My newly acquired Galaxy S6 has suddenly started giving me a DiagMonAgent has stopped message. Doesn't matter how I dismiss the message.. Shut down DiagMonAgent or just tap the screen to make it disappear... the message comes back anyway again and again.
I've had the phone about four months but the message just started a week or so ago. I haven't installed any apps in over a month.
Any thoughts would be appreciated.
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A member at the Canadian Samsung forums recommended Package Disabler Pro+ from the Play Store. I installed it and disabled the troublesome system app. Worked perfectly.
What are you doing with your device when you notice these messages popping up?
Nothing in particular. I just pick it up and wake it to see if I've missed any messages or intend to use it to make a call/text. 7 times out of ten the message appears almost immediately upon wakening.
Is there any way to permanently disable DiagMonAgent ? From what I've been able to google it doesn't seem to be partcularly necessary for my phone to function.
Have you tried wiping the cache partition on your device?