How to Stop Android Phone Optimizing Apps Every Boot

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Try these steps if your phone:

Stop working
Stop responding
Stalled with active screen

After each step, restart your phone to see if it resolves the issue.
Note: Some of these steps work only on Android 8.0 and later. Learn how to check your Android version.
Restart your phone

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If your device stops working with the screen on, hold the power button for approximately 30 seconds to restart.
Troubleshoot phone problems
Check for Android updates

Important: Settings may vary by phone. For more info, contact your device manufacturer.

On your phone, open the Settings app.
Near the bottom, tap system then advanced and then system updates. If necessary, tap about phone or about tablet first.
You will see the status update. Follow the onscreen steps.

Check Storage & free up space

Important: Settings may vary by phone. For more info, contact your device manufacturer.

On your phone, open the Settings app.
Tap Storage.
See how much storage is available. Your phone can start having problems if the remaining storage space is less than 10%. If the storage space is running low, learn how to free up storage space.

Troubleshoot apps on your phone
Check for app updates

On your phone, open the Google Play Store app.
Tap Menu Menu and then & my game app.
Apps with available updates will be labeled “Update “.
If an update is available, tap Update.
If multiple updates are available, tap Update all.

Close unused Apps
Important: Settings may vary by phone. For more info, contact your device manufacturer.

On your phone, open the Settings app.
Tap Apps & Notifications then apps. If necessary, tap app Info in front of the app.
Tap force stop then OK.

Tip: To help identify which apps are causing the problem, note which apps you’re forced to stop.
See if the app is causing the problem
Step 1: Restart in safe mode

Important: Safe Mode disables all downloaded apps temporarily.

Press and hold the power button on your phone.
On the screen, touch and hold power off. If necessary, tap OK.
You’ll see a “safe Mode” at the bottom of the screen.
Wait to see if the problem is gone. If yes, there may be an application causing the problem. Go to step 2 below. If the issue doesn’t disappear, go to advanced troubleshooting.

Step 2: Restart your phone as usual & check the app

Restart your phone.
One by one, delete recently downloaded apps. Learn how to remove apps
Every time you finish deleting the app, restart your phone as usual. See if deleting the app resolves the issue.
After you remove an app that’s causing the problem, you can re-add other apps that you’ve uninstalled. Learn how to reinstall the app.

Advanced troubleshooting
Consider resetting your phone to factory settings
IMPORTANT: Resetting to factory settings will erase all data from your phone. Any data stored in your Google account will be restored, but all apps and data associated with that app will be uninstalled. Before resetting to factory settings, we recommend backing up your phone’s data.

Learn how to back up and restore data.
Learn how to reset your factory settings.

Tip: If your downloaded app is causing the problem, and you reinstall the app, the issue can reappear.
Contact the device manufacturer
If you’re still having trouble, go to the carrier or manufacturer support site.