Fix the process has stopped Error on Your Device

The error message “Unfortunately, The Process Com.Google.Process.Gapps Has Stopped” which you may have got on your device many times, refers to one of the Google Apps stopped operating. If one of the gapps is fixed, all of them are going to be fixed automatically.

The error message “Unfortunately, The Process Com.Google.Process.Gapps Has Stopped” is typically related to the following errors:

Solution 1: Disable Download Manager:

The first procedure you will use in fixing the “Unfortunately, The Process Com.Google.Process.Gapps Has Stopped“error message:

> Tap on Apps from the Home screen.

> Tap on the Settings.

> Scroll down through the list to ‘APPLICATIONS,’ and then tap on the Application manager.

> You will be able to swipe either left or right in order to show the contents of the ALL screen.

> Tap on the Downloads

> Tap on the Disable, and then tap on ‘enable’ to turn the service on.

Solution 2: Reset App Preferences:

If previous solutions didn’t work for you, you will do this one. You will be able to reset app preferences to fix this error. This can reset the settings of all the apps to their factory defaults. To go, therefore, follow the steps given below.

Step 1: Find and open the Settings app from the apps.

Step 2: Find and choose Apps from the Settings.

Step 3: Then go to All tab.

Step 4: Now press your options key.

Step 5: Tap on the Reset app preferences

Reset App Preferences

Solution 3: Restart the Google Framework Services:

  1. Go to the Settings and Tap on Apps
  2. Tap All Apps or Swipe to All and then open the Google Services Framework App.
  1. Now open App Details and Tap on Force Stop then Tap on Clear Cache and test.

Unfortunately, the process has stopped error

Solution 4: Reset  your Android Device to it the factory settings

If none of the methods above worked; then do a factory reset option on your device. Try a soft reset option first; followed by the hard reset if the soft reset does not work. To reset; check out the android factory reset option guide.

Solution 5: Clear Google Play Services data:

If clearing the cache and data for a specific app, or perhaps uninstalling it, does not work, there is another quick solution you can do. This involves removing all your Google Play Services data, that sounds scarier than it actually is.

This method can delete your Google Play Services preferences and settings however they’re easy to assign again afterward; you most probably won’t  notice that it has happened.

→First, go to Settings > Apps > Google Play Services. On the App information page, you will be able to see the Manage space button; tap on it.

→Navigate to the Google Play Services app information screen and tap on the ‘Manage space’.

Clear Google Play Services data

→On the following screen, tap on the Clear all data. You will be able to receive a warning message confirming that you would like to delete the data permanently. Tap on the OK button to proceed.

So this is it. Hope these solutions may fix your problem. which one worked for you? Leave us a comment and allow us to grasp. If none of the above-given solutions worked for you, leave us a comment stating the steps you have performed.