Whether you are using the latest Google Pixel or Samsung Galaxy Phones, there are some common errors you have to face on your Android system. Recently, Android users have registered an error, which goes: Unfortunately the Process com.Google.process.gapps has Stopped.
This error looks perilous but it is easy to solve this problem. On your Android smartphone, you can follow below-mentioned solutions.
How to Fix process com.Google.process.gapps has Stopped Error
We are listing some common solutions which can be followed by all Android phone users.
Solution #1: Clear cache for the related app
It has been noticed by users that the error flashes when they are using a particular app on their phones. In this case, the app can be culprit and you need to clear cache for the related app.
Settings → Apps → Application manager (in a few Android phones) → Tap on the app and then press Clear Cache button.
If this doesn’t work, you can go ahead and clear the data for that app. You will find Clear Data button above Clear Cache. This will erase all data, conversations, downloads etc. in the app. You should backup your Android phone to Google Drive. This will save space on your external hard disk or laptop. Alternatively, you can store the backup on MicroSD cards for Android phones.
Sometimes both the above solutions fail to work; then you can take a step further and uninstall the app and install it again after some time.
Solution #2: Get rid of Google Play Services data
Sometimes, Google Play Services wreaks havoc and you encounter such errors on your Android phone. In this scenario, we have created a complete guide to fix ‘Unfortunately, Google Play Services Has Stopped’ Error on Android.
Once you follow this complete guide, you can also solve other petty issues on your Android smartphone.
Solution #3: Reset app preferences
This solution of resetting app preferences would never hurt your data, so that you don’t need to worry about your photos, videos, files or documents. However, it will bring back old settings of the app.
Launch Settings → Apps → All and reset the app preferences.
Solution #4: Disable Auto App Update
Many Android users keep Auto app update option enabled on their smartphones, and this creates problem. You need to turn auto app update off on your Android phone.
To toggle automatic app updates off, follow this complete guide on how to turn Off Automatic App Updates On your Android, iPhone and Windows.
Apart from above solutions, you can also clear DNS cache on Android phone to get rid of the error.
Android phone users face a number of errors on Google Play Store. Lately, many users have encountered Google Play Store keeps force closing and Google Play Store error 927. In this situation, you can install apps outside Google Play Store.