Tuesday, September 6, 2016

How to Fix Galaxy Note 7 Boot Loop / Crash Problem

The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is undoubtedly one of the best smartphones of 2016 and certainly the best phone Samsung has ever created. It comes with a bright qHD screen, a fast processor, great battery life and new S Pen.

While for most users experience with the new phone was impeccable, there were a few users have reported problems with their devices. Recently, there has been an increase in users coverage problems with their phones.

Apparently there is a problem with a Galaxy Note 7 mobile applications begin to break down and, in some cases, the phone enters a bootloop, which prevents starting the phone. Here are some solutions to issue bootloop Samsung Galaxy Note 7.

Correction bootloop number: Samsung Galaxy Note 7

Method 1

1 Turn off the phone. Press the volume, home and power buttons to enter recovery mode.

2 Once you are in the recovery mode, to clear the cache. Then clean the data and perform a full factory restore.

3 Wipe Dalvik Cache and Cache.
Restart the phone and wait for it to start. Bootloop the issue should now disappear.

Method 2

1 Another thing you can do is to flash a stock firmware Galaxy Note 7.

2 You need to download a firmware available for your phone depending on the device model number.

3 Turn off the phone, press the volume, home and power buttons to enter download mode.

4 Connect your phone to your computer via a USB cable. Odin and start the firmware values.

5 Restart the phone and the problem should disappear. If you have questions or suggestions, please let us know below.




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