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How to Fix Google Chrome “AW, Snap” Error on Android

Last Updated on August 10, 2020 by Bestusefultips

Annoying from Chrome AW, Snap crash error on your Android phone? It’s quite easy to fix Google Chrome “AW, Snap” error on Android devices. When you search any webpage on your device and Google Chrome is loading more or not opening any page and see “Aw, Snap” error or other error code on your Chrome 78. The webpage took too long time to connect because of a slow internet connection. First of all, you can try reloading the page to fix the error on your android phone or PC. Sometimes one of the sites does not open because of crashing but other sites open normally on your browser. It means the site might be generating the problem.

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5 Ways to Fix Chrome “AW, Snap” Error Crash on Android Phone

There are various ways to solve these Chrome page loading errors including check internet connection, clear all caches & cookies restart your device, and more.

Check Internet Connection

Internet Connection problem on Chrome Browser

First of all check, your device is connected with Wi-Fi or mobile data network.

Disable Extension

Step 1: Open the Chrome browser in your device.

Step 2: Tap Three horizontal lines (Menu) at the top right corner.

Step 3: Select Tools.

Step 4: Tap on Extensions.

Step 5: Disable the extension.

Restart your browser and check to fix the issue.

Clear All Cache & Cookies

fix Chrome “AW, Snap” error crash on android

Sometimes on your Chrome browser not load perfectly or slowly loading webpage because of slow internet. Not open any webpage and see a message to clear cache & cookies from your browser.

Update Chrome Browser/Uninstall it & again reinstall

If the above two methods did not work perfectly then update your Chrome app, if the latest update version already installed then remove the Chrome app and install again in the Android device.

Restart your Android Phone or PC

This is a simple and basic solution to most of Google Chrome error or other error code. Just restart your Android device or PC and loading the webpage again. It might be work.

There are also other infrequent problems to generate this “AW, Snap” error crash or Chrome page loading error including malware or software problem and unnecessary extensions & apps.

I hope one of the above-given methods to fix Chrome “AW, Snap” error crash on Android is helpful to solve Chrome page crashes and loading errors. Let me know which of the method works to solve your problem, please comment below box. Don’t forget to share this article with your friends.

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