Facing Error, The Process Com.google.process.gapps Has Stopped In My Mobile Phone.

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I was running my phone, I clicked on one of the Google apps. It displayed error the process com.google.process.gapps has stopped, and the app did not start.

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Facing Error, The Process Com.google.process.gapps Has Stopped In My Mobile Phone.

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‘Gapps’ here stand for Google Application in the mobile phone. The error occurs when the application is not able to connect to the servers, or the connection has timed out.

To reset the preferences of the Applications follow these steps –

  1. Select the Setting of your phone.
  2. In the settings, go to Application Manager.
  3. In the application manager, select Reset App Preferences.

Sometimes this error is due to downloading manager. Disabling and Re-enabling the download manager can solve the issue.

  1. Select the Settings of your phone.
  2. In the setting, select Apps.
  3. In the list of apps, select Download Manager and select to open its details.
  4. Select to disable it and then re-enable it again.
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Facing Error, The Process Com.google.process.gapps Has Stopped In My Mobile Phone.

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When using an Android phone, you may receive “The process com.google.process.gapps has stopped.” One reason why you receive this error is when the Download Manager is disabled. The “gapps” in the error message refers to “Google apps.” To fix the problem, try to re-enable the Download Manager.

Android error message related to Google apps
Android error message related to Google apps

For Android 4.4 KitKat, go to “Settings” then select “More” tab (…). Tap “Application manager” then slide the screen to the left to access “Disabled” application. Note: if you don’t see the “Disabled” tab, it means there are no disabled services. In this case, slide the screen to the “All” tab then tap “Download Manager” and then “Enable.” After this, restart your phone and see if it works.

Enable Download Manager
Enable Download Manager

For Android 5.0 Lollipop, go to “Settings,” “Applications,” “Application manager” then slide the screen to “Disabled” tab. Select “Download Manager” and tap “Enable.” Restart your device. Note: if you don’t see the “Disabled” tab, slide to the “All” tab. See if this works. If enabling the Download Manager didn’t work, try resetting the app preferences. Go to “Settings,” “Apps” or “Application manager,” “More” tab then select “Reset app preferences.”

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