If your Twitter application keeps crashing on your new Samsung Galaxy S10 and you don’t actually know what to do or how to go about fixing this problem. Well, just follow our guide below, and you will be able to fix your Twitter crashing issue on your Galaxy S10 device.
Force quit your Twitter application
Some errors can increase if a system is left to function for a long while. Simply try to force close the app and see if that will be of help. There are two approaches to do this.
Method 1: Close an application using Recent Applications key
- Tap the Recent Apps soft button on your home screen.
- Once the Recent Applications screen has shown simply swipe right or left to find the application.
- Then, go ahead and select the application to close, then tap on the Close or Kill option. This should force close the application. If it’s not there, just tap the Close All applications to also restart all applications.
Method 2: Close an app using App Info menu
The other method to force close an application is by going within the application’s settings itself. It’s a longer method compared to the first way above, but it’s likewise useful. You want to use this technique if you plan on doing other fixes for the said application like clearing the app’s cache and data. Here’s how it’s done:
- Go to your phone’s Settings application.
- Tap Applications.
- Tap the More settings icon.
- Tap Show system applications.
- Locate and tap the application.
- Tap Force Stop.
2: Install Twitter update
Known errors are regularly reported by a lot of users in a span of a short time, which can then prompt the application developer to work on the app and also fix them. If the cause of your issue is due to a known error, ensure that you update the application at this time to know if that will assist. Not a lot of people actually know about this, but updates are the main technique used by developers and publishers to fix problems in their applications.
To check for application updates:
- Open Play Store application.
- Tap More settings icon.
- Tap My apps & games.
- Now Tap Update all keys.
3: Clear cache of Twitter
Now here is the last step to follow, if you do this, your twitter problem will be solved successfully. Erasing the cache is one of the direct means you can use to troubleshoot a problem application. This is very effective in fixing minor errors caused by the cache that are outdated or temporary files. This can also be done securely without losing any user-related content in the application. Here’s how you can do this:
- Open your phone and go to the Home screen.
- Then tap Applications icon.
- Click and open Settings application.
- Tap Applications.
- If you’re finding a system or default application, simply tap on More settings located at the upper right of your phone (three-dot icon).
- Choose Show system applications.
- Locate and tap the proper app.
- Tap Storage.
- Tap Clear Cache key.
- Restart the phone and check for the problem.