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    Hello, dear friends, in this topic we offer you a solution to the problem of the system interface has been stopped for Android

Solve the problem that the system interface has stopped for Android

  • Reboot the device:
One effective solution to this particular issue is to turn off and reopen the device. The device closes and reopens all applications, which may fix the software error that occurred:
  1. Press and hold the power button until the menu appears.
  2. Select "Power off" and wait for the device to turn off.
  3. Wait 10 seconds and then restart the device to see if the issue is resolved.
  • Uninstall Google App Update:
There are several users who have fixed the problem by uninstalling the Google Apps update. The problem is said to have started after the update, and I tried the following steps:
  1. Head to Settings and then choose Apps.
  2. Choose view all apps and search for 'google app'.
  3. Uninstall the updates then restart the device and check if the problem is resolved or not.
  • Full security check of your device:
Several users gave their experience in solving the system interface has stopped issue, by performing a security scan of the entire device using the “CM Security” app, it helped a lot in solving the problem. Simply download the app, open it and select "Scan".
  • Reset app settings
  1. Go to Settings, then choose Apps.
  2. Show all the apps and then press the View Options button or on some devices you will find 3 dots in the corner to display the options menu.
  3. From the popup, choose Reset app settings.
  4. Read the message content and select Reset apps.
  5. Reboot the device and check if the problem has passed or not.
  • Using safe mode:
Safe mode will let you know if a third party app is causing the problem. In safe mode, all tee apps and so-called "third party" apps are disabled. To turn on safe mode:
  1. Hold down the power button.
  2. From the menu that pops up, tap and hold the Power Off option.
  3. A window will appear telling you that the device will boot into safe mode, choose OK.
Once the device is opened in safe mode, check if the problem is resolved. If the system interface has stopped issue, then the reason is due to an app that you installed recently and you have to uninstall it.
  • Clear device cache:
We have one solution left in case all of these methods don't work, which is to clear the cache through recovery:
  1. Head to the recovery mode on your device by closing and unlocking the device using the Power, Home and Volume Up buttons.
  2. After opening the recovery mode, use the Volume Up and Down buttons to navigate the menu and the Power button to choose the option.
  3. Select "wipe cache partition" option and hit the Power button.
  4. A message will appear when done, then select the restart option and press the power button.

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