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Thursday, December 19, 2019

Users are unable to open their phone, bug in this app of Google

Users are unable to open their phone, bug in this app of Google


Users say that Google's keyboard app Gboard is crashing due to the bug. Some users say that their smartphone is locked because they are unable to type a password or PIN to open it. This bug has affected Android users around the world.

Bug in app after update release


If you are an Android smartphone user and you are having problems using the phone then you are not alone. A large number of Android users are worried and the cause of this problem is a bug (virus) in a Google app. A bug has occurred in Google's keyboard app Gboard. According to 9to5Google's report, various Android smartphone users including Google and Motorola have complained about this on Google's support forums, Reddit and Twitter. Users say that after the update released on December 17, this problem is coming in their smartphone.

Users can not enter password or PIN to open


Users say that Google's keyboard app Gboard is crashing due to the bug. Some users say that their smartphone is locked because they are unable to type a password or PIN to open it. This bug has affected Android users around the world. Motorola UK has confirmed the problem in the Gboard app. The company said in a tweet, 'This issue has occurred due to an update in Gboard. If a user is unable to access his smartphone due to lack of Gboard, then the screen lock can be bypassed through external reset.

This is how you can fix an app crash issue


The crash issue of Google's keyboard app Gboard can be fixed through resetting of data and cache. To do this, users have to open the settings of their phones. After the settings, he has to go to Apps. After the apps, you have to go to Gboard and clear data and cache. This is Google's second app in the last few days, which has caused problems for Android smartphone users. Google recently launched a rollout of Chrome 79 for Android users, but the rollout had to be halted after several issues surfaced.

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