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Messages app crashing

(Topic created: 05-28-2024 06:22 PM)
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Papyrus16
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My Samsung Messages app keeps closing. I've restarted my phone multiple times. I've gone to Settings > App Settings > Messages > Storage and hit Clear cache and Clear data. When I do this, the space used for cache and data go down to 0, but then immediately go back up to the original storage amounts when I reopen Messages.

I found a previous conversation about Messages crashing in Dec 2023 and tried following the instructions but when I held down the power button and volume up with the phone turned off, the phone restarted as normal, even though I held them down until after the Samsung logo disappeared.

If I can't fix it, can I install a different app for

My Google storage is 94% full. Could that be connected?

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user2U6gXx6RYW
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Open your settings go down to apps scroll down to meet open it at the bottom will be the disable button press it to disable the app
BSZ
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Thank you so very much. I really appreciate it.
user1E2vszeHqu
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What does google.meet have to do with Samsung messages
tristenp
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I don't think anything, but it made my stuff work again
RF7
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Thank you thank you thank you! Yours is the only post that told me actually how to do this. I have only had this phone for a week and was pretty upset at not knowing how to re able texting.

mowen
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Settings> apps> meet> disable button at bottom

Members_vCirSIY
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settings>Apps>search 'MEET' select disable (should be at the bottom of the screen in the middle of the screen)

bikerchic17
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I forced stop mine 

SuzBelle
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Settings > Apps > search ‘Meet’ > More options(⁝) > tap ‘Uninstall updates’

 

Orlando_L
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Go to Settings - Apps. Select Google Meet (or search for keyword 'meet'.

You'll find a button to deactivate the app.

That's it!