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The popular social networking site ‘Facebook’ seems to be in a knot currently in terms of its functionality on the ‘Facebook app’ on some smartphones. As per the statements of some users, the App isn’t working on their phones, the affected models being OnePlus 5T and Redmi Note 4.

The report of a user states how even the reinstallation of the app hasn’t fixed the glitch.

Hey there!!! My 5T has stopped working with Facebook application. It was working fine but from last 4-5 hrs it is not working and not even responding. I have reinstalled the application but still the same issue/bug. please help me to resolve the issue as soon as possible.

Social media application crashes on smartphones aren’t altogether unexpected, given that all our phones are flooded with many apps, which has a toll on the daily usage quotient of the smartphones. Added to this is the fact that we also extensively use our favorite apps like Facebook round the clock every day.

However, key social media apps crashing on us all of a sudden is definitely a reason to frown as we feel disconnected and snapped shut from the exciting world of Facebook with its ‘shares’ and ‘updates’.

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Bug reports attest to the increasing number of cases affirming the problem. Given that this is Facebook, it is the go-to for every millennial user and all the social media buffs of all ages, and this is exactly why this problem needs to be fixed, and now, before the reports pile up and the problem gets out of hand.

So, here’s a shoutout to the troubleshooting team of the Facebook app to get to the workaround quickly and get Facebook back to working mode on the OnePlus and Redmi smartphones, and the other affected smartphone models.

Snap! Facebook app has reportedly crashed on some smartphones