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7 Solutions - Unfortunately, The Process com.android.phone Has Stopped


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I keep on getting this "Unfortunately, the process com.android.phone has stopped" error message on Galaxy S7. Now, what should I do? How to fix this problem?
Solution 1. Reboot Phone
Searching on Google, we will find many users are complaining that they receive an error "Unfortunately, the process com.android.phone has stopped" when making calls, sending text messages or opening an app.
Solution 2. Clear App Data and Cache
Many Android users solved the "Unfortunately, the process com.android.phone has stopped" error on xiaomi or other Android phones once they cleared the cache and data for the phone app, according to a survey.
Solution 3. Clear Cache and Data of the SIM Toolkit

Click on Settings to access apps.
Select Apps.
Click on Sim Toolkit.
Click on CLEAR DATA as well as CLEAR CACHE.
Finally, reboot Android smartphone and then check whether the "Unfortunately, the process com.android.phone has stopped" error has been resolved.
Solution 4. Stop Automatic Updates
According to a survey, stopping the automatic date option can help to fix – unfortunately, the process com.android.phone has stopped error on Galaxy S7.

From the home screen, tap Play Store.
Tap the Menu icon.
Click on Settings.
Tap Auto-update apps.
Choose Do not auto-update apps option.
Solution 5. Use AROMA File Manager
Some Android users solved the "Unfortunately, the process com.android.phone has stopped" error message on xiaomi by using the custom recovery.
Download and install the latest AROMA file manager, which can be found on the XDA website. With this manager, you can delete the cache or temporary folder of "Phone" as well as the SIM toolkit app. Give it a try.

Solution 6. Wipe the Cache Partition
Some Galaxy S7 users will need to wipe the cache partition to fix the "Unfortunately, the process com.android.phone has stopped" error on Galaxy S7.

Galaxy S7 creates small temporary files it can use so that services and apps can run smoothly–these are called caches. Sometimes, when caches get corrupted and the system continues to use them, issues like "Unfortunately, the process com.android.phone has stopped" may occur. Here, you need to wipe the entire directory where they're saved since you cannot delete caches one by one to fix this issue.
Solution 7. A Factory Reset
If you still get the "Unfortunately, the process com.android.phone has stopped" error after trying all above solutions we have listed, you will need to do a factory reset on your Android smartphone.

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