This sounds like a message you would get on your computer screen. What it is telling you, is that one of your applications (programs) has had an error (something happened unexpectedly, or there was bad data, or something like that), and that that error was internal, or inside that particular program.
What is the meaning of Application Error?
Application Error means an error in an Application Program that causes it to fail and terminate abnormally.
Why are my apps not responding Android?
The easiest way to fix an app that keeps crashing on your Android smartphone is to simply force stop it and open it again. To do this, go to Settings -> Apps and select the app that keeps crashing. Tap on the app’s name and then tap on ‘Force stop’. Now try opening the app again and see if it works well.
What is an application error on server?
The “Server error in ‘/’ application” can occur when a file extension does not have permission to run on the server.
What does an application error mean when making a phone call?
An ‘application error’ means that the code Twilio is trying to fetch at the URL specified on your servers is either unavailable or has errors in it. You can check the URL for a given phone number via your console or within your application’s instructions for handling a call.
Can you clear app cache on Android?
Open device Settings, and select Apps. Find the app you want to clear app data for, tap it, and select Storage. Tap Clear cache to delete all cached data for the selected app. Repeat the process for other apps to continue clearing hidden app cache.
What causes applications to stop?
Several factors cause an application to keep stopping or crashing in Android. The problem could be corrupt cache files, poor memory management, low storage space, software bugs, device incompatibility, etc.
How do I clear my RAM on my phone?
Go to Settings > Memory > Memory Used Apps on your Android device. Tap on the three-dot icon, then choose “Sort by max apps” to see what apps are taking up most of your RAM. Tap “Force Stop” to clear the app that is taking much of your RAM.