Most of the Android users have come across this “Unfortunately, recommended app has stopped” notification on their phones usually after an upgrade from an older version of Android to a later version.
The notification could pop-up when you insert a head phone into the audio jack or may be at any other time during the normal use. The error also comes while running normal apps, games. The message is of course annoying and always causes a disturbance. Below we suggest some measures to help get rid of the frustrating ‘Unfortunately, recommended app has stopped‘ message in Android devices.
Fixed Unfortunately Recommended App Has Stopped
Take Backup First
It is highly recommended that whenever you upgrade your Android system software, do a backup of your device and then go for the upgrade. Thereby, you could factory reset the phone afterwards and then restore the data.
But in case you do not want to go for a full back up and restore option before upgrading your phone, here are a couple of ways to solve the issue.
Clearing the Cache
If you are running an Android version 4.2 or later than that, …read more
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