Surely it happened to many of you that at one point a message appears, a pop-up window that says “android.process.acore has stopped”. It is, unfortunately, something quite common that happens on different Android phones. Generally it happens more than anything in the Samsung of a few years ago, I am talking about the S2 to the S5, the Note 2 and 3 or even the Moto G.
The android.process.acore process has been unexpectedly interrupted
The solution is actually quite simple, first you place the Smartphone on the ground and then with a mallet you start hitting it as if there was no tomorrow … not for that it was not.
Seriously speaking even though the origin of the problem is somewhat confusing and It is not known why some specific mobiles have this kind of drawback, the solution is quite simple actually.
Some comment that it has to do with different updates of either the operating system or the applications, others comment that it is the cache of all installed apps or even malware or spyware in the OS … whatever it is, we are going to help you solve this problem.
Solution to android.process.acore has stopped
The first thing we are going to do is clear the application cache.
For this we are going to go to the Settings part and then we go to Storage, once there what we have to do is go to where it says Cache data. Now it asks us if we want to delete all this data and this is when you must answer with a resounding yes or delete.
Now the problem should be fixed.
In any case, if you want to be even more secure, then the best solution is to go to recovery mode, remember that the way to enter it on each mobile is slightly different.
Usually it is by pressing and holding the power button, home and the volume down. In any case, if you already know how to enter the recovery mode once you are there just go to wipe cache partition and erase everything.
Well now it is very possible that you already have the problem solved. However, in case this does not happen the only thing that you have to do is a hard resetIn other words, returning the Smartphone to the factory, eliminating absolutely all the data, applications, photos, in short everything that is on the Smartphone that you have added or installed and leaving the mobile as if it had just left the factory.