What danger has “com.facebook.appmanager” done to your Android? Has it stopped your phone from functioning properly or caused your phone to auto-restart uncontrollable?
Well, the folder name com.facebook.appmanager has done more harm to my phone and my emotion that I can tell. It took me some time to discover that the com Facebook app manager was actually what was causing my phone to restart unlimited numbers of time a day.
It restarts almost every 15 minutes and it makes it very unbearable and unusable for me. However, have gone through a series of trial and error period, I was able to fix the error causing the app to restart my phone.
Is com.facebook.appmanager a virus?
The app Facebook app manager folder appears to be a folder created by the Facebook app manager to once the app is installed on a smartphone. However, this folder causes more harm when not disabled.
In my own cases, the app keeps restarting my phone in an interval of 15 minutes and makes it unusable for me. However, the moment the app folder is disabled everything come back to normal and my phone start working like a new phone.
Facebook Orca Error Vs com.Facebook.appmanager
These two error messages are different. The only similarity is that they both make your phone useless if they are not managed properly.
The pname.com.facebook.orca is a folder with the combination of com.facebook.orca and com.facebook.katana folder you will when you go through your phone file manager or unhide hidden features on your default file manager.
Pname.com.facebook.orca error message disrupts you from using your phone when you launch the Facebook Messenger app. If you have issues with the Pname com Facebook Orca here is how to fix it.
How to Fix com.Facebook.Appmanager
Here is how to fix the com Facebook app manager error and forced it from running on your phone.
- Go to your smartphone settings
- Tap on apps or application manager
- Find “com.facebook.appmamager” and tap on it
- Tap on “disable” option
- Accept the pop up that says your phone might stop working or functioning well
Now, go to permission section in the app and disable the app permission on your phone. In most cases, the app manager folder access your phone storage, call logs, admin right, and others. However, once the permission is disabled, the com.manager.appmanager will stop restarting and re-enabling itself when you restart the phone.