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Recently some of the Galaxy Note 10+ owners reported that YouTube keeps crashing on Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ and sometimes it shows, Unfortunately, YouTube has stopped. This issue literally won’t allow you to use YouTube and it seems like it is an only app-related error. Just one pop-up, “Unfortunately, YouTube has stopped” on Note 10+ is not enough to judge the real problem. It will take a long troubleshoot to fix YouTube not working on Samsung.
In this article, we will walk you through some of the best troubleshooting techniques that will help you fix YouTube on Note 10+. We have listed every possible solution to rule out the YouTube keeps crashing issue on Galaxy Note 10+ and hopefully, it will fix it.
Fix YouTube keeps crashing on Samsung Galaxy Note 10+
Tip 1: Restart Note 10
The very first solution to fix YouTube keeps crashing on Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ is to restart the phone. This is worth trying because it refreshed all of the Galaxy Note 10+ apps and services. It can fix minor software glitches that result in the app crashed and system malfunction.
- Press and hold the Volume down key and Power key until the power menu appears on display.
- Tap Restart.
Tip 2: Clear Cache and Data of YouTube
The error is with only a particular app, and each app does have a cache, a temporary file that helps an app to work smoothly. So, if YouTube keeps crashing on Samsung Note 10+, then it might be possible that the app cache is corrupted. Better be, delete cache and data of YouTube app on your device to avoid such errors.
- Open the Settings app from the app drawer.
- Find and tap Apps.
- Scroll down and open YouTube from the list.
- Tap Storage.
- Select Clear Cache.
- Again select Clear Data.
Tip 3: Update YouTube
If Samsung Note 10+ showing, Unfortunately, YouTube has stopped the error message, then you should consider updating the app. As time passes, the YouTube app received new functionalities and often results in incompatibility issues with your phone. Always keep all the applications of your device up to date.
- Open Google Play.
- Bring the menu on the screen.
- Tap My apps & games or directly make the search for YouTube.
- Hit Update or Update All, if any available.
Tip 4: Wipe Cache Partition
Earlier we have shown a way to clear the cache of a particular app, whereas Wipe cache partition deleted the system cache. Once the wipe cache partition is performed, the system generates the new cache files to boost the device performance. Here’s how you can wipe the cache partition of Samsung Galaxy Note 10+.
- Turn off the device by pressing and holding the power button.
- Now, press the Volume Up key, Power key and Bixby key, for a while.
- Do not release these keys when the Samsung logo appears.
- When Android menu options displays then, release the keys.
- Navigate to Wipe cache partition using Volume down key.
- Press the Power key to select Wipe cache partition.
- Again press the Volume down key to highlight Yes and Power button to confirm the process.
- Once the wipe cache partition is finished the device will ask you to Reboot system now, press power button to do so.
Tip 5: Factory Reset Note 10
So far this is the best-known solution if any of the above tricks don’t fix YouTube keeps crashing or Unfortunately, YouTube has stopped error on Note 10+. However, factory reset will erase all the stored data including Google accounts, customized settings, Samsung accounts, etc.
- Tap Settings and select General
- Scroll and tap Reset > Factory Reset.
- Again tap Reset and Delete All.
- Enter the phone password.
- If asked, then enter the Samsung account password to confirm and proceed.
If you care to look for more Tips, Tricks and How To’s on Samsung Galaxy Note 10+, then visit the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ page to get the best out of your device. You may suggest tips in the comment section or mail us that we haven’t covered in this article or any post, we will definitely consider your suggestions.
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