Chrome has been in the news for the last few days. After the last update of its iOS version, the browser of the Mountain View guys shows problems to start in some devices with jailbreak. So, if you’re one of those affected, here’s a trick to fix the problems with Chrome before jumping back to Safari.
These days, Google Chrome is taking on more importance than Google would like, and not just for the sake of it. If yesterday we told you how to fix the problem with the blue tabs in the desktop version, today we bring you a trick to fix the crashes that the application shows for some users .
Last night a new update was released in the App Store, which includes several improvements we told you about this morning. The problem comes to some users with jailbreak on their devices, who see how Chrome is unable to start, and closes shortly after booting , making it unusable.
Google is aware of this flaw, and they have promised to fix it, but we don’t know when. But so as not to wait until then, we bring you a trick to fix the problem with the rebel Chrome. There are two ways to fix reboots :
- Open Google Chrome and try to do the following as fast as you can: Go to the Menu button .
- Go to the Privacy tab , send usage data, and select Always as an option.
You have to be very quick, because Chrome will probably hang before . But if you are able to get it, your problems will stop.
- Uninstall Google Chrome.
- Reinstall it from the App Store.
- Open it, and during setup, it will ask you if we want to send our usage data to Google. Be sure to click this option and then accept the license terms and click Continue.
Again, we’re gonna have to do this so Chrome doesn’t shut down. However, this time it’s easier, because we have all the time in the world to do it . If we’re not clear, here’s a video that explains the steps to follow:
As we told you before, only affects devices with jailbreak , so if you don’t want to send your information to Google, you can either use Safari while Google fixes the error, or get rid of the jailbreak .