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Gmail and other apps are crashing on Android, but there’s a fix

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Gmail and other apps are crashing on Android, but there's a fix

If apps equivalent to Gmail and Google Pay have not too long ago been crashing in your Android telephone, you are not alone — it seems to be a widespread subject.

Quite a few person reviews on Downdetector point out there are points with Gmail, and reviews on Reddit converse of Gmail “continually crashing” since Monday. Moreover, Google’s personal Workspace Standing Dashboard stated the corporate is “conscious of an issue with Gmail affecting a big subset of customers.”

The difficulty, which seems to stem from a system app known as Android System WebView, has now been mounted.

The issue with Gmail has been resolved. We apologize for the inconvenience and thanks to your persistence and continued help. Please relaxation assured that system reliability is a high precedence at Google, and we’re making steady enhancements to make our methods higher,” stated Google in a notice on the Workspace Standing Dashboard.

To repair the issue, customers ought to replace each Google Chrome and Android System WebView through Google Play. To do this, open the Play Retailer app, seek for Android System WebView, and hit “Replace.” Then, repeat the method for Google Chrome.

DownDetector is owned by Mashable’s mother or father firm, J2 World.

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