Android 13 is fairly new to the market, and Pixel users have long felt it in the Developer Preview and Public Beta versions. However, some users seem to be experiencing many bugs, lags, and crashes on their devices with software and games. Although Android 13 offers many features and enhancements, users will not be able to use the new Android 13 even if a random tool gets stuck.
In most cases, game and software malfunctions are caused by a system error and can be fixed by simply restarting the device. Although this app may not be compatible with Android 13, your device may need a new update. If you’re having problems with games or apps crashing on Android 13, the following troubleshooting methods can help.
HOW TO FIX GAMES & APPS NOT WORKING ON ANDROID 13
Android 13 is fairly new and can only be used on Pixel and a few other devices. With that in mind, a handful of apps may not be ready to run on the new Android 13 system. However, most applications will be compatible once the developers release new updates.
Here are some troubleshooting tips to help fix games or apps that aren’t working on Android 13.
01. RESTART YOUR SMARTPHONE
This is the number one solution you should try to fix any issues with the app. Each time you restart your smartphone, you are clearing the temporary RAM and cache files associated with the application. So we hope that restarting will solve all the problems.
02. UPDATE APPLICATIONS
Every time a new version of Android is released, developers from all over the world work hard to adapt their software to the new version. To do this, some developers may push important software updates. Therefore, you need to update the application to the latest version.
Open Google PlayStore and go to my app section. Update all programs that are experiencing damage issues one by one.
03. REMOVE BATTERY RESTRICTIONS
Android 13 optimizes battery life and such apps may cause some apps to crash suddenly. Therefore, disabling such battery limitations will help solve the problem.
Open the “Settings” app and go to “All Apps”.
This will allow you to find software that has a problem with damage and use it without any battery limitations.
[Note: Android 13 now has an adaptive battery-saving mode. This mode severely limits the performance of applications and games. Therefore, we recommend that you disable any software if it crashes.]
04. RESET THE APP SETTINGS
Android 13 comes with the ability to configure app settings for you individually. However, sometimes these options can adversely affect program performance. So if you have problems with many programs crashing or not working, you need to reset these settings.
Open the Settings application and go to the System menu.
From here, go to the “Reset options” section and click on “Reset App Preferences”.
05. REINSTALL APPLICATION
If none of the above methods work for you, you can try reinstalling the program. Reinstalling the application will fix any internal file issues that may occur in the application. But make sure you download the app from an official source, such as the Google Play Store.
06. RE-ENABLE ANDROID WEBVIEW
Android 13 runs on the System WebView Framework, which helps apps display web content on your smartphone. Many apps use Android System Webview, so it’s important to have this feature enabled. Otherwise, all applications and games that use this service will automatically crash.
Open the settings menu on the smartphone and go to “App”>>”All app”.
Find Android web browsing here. Press the Force Stop button.
Now by disabling it and reactivating it, its background processes will be updated and start from scratch with a new example. Here’s how to do it.
07. DOWNGRADE APPLICATION
This is a temporary solution, but updating the new software you download may have some issues. Therefore, reverting the app to the previous version will help you to use the application without any problems.
However, you can never undo the app version from the Play Store. To reduce the version of the application, you need to download the APK file from other websites and install it on your device.
First, uninstall the app from your smartphone. Now go to apkpure.com.
Find the program you want to download the older version here.
Now scroll down and select the old version number. This will reduce the app for you and work on your latest Android 13 smartphone.
[Note: Please note that APK DL is a reliable source for downloading APK files free of any viruses and malware. However, we recommend that users scan their downloaded files with an antivirus program before installing them on their smartphones.]
RESET ANDROID 13
If all of your apps crash or don’t work, it’s a good time to reset your smartphone. Resetting your smartphone will fix any system issues that may cause this application to crash. We recommend that you back up your data completely before starting the reset process.
Open the Settings app and go to System >> Reset Options.
Click here to confirm by clicking “Delete all data” (factory reset).
This will take 5-10 minutes, so wait until the process is complete.
Here are some ways to work when games and apps crash or not work on Android 13. We hope the above methods help you solve this problem. If nothing helps, we recommend that you send an error report to the application developers so that they can fix the problem on the next application update.