HTC system crash and app force close fix

Are you experiencing system crashes and app force close issues with your HTC device? Here are some fixes to help resolve these frustrating issues.

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Clearing App Data

To clear app data on your HTC device, go to Settings and then select Apps. Find the app you want to clear data for and tap on it. Then, tap on Storage and select Clear Data. This will delete all the app’s data, including settings and accounts. Be aware that this will also delete any saved information within the app. You may need to re-login and re-download any necessary content after clearing the app data.

This can often fix issues with system crashes and app force closes on your HTC device.

Updated: February 2024

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Updating Phone Software

To update your phone software on your HTC device, go to Settings and then tap on System Updates. If there is a new software update available, download and install it. This can help fix system crashes and app force closes. Make sure to back up your important data before updating the software.

After the update is complete, check if the issues have been resolved. If not, consider uninstalling any recently downloaded apps or clearing the cache of the problematic apps.

Reinstalling Apps

To reinstall apps on your HTC device, start by accessing the Google Play store. Search for the app you want to reinstall and select it from the search results. Then, click on the “Install” button to download and reinstall the app on your device. If you’re experiencing issues with the app, you can also try clearing its cache and data by going to the “Apps” section in your device’s settings, finding the app, and selecting “Clear Cache” and “Clear Data”.

After doing this, you can try reinstalling the app again to see if the issue is resolved.

Troubleshooting Tips

  • Restart your device
    • Press and hold the power button
    • Select “Restart” from the menu
  • Clear app cache
    • Go to Settings
    • Select “Apps” or “Applications”
    • Find the app causing issues
    • Tap “Storage” and then “Clear Cache”
  • Update the app
    • Open the Google Play Store
    • Tap the menu icon and select “My apps & games”
    • Find the app in the list and tap “Update”
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