XiaomiDevices – Through its MIUI system interface, Xiaomi tries to equip various kinds of mobile phones with a number of equipment that can help users in their activities.
However, some of the features and support in the system interface are unfortunately not free from a number of problems which can actually be annoying when used.
A service called Analytics is one of them. In some cases that I often encounter, this Xiaomi default application sometimes stops suddenly and breaks the solemnity of the users.
Based on the information that appears on the screen, this problem is generally considered a bug that users need to report to the Xiaomi development team for immediate fix.
It’s just that in reality, problems that are considered bugs in the Analytics service still often appear on the cellphones of a number of users even though they have been reported repeatedly.
Therefore, users of course have to find their own solutions to be able to overcome this problem. In general, here are some ways you can try to solve it.
How to Troubleshoot Analytics that Has Stopped on Xiaomi
- open Settings
- Enter menu About Phone
- Click MIUI Version or System Update
- Tap the button check for updates
- Install the latest system if available
Apart from introducing new features, support, interface, and versions of Android, system updates usually also bring fixes for a number of bugs that appeared in older versions.
Xiaomi users can certainly try it to solve bugs that appear on their cellphones, including for the cause of errors in the Analytics service.
If the problem still appears on the most recent systems, then the user can try to clean the junk files which to my knowledge can also be the source of the problem when it builds up.
Clean Junk Files
- Go to page Settings
- Click menu About Phone
- Touch section Storage
- Search and select options Free Up Space
- Wait for cleaner to analyze storage
- Click button clean up
By deleting junk files, users can get more storage space. In addition, some unused data will also be deleted so that it will not interfere anymore.
Reverting Analytics to Early Version
- Visit page Settings
- Go to section Application if needed
- Open menu Manage apps
- Click More menu (three dots icon) in the upper right corner
- Choose an option Show all apps
- Tap app Analytics
- Touch button Uninstall updates
Reverting Analytics to the initial version can also be the next solution if it doesn’t work to solve the problem the application has stopped because usually bugs also appear in newer version updates.
This option can also be followed by disabling the Analytics application so that the service does not work in line with the problem which can be done directly on the same page.
- Page access Settings
- Enter menu Application if needed
- Open options Manage Apps
- Tap More menu
- Click option Show all apps
- Open the app Analytics
- Click button Disable
In addition to taking some of the methods above to fix Analytics that has stopped, users can also try to fix the internet network that is currently in use.
Improve Internet Connectivity
- Drag the status bar down to bring up the control center or quick settings panel
- Click button Airplane Mode (Airplane icon) to disable network
- Click the button again to activate it
Analytics is a service that will record and send data from every user activity to Xiaomi servers for further MIUI product development.
But predictably, the application also requires a stable internet connection to work. So when there is an interruption, problems can arise in the service and make it stop suddenly.
Disabling then activating airplane mode can be one attempt to overcome this. However, if this method doesn’t work, users can try cards from other operators that have a more stable connection.
- open Settings xiaomi phone
- Search and select Additional Settings
- Select menu Backup & Reset
- Click option Factory Reset
- Touch options Reset Phone
Restoring the device to factory settings can be the final solution that can be taken if the Analytics app still crashes frequently. But keep in mind, previous data and settings will also be lost.
If the Analytics problem persists, users will then need to take the device to a Xiaomi repair center and let a more skilled person solve it.