Google Pixel is one of the market leaders when it comes to providing a quality smartphone with amazing camera features and software upgrades. Smartphones under the brand offer fast Android updates compared to other brands of Android smartphones. However, many Google Pixel 4a 5G users have recently reported issues with the SIM Manager application. If you’ve been wondering about Google Pixel 4a SIM Manager still stops the error, don’t worry, here’s everything you need to know about it.
What is the SIM Manager app on Google Pixel smartphones?
The SIM Manager app on your Google Pixel smartphone allows users to download and manage operator profiles through the user interface, instead of dealing with portable SIM cards. This helps in choosing internet services like 5G, 4G and others. It also allows you to efficiently manage calls and messages if you have two SIM cards on your smartphone.
How to fix Google Pixel 4a 5G SIM Manager still stops the problem?
According to the Google Support page, users who have problems such as Android app crashes need to take the following steps below –
- First and foremost, users who have such problems need to update their system to the latest version of Android (currently Android 11)
- Second, users must be careful to upgrade the system security patch as soon as they receive it.
- After each update, make sure to restart the system for better performance.
There is another tried and tested way you can try to fix the problem that SIM Manager stops the problem –
- Open the “Settings” application.
- Now scroll down to find the “Storage and Applications” section
- Then open “Applications” and look for “SIM Card Manager” in the search bar.
- Once you find it, just clear all the data, cache and uninstall all the updates.
- Try the app and the problem would be solved.
Also, according to many users, the latest Android update does not have the SIM manager app that is on the list of apps and the error message will no longer pop up. However, if you still have a problem, you should contact Google Android Support by mail (click here) or chat (click here). But most of your problems would be solved by updating your system to the latest version of Android.