How to Fix “Unfortunately Google App Has Stopped” on LG V30

LG V30

Learn how to deal with unexpected error where one or more than one App keep stopping and error message saying “Unfortunately app has stopped” keep showing up.

We love Google app. It allows us to do lots of things that we want or need to do. You can find Google app in LG V30 and you are free to use the app you like and need the most.

But there are times when problem occur. The problem happens when the error message saying “Unfortunately Google app has stopped” that keep showing up whenever you launch Google app.

This error message is annoying because it means that the app you are currently use has stopped. It could happen anytime, when the first time you try to launch the app or when you are in the middle of something while using the app.

The question is how are you going to deal with it? Why don’t you try a couple of suggestion below?

✔ Restart the phone. It is simple and easy. Just restart the phone to clear crashes and glitches on the system that possibly caused this problem.

✔ Clear the app’s cache and data. Start with clear the app cache because it is possible that this temporary data was corrupted. To clear Google App’s cache, please follow the guide below:

  1. Go to “Settings” on your LG V30.
  2. Find “Apps” option and tap on it.
  3. Swipe the screen to bring it to the “All” column section where the whole application on the device is listed.
  4. Find the trouble application and tap on it.
  5. A new page will appear that show various information about the app. Tap “Storage” and then tap “Clear Cache”.

✔ Remember to start with clear cache. If it’s not working, consider to clear data as well but it means you will lose entire data within the app so be careful on this one.

✔ Update or uninstall the troubled app.

Factory reset. Keep this action as the last resort after you try the above suggestion.

Hopefully you find the suggestion that works effectively to solve this problem.