The Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ Plus smartphones have experienced crashes and freezes when they are used with different apps. You don’t have to worry about the Galaxy S20 freezing or crashing problem. Here are some solutions.
The Galaxy S20 could freeze for a variety of reasons. It’s recommended that you update your Galaxy S20 software to resolve this issue. If the app crashes again after installing the latest software update, you can follow the steps below to fix it.
Fix crashing problems by deleting bad apps
Many of the apps downloaded via the Google Play Store cause the Galaxy S20’s to crash. Check out reviews about apps on the Google Play Store to find out if anyone else is experiencing the same problem. Samsung cannot fix third-party app stability. It is up to the developers to improve their apps. It’s recommended to delete any app that has not been updated in a while.
Sometimes apps freeze up or crash randomly when the Galaxy S20+ Plus hasn’t been restarted in several days. The memory glitch could also be a reason the app crashes frequently. This problem can be solved by turning on and off the Galaxy S20. If it does not, follow these steps.
- Turn on the smartphone.
- Tap on Apps.
- Select Manage.
- Choose the application that crashes frequently.
- Use the Clear Data/Clear Cache buttons.
Galaxy S20/Galaxy S20+ Factory Reset
You can reset your Galaxy S20 to factory settings if you have not resolved the problem. It is important to know that the reset will result in you losing all your data and apps, as well as your Google account settings. Therefore, you should back up your device before performing this procedure.
It is caused by a lack memory
The faulty app could also be caused by insufficient memory. You can try uninstalling unused or infrequently used apps, and/or deleting media files to free internal memory.