Android users have been complaining about a sudden app crash. Application crashes have occurred on different devices and applications as well. Google later confirmed the problem with the Android System Webview. Now, the tech giant is releasing an endless fix of the problem.
Google is releasing a new update with the Google Play Store to fix the bug in the Android System Webview, according to a 9to5Google report. While in the past many users were forced to downgrade to an older version of the tool manually to get a temporary fix. Android users can now fix the problem by simply updating the Google Chrome browser on their devices to make version 89.0.4389.105. This will stop the apps from ringing.
“We have resolved this issue with WebView which has caused some apps on Android to hit other users. Updating Android System WebView and Google Chrome with Google Play now has to resolve this issue,” a Google spokesman said.
The new update can reach Google Chrome users through the Google Play Store or users can download the latest version APK manually by other trusted third party websites. However, users are advised to wait for the update to appear through the Google Play Store for easy repair.
Most users who complain about this issue have been using Samsung smartphones, with the exception of a few other manufacturers such as the Motorola, OnePlus and even Pixel smartphones.
Users of Samsung phones such as GPS S20, S21, Galaxy Note 10, Galaxy Note 20 and other mid-range smartphones in the A50 and A70 series, are complaining about this.
A Google spokesman had previously told 9to5Google that “We know there is a problem with WebView which is causing some Android apps to be confused. We are currently working to ensure the size of the area and some ongoing repairs. ”