FIX FOR PHONE RESTARTING AFTER ANDROID OS UPDATE
Why Does Android Randomly Restart After Update.. |
A common question Android users may ask is “Why does my Android randomly restart itself after updating to a Newer version ?
There are a few common reasons your Android might restart on its own. Let’s take a look at them and see if we can fix it...
Cause 1 – Bad Apps
In most cases, random restarts are caused by a poor quality app. New Android OS update is modified to work with current applications and fix poor application optimization. Upgrade is expected to work with latest apps and disintegrate poor applications with low Architecture or poor GPU.
It's advisable to uninstall apps and reinstall with Official Play Store certified Apps. Cracked or Pirated Apps are behind Phone lagging, restarting after Android OS Update, because they can't work properly with new OS Updated Architecture or GPU.
You may also have an app running in the background that is causing the Android to randomly restart. When a background app is the suspected cause, try the following, preferably in the order listed:
Furthermore, Uninstall apps you don’t necessarily need. This goes especially for any apps that control sound, ringtones, wallpaper, have fancy widgets, or use GPS.
Ensure all apps are on the latest version. Upgrade everything you have from the Play Store by going to “Menu” > “Settings” > “My Apps“.
Uninstall apps that run in the background. From a fresh restart, go to “Settings” > “More…” > “Applications” > “Running“. If you see anything listed you can live without, uninstall it. If you cannot uninstall it, freeze the app if possible.
Cause 2 – System Apps Are Disabled
Did you play around with disabling Android apps? If you went too far and disabled apps that are required to run the Android OS, it may be causing your restarting issue. After Updated OS, the new Android OS will be having issues to fix later log data cmd, it's advisable you disable or do a factory reset or permission reset to restore Android OS cmd... Have a look under “Settings” > “Applications” and swipe over to the list of apps that are “Turned Off” or “Disabled” and enable any apps that may be needed for your device to function properly.
Cause 3 – Corrupted System Software
After Update OTA Update, it's advisable to do a factory reset to reset and reinstall system apps. OTA update doesn't totally reset and reinstall apps.
After Update Sometimes the Android system software gets corrupted.
Note though, a factory reset will erase data from your device. On most Android devices, you can perform a factory reset by going to Settings > Backup & reset > Reset device.
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