Normally we are used to our Samsung mobile device working without any problems, especially all those applications that we use the most on a daily basis. However, that does not mean that at some point we will have to face any type of unforeseen event due to a certain app that we have installed on our Galaxy smartphone.
Luckily, the mobile phones of the Korean company have various functionalities thanks to their customization layer. And, with the arrival of one of the latest versions of One UI, a tool has been included that will warn us if any third-party software that we have installed on our mobile device is causing some kind of problem. Therefore, it is time to see how the so-called history of application problems that Samsung mobiles hide works.
Is the history of app problems any use?
Many users believe that this functionality, which is found in all the firm’s mobile devices that has been updated to the One UI 3.0 version, should be better. However, today we will be faced with a software functionality that will allow us to see the different maintenance reports that have been carried out on the smartphone itself so that we can know if the performance is optimal, among other cases.
And it is that, surely it has happened to you on more than one occasion that a certain app has given you too many failures, either because it continually restarts or even because you have noticed that it consumes more battery than it should. For this reason, in this small section called Application problem history we will be able to discover from the number of restarts, to which apps are giving us problems.
In addition, thanks to this Galaxy tool, we will not only be able to check if there has been some kind of failure in a specific app, but it will also be recorded so that we can review it over time. In this way, we can always be aware of which third-party software is faulty and which is not.
And best of all, you don’t need to install anything, since it is one of those functions that comes by default. So, it will only be necessary to update our Samsung mobile to version One UI 3.0. In addition, by knowing the history, we will have the possibility to make the decision that best suits the performance of the smartphone, such as uninstalling that problematic application forever or looking for some type of alternative.
How to view app failures on your Samsung
Another of the strengths of this tool that the Galaxy have integrated is that it is housed in the section called Device maintenance. In this same section, we can see all the battery, storage or RAM data that we have on the phone. For this reason, this section must always be taken into account, since different quick configurations are also included to fix other types of problems such as lack of RAM or internal space.
Therefore, in order to find the history or record of each and every one of the problems that have occurred in the applications of our smartphone, the first thing we must do is access the terminal settings. Then, we will have to enter the Maintenance and battery section > click on the three-dot icon in the upper right part. After this, a small menu will be displayed in which we will have to select Application problem history.
After this, we will get into the menu of this tool itself where we can see the specific history of each software that has given some kind of error at some point. To go to one by one, we will only have the option of clicking on the name of each one to see the individual report.
Within this, we will be able to see both the failure that the smartphone has detected and the date on which the error occurred. The most common faults that we will find will be the fact that the app has stopped responding or a warning that indicates that the battery consumption of this third-party software is too high.
In addition, with this function we will be able to see and make an easy follow-up, since by putting the exact date of when the error happened, we will be able to make sure if it happens frequently or was only a punctual error on that day. In this way, we are facing one of those practical tools that will let us see if there are apps that have caused an incident or those that have too many setbacks.
How to remove the error on your Galaxy?
By having this history of failures of the apps that we have installed on our smartphone, the truth is that it will always be aware of whether we have some type of error or also in the event that an app may have potential malicious software. For this reason, there are many users who want to correct the setback so that the incident that the registry shows them disappears.
However, the messages that announce some type of incident, which appear in this small section of the maintenance of the device, cannot be eliminated. In order to do so, the only possible solution will be to delete the third-party software that appears in the history. However, reinstalling it will be of no use, as the same error will reappear.
This is because they are failure history notifications. So, they cannot be eliminated directly. This is basically because they are only informing us if there has been some kind of error in our mobile phone.
Specifically, the notice that appears will only be informative. In case it is a true and serious incident, you will notify us directly in the Maintenance section of the device. In addition, it will do it with yellow or red colors to capture our attention. In addition, if too many errors have been added to your smartphone that did not happen regularly, you will have to try to update these apps and try to erase data or reinstall them to see if this fault is solved. Another viable option will also be to click on the Optimize option in the maintenance section.