Your Android smartphone is showing an error?
Is it showing “Process System Isn’t Responding”??
After this, your phone freezes and does not work and the only option is to force reboot?
Hello! Whatsup guys. Today we are discussing a very common error which is not showing up on the latest Android versions like the Android Nougat and above, but still is pretty common in older smartphones.
It usually occurs in smartphones having less RAM or the memory is filled with hell lot of applications running in the background. Also, sometimes it occurs if your ROM or storage is running out.
So, what this error means is that there is something wrong with your internal files.
Some of the reasons why this error occurs can be
- Low disk space.
- Corrupted SD card
- Corrupted Applications
- Unwanted Virus
- A bug in the latest OS update
Lets us look into some simple steps which can help us get rid off this error.
Table of Contents
Restart your device
This is the most popular advice which you might have encountered almost in every solution related to a mobile or a PC. This is because sometimes restarting a device does the work.
So, you can also RESTART your smartphone and if the error doesn’t show up again then well and good if not then check other steps.
If due to error the power button doesn’t work then you can try this.
Press POWER button + Volume UP button simultaneously for 4-5 seconds and it will reboot or shutdown.
Check Your Apps
Sometimes installing third party application makes your phone vulnerable to Ads scripts or virus scripts which corrupts the internal files of the Android.
So, if you have recently installed any application from the web which is not on Google playstore or if you have installed any moded apk version of any app then chances are that this application is causing a problem in your system process.
It is highly recommended that you use apps downloaded only from Google Playstore and also keep them updated.
Check your Android Updates
If you are using a custom ROM or any Android OS which gives you regular updates then you need to check about the update before installing because it may contain bugs which can hinder the performance of your mobile and can cause an error.
Keep your Android updated with the latest security patch to keep away from bugs and viruses.
Reset / Factory Reset – The Last Resort
Just like restarting your device solves most of your problems. Resetting a device to its default settings and files manages to get rid of almost 99% of the problem we face with our smartphones.
So, if you are unable to find the glitch or the corrupted app which is causing this error then you might want to reset your phone to its default settings i.e. manufacturer’s settings.
To reset your phone.
Go to Settings>>System>>Reset Options>>Factory reset (Erase all Data)
NOTE: Before doing a factory reset please ensure to make a backup of all your important files and photos on an SD card or on any cloud storage.
I hope these simple solutions will help you in removing that error from your phone and also if any other type of error comes in your smartphone then also you can try some of these universal steps to get rid of it.
If still, the problem persists you can comment down your problem or error down below and we will try to find a solution as soon as possible.
Have a Good Day!