How To Fix Android Error Code 40004?

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To be honest, there is not much out there which specifically defines why some Android users get prompted with the following Android Error Code 40004 message on their screens. 

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The error usually shows up out of nowhere and pops up every now and then, just to disappear in a few seconds or so. 

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We have tried digging into a number of online resources out there, trying to find out more about the particular error as well as why it shows up. But, unfortunately there is nothing much out there, just users reporting and complaining about the error without much of any kind of remedy to talk about. 

Even then, there are a few users who have reported to have solved the error with the help of a few solutions as listed here below:

Fixes For Android Error Code 40004

Fix 1: Restart your device

I am pretty sure that by now you must have already tried restarting your device at least once. However, if you haven’t. Then, it would be a good idea to do so now, as many users out there facing the issue reported that simply restarting their device was all that was needed to get rid of the following error.

Error loading dll crynetwork.dll error code 126
Error loading dll crynetwork.dll error code 126

Fix 2: Uninstall Conflicting Apps

Now, there may be times when an app or program you recently installed into your device might be the reason for the following error to occur. 

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Hence, if you see that the error has suddenly showed up after you have installed a new app very recently. Then, you can try uninstalling such an app and check if that helps with the following error.

However, if the error has just shown up out of the blue and you are not sure of which app it is that might be causing the error. Then, you can try installing the logcat app or any other similar app that can provide you with the log report of the device, and search for the app which is causing the error. 

All you need to do here is, simply launch the logcat app whenever you encounter the 40004 Error Code on your Android device and check for the app which might have caused it. 

In most cases, the logs should give you a good idea on which app might be causing the error to occur. 

Once you find the app, simply uninstall the app and check if the error has been resolved.

Fix 3: Factory Reset

If you don’t mind losing your data and starting fresh. Then, you can also give Factory resetting your device a try too. 

However, it is important to note here that in doing so, you will be losing all your progress or changes you have made on your device so far. 

Hence, it would be wise to take a backup of all the important information or changes you would like to bring back again and factory reset your device thereafter. 

This should be seen as the last resort, if no other solution or fix seem to solve the error for you.

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Rishikesh Hazarika is a tech enthusiast who is always curious to learn and absorb facts and data in the world of science and technology as well as tries to share his opinion. He has an M.Tech degree from North-Eastern Hill University, later he did a certificate course in Computer Hardware and Software, and a certificate course in Introduction to Architectingc