The OnePlus 6 is one of the impressive phones but some people have reported that is keeps freezing and crashing and irrespective of the app that runs. If you have suffered such an issue read on and find out how to fix the OnePlus 6 crashing and freezing problem regardless of whether an app is running.
Before you can apply some of the solutions, you need to update the OnePlus 6 with the latest software. Usually, several reasons can cause the OnePlus 6 freeze, and eventually crash. However, after carrying out a software update and an app continues crashing, then follow the following instructions to fix the OnePlus 6 freezing and crashing problem.
Delete Bad Apps To Fix Crashing Problem
Bad third-party apps can at times cause the OnePlus 6 to crash. Find out whether there are other people who have encountered such problems and how they have dealt with it through reading the problematic app reviews published in the Google Play Store. The app’s developer has to make an improvement on the app as OnePlus is not capable of fixing third-party apps stability.in case you try this and the app doesn’t fix, you will have to delete that bad app.
When you don’t restart your OnePlus 6 for several days, some apps will begin to freeze and crash at random. A memory glitch is what may cause the app to keep crashing. You can solve that problem by turning the OnePlus 6 on and off. In case it fails to work, follow the steps below:
- Go to the Home screen and touch Apps.
- Click Manage Applications (you may have to swipe right or left to locate where it is placed).
- Press on the application the crashes so often.
- Touch on Clear Data and then, Clear Cache.
Factory Reset OnePlus 6
You will have to conduct a factory data reset If the OnePlus 6 problem is not found to resolve the issue. Ensure you back up the device to avoid loss of saved data and all applications, including the Google account settings, before you embark on a reset. To do this, read the guide on how to factory reset the OnePlus 6.
It’s Due To A Lack Of Memory
The unstable app might lack enough memory for it to function well on your gadget. Therefore, try to uninstall any unused or very infrequently used apps and/or just deleting some media files so that the internal memory is freed up some space.