How to Fix A Crashed Android Phone

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An Android system crash is a common occurrence for most Android devices. It has many symptoms, such as the device can suddenly stop working, freeze while running an app or even become completely unresponsive. Whatever the symptom, the problem can be quite problematic since you are mostly unable to use the device. It is important to note that this problem is fixable and in this article, we are going to introduce some effective ways to repair a crashed Android Phone.

What Might Cause Android System Crash?

Before we get to the various solutions to fix this problem, it is important to understand why your Android device's system can crash in the first place. Some of the most common reasons include the following:


  • Using an incompatible browser.

  • Incorrect memory & CPU usage can also cause the issue.

  • The device and the database could also be incompatible.

  • Your device could have a bandwidth limit or you changed the network.

  • A fatal error could have occurred with some of the hardware components on the device.

The Best and Quickest Solution to Fix Android System Crash

No matter what caused your device crash, iMyFone Fixppo for Android is a one-stop solution that can restore the device to good working order in just a few simple steps. It is an Android OS system recovery tool that will remove any limitations on the Android system and solve the all kinds of OS problem. Some of the features that make Fixppo for Android the best solution include the following:

  • It uses the most advanced technology in the field to fix all Android problem.

  • It can also be very useful when you want to install custom software on your device

  • It supports most Android device and all versions of the Android OS including 10.0 Pie.

  • It is very easy to use even if you are a beginner, never having used similar software before.

  • It can be used to fix a device in several situations including a device stuck in recovery mode, a device that is frozen or unresponsive and a device that simply won't work correctly.




Step 1: Download and install Fixppo for Android on your computer. Open it and then click on "Start" to begin the process.

Step 2: In the next window, enter the details regarding your device to get the right firmware for the device. Click "Download firmware",and the program will begin downloading and extracting the necessary firmware.

Step 3: . Follow the instructions to put the device in download mode. Then the program will immediately fixing the device as soon as it is in Download mode. Keep it connected to the computer until Fixppo notifies you that the process is complete.

Four Basic Solutions to Fix Android System Crash Issue

If you would rather not use a third-party program to fix the problem, the following are just some of the simple solutions you can try:

1. Uninstall Incompatible Apps to Fox Android System Crash Issue

The Android system can crash if you installed apps on the device from sources other than the Google Play Store. These apps tend to have corrupt data or can be incompatible with the Android system causing it to crash. Here's how to remove any incompatible apps on the device:

Step 1: Open the device's settings and then go to the Application Manager. Tap "Apps".

Step 2: Select the app you would like to uninstall and then tap "Uninstall" to remove the app from the device.


You can also uninstall an app from the Google Play Store or the home screen in some devices.

2. Clean Cache Data/Partition to Fix Android Crash Issue

Corrupt data can also cause the device t crash unexpectedly. The easiest way to remove the corrupt data from the device is to clear the cache. Here's how to do that:

Step 1: Open the settings and then tap "Storage".

Step 2: Tap on Cached data and then tap "OK" in the popup that appears to remove all cached data from all apps on the device.


If you are unable to turn on the device, you can clear the cache from the recovery mode screen. Here's how to do that:

Step 1: Press and hold both the volume button and the power button together to access the recovery mode screen.

Step 2: Use the volume keys to scroll through the options and select "wipe cache partition" and use the power button to confirm the selection.


Once the process is complete, use the volume buttons again to select "Reboot System" and the device will restart.

3. Take out the SD card from Crashed Phone and Format It

Formatting the SD card on the device can also help fix an unresponsive or frozen Android device. This is because a corrupt SD card can interfere with the Android OS causing the issue. Follow these simple steps to format the SD card:

Step 1: Eject the SD card from the device and then pull it out.

Step 2: Use an SD card reading tool to plug the card into your PC. Open "My Computer" or "This PC" on your computer, right-click on the SD card and select "Format".


4. Factory Reset Phone to Fix Android Crash Issue

If all the solutions you've tried above don't work, you should consider the factory resetting the device. This should be a last resort since it will cause total data loss. Follow these simple steps to factory reset the device:

Step 1: Open the settings and then tap "Backup and Reset".

Step 2: Tap "Factory Data Reset > Reset device" and then confirm the action.


If you can't access the device, here's how you can factory reset it from the recovery mode screen:

Step 1: Use the required buttons to enter the recovery mode screen.

Step 2: Once in recovery mode, use the volume buttons to select "Factory Reset" and then use the power button to select it.


Once the process is complete, select "Reboot System" to restart the device in normal mode.

The solutions above will be able to help you when your Android device freezes or is unresponsive. We recommend following the instructions above as precisely as you can for the best results. If you have any questions regarding this issue or any other Android OS related problem, post it in the comments section below and we'll do our best to help.


By  Miller Walton , to Android Issues

Posted on Nov 12, 2019  ( Updated: Nov 12, 2019 )

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