The all-new Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is the latest top of the line flagship from Samsung which was launched early this year. Even a few months after its release, users are still facing software issues and bugs. One of the major issues people are facing is the Camera Crashing on the Galaxy S22 Ultra. Many users have pointed out this issue on Samsung Forums and various other places. Samsung is actively working on improving the software experience and these issues will be addressed shortly. But till then, here are some ways you can use to fix the Camera Crashing on the Galaxy S22 Ultra.
How To Fix Camera Crashing on S22 Ultra
Before proceeding with the tips, do charge your phone. A low battery might affect the camera performance.
Check for Updates
As mentioned before, Samsung is actively working to fix bugs as soon as possible. So the first thing you should do is to check for updates, as Samsung might have already fixed this problem.
To check for updates-
Settings> Software Updates> Download and Install
Open Device in Safe Mode
Using Safe Mode on a Samsung phone or tablet allows you to force the device to run the essential operating system, and disable most 3rd party applications. It’s designed as a diagnostic tool to help solve issues with connectivity, battery life, and more. Using Safe Mode helps users to test whether or not a 3rd party application is causing any issues or interfering with essential functions of a phone like the Camera.
How to Access Safe Mode
First, completely power off the phone or tablet.
Power on the device and when the Samsung logo appears, press and hold the Volume down key.
If done correctly, Safe mode will display on the bottom left corner of the screen. If “Safe mode” does not appear, repeat the steps above.
Once you’re in Safe mode, you can remove the third-party app that is causing issues.
To exit Safe mode, simply restart your phone or tablet and it will reboot normally.
Uninstall Third-Party Apps
One of the reasons the camera on your S22 Ultra is crashing is that it’s being used by another app. If you open your camera and it prompts that the camera is being used by another application. In this case, it’s better to remove the app and try to open the Camera once again.
Clear Camera Cache
Like all the other apps, the camera app also saves cache to help improve the user experience. Sometimes the cache might be corrupted which may lead to camera crashes.
How to Clear Camera Cache?
- Press and hold the Camera App, and tap App Info.
- Go to Storage, tap Clear Cache
- Also, select Clear Data and press OK to confirm.
If any of the above methods don’t help you to fix the Camera Crashing on the Galaxy S22 Ultra. Then there might be a problem with your device’s software as your system files may get corrupted for some unknown reason.
The only solution to this problem is to perform a factory reset. As this is the only way for your phone to have a fresh start and this might as well fix the camera issues.
Note- Take a backup of all the data before factory resetting
How to do a Factory Reset
- Go to Settings, and navigate to General Management.
- Scroll down and tap Reset.
- Select Factory Data Reset and tap Reset to confirm.
Contact Customer Care
If even the Factory Reset option didn’t work, then your phone might have some hardware damage. Hardware damages are rare but not totally out of the horizon. If none of the above methods worked, we advise you to call customer care and resolve the issue with them. As the phone is still under warranty, you won’t have any issues getting a replacement unit if there is some hardware damage.