You might face problems with Android phone after using it for a year or more. They are frozen and slow user interface, connectivity issues, overheating, Google Play Store problems, apps crash, apps won’t download, insufficient space, battery drains fast, won’t power on, or have problems connecting to Internet. Here is a list of most common Android mobile phone problems and how to fix them.

#1 Insufficient Storage Available :

Many Android user received an error message “You have insufficient storage available” because the storage fill up quickly as you download apps, media files for offline use. To free up space on Android phone, you should clear the cache and data on apps settings. For more information, visit how to fix error insufficient storage available in Android phone.

#2 Not Registered on a Network :

You’re trying to make a call and got this error on the pop up screen “Not Registered on a Network”. The error occurs, when service provider is not notified of your IMEI number, software not up to date. To fix this problem read this article, how to fix “Not Registered on Network” in Android phone.

#3 Reduce Internet Data Usage :

If you’ve no idea how to use less mobile data, these simple tips should save 50 percent mobile data usage on Android phone. Read this article, how to reduce Internet data usage on Android phone. 

#4 Frozen or Slow User Interface :

After using the Android phone for a year, apps takes longer to open and run, the device working slow and little frustrating to use. There are various ways to speed up that Android performance and a few things you can do to make it feel faster. Here are 10 tricks to speed up your Android device.

#5 Google Play Store Not Working :

Sometimes Google Play Store become unresponsive or freeze, can’t open , when you’re trying to download a new app or update an existing app in Android. There’s no specific solution or manual to fix “Google Play Store not working”, but these tricks will help you to fix this problem.

#6 Why Is My Phone Overheating So Quickly :

Smartphones get heated due to software – hardware imbalance which causes the processor to keep running at higher clock speed and hence generate more heat than the smartphone can dissipate. If you’re facing heating issues with your Android phone while talking, charging, playing games or browsing Internet on 3G or 4G LTE networks, here are 9 Ways To Solve Heating Problem. 

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Michal Flip is a Tech Lover and founder of Digital Adda, a popular how-to tech guides and software tutorials. Sign-up for the email newsletter for your daily dose of tech tips & tutorials.

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