XiaomiDevices – Even though Xiaomi smartphones or cellphones have interesting hardware specifications and features, sometimes problems occur with the system after being used by users for some time.
The system is one part that is often hit by problems on a smartphone or cellphone. Usually the problem is marked with a warning notification “System Launch Has Stopped”.
Of course, this is annoying, especially when the warning appears when you are replying to a chat, watching a video, playing a game, or doing other important activities.
So what if you experience it? The following is a way to solve the problem of system launch has stopped on Xiaomi cellphones.
Troubleshooting System Launch Has Stopped on Xiaomi Phones
1. Restart the Xiaomi cellphone
The first easiest way to do when the warning “System Launch Has Stopped” appears is to restart the Xiaomi smartphone. You can find the restart button when holding down the Power button for a few seconds.
After restarting, sometimes the system will immediately return to normal. But if it still doesn’t work, then you can do something else.
2. Clear System Launcher Cache
Cache is data that is temporarily stored in the memory of a Xiaomi smartphone or cellphone when you use your device’s application. Every app, including System Launcher or System Launcher has its own cache file and takes up storage space.
Usually the system becomes problematic or error due to cache that has accumulated. For that, you can clear cache from System Launcher or System Launcher in Settings menu. But I suggest that you regularly clean the cache so that the system on the Xiaomi cellphone remains stable.
3. Clear System Launcher Data
If clearing the cache still doesn’t work to get the Xiaomi cellphone back to normal and it still raises the “System Launch Has Stopped” warning, then you can delete the System Launcher or System Launcher data in the Settings menu.
4. Uninstall Third Party Launcher
While third-party launchers have interesting features, they can sometimes cause problems. Especially if you download and install it from a site other than the Google Play Store. We recommend that you remove the third-party Launcher, if it appears “System Launch Has Stopped” and replace it with the default Launcher.
5. MIUI updates
Sometimes various bugs appear when you are asked to update the latest MIUI, one of which appears a warning “System Launch Has Stopped”. For that, you should update or upgrade the latest MIUI that has appeared OTA (Over-The-Air) on your Xiaomi cellphone.
6. Remove Virus Or Malware
Sometimes a virus or malware lodged in a Xiaomi cellphone can cause System Launcher problems. To fix this, you can remove the virus or malware using an antivirus application (AVG, Avast, Kaspersky, and others) or a malware removal application (Malwarebytes Security).
7. Factory Reset
If the above methods do not solve the problem and the “System Launch Has Stopped” warning still appears, then doing a Factory Reset on the smartphone is the last resort. Usually this way will make the system recover as it was when the Xiaomi cellphone was first purchased.
But it should be noted, you must backup or back up important data first because Factory Reset will cause the data inside to be lost.