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8 OPPO Smartphone Problems & How to Overcome Them

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The OPPO smartphone is one of the smartphones that many young people or teenagers like. The front camera of OPPO becomes the main option to maximize every selfie action from all the moments available.

OPPO F1s Selfie Expert and also OPPO F3s Selfie Expert become the best-selling variants and become the flagship product of OPPO. Even though it is a superior product, it is also possible that OPPO smartphones may also experience problems.

You need to know that OPPO devices have a variety of problems, starting from the application has stopped, the Launcher has stopped, the Status Bar has stopped, the notification does not appear, Bootloop or failed to boot and stop at LOGO, and many other problems that are still many more.

Troubleshooting OPPO Devices

The cause of the problem certainly varies, it could be due to viruses, bugs or damage to applications, junk files that are not cleaned, and others.

And to deal with all the problems that exist, there are several methods you can do. You can follow some of the methods below in accordance with the problems you face.

1. Unfortunately, the Application Has Stopped

Problems regarding the appearance of error messages that read ” Unfortunately, the Application Has Stopped ” were experienced by many OPPO users. Not only OPPO users, many other smartphone users also experience the same problem.

The cause of the problem, maybe because of full memory, the number of junk files that accumulate, viruses, incompatible applications, and others. And to overcome this problem, users can clean up junk files and related application data.

  • Go to the Settings menu »Additional Settings» Application Management » Search for ” Application Name ” » then tap “Force Stop” and “Erase Data”.

NOTE: The above method I did on the OPPO A37 Smartphone with the Android Lollipop v5.1.1 operating system. If you use another Smartphone series, of course, you can adjust it.

2. OPPO Android process has stopped

Some OPPO users must have experienced problems that read “android.process.media has stopped”. The problem is almost the same as the first, which raises a pop up message.

And to overcome these problems can vary, ranging from cleaning the cache and data, restarting, hard reset, or flashing. And the easiest thing you can try is cleaning cache files and application data. Check out the following steps.

  • Go to the Settings menu » Additional Settings» Application Management » Search for “Download” » Then tap “Force Stop” and “Erase Data”.
  • Go to the Settings menu »Additional Settings» Application Management » Search for “Music Player” » Then tap “Force Stop” and “Erase Data”.
  • Go to the Settings menu » Additional Settings» Application Management » Search for ” Media Storage” » Then tap “Force Stop” and “Erase Data”.

In addition to cleaning cache files and application data, you can also do Hard reset or Wipe Data through the Recovery Mode menu. But before doing a Hard Reset, make sure you backup all the data or files that you have.

  • Press the “Power + Volume Down ” button simultaneously for a few moments until you are faced with the Recovery Mode menu. For language options, you can select “English”.
  • To do a Hard Reset, you can select “Wipe Data”. Confirm by selecting the “YES” option.
  • Wait until the Hard Reset process is complete and successful. If so, you can reboot or restart your OPPO smartphone.
  • Done.

3. OPPO Launcher has stopped

OPPO Launcher is a very important part of the OPPO device. If OPPO Launcher experiences problems, usually users cannot do any multitasking activities.

This OPPO Launcher affects all OPPO screen views, and to overcome this, users can do Wipe Data or Hard Reset via Recovery Mode. For more details, you can follow the Hard Reset steps above, exactly number two.

4. OPPO Notification Not Appears

For problems with the fourth OPPO device, notifications that don’t like appear. This notification can occur in some messenger applications such as WhatsApp, LINE, Instagram, and others.

To overcome this, make sure the user checks on the notification feature in settings, applications, and also on the Notification feature. For more details, you can refer to the article review about addressing the notification problem on the following OPPO device.

5. Not Enough Memory When Installing Applications

Yep, the problem of insufficient memory when installing applications is certainly a sad thing for OPPO users. Moreover, if the application you want to install is an application that is very important or very necessary.

To outsmart the problem, users can reduce some of the files stored in the internal memory or move them in external memory. Or it could also delete some applications that are rarely or never used.

For more details, you can see a full review of the problem in the following article.

6. Not Enough Space When Downloading Applications

When you download the application from the Google Play Store and then suddenly a notification message pops up that the storage isn’t enough or the storage space has run out, you will definitely feel a little disappointed.

To overcome this problem, users can delete some applications or games that you have never used.

Go to the Settings menu »Additional Settings» Application Management » Look for “Application Name” » Then tap “Uninstall”.

NOTE: The above method I did on the OPPO A37 Smartphone with the Android Lollipop v5.1.1 operating system. If you use another Smartphone series, of course, you can adjust it.

7. Booting Stops at OPPO LOGO

Booting that stops at OPPO LOGO is one of the serious problems that might bother OPPO users. Booting that fails or stops is better known as BOOTLOOP .

This problem occurs on Android systems and to overcome this, you have two methods that you can do that is by Hard Reset / Wipe Data through the ColorOS Recovery menu. And if Hard Reset fails to resolve the problem, the final solution can be done with Flashing.

To do flashing , users need Stock ROM or Firmware from OPPO (By Type) .

8. The OPPO smartphone turns itself off

And for the future, the problem that often occurs in the OPO device is often dead itself. This might be a bit strange, but it really does happen.

The causes can vary – it may be due to a weak battery or less than 20%, a virus attached to the system, full memory, the number of junk files attached, and others.

As for resolving these problems, users can do software nurses such as by cleaning cache files, doing boosts in RAM, or can also do Flashing.

Those are some of the problems that often occur on OPPO devices . We will do an update on the OPPO problem if later there are other problems that do occur. Hopefully with this super comprehensive article review, OPPO users can fix it according to existing problems.

All of the above methods you can apply to all OPPO devices such as OPPO A37, OPPO A59, OPPO R9 Plus, OPPO F1 Plus, OPPO A53, OPPO A33, OPPO Neo 7, OPPO A83, OPPO A57, OPPO A71, OPPO A39, OPPO F7, OPPO F7 Plus, OPPO F5, OPPO F5 Youth, OPPO F3, OPPO F3 Plus, OPPO F9, OPPO F9 Plus, OPPO Find X, and other OPPO devices.

If you have something to ask or say about the OPPO device, please write through the comments column below. Thank you and good luck !!