How to Fix Android is Starting Optimizing App 2018

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How to Fix Android is Starting Optimizing App 2018

I am using Samsung. For a month or so when I restart my mobile I am getting the messages saying ‘android starting optimizing app. I face this problem any many people also facing this issue with there android phones.

So Where This Problem is Started?

Android users did not have this problem, but once version 5.0 Lollipop started rolling out, a lot of them started seeing the Android optimizing apps message after a reboot. Specifically, what they got was “Android is starting. Optimizing app 1 of x,” with x being the total number of apps they installed.

Of course, this shouldn’t have been a problem if it happened once, but some users claim that they’re getting this every they restart the phone. Even more, some of them said that their phones were getting stuck while doing this. And it also happened to yours truly, so it was obvious that I had to find out why is Android optimizing apps every boot and how to stop this.

How to stop optimizing apps in Android

Method #1: Try to Uninstall Some Apps Also Recent Installed Apps on Android.

Firstly you can try to recall if this problem happened after installing an app and if so, remove it. You can always reinstall an app from Google Play Store. (This is hit or miss but worth troubleshooting.)

Method #2: Take Out SD Card From The Device To Resolve This.

Removing SD card out of the phone comes handy when some of the apps are installed on your SD card. In such case, this is one of the simple, quick and easy way to fix Android is starting error message. This is the recommended solution in this scenario because it helps to push up the apps optimization process to loop and allows the phone to complete the entire process.

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Method #3: Reset Network Settings on Android.

This will reset all the setting related to Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and mobile data. Make sure have a note of all this information.

  1. On your Android device, open the Settings app.
  2. Find and tap on the Backup & reset option.
  3. Hit Network settings reset.
  4. Tap Reset settings and confirm.

Method #4: Fix By Wiping Cache Partition.

This solution has worked for many users and I hope this will work for you as well. Wipe cache partition and get rid of phone stuck in Android is starting problem.

  1. Make sure that phone is Turned OFF and it is not connected ta a charger or anything else.
  2. Now press and hold Volume Up or Down + Power button for at least 3-5 seconds to enter into boot mode. (Search in google how to boot your device name into recover)
  3. From the “Boot Menu” screen, select Recovery option.
  4. Once you boot into recovery mode Select “Wipe Cache Partition”.
  5. Finally, select ‘Reboot system now’ and press Power button to select it.
  6. That’s it, this will take some time to reboot device.

Method #5: Use Wipe Data/Factory Reset.

If above-mentioned solutions failed in your case, then you can “wipe data/factory reset” your device by entering into Recovery Mode, similarly as you have performed wipe cache partition in the above solution.

Note: Take Backup of Your All Data Before Doing This.

  1. Make sure that phone is Turned OFF and it is not connected ta a charger or anything else.
  2. Now press and hold Volume Up or Down + Power button for at least 3-5 seconds to enter into boot mode. (Search in google how to boot your device name into recover)
  3. From the “Boot Menu” screen, select Recovery option.
  4. Once you boot into recovery mode Select “Wipe Data/Factory Reset”.
  5. Once it done select ‘Reboot system now’ and press Power button to select it.
  6. After this your phone will reboot. It may take several minutes of time. Once your device reboot, you can see the set-up screen.
  7. All Done 🙂

Conclusion:

It’s quite simple to fix the problem of Android is starting optimizing apps. If you follow the tips we offered above this will really help you alot.  If this work for you write comment below and tell us which method is worked for you it’s also help to other users. If it still exists then you can go to service center to check if there are some hardware issues on your Android phone.

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