Fixing the issue on Android “System UIDs Inconsistent”
Do you view a “System UIDs Inconsistent” issue on your Android device? Alright, don’t fret. We know that it looks very scary when it says that “wipe your data partition or your device will be unstable”. But it is too simple in order to solve this problem without dealing with wiping away your precious stuff on the device.
So let’s begin with the causes first. However, this error mostly comes. When you do not flash a custom ROM in the right way. But it can also occur due to a recently updated app.
In order to fix the error, a couple of things are there so then you could do other than wiping the data partition. Firstly, you have to run the “Fix Permissions” method from a custom recovery. Secondly, you must look for the culprit app in the uiderrors.txt file in the/data/system/ directory and uninstall the troublemaking app.
How to Fix “System UIDs Inconsistent” Error
Way to Fix permissions from Recovery
- First of all, you have to start your Android device into Recovery mode.
- Look for the “Fix Permissions” option and also choose it.
- However, at a time the method completes, restart your phone. Now the trouble should be gone.
Way to uninstall the troublemaking app
- Here you have to first of all download and also install a file manager app from the Play Store (we suggested ES File Explorer).
- Head to the /data/system/ directory and here you must have to go to the uiderrors.txt file.
- At this step, you have to find the culprit app from the uiderrors file and uninstall it immediately. Similarly, this should help you can easily get rid of the “System UIDs Inconsistent” error.
└ Also, try restarting the phone after uninstalling the culprit app.
- Whether needed, you are also able to re-install the app. It won’t pose any trouble anymore.
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In this post, you will learn the way to fix the issue on Android “System UIDs Inconsistent”. We are also able to ask queries in case of any trouble or issue in the comments below.