A lot of people are asking me about the CQA test, which suddenly appeared on their Android device. Maybe you are one of them. Did you face unexpected problems after appearing it? If you don’t know what the CQA test is and how you can get rid of it, read this article till the end.
In this post, you will get all the necessary information about what CQA test is also with the meaning of this test.
What is the CQA Test?
CQA means Certified Quality Auditor. The main purpose of CQA is to “identify a production system’s strengths and weaknesses in quality control.“
That means CQA test is a “quality monitoring app” used by the Android phone manufacturer. Because it’s a default system application, you can’t uninstall or disable it.
Most Common CQA Test App Problems
Now you know what is CQATest about. Let’s move on to the most common problems related to CQA test app and your Android phone.
- Home button doesn’t work
- Recent apps don’t work
- Lock screen is not working
- After pressing power button, camera is not opening
- Problem with incoming calls
note: Backup your phone first!
Before we move on the solutions, I highly recommend you backup everything important in your Android device.
You can easily Backup and Restore your Android device using this app.
How to get rid of CQA test App
Currently there are three different methods to get rid of the CQA Test app problems. Methods are following:
Method 1 – Force stop CQA test app
In the first method you can try to force stop this app. But how to do that? Follow easy steps below:
Step 1: Find and click on “Settings”
The first thing you need to do is go to the menu of your Android phone and click on “settings”
Step 2: Click on “Apps”
In settings page scroll down and tap on “Apps” option.
Step 3: Open “Show system processes”
At the top of the right click on three dots and select “show system processes” option.
Step 4: Select and force stop CQA test app
In running services select CQA test app and click on “force stop” option.
Method 2 – Reset your phone
Another method to get rid of CQA test is to factory reset your Android device. You can simply do this by clicking on Setting -> Backup and Reset -> Factory Reset.
Method 3 – Clear cache
Try to clear cache from your Android (Settings -> Chrome -> Clear History and Website Data).
Note: All methods mentioned above can be applied also on laptop.
As you can see there are several ways how you can get rid of CQA test on your Android device. I hope you found this article helpful and see you next time!