Twitter app is one of the most used social media tools on any Android device, and in case your Galaxy S9 has problems keeping it opened, then you can find below info on how to fix the bug.
If your Galaxy S9 shows the "Unfortunately, Twitter has stopped", then you should find the solution on how to fix it by reading all the tutorials listed below. If Twitter shows the error constantly after you are opening it, then something is broken and you will have to reboot the phone first and then reopen it to verify if the problem has been fixed.
In case you reboot the phone and the Twitter app continues to display the errors, then you have to check the instructions under each method below.
Update Twitter to its latest version:
The first thing you need to try is to open the Google Play Store and check the Twitter app for updates. If a new update is available, then you have to install it and then test the Twitter app once again.
Clear Twitter App Cache and Data:
If the Twitter app continues to display errors and bugs, then you should attempt to clear the app cache and app data and see if that fixes the problem.
Go to Settings> Apps> scroll through the list and open Twitter menu when you find it. Go to Storage and use the "clear cache" option first. After you clear the cache for the Twitter app and you test the app, but the problem is not fixed, then you have to use the other "clear data" option from the same Twitter> Storage menu.
After you clear the Twitter app data you will have to re-login and test the app functionality.
Uninstall Twitter and Reinstall It:
Another thing you need to try would be to uninstall Twitter from your device. After the app is removed you will have to reinstall it and test to see if it works without any issues. If this doesn't fix the problem, then you will have to check the extra instructions methods below.
Update the Samsung Galaxy S9 to latest firmware version:
If you are running an older Android firmware version, then you should attempt to upgrade your phone to the latest build. The Twitter app is getting updated constantly and when a new Android software update is installed you will need to install the new app updates, too.
Go to Settings> Software Update> Download and Install menu and check for new firmware files. If a new firmware is ready to download, then you should confirm the update process and test the Twitter app once again. If the app still continues to crash after the update is done, then you should check the extra tutorials below.
Wipe the Cache Partition from Recovery Mode:
The Recovery Mode is a subsystem that you can find on all the Android devices, and you can use it to wipe the cache partition of your Galaxy S9. By wiping the cache partition of your Galaxy S9 you will reset all the info and settings your device has set for each app that you have installed until now.
The cache partition can be wiped using the info below:
- power off the phone.
- boot it in Recovery Mode by pressing and holding Volume Up + Bixby + Power buttons.
- wait for the screen to show an Android logo over a blue background and then release the buttons.
- wait 30 seconds for the Recovery Mode options to load.
- select 'wipe cache partition' and confirm.
- reboot the phone in normal mode.
Now you can test the Twitter app and see if it works without problems. In case the Twitter issues continue, then you will have to check the extra tutorial below and wipe clean your entire device and fix it.
Factory Reset Samsung Galaxy S9 from Recovery Mode:
The Factory Reset process will restore your smartphone back to its original settings and maybe it will fix the issues you are having when using Twitter app.
Before factory resetting the device you will need to backup all the important data files, as the instructions below will teach you how to wipe the system partition completely. After you factory reset the Galaxy S9 you will be forced to reinstall all your favorite apps and see if the problems Twitter previously displayed have been fixed.
Here's how to factory reset your device:
- power off the device.
- press and hold Volume Up + Bixby + Power buttons at the same time.
- release the buttons when the Galaxy S9 blue screen with an Android logo is shown.
- now wait 30 seconds for the Recovery Mode menu options to load.
- next, select 'wipe data/ factory reset' and confirm the process.
- reboot the device in normal mode.
- re-add your default Google account, then reinstall Twitter and see if the factory reset has fixed the app.
These were all the steps you had to take in order to try and fix the Twitter app. If you are still having problems with it, then you should tell us in comments. Make sure that you list as many details as you can, so that we will be able to find a solution for you.
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