There are times your chrome application will suddenly stop working and you won’t know what to do to fix the problem. Okay, stay tuned as we will be giving you the best tips to fix this error with your Chrome app on your new Galaxy S10.

Find out the actual troubleshooting methods that you can use to address this error below.

Google Chrome is one of the secure apps you have on your Samsung Galaxy smartphone. However, just like any other application, the app is not perfect and many people encounter some errors from time to time. In this article, we will be giving you the right methods to fix “Chrome has stopped” error.

1: Restart Chrome app

The error encountered when your Chrome app stops working is a temporary error, and this can be easily fixed when you just restart your application. If you are yet to try this, ensure to do so as your first step to fixing your Chrome app. A lot of application bugs are caused by minor errors that usually go away after you restart your app. There are two methods to carry out this.

Method 1: Close an application making use of Recent Apps key

  1. On your Samsung S10 screen, tap the Recent Apps soft key on your Samsung S10
  2. Once the Recent Apps screen has displayed to you, simply move and swipe right or left to locate the Chrome application. It should be there if you just finished running the app.
  3. Then, move up on the apps in settings and then close it. This should force close it. If it’s not there, simply click the Close All application to also restart all applications.

Method 2: Close an application using App Info menu

There is another method to closing an application, and this can be done by going to the app’s settings itself. This method is actually longer than the other one above. You want to use this technique if you plan on doing other fixes for the said application like clearing its cache or data.

  1. Open Settings app.
  2. Tap Applications.
  3. Tap Show system apps.
  4. Tap the More settings icon
  5. Locate and tap the application
  6. Tap Force Stop.

2: Update Google Chrome

Some errors are actually fixed by updating your Google chrome alone. It is for this cause that you want to keep all your application up-to-date. If the error started out of the blue, keeping your Google Chrome application updated is not a bad idea at all. If you haven’t updated your Chrome recently, try checking the Play Store or you can even click on the app, you will see a red download Icon, you can simply click it to update your Google Chrome application. If the cause of the error is known by those developers who made the app, a new update may contain a fix for it. Bear in mind that Google Chrome has stopped error can be caused by many factors. Although the problem itself is common among many Smart devices.

That’s all for now.

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