Android is great operating system for mobile phones and other devices. Android is very popular among users and becoming everyone’s choice. But still android has its own problems that you may experience while using it. Some problems are difficult to solve and in such cases you should take the help of any good technical support which can easily solve the problem without creating any harm to your devices. The top rated technical support companies for this category are
Android devices also face some problems that can be solved by anyone easily by following some steps. Below are some common problems and their solutions-
1.Crashed Google Play Store-
In many android devices, the google play store crashes immediately after launching it. This may happen because of a corrupted cache in that device. Many a times if you wipe the cache can solve the problem. For wiping a cache, firstly go to Settings - Apps - Swipe right to locate the “all” tab - Locate Google Play Store and wipe cache & data and then Restart your phone.If that fails, you might have to try wiping data and/or cache for the Google Play Services and Google Services Framework.
2.System User Interface Not Working-
Sometimes in android devices, the system user interface can stop working. You can restart your device to solve this problem, But even after restarting if you face same problem, I suggest wiping the system UI cache. For wiping a cache, firstly go to setting and then Apps. Now, Swipe left to All and select System UI. Finally wipe the cache and restart your device
3.Downloads Not Working-
Android contains a dedicated download manager and its cache. Sometimes your downloads may fail, as the cache becomes corrupted. In such a case, you just need to wipe this cache. For wiping a cache, firstly go to settings and then Apps. Swipe right to “All” and select Download Manager. Finally wipe the cache and restart your device after the wiping completed successfully.
4.Can’t Connect to WiFi Network-
Sometimes WiFi network won’t start. It might because of the faulty router. In such a case, the best solution is to restart your router and your phone.
5.Android Device Crashes on Boot-
If your android phone no longer boots, you can enter start your device into “safe mode” Safe Mode allows you to disable all startup apps that might be crashing your phone. Once you boot in through the safe mode, you can then remove the misbehaving app.
6.Android Device No Longer Turns On-
Firstly remove the battery, If the battery can’t be removed, hold down the power button for fifteen seconds. If that fails, plug the device into a power source and hold the power button down for fifteen seconds. If that fails, you may need to either have the device serviced or return it.