Most of the apps available here are free while others come at a premium price.
Not all of the Android apps however work flawlessly as there are bound to be some bugs present which can cause issues on the device.
I could delete the widget from the screen and then readd it back, however, this did not resolve the issue.
The only thing that seemed to work was restarting the phone.
Many apps stop working if your internal memory is near full or has reached a certain storage limit.
Since a couple of days/weeks, I noticed that my widgets aren't updating anymore on my home screens of my Nexus 6 (Android 6.0.1).
The weather app on my phone (Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge) has stop working. You can try clearing the cache and data of the app and then proceed on wiping the system cache partition if the issue remained.
If this is a minor system glitch then it can be fixed easily and can be avoided in the future.The best recommend procedure that you can do is to start making backups of the important files and perform a master reset to your device.This is an optional procedure to fix minor glitches and it might save you a trip to bring your device to a tech, they will still perform this procedure anyway.We however ask that when you do contact us try to be as detailed as possible so that an accurate assessment can be made and the correct solution can be given.If your phone can’t do an app update the first thing you should check is if your phone is connected to the Internet.After recently purchasing Samsung’s new flagship smartphone the Galaxy S4, I have had a weird issue with some of my beloved weather widgets not updating.