After installing the latest updates, your Android phone may sometimes throw up a strange “No command” error. The same error may pop up on the screen shortly after restarting or resetting your device. Let’s explore what you can do to troubleshoot this problem.
How Do I Fix “No Command” Errors on Android?
Boot into Recovery Mode
Use the Power button to turn off your device. If the device remains unresponsive, enter Recovery Mode.
To boot into Recovery Mode, press and hold the Power button and then quickly press and release the Volume Up button. Then release the Power button. You need to hold down the Power button while pressing and releasing the Volume Up button.
Getting that order correct may sometimes be a bit tricky. Give it a few tries, and you should eventually see the Recovery menu. Select Reboot system now, and check if you notice any improvements.
Wipe Cache Partition
Boot into Recovery Mode as shown above. Once in Recovery Mode, select the Wipe cache partition option.
This helps you clear temporary OS files and get rid of residual files from apps you recently uninstalled.
Factory Reset Your Device
If the “No command” error persists, you can reset your phone to factory settings. But first, don’t forget to back up your data in case anything goes wrong.
If you can access Settings, use the Reset option to get the job done. Navigate to Settings, and select Backup and reset. Then tap Reset options, and choose Erase all data. Your device will revert to factory settings, and you’ll lose all your data.
If you can’t access Settings, hold down the Power button, press and release the Volume Up button, and then release the Power button. Select the Factory Reset option from the Recovery Menu and wait until the process is over. Restart your phone and check if the issue persists.
To fix the annoying “No command” error on Android, use the Power button to restart your phone. Then boot into Recovery Mode, and wipe the cache partition to clear temporary OS and app files. If the issue persists, reset your device to factory settings.
We hope you managed to solve the problem. Hit the comments below and let us know which solution worked for you.