How to fix android.process.acore has stopped?
You are trying to use your android device but you can’t due to “android.process.acore has stopped” showing up again and again.AndroidJar successfully got rid of it and is here to help you fix android.process.acore immediately with easy 4 methods.
Let’s dive right in.
What is android.process.acore?
Android process score is very often encountered error caused by a cache-ing fault.More briefly one of your application data is corrupted.Most probably your contacts.
Reasons why android.process.acore has stopped:
Contacts data and cache error.
Contacts sync not working properly might hand out our problem.
Disabled system applications.
You probably disabled some critical system applications which can lead to numerous issues.
You have installed or wanted to install a custom rom.Be very cautious when trying to install any other non official android version. Don’t try to switch to custom ROM if not needed because it can lead to hard brick which means you can’t probably use your phone again.
Error during a system update
Low battery during the update of the OS version or any other updates(ex. security, additions) may lead to issues in your device.
Be careful when surfing the internet. Nowadays the whole www and even free apps are fulfilled with malicious files that can damage your operating system. Do not allow browsers pop up notifications from unknown websites.
How to fix the android.error.acore issue?
Something may be wrong with the data in your contacts. Delete data and cache of it.
Go to Settings > Applications >Contacts > Storage > Delete data and cache.
Very important – Back up your contacts because you will loose every phone number.
A simple way to save your contacts:
Go to Contacts > Settings > Export
Select all your phone numbers and click Export.
A .vcf file will be saved in your files. You can use the .vcf file to restore all your data on any other devices too.
Some android phones do not have the export option so here is a simple alternative.
Go to Google Play Store and install Super Backup. Open it and allow permission. Now click on Contacts and select Back up all. This will also create and save a .vcf file on your device. You also have the option to upload it to the cloud for future use.
After deleting the data turn off your phone for about 3-5 minutes, then restart it.
2.Restore the deleted system applications
Thanks to Android Data Extraction we can easily get back our disabled system applications.
Download the Data Extraction on your computer, install it, and run it.Connect the device to your PC with a USB cable.
Boot your phone in download mode. To enter download mode on most of the android phones you need to turn off your phone then press the Volume up and the power button at the same time and hold them for 5 seconds.
If it is not working search in Google for “how to enter download mode – device model”.Select the second option. Select your phone model and click Confirm.
Wait until it finishes the recovering of your system apps and restart your phone.
If the acore pop-up comes from an updating not finished then roll back the update or ultimately install an official version of Android. A guide will be here at Androidjar soon.
This last option is not something we like but if we can’t fix the android.process.acore has stopped error we might be forced to go for a factory reset. I assume everyone knows how to reset an android device.
Click Settings, click the search box on top and simply write – Factory Reset.
All these fixes have been useful to many peoples.Hopefully, you have fixed your device until the last option. If still not fixed then your phone could have hardware problems.
Feel free to comment which one of the methods worked fo you.