frozen Samsung s9 screen

Underneath We’ll Get Into A Portion Of Arrangements on How To Fix Frozen Screen Of Samsung Galaxy S9:

Sometimes even an efficacious smartphone like Samsung Galaxy s9 stumble across the problems. The phone has unbeatable features though.  The most common issue it faces is its screen freezing. When it happens it seems like the screen wouldn’t respond again even after so many taps on it. More often, it’s a system crash caused by the unknown reasons. Sometimes poorly written apps keep running in the background causing the Samsung galaxy s9 screen lag. Try removing some of those doubtful applications which are causing the damage to the phone. They make the device function slow.

Another possible reason could be extremely hot or cold conditions as well.

So, if you are an owner of the phone and if it has stuck on a black or a while screen, try the following steps to break out of it :

Perform the forced restart procedure

Try doing a combination to trigger battery disconnect. It will close all the tabs running in the background, will refresh your phone’s memory and will reload all core functions and services. Since the hardware components are wired intact with the device, it will surely respond.

For doing this press and hold the volume down and the power keys at the same time for 10 seconds or until the phone boots up.

Maintenance boot mode should appear.

Use the volume buttons to toggle the selection of normal boot.

Make the selection by pressing the power

If it doesn’t happen at first, try doing it repeatedly for a few times.

Ensure power is supplied

If frozen at a black screen;

Plug the Samsung Galaxy S9 into the outlet using the provided charger having a cable and an adapter.

Pause the process for about 15 minutes and then try to power on the device. If you are unsure about the power supply, retry it using a different plug, socket and a different cable.

Your phone should be booting up by now.

But if it’s still not responding then it’s high time to hit the store so that an expert techie can resolve it for you. The possible reason for the occurrence could be liquid or physical damage.

Performing the master reset

Well, this is an optional thing to do. But you can give it a try to get off that frozen Samsung s9 screen.

Turn off the phone.

Press and hold the volume up key and the Bixby key, then press and hold the power key.

When the green android logo displays, release all the keys.

Press the volume down key multiple times in order to highlight wipe up/factory reset.

Press the power button to reset.

Press the volume down key until “delete all data” appears.

Press the power button to select and begin with the master reset option.

When it’s done, reboot system now appears.

Press the power key to restart the device.

This was an optional thing to do. If you aren’t comfortable, don’t go for this option at all.


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