Solve Launcher Force Close Issue after Installing Poco Launcher
As many of you already know up to now, Xiaomi has a new smartphone brand in India known as Poco and its first smartphone is none other than the Poco F1. This is pretty much the only Snapdragon 845 powered smartphone priced at no moee than INR 20,999 and the Poco Launcher has made quite an impression thanks to its hidden app icons functionality and support for third party icon packs.
Yes, I know that users of Xiaomi phones can download it from the Play Store link, but keep in mind that the app is currently in an “Unreleased” state. The Play Store listing currently shows that “the early access program” is full for those owning a Xiaomi Mi A2 handset and I bet that this was a reason of excitement for many of you, but you should think twice before actually rushing into grabbing it.
Well, I am saying that since it caused system launcher force close issues on many devices. The reason (according to Xiaomi, of course) is that the version of the unofficial launcher (10.3.2.6(10030206)) is instable at this point, and it will automatically replace the System launcher after installing.
Therefore, as long as the Poco launcher replaces the system launcher, you must uninstall the launcher update to fix the force close issue on your phone. However, if you have installed unofficial Poco Launcher and face launcher Force Close problems, then you can choose to follow the below steps to fix it.
Here’s the detailed procedure:
Solve Launcher Force Close Issue after Installing Poco Launcher:
- First of all, you have to enter into your device’s Settings;
- Then, tap on Install apps;
- Tap on Show all apps;
- Up next, it’s time to hit System launcher;
- Now, tap Uninstall updates in order to uninstall the Poco Launcher.
Have you completed the procedure? Anyway, if only curiosity drove you here and your main intention is to use this Launcher despite of these potential issues, download it from Play Store right away: POCO Launcher is waiting for you as we are speaking.