If you are facing the "Unfortunately, System UI has stopped" issue on your Android device, then you are not alone. The issue is common amongst Android users and it often occurs no matter what Android device you use. For many users, the issue has been occurring quite frequently.
Fortunately, there are a lot of ways available to fix the system UI issue on your device. Most of these methods are easy to apply and get the issue resolved for you on your device. Our guide below covers eight of these methods for you to get rid of the error and enjoy a buttery smooth experience on your phone or tablet.
If you would like to know what it is that causes the system UI to go haywire on your device, this section should give you the possible causes of the issue you are facing on your device.
Google Update: the error may occur when you update the core Google apps on your device.
Third-Party Launchers: if you use an incompatible third-party launcher, it will trigger the UI issue on your device.
Corrupt System Files: if the UI files on your device have become corrupted, your device will not be able to load the UI and thus it will throw a UI error on your screen.
Now that you are aware of the possible causes of the issue, let's find out how you can get rid of this annoyance from your device.
If you do not want to waste another minute of your life trying to fix the issue with the not-so-great methods, you are highly suggested to use a dedicated software to get rid of the issue on your device.
iMyFone Fixppo for Android is one of the software that allows you to fix a lot of issues on your Android-based device. What this software does is that it fixes the actual operating system files on the device and that then fixes all other issues on your device. The following shows how you can use this software to fix the system UI error on your Android device:
Step 1. Download and install the software on your computer.
Step 2. You will be asked to enter your device's details on the following screen. Enter the required details and click on Download Firmware.
Step 3. Connect your Android device to your computer and put it into downloading mode refer to the below picture.
Step 4.Once your phone has gone into download mode, then all those issues with your Android operating system will get fixed automatically by the program
One of the basic fixes for the issue is to reboot your device. Rebooting the device will clear the temporary files resulting in more memory space for your device to properly function.
Press the Power button on your device and select Reboot to reboot your device.
It may be that the issue is caused by the Google apps installed or updated on your Android device. In that case, you will need to uninstall these apps from your device.
Head to Settings >Apps on your device.
choose the app you think is causing the issue on your device.
Tap on Uninstall on the following screen to get rid of the app from your device.
If you are running short on memory space on your device, it may likely be the cause of the UI error on your device. The system UI requires a certain amount of memory available to it and when you do not have it, it throws errors.
There are a lot of things you can do to free-up your memory space. These include deleting unwanted photos and videos, uninstalling apps, and getting rid of junk files from your device. The file manager app on your device should help you do these tasks.
If you have installed any suspicious apps on your device, you should remove them from your device as soon as possible before they cause any further damage.
Tap and hold on the app you want to remove and select Uninstall. This will get the app removed from your device.
Cache files for various apps are also sometimes the reason for the UI error and wiping them off on your device should resolve the issue.
Reboot your device into the recovery mode by pressing the Volume Up and Power buttons simultaneously. When the recovery screen comes up, select the option that says wipe cache partition. It will remove all the cache files from your device.
Safe mode is more of an investigation tool and less of a fixing tool. You can use it to reboot your device with minimal resources to then find and get rid of the culprit of the issue.
To reboot your device into safe mode, press the Power button and then tap and hold on the Reboot option. You will get a prompt confirming which will reboot your device into safe mode.
If none of the methods shown above worked for you, factory resetting your device should fix the UI error on your device.
Open the Settings app and tap on System followed by Reset options
Select Erase all data (factory reset on the following screen to factory reset your device.
System UI could stop working for a variety of reasons on your device. With the above guide, you should be able to fix the issue on your device in no time. Your UI will then no longer throw any errors on your device.
By Miller Walton , to Android Issues
Posted on Aug 09, 2019 ( Updated: Oct 15, 2019 )