How to fix “Unfortunately Contacts Has Stopped” Error Message on Android

Perviously we’ve covered many issue like Unfortunately SnapChat Has StoppedUnfortunately WhatsApp Has StoppedUnfortunately Google Play Has Stopped and more. Today we’ll tell you how to fix “Unfortunately Contacts Has Stopped” Error Message on Android, from the last few days i’ve seen many user’s reporting about getting this message Unfortunately Contacts Has Stopped and after that they cannot access their contacts and no text messages or calls. In the following guide we’ll explain you how you can fix Unfortunately Contacts Has Stopped on Android.


How to fix “Unfortunately Contacts Has Stopped” Error Message on Android:

Below are the different method whom we have tried and they are working 100%. If none of this works for you then you have to flash stock rom using Odin.

Step 1: First goto settings.

Step 2: Open Application Manager.

Step 3: Select the All tab.

Step 4: Tap on Contacts.

Step 5: Now Tap on Clear cache.

Step 6: Now go back to Application manager menu.

Step 7: Tap on Contacts and the tap on Clear Data.

Step 8: Go back to settings menu and tap on date and time, change the format.

Step 9: Perform a factory reset if none of this works for you.

Best Solution:

Google+ was the issue.  Fixed it on all 3 phones that I was having a problem with.  Droid Maxx and Droid Mini.  Disable Google+ and you are good to go.

UnInstalling the updates to the Google+ app fixed my issue with “Unfortunately, contacts has stopped” popup every time I called someone. But, the problem came right back of couese next time the updater ran. You have to disable auto updates. That is in the Google Play app on the Google + app page. Push the 3 vertical dots and then uncheck the “auto update” box.

Disabling google+ and restart your device , This really helped me, i got my contacts back.

Hope so after applying these steps Unfortunately Contacts Has Stopped issue has been resolved. If you face any issue regarding this guide please do tell me in comments.

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