How to Fix Android System Crash Issue?
Android is the most extensively used mobile OS worldwide, which provides you with a myriad of practical software and great stability and protection from malware. However, many people complain that they are suffering from the issue of Android system crash from time to time. Don't panic! This post would like to tell you the causes of Android system crash problem and provides you with the most efficient solutions to fix the problem.
Some of the main reasons behind Android system crashing issue are:
> The bandwidth limit and the change of the network
> Fatal error occurred in the process of production equipment
> Incorrect memory & CPU usage
> Insufficient in front-end optimization and dependence of integration
> Incompatibility of device and contention in database
> Browser incompatibility
If you are worried about losing important data on your crashed Android device, you can rescue data from your device beforehand. With Broken Android Data Extraction, you can easily recover data, including contacts, SMS, call logs, photos, videos, music, documents and more from a crashed Android device easily and safely. Now please download and install the program on your Windows or Mac computer.
Here is the detailed tutorial to restore data from crashed Android:
Step 1. Connect your crashed Android phone to the computer with USB cable, then launch this program and select "Broken Android Phone Data Extraction" mode. Then, click "Start" button to continue.
Step 2. In the second step, you need to choose the phone name and model, then click "Confirm" button to confirm your option. After that, you need to let your Android phone enter Download mode.
Step 3. Click "Next" and the program will start to scan your crashed Android device. When the scan finishes, you can choose the files you want to get back and click on the "Recovery" button.
Solution 1: Uninstall Incompatible Apps to Fix Android System Crash Issue
If your Android system crashes frequently but it can turn on by itself normally, the problem may be caused by some incompatible apps, such as some needless and large apps. Remember to download safe apps and remove the apps you downloaded from unknown sources. Follow the steps below to uninstall incompatible apps:
1. Turn on your crashed Android and tap on Settings > App/Application Manager.
2. Search and find the app you want to uninstall. Tap on it and click "Uninstall" to delete it from your device.
Solution 2: Clean Cache Data/Partition to Fix Android Crash Issue
To free up space is a good way to return your Android device back to normal. And cleaning cache data is a good choice.
1. Go to click Settings > Storage on your Android phone.
2. Choose Cached Data and then click OK to clean cache data for all apps.
If your Android phone is crashed and cannot turn on, you can change to do the steps as below to boot your Android device into the Recovery Mode:
1. Press the volume down + power buttons together until a screen pops up on the phone, with multiple options for you to choose. That means you are in the Recovery Mode now.
2. Use the volume down key to highlight the "Wipe cache partition" option and press power button to select it.
3. When the deleting process completes, you can select "Reboot System" button finally.
Solution 3: Take out SD card from Crashed Phone and Format It
Take out the SD card and format it would be helpful to solve the Android system crash issue.
1. Eject the SD card from your phone first, and then insert it into your computer via an SD card reading tool.
2. Right click on the SD card from your computer to format it.
Solution 4: Factory Reset Phone to Fix Android Crash Issue
If nothing works, you can try the last way to solve the Android Crash issue - factory resetting your Android phone. There are two different ways to factory reset your Android phone, which are depending on whether the device is switched on.
If your Android device is switched on:
Steps: Go to click Settings > Backup and Reset > Factory data reset > Reset Device to begin factory reset process.
This type of factory reset will delete all data on your Android device, so you'd better back up your Android data first.
If your Android device can't turn on itself:
Steps: Boot your Android device into recovery mode (follow the operations in solution 2 above). When you are at the Recovery Mode screen, you can use volume down key to highlight the "Factory Reset" option and use the power key to choose it.
Wait for the factory reset process finished and then choose Reboot System Now option to turn it on.
Those are the 4 efficient solutions that can help you solve the Android system crash issue. You can try them one by one until you find the right solution for your crashed phone. And if you have any other suggestions, please feel free to leave a comment in the below.