What to Do If Clicks Don’t Register in Android Apps on a Chromebook

Android apps on Chromebooks have some great benefits: they expand the device’s capabilities, have an overall small footprint, and they work very well on limited hardware. That said, they’re still in beta, and sometimes things don’t work as they should.

The biggest issue I’ve had with Android apps in Chrome OS is touch elements not responding correctly – or even at all – with touch or mouse. That is an incredibly frustrating issue to have, especially when the app in question is a tool that can be utilized for productivity.

What to Do If Clicks Don’t Register in Android Apps on a Chromebook