- 09-05-2013, 09:43 PM #1
Hello, I have a Lumia 520. Over some time I've been having problems with apps force closing. Like they just stop responding and crash. Some even crash without any lag. :/ I guess its because of less RAM?
I've done these things:
- Soft reset.
- Hard reset.
- Restarted ofcourse.
- Disabled all background apps except what's app.
Apart from this when browsing net, tabs tend to automatically reload themselves when I switch to them. Can anyone help me out with that?
Some apps i had these problems with are UC Browser, Get them all, Surprisingly tapatalk app too, what's app. :/
Any fix or any suggestion is welcome... Thanks a lot. :D
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- 09-05-2013, 11:30 PM #3
I did... That's what I meant by reset. I also did the soft reset which is done by power button and volume down... Unfortunately nothing...
Can it have anything to do with memory free? I have 2 GB of memory left... RAM I don't know because we cant access it. :(
Its quite weird. Anyways thanks for reply... Maybe they'll disappear after GDR2 update. Who knows.
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- 09-05-2013, 11:34 PM #4
My bad...I would look through the comments in the store of apps that are giving you issues. Maybe you will find a trend and know what apps not to use. If there isn't any trends, I would do a factory reset again. Believe it or not, sometimes fixing a problem happens after doing it twice (speaking in general terms with experience with all the different smartphone OSes).
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