Fix: Google App Crashing on OnePlus Phones After Opening

Last Updated on 21/11/2022

Fix: Google App Crashing on OnePlus Phones After Opening

Bugs and crashes issues like crashes and bugs Google apps is not a common issue. However, a number of OnePlus smartphone users are experiencing issues with the Google app for Android. It appears that Google Search is not working properly. Google Search app keeps crashing and shuts down when it is opened or while you are searching using OnePlus devices. Users of OnePlus 3, OnePlus 5or 5T, as well as OnePlus 6T are experiencing this particular problem.

I have experienced this issue with my OnePlus 5T with OxygenOS 9.0.11 as well as Google application version The issue is encountered when you launch the Google Search app via the drawer of apps and then pressing the Google icon within the search widget. The search function functions perfectly with your home screen widget, however, the Google app will crash when you click on it from the Discover or More (Settings) tab.

Given how frequently we use Google and other search engines, this issue could make users nauseous. Particularly when you go your attention to Google Discover for your daily dose of stories and news.

How to Fix Google App Crashing Issue on Android

To get rid of this issue You can try these solutions to get the Google app to work properly.

Solution 1. Clear Google app cache and data

  1. Go to Settings > Apps > Google. Google is also available in the list of apps. Google on the top of the recently launched apps.
  2. Open Google and tap ‘Force Stop’.
  3. Tap on Storage > Clear Storage.
  4. Then, tap on the “Clear All Data” button and then select Ok for confirmation.

That’s it. Open the app, and it should function properly.

Fix 2: Uninstall Google app updates via Play Store

  1. Go to the Play Store.
  2. Google search for the app and then open its website.
  3. Select the Uninstall option and then click Ok to delete all updates to the app.
  4. Open the Google application and it will be working without problem.

In our instance, deinstalling updates to the app caused it to change from the latest version

NOTE: Google app is an application that runs as a system for Android which means it’s impossible to remove it and then reinstall it.

Deleting automatic updates for Google application (Recommended)

It is also recommended to stop automatic updates until Google solves the problem. This will ensure that the app isn’t updated automatically to the most recent version.

To do this, go to the Google app via Google Play and tap three vertical dots on the top of the page. Untick the checkbox that says “Enable auto-update”.

TIP: Make use of Google Go, a lighter and quicker alternative

If you’re still having issues, you can use Google Go. Google Go app for the moment. With just 7MB of size, Google Go offers an easier and faster method of searching. It is compatible with devices with slow connections or phones that have limited space. The Go version of the Google app is pre-installed on Android Go devices and is specifically designed to use up to 40% less data.

Bert Hoxton

Bert Hoxton