All you have to do is free up your internal memory.
The most obvious reason for this issue is when your device experiences a system glitch or got some corrupt files after a software update or due to other apps. After clearing the cache and data the issue remained, then you can proceed and clear the system cache partition. I’ve got a Samsung S7 Edge phone and I’m having trouble opening the ‘Medicare express app’ on it.
In this post, you will know how to fix it or avoid it from coming back, the recommended troubleshooting steps here are all basic and they’re the same procedures that techs follow. It is similar in clearing the cache and data of individual app but this time you will be wiping the system’s. I’ve uninstalled and re-installed with no luck can you give me any other tips.
We will avoid the possibilities of bricking your device in the process, if the issue still remains after we then we recommend you bring it to the nearest local service center. The only thing that has changed since I last used on 24/1/17 is I have changed mobile provider from Optus to Telstra.
In its settings, I have it set to update once an hour along with automatic location tracking.
Neither of these things work anymore since about a month ago (possibly the 2.3.4 update? I have background data enabled, sync enabled, and I don't have any battery saver style programs.There are plenty of fantastic apps available and ready for download like games, weather apps, health related apps, email apps, etc.. Since this issue occurs right after the update, then we are confident that some files are corrupted during the process.