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How to Resolve Gboard Working Problem

Resolve Gboard Working Problem
Written by Hassan Abbas

Resolve Gboard Working Problem: The most popular operating system OS for mobile devices, Android OS, banks on its endless customization choices to pull ahead of its competitors.

Nowadays smartphones have become capable, pocket-sized entertainment machines. However, we still use the devices to reach and interact with our loved ones, friends, colleagues, and even customers. There are lots of third-party applications available on the market, such as Swiftkey, Fleksy, and Touchpal, but traditionalists can’t seem to look beyond Google’s Gboard (tips).

The app covers all the basics and usually is one of the most reliable choices out there. However, besides other applications, Gboard, also fall prey to reprobate bugs once in a blue moon. In this article, we’ll take a look and try to resolve such a buggy situation tell you how to sort out the ‘Gboard stopped working’ issue on Android.

There are some ways to solve this problem, and we’ll try to sort all them down for your ease.

Restart the Device

Yeah, we know probably you’ve done it already. But, in case if you haven’t, now it’s the time to restart your device. If it takes care of itself after a soft reset, fine. If not, then move on to the next step.

Update the App

Gboard was force-closing due to a reprobate bug. And after zeroing in on the issue, Google has pressed it out like a responsible company, in the form of a software update. So, if you are experiencing random force-closes, then make sure to update your app to the latest available version.

If you can’t switch to a different keyboard or you don’t have any other choice available, try searching for Gboard on Play Store through voice search. When found, update to the latest version. You could also try re-installing the application.

Clear Gboard data and cache

Sometimes, clearing the cache and data of an app can sort out even the most critical issues. To remove the cache and data of the app, go to Settings > Apps > Locate GBoard > Storage > Clear cache. Or, if removing the cache doesn’t work, then choose ‘Clear data’ to delete the app’s data.

Install an older version of the app

In case if other tricks work, you can uninstall the app. And then manually install an older version of the app by installing its APK file and installing it yourself.

Factory Reset

Before we going to this choice, we’d like you to think hard. There are many possibilities on the market, so, chances are you’ll find a worthy successor to Gboard.

However, if you can’t live without Gboard’s imagination, then a time comes when you take a dreaded decision of factory resetting your device. But make sure that if this problem lies with the app itself, even a factory reset won’t fix it. So, remember you’ve finished all your choices before going for this.

To reset your device, open the Settings app and then look for Reset using the search bar at the top. Choose the Reset option and then continue to reset the device.

Conclusion:

Here is all about Resolve Gboard Working Problem. For further queries and questions let us know in the comment section below!

Also Read: Install Apk Files on Android Phones, Tablets, and Android TV

About the author

Hassan Abbas

Tech enthusiast with too many items on his wish-list and not nearly enough money! Specializing in all things tech, with a slight Apple bent he has been writing for various blogs for the best part of (too many) years

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