How to solve an android phone that keeps crashing/restarting

Battery icon on smartphone - How to solve an android phone that keeps crashing/restarting

Due to any number of reasons such as harmful apps, hardware problems, a cache data issue, or a corrupt system, you may find your Android repeatedly crashing and restarting. Unfortunately, this terribly frustrating problem is a relatively common complaint. The good news is not all hope is lost, as there are a variety of solutions that can help get your Android back up and running.

Here are seven fixes you can apply. (Note: Instructions may vary depending on your device model and operating system (OS).)

1. Make sure your Android OS is up to date

It is essential that you download and install the most recent OS updates to keep your device running at its best.

Yes, updating your Android can be inconvenient as it will cause the phone to be out of commission during the process, but the update will bring improvements, introduce new features, and protect you from the latest security threats. When it comes to your mobile device crashing and rebooting, an OS update may be all that is required.

2. Check storage and clear space if needed

If your Android is up to date, you may want to check the storage and clear up some space if it is full or nearly full. Anything under 10% free space warrants a cleanout. Deleting unnecessary files and cached data will help ensure your device works properly.

Open Settings and tap Storage. Here, you can view the available space and the breakdown for each category such as apps, pictures, videos, audio, and downloads, among others.

By Christa Geraghty

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