Thursday, November 23, 2017

How to Fix "Unfortunately Process Has Stopped" on ASUS Smartphone

Overcome "Unfortunately Process Has Stopped" on the ASUS smartphone. UI system becomes one of the parts that often raises an error message that reads "Unfortunately Process Has Stopped". Not only on ASUS devices, it also happens on other Android devices like OPPO, Lenovo, Samsung, Xiaomi, Advan, and more. The UI system regulates the performance of multitasking users, and if the UI system occurs a problem, then usually the user can not maximize in performing multitasking activities that exist.

Overcome Process Has Stopped

On this occasion I will share the method to you all on How to Overcome "Unfortunately Has Been Stopped" process on ASUS smartphone. The cause of an error in the UI System is usually due to the buildup of excessive junk files. In addition, the occurrence of corrupt on the Android System makes System UI error. Not only that, the entry of malware or viruses and also full RAM also makes the UI system a problem.

1. Delete System UI Cache

For the first one, you can clean up junk files on UI System. For maximum results, also use the Cleaner application for Temporary Files to be totally clean. And to clear the cache on the UI System on your ASUS smartphone, you can see the steps below.

  •     Go to Settings / Settings Menu »Apps / Applications» All »Search" UI System "» Then tap "Clear Cache".

NOTE: The above method I did on Smartphone with Android operating system Lollipop v5.0.2. If you use a different Smartphone system, you can customize its own method.

2. Hard Reset Via Recovery Mode

If the first way does not work, continue in the second way, by performing Hard Reset ASUS smartphone through the Recovery Mode Menu. Hard Reset is the same as Factory Reset which restores Android smartphone to factory settings. All data will be totally deleted, so you must backup before doing so. And to do a Hard Reset, please refer to the steps - the following steps.

  1.     First you have to enter the ASUS Mode Recovery Mode menu, you can press the "Power + Volume Up" button simultaneously for a few moments until later you can successfully log into the ASUS Recovery Mode menu.
  2.     And To do ASUS Hard Reset, you can select "Wipe Data / Factory Reset". Make a confirmation by selecting "Yes - Delete All User Data". (Use Power button to select and Volume button to slide up bottom)
  3.     Wait until the Hard Reset / Wipe Data process is complete. If so, you can try to do "Wipe Cache Partition" to clean up some garbage files that are still attached.
  4.     Do a reboot or restart if all the above methods you have done. Follow the next instructions until you can use your ASUS smartphone again.
  5.     Done.

3. Flashing ...

And for the third one, you can try to do Flashing or Reinstall Android System. This method will certainly be more interesting because all systems will be replaced with a new one. To do so, you must download the system files according to the type of ASUS smartphone you have. To do so, users can either via Recovery or via PC. For more details, you can searching on Google flashing way according to your Android device type.

Or you can also find how to flashing Android in ASUS ZenTalk Forums.

4. Bring to the Service Center

And for the latter, if you feel confused because you can not handle it, take it to the Service Center. That way, all the problems that exist will be handled by the people who are experts in their field. Every major city there is usually an ASUS Service Center. I hope this helps!

All the methods I give are simple, sorry if there are still shortcomings.

The above methods can be applied to all ASUS devices such as ASUS Zenfone 2, Zenfone 3, Zenfone 4, Zenfone 5, Zenfone 6, Zenfone C, Zenfone 2 Deluxe, Zenfone 2 Laser, Zenfone 3 Ultra, Zenfone 3 Max, Zenfone Max, Zenfone Selfie, Zenfone Go, and many more. If there is little difference, then you just adjust it.


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