How To Fix Samsung Galaxy S4 Javascript Error

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One of our readers emailed us about his problem. He said that he often gets javascript errors on his Samsung Galaxy S4 when trying to visit certain websites. While the problem is not so common, we previously received related questions. One of our technicians here at Seber Tech was able to replicate the problem so the solution was immediately found.

The Samsung Galaxy S4 javascript error often occurs in web browsers so that's where we need to focus. Supposing the error occurs when you're using the stock browser on your Galaxy S4, here's what you need to do: 

Clear Browser Cache & Data 


The javascript error may either be a browser issue or a temporary website problem. Clearing both the cache and data of the browser may solve it. Here's how you do it:

1.    From the Home screen, tap the Menu key.
2.    Tap Settings, then More tab.
3.    Tap Application Manager.
4.    Swipe left or right to go to All tab.
5.    Scroll to and tap Browser.
6.    Tap Clear Cache.
7.    Tap Clear Data, then OK.

Now browse the website you were getting the javascript error from to see if the problem persists. If it does, try to browse a different website to check if it is just a website issue. Or, you can use other browsers like the Chrome to see if it's a stock browser issue. If you happen to use a third-party browser when this problem occurred and the procedure above couldn't fix it, try to reinstall it. 

[Also read: How To Uninstall App On Samsung Galaxy S4]

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