How To Fix “Oops! Something Went Wrong Your Image Didn’t Save. Please Try Again” On Remini

Are you facing an issue with generating HD images on Remini?

As we all know, the Remini app is a cool tool that helps users enhance their old photos, making them more efficient in HD format.

When you try to generate an image, it does not work, instead throwing the following error message:

“Oops! Something Went Wrong Your Image Didn’t Save. Please try again later”

As the error message states, the error occurs because of a storage issue on your device, and the application cannot save the processed image.

In this article, you will understand the potential fix and the causes behind the error message.

What Causes “Oops! Something Went Wrong Your Image Didn’t Save” On Remini?

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The error “Oops! Something Went Wrong Your Image Didn’t Save” occurs because there is an issue with the storage setting or you may not have enough space to store the image on your device. 

Other possible reasons include the following:

  • Storage permission is not enabled on your device.
  • Your phone’s memory is full.

How To Fix “Oops! Something Went Wrong Your Image Didn’t Save” On Remini?

You should have enough storage to store processed images on your mobile device. Follow the troubleshooting method to free up the space.

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1. Enable Storage Permission On The Remini App

Remini should have storage permission enabled to store the processed image on your device.

The device never allows access to media if you haven’t granted media and storage permission for any applications.

For Android:

  • Go to Settings on your device.
  • Click on Apps.
  • Find and locate Remini, and click on Permissions.
  • Make sure the storage is under the Allowed section.
  • If it is not, click on media and click on Allow.
  • Now the permission is enabled, and you can save your image successfully without any errors.

For Ios:

  • Go to Settings on your device.
  • Go to Privacy and Security.
  • Scroll down and click on the Remini App.
  • Allow permission to access Photos.

Now launch the Remini App, and you will see the app is working fine.

2. Delete Cache Memory On The Remini App

Are you getting the error even after enabling the permissions?

The next step is you need to free up your device space.

First, delete the cache memory of the Remini App.

For Android

  • Go to Settings and Click on Apps.
  • Find and locate the Remini app.
  • Click on Storage, and click on Clear Cache.

For Ios:

  • Go to Settings.
  • Click on General.
  • Click on iPhone storage.
  • Scroll down and click on the Remini App.
  • Click on the Offload button near the Remini app.
  • Reinstall the Remini app and check if the error is gone.

On the other hand, Make sure your device has enough space to store images. If not, Uninstall unused apps, delete unwanted files and continue with Remini.

You can also use a third-party device cleaner like imanager to manage and optimize your device storage space.

Alternatively, you can extend the storage capacity by adding external SDD cards to your device if possible.

Otherwise, try following the next step. 

3. Update Your Remini App

If you have enough storage space and the correct permission settings are in place, but the problem persists, then you need to update the App.

You might be running the outdated Remini app, and the team might stop the updates for older versions. 

Follow the steps to update the App.

If it is Android,

  • Go to the Play Store and Search for the Remini app.
  • Click on the Update button next to the App.

If it is an iPhone,

  • Go to the app store and scroll down to the pending update sections.
  • Locate and find the Remini app.
  • Click on the Update button next to the Remini app.

Hold until the update completes, restart your device, and launch your Remini app.

Following the above troubleshooting steps, you can resolve the issue without an expert’s help. Now you can access the Remini app and store the images successfully.