Fix Samsung Galaxy S7 “Unfortunately, the process com.android.phone has stopped” error

IF you are facing Unfortunately, the process com.android.phone has stopped error on your Samsung Galaxy S7. Follow the instruction below in order to fix this issue.

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Fix Samsung Galaxy S7 “Unfortunately, the process com.android.phone has stopped” error:

Before going any further you must see our ultimate guide on how to Fix ‘Unfortunately app has stopped’ errors.

Step#1: Open Settings on your Android device.

Step#2: Now tap on More tab.

Step#3: Tap on Application Manager from the list.

Step#4: Now select All Application by swipe to left.

Step#5: There you’ll see all your installed apps, Tap on Phone.

Step#6: Now all you have to do tap on Clear Cache and Clear data.

Step#7: Now goto home screen and restart your device.

All Done ….

CLEAR CACHE AND DATA OF THE SIM TOOLKIT:

Step#1: Open Settings on your Android device.

Step#2: Now tap on More tab.

Step#3: Tap on Application Manager form the list.

Step#4: Now select All Application by swipe to left.

Step#5: There you’ll see all your installed apps, Tap on SIM TOOLKIT.

Step#6: Now all you have to do tap on Clear Cache and Clear data.

Step#7: Now goto home screen and restart your device.

Fix Unfortunately App Has Stopped [ Video Tutorial ]

 

Ali Raza

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  • Anwer Ali

    followed the instruction but error still popping up

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