How to fix the 'LG IMS has stopped' message
by Rafael Huitzil
May 23, 2022
Are you having this issue on your LG? Don't worry, you can find in this post the steps to fix this trouble on your phone.
1. Set your phone to airplane mode, as that will stop the error message from showing up repeatedly.
2. Navigate to "Settings," press "Apps & Notifications" and select "App Info."
3. You'll want to tap the three-dot menu in the upper righthand corner, enable "Show System" and choose com.lge.ims.rcsprovider from the list that appears.
A detailed overview will pop up; tap "Clear Cache," "Clear Storage" and "Force Stop" — in that order.
You might have to repeat the fourth step several times to halt the error message for good.
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