How You Can Reset A Frozen Galaxy Note 8

A number of Samsung Galaxy Note 8 users have being complaining at the Korean OEM's official forums about their device freezing. While this has been a issue, Samsung has officially not released any official statement about this. 

Most uses has observed that the freezing occurs mostly while accessing the contacts app - both directly or indirectly as well as while making a call or accessing the Phone or Messenger apps. In this guide we will be explains how to reset a frozen Galaxy Note 8. 

While a quick reboot fixes almost any minor Galaxy Note 8 problem, Today we will be using the “hard reset” method to fix this issues. This method is complete save so you don't have to worry about erase any data, or cause any problems, it simply forces the phone to reboot.

How To Reset a Frozen Galaxy Note 8

If your device is unresponsive, press and hold the Power key and the Volume down key simultaneously for more than 7 seconds to restart it. Push and hold both Power and Volume down at the same time for about 10 seconds, or until the phone vibrates and turns off. Once you hold the buttons down long enough you’ll see it turn off, feel the phone vibrate, then it will restart and boot back up to full working order.

This works even when the phone is completely frozen, or the screen is black. It’s a hard reset and works no matter what

Also you can check to see if you have any problematic apps causing your device to freeze. Uninstall this app.

Hope this methods works for you. Just in case you have any questions simply use the comment box below. Thanks

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