As you begin to unlock your Google Nexus 5 or shuffle through your photos in the gallery, or install latest Google updates, you may experience unexpected glitches, which you may like to term as problems. Provided that you are unable to get past the problem you are facing on your Google Nexus 5, which is fairly a new Android device from Google, you are likely to be irritated due to being unable to access your contacts, Facebook, Instagram and other social network updates, emails, movies, videos, and other miscellaneous things important to you. Do not be irritated we got you some fixes here to help fix the problems on your Google Nexus 5 and use it brilliantly.
***The fixes given under here for each problem can be interchangeably used for other problems also.
Step 1: Unfortunately, Camera has stopped!
You have nothing to do but to click “OK” when this error surfaces. Do not worry if your Nexus’ camera stops working abruptly or fails to recognize your face using “Face Unlock” feature.
1. Reboot your Google device by pressing and holding down the “Power” button on it until you see the prompt. When the device has shut down, press/hold down the Power button again to turn it on. Now camera should work fine.
2. If the problem remains, empty the application cache by tapping “All Apps”, selecting “Settings”, “Apps”. Tap “All”, select an application, and then tap “Clear Cache”. When prompted, confirm the action and clear the cache. You can clear cache for other applications also if it has not been cleared for a long time. When the cache is cleared, exit all screens and launch your camera to make sure that it is works.
Step 2: System Update Error
Google keeps rolling out the latest fixes, patches, and performance enhancers for its products from time to time. So your Nexus 5 device gets them too whenever they are available. However, an error may occur when you try to install an available update, causing trouble for your device.
1. To fix this error, reboot your phone by pressing and holding down the “Power” button. When it is shut down, restart it using the same method. Post-restart, try to install the updates again and they should go through.
2. If the error returns, factory reset the device. Back up your essential data to another device or SD card and then tap “All Apps”, “Settings”, “Personal Data”, “Backup & Reset”, and “Factory data reset”. You can first back up your data by tapping the “Back up my data” option before you choose to reset everything to defaults. Follow the onscreen prompts and perform the reset. When done, restore your data and install the available Google updates. They should now run smoothly.
Step 3: No connection, couldn’t connect to server!
This error commonly occurs while using camera on your Google Nexus 5 (discussed in 1st Step also) for any purpose.
A free Google App namely “Goggles” has found to be culprit for this problem. Uninstall this app if not really needed by you and your camera shall start working fine.
There are chances that you may face the same or other miscellaneous problems despite having tried all the methods. Provided that you are unable to access your phone or a particular app, call us at +1-877-907-4935, toll free, and talk to a Google Nexus expert to resolve them.