Friday, January 25, 2019

Solution to overcome "Unfortunately, the process android.process.media Has Stopped"

The mushrooming of Android phones is now caused because the cellphone with the Android operating system is able to process data quickly and very easily. Simple interface that looks cool. The ease of activities offered starts from listening to music, watching videos, chatting, texting, telephone, taking pictures, storing documents and of course internet.


But unfortunately lately there have been users who complained because the problem they faced was the Error System that read "Unfortunately, the Application Has Been Stopped" or "Unfortunately Apps Has Stopped", as well as a warning that read "Unfortunately the android.process.media Process Has Stopped" or "Unfornately android.proces.media Has Stopped".

On this occasion I will try to provide a solution to the problem discussed above:

Solution to overcomes "Unfortunately, the process android.process.media Has Stopped"


1. STOP SYNCHRONIZATION WITH GOOGLE ACCOUNT

the first thing you can do is to stop synchronizing between your cell phone and Google account. this method is done so that your cellphone can be more free from Google and not fully connected to your Google account. Here's how:

    Open the Menu then go to Settings> Account> Google> Select "Remove All The Ticks"


2. DELETE DATA FROM 3 GOOGLE IMPORTANT APPLICATIONS

After successfully following the 1st method, you must proceed to the next stage, which is deleting data from the Google Service Framework Application, Google Play Store, Media Store and Download Manager. This method is done so that the application from Google can return to the initial and clean settings of the cache, history, and database files. Following are the steps on how to:

    Go to Settings> Applications> Select Downloads> search and select Google Play Store, then select "Delete Data"
    Go to Settings> Applications> Select Downloads> search and select the Google Services Framework, then select "Delete Data"
    Go to Settings> Applications> Select Downloads> search and select Media Storage, then select "Delete Data" and select "Disable"
    Go to Settings> Applications> Select Downloads> search and select Download Manager, then select "Delete Data" and select "Disable"


3. Turn OFF YOUR ANDROID SMARTPHONE

After going through the 2nd method, then to the 3rd way, namely by turning off your Android cellphone, removing the battery, then SIM Card, and SD Card. just leave it in a few minutes then turn on your android phone again and do the next method, namely by reactivating the application that was "Disable" in the second way earlier. that is by enabling it:

    Enable Google Sync
    Enable Media Storage
    Enable Download Manager


4. YOUR ANDROID HANDPHONE FACTORY RESET



If all methods 1,2, and 3 are not successful, then use this last method, namely by returning your Android cellphone to Initial Setup or Factory Settings. Before you do this, make sure you first check all the data that you think is important on your Android phone to the laptop. Here's how to reset Android:

    Go to Settings> Backup and Reset> Return to Factory Settings> then Select "Reset Phone".

If by way of 1, 2, 3, and 4 have not succeeded then you have to do Flashing on your Android cellphone. Flashing this reset is quite difficult because there are many android systems that you have to download before Flashing, if you find it difficult to do Flashing again it is recommended to bring your cellphone to the nearest Service Center in your city. So many solutions from me.

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