Some users of the new Samsung smartphones reported that their Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ Plus keep crashing or freezing while they use different apps. Below are instructions to fix Galaxy S20+ Plus freezing issues.
It is possible for the Galaxy S20+ Plus to freeze due to a number of different reasons. However, before you attempt to fix this issue, it is recommended to update the Galaxy S20’s software. If your app crashes often after updating the software, follow this guide to fix Galaxy S20’s freezing and crashing.
To fix thecrashing problem, delete bad apps
The Galaxy S20+ Plus crashes almost every time an app is downloaded from Google Play Store. Read reviews on apps in the Google Play Store. This will help you to determine if there are any similar problems. Samsung is unable to fix third-party applications’ stability. This is why it is up the developer to improve their app. If the problem persists, you should delete the app.
Apps may freeze or crash if the Galaxy S20+ Plus isn’t restarted within a few days. This could be due to a memory problem. You can fix this problem by turning the Galaxy S20+ Plus off and on. If it doesn’t, you can try these steps.
- Turn on your phone.
- Tap on Apps.
- Select Manage.
- Choose the application that keeps on crashing.
- To clear cache and clear data , press on Clear Data.
Galaxy S20 or Galaxy S20+ factory reset
If the Galaxy S20+ Plus is still not working for you, it’s time to reset it back to factory settings. The reset will result in the loss of all apps and data saved to your device, including Google account settings. You should backup your device before doing this.
It’s because of a lack in memory
Also, it is possible that the app crashes because there is not enough memory available for it to work properly. For internal memory to be freed up, you can uninstall unused or rarely used apps and/or delete media files.