Fix Galaxy J2 Pro 2018 “Unfortunately, Gallery has stopped” error

Here’s how you can Fix Galaxy J2 Pro 2018 “Unfortunately, Gallery has stopped” error. The error message “Unfortunately, Gallery has stopped” on your Galaxy J2 Pro 2018 means you stock gallery app is crashed. It sways be due to a small bug, which triggered the issue. Moreover, it can be another app which is conflicting with stock gallery app of Galaxy J2 Pro 2018.

There is no need to panic, we have fixed this issue many times and we have some workarounds which always worked in this type of situation. We’ll walk you through to fix this problem and you can start using your stock gallery app as you used to do.

Let’s get started now.

Galaxy J2 Pro 2018 “Unfortunately, Gallery has stopped”

Fix Galaxy J2 Pro 2018 “Unfortunately, Gallery has stopped”:

Heed the instructions below in order to Fix “Unfortunately, Gallery has stopped” error on Galaxy J2 Pro 2018. Let’s start with the most basic one.

Reboot your Galaxy J2 Pro 2018:

  • Press and Hold down both volume and Power button for 10 seconds.
  • Simply hold down the power button for few seconds and when you see three option on your home screen, Tap on Reboot.

Fix Galaxy J2 Pro 2018 Unfortunately Gallery Has Stopped Working:

  • One your Android device, open Settings > Applications / Applications Manager > All Apps
  • Scroll all the way down and locate Gallery.
  • Tap Gallery to open its settings.
  • If you’re using Android Marshmallow or higher, you will have to tap Gallery > Storage to open cache and data options.
  • Now tap Clear Data and Clear Cache.
  • Now restart your Android device now.

Moreover, you can Uninstall the current version of Gallery app and download the latest from the link below.

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Perform a Factory Reset:

You need to create a complete backup of your device before you perform a Factory Reset. [ How to Backup Your Entire Android Device to PC ].

  • Turn off your device.
  • Now press and hold home+Power+Volume Up key.
  • Release the power button once you see the logo, but keep holding home and Volume up keys.
  • Now when you see Android logolet go both buttons.
  • Use the volume down button to navigate and highlight wipe data/factory reset.
  • Now use the power key to select the option.
  • You have to select ‘Yes‘ when you’ll be prompted for next menu.
  • Now wait for the process to be completed, once it’s done highlight ‘Reboot system now’ and press power button to select it.
  • All Done.

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Clear System Cache:

  • Turn off your device.
  • Now press and hold home+Power+Volume Up key.
  • Release the power button once you see a logo, but keep holding home and Volume up keys.
  • Now when you see Android logolet go both buttons.
  • Use the volume down button to navigate and highlight wipe cache partition.
  • Now use the power key to select the option.
  • You have to select ‘Yes‘ when you’ll be prompted to next menu.
  • Now wait for the process to be completed, once it’s done highlight ‘Reboot system now’ and press power button to select it.
  • All Done.

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