The new Samsung Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ Plus have been reported to be crashing and freezing with different apps. Here are some steps to fix the Galaxy S20 freezing and crashing issue.
There are many reasons why the Galaxy S20 might freeze. Before you attempt to fix the problem, make sure to update your Galaxy S20 with the most recent software update. If an app crashes frequently after the software update, please refer to the guide below to learn how to fix Galaxy S20 freezing and crashing.
Remove bad apps to fix the crash problem
The Galaxy S20 crashes due to most of the apps that are downloaded from the Google Play Store. To see if other users are having the same issues, you should read the Google Play Store reviews. Samsung can’t fix third-party apps’ stability so it is up to the developer to make their app better. It is recommended that you delete bad apps that have not been fixed within a reasonable time.
Apps can also freeze or crash randomly if you don’t restart the Galaxy S20 or Galaxy S20+ Plus for several days. Another reason why an app keeps crashing is because of a memory glitch. It is possible to fix the problem by turning off and on the Galaxy S20. These steps will fix it if it doesn’t.
- Turn on your smartphone.
- Click on Apps.
- Select Manage Apps.
- Choose the app that crashes most often.
- Click on Clear Data or Clear Cache.
Factory Reset Galaxy S20 And Galaxy S20+ Plus
If you are still having trouble with the Galaxy S20, reset it to factory settings. This will cause you to lose all data and applications, including Google account settings. Make sure you backup your device before you do this.
This is due to a shortage of memory
You may also find that your device doesn’t have enough memory to run the app. To free up internal memory, uninstall any infrequently or unused apps.