Chrome is very popular, and we don’t doubt its powers, but most people stick with it just because it comes pre-installed. The market is full of good browsers, for example, UC Browser. But even browsers can cause trouble from time to time.
We have written this article to tell you how to solve the most common errors found in UC Browser.
Sometimes the downloads suddenly stop – some users can continue the download, others have to start over.
Try to disable battery optimization. For this, go to Settings, to Apps & notifications. Then go to Advanced, to Special app access. Open Battery optimization and select All apps. Find the UC Browser and choose Don’t optimize.
Try to clear the app’s cache and data. For this, Then go to Advanced, to Special app access. Open Battery optimization and select Storage. Then Clear Cache and Data, then don’t forget to restart your device.
Try to check the Cloud Acceleration. For this, open the UC Browser, then tap on the bottom navigation bar and open Settings. Then choose Browsing Settings, then Disable Cloud Boost. Then you need to reinstall the app.
Try to check the Network settings – delete network and add it again, reboot your router and your phone, see if you’re using Mobile Data instead.
Try to Enable Data usage in the background. For this, you need to open Settings, then choose Apps & notifications, then open All apps. Find the UC Browser, and select Data usage. Tap On Background data and Unrestricted data usage.
The crash errorTry to clear app cache and dataTry to reinstall the app
All the necessary permissions need to be granted. To do this, you need to open Settings, then choose Apps & notifications, then open All apps. Find the UC Browser, and select Permissions. Tap On Phone and Storage permissions, then you can exit.
Try to install older iterations of the browser by using an APK. For this, you need to uninstall the UC Browser. Open Chrome, then go to APKMirror and choose one APK. Allow Chrome to install it from an unrecognized source, then install the app. It should work good now.
Many Android users use their smartphone as a computer, which means that they are downloading a lot of stuff. Users might need an external storage. But Android is limiting the access of third-party apps to the SD card.
Try to change the default download location of the files to internal memory. To do this, you need to open the UC Browser, tap on the bottom navigation bar, and then open Settings. Then you need to find the Default Path and choose a different path. Then you need to confirm the changes and restart the browser. Now, try to download the files again.
Make sure that you always have enough storage space
Try to clear the app’s cache and data.