[Fixed] Instantiate Action Error: Java Class not found – OnePlus 5/5T

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How to Fix ‘Instantiate Action Error: Java Class not found’ Error on OnePlus 5/5T
Fix ‘ Instantiate Action Error: Java Class not found ’ Error on OnePlus 5/5T

OnePlus devices are the most popular devices used by millions of people. The company is up with the constant update. Recently, OnePlus had released the Android 8.1 Oreo update for their devices and there are small issues with the devices running on Android 8.1 Oreo. If you are facing the error message Instantiate Action Error: Java Class not found which pop-ups frequently? Here is the guide to fix it!

Several users using the OnePlus 5/5T mobiles running on Android version 8.1 have reported that they are getting the ‘Instantiate Action Error: Java Class not found’ error.  This error had become a common error after updating the device to the latest version of Android 8.1 Oreo. And it is also reported that this error comes up usually when we are making a call or connecting a Bluetooth device or while disconnecting.

Reason Behind The Error?

How to Fix ‘Instantiate Action Error: Java Class not found’ Error on OnePlus 5/5T
Fix ‘Instantiate Action Error: Java Class not found’

The ‘Instantiate Action Error’ is because of the clash between the Phone app and a third-party app. Many users claim that SoundAbout App is the main cause for such errors on OnePlus 5 and OnePlus 5T.

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Fix ‘ Instantiate Action Error: Java Class not found ‘

If you are OnePlus 5/5T user and recently updated the device to the latest version and getting this error. Then don’t worry we are here to tell you the solution to this problem. The solution is quite simple and involves only a few steps.

The main reason that is expected for this error is the SoundAbout app. We ask you to uninstall this app to prevent the error.

Uninstall the 3rd Party App

Just try to Uninstall the SoundAbout App from your OnePlus 5/5T device. Even after uninstalling this app you are still getting the error then one thing we suggest it to boot the device in safe mode. Follow the below steps to boot in safe mode.

Steps to Boot into Safe Mode

  • Press & hold the Power button until you see the menu.
  • In the menu, you see many options and from the options select the Power Off option.
  • Now you will be asked if you want to go to Android Safe Mode.
  • At this point click on Ok button.
  • Now your system will be in Safe mode.

To Wrap Up

Now your device is in safe mode. As you have rebooted your device in safe mode, check if the error still appears. High probability is that the error will be removed. If the error is removed boot the device in normal mode. Then we suggest you uninstall all the third party apps from your device.

If you face any problems do let us know in comments below. Stay tuned for more updates on Issues & Fixes!