Samsung Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ Plus owners reported crashes in apps, no matter what type. Here are some tips to fix the Galaxy S20 freezing or crashing issue.
There could be many reasons that your apps on Galaxy S20 are constantly crashing. Before you try any of the following solutions, it is a good idea to update your Galaxy S20 software. If the apps keep crashing after the update, you can follow the guide below to fix Galaxy S20’s freezing and crashing.
Galaxy S20 or Galaxy S20+ Factory Reset
A factory data reset can be used to fix any app that crashes on the Galaxy S20. All data saved and apps will be deleted, along with your Google account settings. Before performing the factory data reset, ensure you have backed up your device.
Fix crashing problems by deleting bad apps
Third-party apps can cause your Galaxy S20 to crash, which can lead to apps becoming unresponsive. It is recommended to review the apps available on the Google Play Store. Samsung can’t guarantee stability for third-party applications so the app developer must improve it. If the problem persists, you should delete the app.
Sometimes apps freeze up or crash randomly if you don’t restart your Galaxy S20 or Galaxy S20+ Plus within a few days. It could be a memory glitch that causes the app to keep crashing. This problem can be solved by turning off the Galaxy S20. If it does not, follow these steps.
- Turn on the smartphone.
- Select Apps.
- Tap on Manage Application.
- Tap on the app which keeps crashing.
- Clear Cache , Clear Data, and Clear Data.
This is because There isn’t enough memory
You may also find that an app is not able to run as usual due to insufficient memory. In this case, you can uninstall any inactive apps and/or delete some media files to free internal memory.