Dec 22, 2014

How to stop "aw, snap" errors in Chrome browser?

I've been getting an "aw, snap" error when I'm using my Chrome browser on my Nexus 7. I can't think of anything that has changed to cause this to start. His can I troubleshoot the "aw snap" error?
I had a similar problem with the Chrome browser on my phone. I suggest that you clear the data in Settings>Apps. That solved my problem for the most part, and although once in a while it still happens on one website ( it doesn’t crash anywhere else. If that doesn’t work and you are using Clean Master, I suggest turning off the anti-phishing/anti-virus feature in that app. I have experienced a couple of times when Clean Master didn’t play well with the Chrome browser. The last option would be to uninstall and reinstall the Chrome browser app. Good luck.
"Aw, Snap!"

"The “Aw, Snap!" error occurs when a webpage doesn't display correctly. In most cases, you can simply reload the page to dismiss the error. If you keep getting the error, try the suggestions below.

Check your antivirus and firewall applications.
Check your extensions.
Check for malware.
Create a new user profile."
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