Samsung Galaxy S10

In this article, you will learn how you can fix the “Unfortunately, Instagram has stopped” error on your Samsung s10 device. This issue is a common issue encountered by a lot of Instagram users. If you see “Unfortunately, Instagram has stopped” error on your Galaxy S10, and you have no idea of the possible steps to take to clear this error, then follow the below step.

How to fix Galaxy S10 “Unfortunately, Instagram has stopped” error | Instagram keeps crashing

If you see the “Unfortunately, Instagram has stopped” difficulty when loading or making use of your Instagram, here are the steps to follow to be able to solve this problem below.

#1: Force quit Instagram

When dealing with any application issue, the first thing to do is to make sure that the application is restarted. When you force and restart your Instagram application, at times this will help to correct any error and even fix the issues on your app:

  1. Tap the Recent Applications soft key (the one that has three vertical lines on the left side of the Home button).
  2. Once the Recent Applications screen is shown to move to the left or to the right to look for the Instagram application, then, move up on the application to close it. This will force close the application. If it’s not there, then tap the Close All application to also restart all applications.
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You can also force close any app like this:

  1. Go to your Settings app.
  2. Tap Applications.
  3. Tap the More settings below (three-dot icon, located at the upper right).
  4. Tap Show system applications.
  5. Locate and tap the Instagram application.
  6. Then tap on Force Stop.

#2: Soft reset your phone

When force restarting the application didn’t work out well, the next thing to do is to restart the phone itself. Like the first one, this step may potentially clear the device of its minor issues after running it for quite some time. Some errors may occur if you allow your device run for days without starting it over again. To fix problems arising from this state, ensure to do a soft reset on your phone. Unlike the normal restart, soft reset helps to simulate the effect of a battery pull, thereby automatically clearing the RAM in the process. This proves efficient in the past when dealing with minor errors. Here’s how you can do it:

  1. Hold and press the Power + Volume Down keys for about 12 seconds or until the phone power cycles. Note: Give several seconds for the repairs Boot Mode screen to show up.
  2. From the repairs Boot Mode screen, choose Normal Boot. Note: make use of the volume keys to cycle through the available options and the lower left keys (below the volume keys) to choose. Give up to 90 seconds for the reset to finished.
  3. If repairs Boot Mode screen didn’t show, then your phone does not have it. Just wait for the phone to power down entirely.
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#3: Uninstall updates

If your Instagram application is up-to-date, but it begins to develop problems right after you have installed an update, you need to consider uninstalling the updates.

  1. Click and open the Settings application.
  2. Tap Applications.
  3. Tap the More settings.
  4. Then tap Show system applications.
  5. Locate and tap the Instagram application.
  6. Tap the three-dot icon which is located at the upper right.
  7. Now tap Uninstall updates.

#4: Clear cache of the Instagram app

Another method to deal with the application is by clearing its cache. Remove the cache of your Instagram application with these steps:

  1. Open Settings application.
  2. Tap Applications.
  3. Tap the More settings.
  4. Tap Show system applications.
  5. Locate and tap the Instagram application.
  6. Tap on Storage.
  7. Tap Clear cache key.

This simple step should fix the problem. Drop your comments below.

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