Many internet users are complaining about the failure of the Google app on Android. Giant teams have already received many reports.
enough To rely on Twitter To find out that many Internet users have problems with google app for several hours. Search engine app crashes on Android, shame on the OS publisher who searched the first services.
Google teams on Twitter are still responding to internet users by giving them the classic advice: restart the smartphone or the app, but nothing helps.
Hello, we apologize for any difficulties you may have encountered. Can you share more details about the issue with your Pixel device, so we can better assist you? Tell us, we will do our best to help. ^ Tina
Made by Google (madebygoogle) June 22, 2021
Given the number of reports, Google teams should quickly understand that there is a problem with the app and suggest a corrective update.
Problematic google update
According to the comments of several concerned people, the latest update of the Google app could be problematic. If so, then a simple uninstall of the June 21, 2021 update should correct the issue.
How do I uninstall the Google app update?
If you want to test this solution, uninstalling the update is very simple.
- Go to the Google Play Store.
- Click on your profile
- Click on “Manage apps and device”
- Choose the “Manage” tab.
- Click on the Google app
- Choose “Uninstall”
This action will not actually uninstall the Google app, but will instead uninstall all updates on the phone. It will then be necessary to wait for Google to provide an update to correct the operation of the application.
You can also look at the settings of your smartphone, view the list of applications installed on the device, find the Google application there and click on it to view its information. From there you can use the option Uninstall updates.
Remember that according to your smartphone interface, this function is not displayed in the same way. On Google Pixel 5 For example, option Uninstall updates Hidden in the three-dot menu at the top right. Ditto on Samsung’s One UI interface (a Galaxy Note 20 Ultra in our screenshot). on MIUI 12 – with Xiaomi Mi 11 – The button appears at the bottom of the screen next to Options Clear cache and force stop (which can also be useful for you).