Facebook is the biggest social networking site with more then a billion users all around the world. Facebook is becoming more popular since it’s release back in 2004, it is an ongoing smartphone era and a smartphone without Facebook seems incomplete. Every smartphone users is addicted to this social networking website, because here you can avail, chatting with friends, video calling, status updates and check in’s right on a single click. This is all about Facebook, now lets get back to our topic, today we are going to write this tutorial on, how to fix “Unfortunately, Facebook has stopped” error on Android.
The error looks so annoying while you were using Facebook or busy in any important discussion. So we have mentioned more then one method to fix the “Unfortunately, Facebook has stopped” error on your Android device.
How to fix “Unfortunately, Facebook has stopped” error on Android
We have mentioned three easy method for you to get rid of bothering “Unfortunately Facebook has stopped” error on your device. These methods we are going to use are,
Method 01: How to fix “Unfortunately, Facebook has stopped” error on Android (Soft Reboot)
The first and the most convenient way to resolve the “Unfortunately Facebook has stopped” error is to give your device a software reboot. You want to know what’s the logic behind reboot? The answer is simple, giving your device a soft reboot is necessary as the Android apps and system continuously running in the background 24/7, on reboot the apps and the system take a fresh start thus allowing the apps to synchronize the data again so it will help you to get rid of the annoying “Unfortunately Facebook has stopped” error on your device.
Long press the power button >> Choose reboot >> wait for the device to boot again.
Hope this thing will solve the issue and Facebook app should work smoothly or if you are still facing the issue then go ahead and follow method 02.
Method 02: How to fix “Unfortunately, Facebook has stopped” error on Android (Clear cache and clear data)
Grab your device and unlock the lock screen, now navigate to phone’s settings menu and choose “Apps” from the list, tap to open it. (as shown above)
Once in apps menu, swipe from right to left and approach the “ALL” tab.
The “All” tab shows the list complete pre-installed system apps on your device.
Scroll down the apps until you reach the F series apps and tap on Facebook app
Another page will appear showing the app details and storage.
Now the final step, first tap on “Clear Cache”and then “Clear data”.
That’s it! Hope the method no 2 would help you, or if the problem still exists then the final solution is mentioned below.
Method 03: How to fix “Unfortunately, Facebook has stopped” error on Android (Re-installing Facebook app)
Tap to open Google Play and tap on three bar at top left as shown above.
Now tap on My apps and games, choose Facebook among the installed apps.
Tap uninstall and give your device a reboot.
Once the reboot process is completed, now install Facebook again.
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