Clear the Play Store cache
Clearing the cache is the first thing you should do if any app crashes immediately (or shortly) after you open it. First of all open the Settings app on your device, scroll down to the ‘Device’ category, and tap to select ‘Apps’. This opens a new menu listing where you can control all apps installed on your device. If your phone or tablet is running Android Marshmallow, simply scroll down till you find the ‘Google Play Store’ option. If you’re using Android Lollipop or earlier versions, slide to the ‘All’ tab and find ‘Google Play Store’ from the list of apps that appears. Once you tap on ‘Play Store’, you should have several options: ‘Force Stop’, and ‘Disable’. Possibly, you could even have one that says ‘Uninstall Updates’.
Select ‘Force Stop’ and tap ‘Ok’ to clear the warning that shows up. This makes sure that Play Store is not running in the background. On Lollipop or earlier OS versions, simply scroll down and tap on the ‘Clear Cache’ button. On Android Marshmallow, tap on the ‘Storage’ option then chose ‘Clear Cache’. This effectively erases all cached data attached to the Play Store app.
Try to open Play Store and see whether it is still crashing. If it persists , following the same instructions above but rather than choosing to ‘Clear Cache’, tap to ‘Clear Data’. This deletes all login details and other data related to the app. Once you’ve done this, try opening the app again. It should work well, but if the problem persists, you’ve got one final option.
Install the latest version of Play Store
If the fix above doesn’t solve the Google Play Store Crashing issue, it’s time to find an APK file of the latest version of Play Store. To make this possible, navigate to Settings>Security and turn on the checkbox (or toggle) to enable installation of apps from ‘Unknown Source’. Tap ‘OK’ to ignore the warning message that comes up. This practically means that you have authorized the Android system to accommodate apps that are downloaded from outside the official Google Play Store marketplace.
Launch the browser of your app on Android and type www.apkmirror.com in the address bar. This is a trusted site that mirrors APKs hosted on the Google Play. As you might expect, APK mirror only hosts free apps and verifies them as legitimate.
ON the search field, type ‘Play Store‘ – the first option you see on the results page should be the latest available version of Play Store.
Download the APK file and install it on your phone. You should do just fine following the prompts that appear on your screen.
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Download Stickers For WhatsApp – The Best Collection Of Whatsapp Stickers On The Web
Download Stickers For Whatsapp
If you are a kind of person that loves stickers , the downside of this is that you’ll end up having too many apps on your phone just for stickers. I decided to look for a workaround for this and luckily I found it.
I have converted the best collection of stickers from Telegram for use on Whatsapp. So let me guide you on what to do to be able to use this method.
How To Add Your Own Stickers To Whatsapp
- Download Personal Stickers For WhatsApp App From Here
- Download Xplore App From Here
- Download Your Choice Of Stickers From The Sticker List Below
- Extract The Folder Using Xplore App
- Create A New Folder On The Root Of Your Device
- Copy The Stickers From The PNG Folder To The Folder You Created
- Place Your Files On The Root Of Your Device (It shouldn’t be inside any folder)
- Launch The Personal Stickers App
- Wait For The Folder Name To Show
- Select Add Stickers To Whatsapp And Wait
- You’ll get a success message, launch Whatsapp and you can see your stickers.
Whatsapp Sticker Packs (Converted From Telegram)
1. Bill Gates Whatsapp Sticker Pack
2. Elon Musk Whatsapp Sticker Pack
3. The Kardashians Whatsapp Sticker Pack
4. Captain America Whatsapp Sticker Pack
5. American Dad Whatsapp Sticker Pack
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How To Fix Facebook App Crashing On Android Smartphones
Update Your Facebook to the latest version
Method 2: Clear App Cache
- Open Settings.
- Tap Apps.
- Navigate to Facebook app.
- Tap to open Options.
- Tap Clear Cache and then Clear Data.
- Restart your device and try out Facebook app again.
Method 3: Reinstall Facebook App
device and go back to Google play store and reinstall it Login with your Facebook ID and everything should be back to normal.
Method 4: Download Facebook Lite