How to Fix android.process.media keeps stopping error

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Android is a complex operating system with vast and extensive features. Every year Android launches a brand new Android version and there is no doubt that Android is growing extremely fast. With every new feature, there comes a long list of bugs and issues which needs continuous attention as well and if you look for a solution on the internet there are chances that you will be greeted with some other problems. So, today we are sharing with our readers that exact method on how to fix android.process.media keeps stopping error.

fix android.process.media error on Android

Mostly this issue emerged for those who are using custom ROMs but sometimes it does occur for some stock Android users too. Sometimes, it occurs when moving from one custom ROM to another or happens after a failed firmware upgrade. So without further ado, here are the solutions of android.process.media.

How to fix process.android.media error on Android:

 

Clear Cache and Data for Google Services Framework:

  1. First go to settings > App and look for Google Service Framework and tap on it.
  2. Tap on Storage and then manage space.
  3. Now scroll down and find Google Play. Tap on it and clear all data.
  4. Now go back to Settings > Apps and select Google Services Framework and tap on ‘Force Stop’ and then ‘Clear Cache’ again.
  5. Now reboot your device.
  6. When the device turns back on, you will see everything is working fine and there is no error anymore.

That’s it.  If the error persists do let us know in the comments section.

 

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  1. This error is making want to go get an iphone. This seems to be a software fault. Why is there no fix from the android people? I shouldn’t have to deal with this. Their software is broken. They need to fix it. This error significantly impedes the functionality of my phone.

    My question is, if I follow this method, what will I delete from my phone? I tried to self fix this using another web post and only managed to delete all of my camera shots and some other download pictures and not get rid of the error message. I have a Galaxy S5. Fortunately, most of them were saved in Google photos.

    I took it into a repair shop and they did a factory reset and the error is back. Google’s model is ‘Don’t be evil.’ I may need to choose evil and work over incompetent and broken.

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