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Top 7 Most Common Android Problems and Solutions – Video

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4. APPS NOT DOWNLOADING

Apps not downloading from the Play Store can surely play a spoilsport in the hours of need. Often the culprit is a set of corrupt cache.

Solution

All you have to do is head over to the app settings and clear the cache data.
Another sure-shot alternative is to erase the Google Play store history. Go to settings and tap on clear local history.

And if the above doesn’t work, you can delete the default Google account associated with the phone and add it again to solve the problem.

 

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3. WI –FI DISCONNECTING

Data connectivity to a Smartphone is crucial to its functioning whether it’s cellular data you are connected to or the Wi-Fi data.

And one of the common issues while connected to Wi-Fi is that the data switches back to cellular network as soon as the phone goes to sleep. Exasperating, right?

Solution

Worry not, this too can be fixed in a jiffy? The above issue occurs due to the Wi-Fi sleep policy of Android. Head over to the Advanced Wi-Fi settings and set the Keep Wi-Fi on during sleep to Never. This way the switch-over never happens.

 

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2. KEYBOARD NOT WORKING OR TOO SLOW

A very common Android problem is the keyboard taking few seconds just to show up or not showing at all. Usually, this happens when you are using a third-party keyboard that is less stable.

If you are using one, then I will recommend you to uninstall it and try using the default Android keyboard that is more stable. Fortunately, Google recently replaced stock Google Keyboard with “Gboard” that is much more functional and arguably better than most third-party Android keyboards.

Solution

If you are not comfortable with this switch or facing this problem with the default keyboard, then simply deleting its cache or data should fix the problem. Go to “Apps” from phone settings and open the keyboard app.

Here tap on “Clear Cache” and see if it fixes the problem. If not, then tap on “Clear Data” to reset the app to factory condition, which should fix the problem.

Deleting keyboard data will delete all your downloaded languages and your personal dictionary. Make sure this data is backed up in the cloud.

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