Like other Android apps, Market Agent Feedback could bug out in use and the error “Market Agent Feedback has stopped” is one of the consequences. For most of the time, all you have to do to dismiss the error is to restart the device. Depending on the situation, you also need to consider taking a look at RAM, checking for Android updates, updating apps, clearing the app cache, … Read to the end to learn what must be done.
Causes Of The Error
Usually, Market Agent Feedback maintains a low profile but if you run into the error “Market Agent Feedback has stopped”, you should take the following possibilities into account:
- Lack of RAM.
- Corrupted cache
A Few Fixes
- Step 1: Press and hold the Power button then hit Power Off to turn off your phone.
- Step 2: Once the screen turns black, wait for a minute then press and hold the Power button to turn the device back on. Remember to let go of the button as soon as your phone vibrates.
- Step 3: See how things turn out.
Take A Look At RAM
In case you don’t know, apps on Android only perform to their full potential if they receive enough resources including RAM. If the RAM reserve of your phone is too low, it’s only natural that apps would crash and Market Agent Feedback is not an exception. You keep coming across the error “Market Agent Feedback has stopped”? Then it’s suggested that you take a look at RAM.
If your phone is a Samsung model, you could see details about the amount of RAM in use and available by going to Settings > Device > Memory. On other Android devices, it’s necessary to first enable Developer Options (hit Build Number in About Phone of Settings seven times) before going to Running services in Developer Options to view the allocation of RAM.
If the amount of available RAM is too low, you should think about killing background apps to free up some RAM.
Check For Android Updates
- Step 1: Open Settings, select About phone and choose System Updates.
- Step 2: Hit Check for updates. If an update is available, allow Android to download and install it.
- Step 3: Restart your phone after the update finishes.
Note: If your phone is a Samsung model, go through the steps down below to check for updates.
- Step 1: Open Settings, click Software update and pick Download and install.
- Step 2: If an update for Android is available, download and install it.
- Step 3: The moment the update completes, restart your phone.
- Step 1: Launch Google Play Store, tap the profile icon on the top right and press Manage application and service.
- Step 2: Make your way Updates are available then hit Update all.
- Step 3: Restart your phone.
Clear The App Cache
- Step 1: Open Settings, select Storage and choose Internal Storage under the Device Storage section.
- Step 2: Click Cached Data and pick OK once prompted to clear the cache.
- Step 3: Restart your phone.
Note: Sometimes, it’s a good idea to wipe cache partition as well.
- Step 1: Press and hold the Power button then tap Power Off to turn off your phone.
- Step 2: Press and hold Power and Volume Down buttons at the same time (Power, Volume Up and Home buttons for Samsung devices) then let go as soon as the device vibrates.
- Step 3: (If your phone is a Samsung model, skip to the next step) When the Start screen appears, use the Volume buttons to navigate to the Recovery Mode and press the Power button. If you see No command, press and hold the Power button then hit the Volume Up button.
- Step 4: In Recovery Mode, use Volume Up/Down buttons to navigate to wipe cache partition then press the Power button.
- Step 5: Hit Yes, navigate to the Reboot system now and press the Power button.
Is Market Agent Feedback Harmful?
Absolutely not. Market Agent Feedback is a part of the Android System WebView which is a key element of many Google apps. The purpose of the app is to allow other apps or services on your Android phone to ask you for feedback.
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