How To Fix “Unfortunately, TouchWiz Home has stopped” On Samsung Galaxy

Samsung always remained under severe criticism because of its TouchWiz Home launcher. Over the past few years, we saw great improvements in the Galaxy devices, but users always got disappointed when it came to the software running on these devices. At first, Samsung Galaxy devices include a lot of bloatware apps, and then its the TouchWiz Home launcher that slows it down further. TouchWiz Home is lags at times and doesn’t respond. A very simple solution to get rid of the TouchWiz issues is to use some other launcher from the Play Store, but then you will loose the stock touch, look and feel of the device. While most of the users chose to stick to the stock TouchWiz Home launcher, they need to resolve the issues with this launcher.

A very common issue that occurs with the TouchWiz Home Launcher is the force stop error. You might come across this “Unfortunately, TouchWiz Home has stopped” error while using your device normally, and you might have to restart your device to get rid of this as it simply hangs the device. But what if the issue comes up again after restarting the device and doesn’t go away at any cost? You need a different solution in this case. If you’re having this issue right at the moment and you came here while looking for a solution. You made the right choice.Screenshot at Jun 15 17-59-55

We are going to fix the “Unfortunately, TouchWiz Home has stopped” issue in the following post. Let’s move ahead and solve this right away. The following solutions will work on all Samsung Galaxy Devices whether your device is running on Android Gingerbread, JellyBean, KitKat or Lollipop. 

How To Fix “Unfortunately, TouchWiz Home has stopped” On Samsung Galaxy

  1. First of all you need to boot your device in safe mode. To do so turn off your device completely.
  2. Now turn it on, while it boots up, keep the volume down key pressed.
  3. Leave the key as soon as your phone completely boots up. You will find “Safe Mode” notification on the bottom left. Now you’re set to fix the TouchWiz Home.
  4. Now while you’re in the safe mode, tap the app drawer and navigate to settings app.
  5. In settings open application manager > now open all applications > select TouchWiz Home.
  6. You will have TouchWiz Home settings now. Wipe TouchWiz Home data and cache.
  7. Now reboot your device.
  8. Your issue should be resolve now.

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Method#2: 

  1. If the solution written above doesn’t help you, you may try wiping your device’s cache.
  2. To do so, simply turn off your phone.
  3. Now turn it on while pressing and holding Volume Up + Home + Power Key.
  4. Leave the keys as soon as your device boots up.
  5. Now using Volume Up & Down keys navigate to Wipe Cache Partition, select it using Power Key and wipe it.
  6. Once you’ve wiped it, reboot your device and check if your issue has been resolved or not.
  7. That’s all.

That’s all. If your issue still persists, reach us out through the comment box below. We will try to help you out. Thank you all.

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