Many Android phone users recently reported that most Android apps frequently crash back, including apps such as Google Email, Yahoo, and Amazon. Google responded on March 23 that users only need to update the components WebView and Google Chrome to solve the crash problem.
If you are an Android user who has encountered a similar problem, has it been solved? News Update will give you a quick explanation.
What caused the crash?
The culprit for frequent crashes of Android mobile apps is the Android system component WebView. WebView is a system component supported by Google Chrome, which allows Android applications to display web content.
The Android development company Google released a method to fix the application crash problem: update the system component WebView, and upgrade the 89.0.4389.105 version of Google Chrome.
Proceed as follows:
- Open the Google Play Store
- Search Android WebView
- Select the “Update” option
- Repeat the above steps for “Google Chrome”
A Google spokesperson said in a statement that it has solved the problem of frequent crashes of some apps on the Android system caused by WebView. Now, updating WebView and Google Chrome through the Google Play Store should solve this problem.
User: The method is feasible
Many Android users reported that after taking the above steps provided by Google, the problem of frequent crashes of applications has been successfully resolved.