAM

The random-access memory (RAM) is the data storage of every device. It can find specific information quickly allowing the device to function faster and smoother. Once the RAM has been full, the device will not function properly especially on launching new and heavy applications.

Solution: Clearing up RAM does not necessarily mean you need to delete the apps you have installed. Sometimes you just need to clear the data including the cache of a certain application. Although, removing or uninstalling unused apps will greatly help the memory to breathe. You also need to stop apps running on background.

#2. Apps installed are too heavy

Install apps light version

Apps vary in sizes depending on its capability and features. There are applications that have lightweight versions specifically for lower RAM storage.

Solution: When your Android phone has 2GB RAM or lower, consider installing lightweight versions of applications (e.g. Facebook Lite and Messenger Lite). Also, avoid downloading games which will consume more of your storage, otherwise you will experience lag issues while playing these games.

#3. Outdated Software

Update software

Android releases software updates from time to time. You can choose to update your device or not, it depends on you. However, Android apps are also releasing updates every now and then and sometimes newly updated apps are not working on outdated Android software.

Solution: Keep your system updated. If there is a newer version of Android, you need to install it on your device. It can help your phone performs better and smoother.

#4. Malware Infected

Virus infected

Visiting third-party sites and downloading apps from them can infect our system with malware. I am not saying that all third-party sites are not-virus free, but some of them have reported as malware which can ruin your system.

Solution: As much as possible, avoid downloading apps from third-party sites including hacked, modded and cracked files. Also, do not visit unsecured sites because they are likely to come with viruses. If your phone has been infected, other than cleaning them with an antivirus app, you may need to reset your phone to its factory settings. By doing that, you can be sure that everything will be back to its default.

In Conclusion

These are some of the solutions you can do to fix your crashing Android phones. If you want to apply these methods, figure out first what causes the crash and then choose the specific solution for that.

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