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Why does my Samsung Galaxy s8 apps keep crashing?

The Samsung Galaxy S8 is one of the Android smartphones on the market that performs well in app management. Whatever software you throw at it, you can be confident that it will work smoothly since the phone has a strong CPU and ample RAM. Although this is a well-performing phone, there are times when specific concerns may arise, which we shall discuss today. This edition of our troubleshooting series will look at the Galaxy S8’s random app halting issue and other related issues.

Why do my Samsung Galaxy s8 apps keep crashing?

Problem

Hello, everyone! So, recently, my Galaxy S8 has been experiencing some issues. Random applications are pausing so often that as soon as hit “ok” on the notice, another one concerning the same app and another one appears. It also continues resuming at random, sometimes many times every minute. 
Another strange problem is that it will sometimes operate completely great for few hours, and then it will simply restart, or the app I’m using, or another, a random one, will stop working. 
Also, once it restarts, generally receive two or three messages about applications that have ceased functioning. 
should say that cleared the cache memory, performed soft resets, and even factory reset, and nothing changed. What am supposed to do?

Here’s How To Fix It

Is there a microSD card on your phone? If it does, you must first delete it after removing the microSD card, backup your phone’s data, and do a factory reset. Do not install any applications on your phone until the reset is complete. Check to see whether a software update is available before updating your phone. Check to see whether the problem persists after updating the phone’s firmware. If this occurs, you will need to take the phone to a service facility and have it examined.

Samsung Galaxy S8 Boot Loop After Software Update

Problem

After upgrading my Galaxy S8, my phone will shut down and enter a boot loop approximately 30-40% of the way through, which will persist until my battery expires or plug it in. Properly, after plugged in, it will usually turn on. Occasionally, plugging it in doesn’t work, and booting in safe mode works, but more frequently than not, if plugging it in doesn’t work, I have to wait till my phone is fully charged before I can switch it on and go beyond my lock screen. Throughout the day, my phone will freeze and behave as if it has been reset, forcing me to input my backup password instead of my fingerprint. I tried soft resets, factory resets, and wiping the cache partition. Any advice would be highly appreciated! Thanks

Here’s How To Fix It

Since you’ve previously tried a factory reset and it didn’t work, you should try flashing the phone with the prior firmware version using Odin. The firmware and instructions for flashing your phone are available on the Sammobile website. If the problem continues, it is most likely caused by a hardware component not functioning correctly. Right now, the best thing to do is take the phone to a service facility and get it examined.

Samsung Galaxy S8 Unfortunately The Process Android Process Media Has Stopped

Problem

I keep receiving “unfortunately the process android.process.media has ceased” I tried a soft reset, and it didn’t work; I can’t go into any apps or settings since the error overrides everything, I’m unable to do anything with the phone and can’t even perform a complete reset, can you help?

Here’s How To Fix It

If you cannot access the phone’s settings due to this error notice, you should attempt the troubleshooting methods given below.

  • If the phone contains a microSD card, remove it before accessing the phone settings. Go to applications and remove the cache and data for the following apps: Media, Google Services.
  • Framework, and Market. Check to see if the problem persists.
  • Toggle the phone into Safe Mode. Access the settings menu, then erase the cache and data for the applications mentioned above. Check to see if the problem persists.
  • Start the phone in recovery mode before performing a factory reset. Please keep in mind that this will wipe all of your phone’s data.

Samsung Galaxy S8 System Crashes After Software Update

Problem

My problem is that after upgrading my phone through OTA, I’ve been suffering system crashes in which the phone would freeze, shut down, and not boot back up for hours or days at a time. I’ve seen the error message “verification failed, must reset your phone,” among other things. Thank you in advance for your assistance.

Here’s How To Fix It

The issue seems to be caused by outdated program data that was not eliminated throughout the upgrade procedure. Right now, the best thing to do is boot the phone into recovery mode and then do a factory reset. Please remember that the reset will remove all of your phone’s data.