Getting Around Google Process GAPPS Error On The Phone.

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Recently, I have been notified with messages like Google process GAPPS error on my Samsung phone. What is wrong with my phone and how to fix it?

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Getting Around Google Process GAPPS Error On The Phone.

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The Download Manager of your phone can resolve the issue which is related to the Google Apps. For this, go to the Settings from your application grid on the phone. Application Manager leads towards the Disabled application. You will find the download manager which should be enabled. After enabling it, reboot your device. You can also try clearing Cache or Updating the app. It is a temporary issue and hence is easier to resolve most of the time.

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Getting Around Google Process GAPPS Error On The Phone.

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If your Android phone has a problem with Google Play or with the Google Play service, it can be fixed by flashing the phone with the stock firmware. This normally happens on older phones with outdated firmware. I encountered it with my sister’s old Samsung Galaxy S3 mini and Huawei phone. I tried everything on the Samsung phone including factory reset but it didn’t work.

With the Huawei phone, I was able to fix it by flashing it with the correct stock firmware. Flashing the phone with a stock or custom firmware is a tedious job. The actual flashing is easy but finding the correct stock or custom firmware is the hard part. Try to factory reset it in Recovery Mode.

If you have other problems with your phone, try factory resetting it from Recovery Mode. With the phone completely off, press and hold the Volume Up, Home, and Power buttons simultaneously until the logo appears. When the logo appears, release the Power button but continue holding the other keys. When the Android System Recovery screen appears, release all buttons.

To navigate between the options, press the Volume Up/Down buttons. To select or Enter, press the Power button. Now, press Volume Down and go to “wipe data/factory reset” then press the Power button to select. Next, press Volume Down and go to “Yes — delete all user data” then press the Power button to select.

Android will begin clearing your phone’s data so just wait. When it is finished, go to “reboot system now” and press Power. Note: before doing this, backup your phone’s data to the memory card and then remove the memory card and SIM card from the device. If factory reset doesn’t fix the problem, bring your phone to the service center to get it serviced.

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