Samsung Galaxy S9 keeps freezing and restarting issue

Underneath We’ll Get Into A Portion Of Arrangements on How To Fix Galaxy s9 Freezing And Restarting Issue?:


Are you facing Samsung S9 freezing and restarting problems? There could be several reasons for your Samsung Galaxy S9 or Samsung S9 plus freeze or restart on its own again and again. If it is due to any app, you can clear app data from your phone. Or you can turn on the safe mode if it is the third party app which is causing the problem. Mentioned below are some of the possible solutions to fix Samsung Galaxy S9 keeps freezing and restarting issue.

Steps to Fix Galaxy s9 Freezing And Restarting Issue

Restart your phone

Whether it is Galaxy S9 or S9+, it is one of the easiest solutions to fix your restart and freezing issues. Instead of waiting for it to happen on its own, you restart your Galaxy S9 device. Afterward, check if your phone is still having freezing issues or not.

Check the internal storage of your Galaxy S9

Check the internal storage of your phone and if it is full, then remove the unwanted or redundant files from your device. For that:

  1. Go to ‘Settings’, a gear-shaped icon on the notification bar, and click on ‘Device’.
  2. Then choose ‘Storage’, and click on ‘Remove files not use’. This should remove the unwanted files from your internal storage.

Check for the updates

If any particular app is causing the Samsung S9 lag or freeze, firstly check all the apps if any of those have any available updates. You can update those apps using the following steps:

  1. Go to Google Play Store
  2. On the upper left corner of the page, you will see three horizontal lines.
  3. Click on ‘My apps & games’ and choose ‘Update’.

Samsung Galaxy S9 keeps freezing and restarting issue

If there are no updates available, just clear the cache and data of the app and see if it is freezing or restarting on its own anymore. To clear the app cache & data:

  1. Go to ‘Settings’ and tap on ‘Apps’.
  2. Choose the apps for which you want to clear cache and data.
  3. Then click on ‘Storage’.
  4. Choose ‘Clear cache’.

You can also clear data if clearing cache does not work. Just follow the above steps and tap on ‘clear data’.

Enable the safe mode on Galaxy S9

You can enable the safe mode on your phone. Once you have enabled the safe mode, hide all third-party apps on your phone. Then see if your phone is still having freezing and restarting issues. If there is no issue, it means that third-party apps were causing the issues. Now do not disable the safe mode until you have removed the third party apps you might have recently installed on your phone. Steps:

  1. First press the power button and hold it until the ‘Power off’ button appears on the screen.
  2. Now press and hold the ‘Power off’ button until the box with ‘Safe mode’ appears.
  3. Tap on ‘Safe Mode’ and it may take about 30 seconds to enable the safe mode.
  4. Now with safe mode on, check the phone’s functionality.

Go for Factory reset on your Galaxy S9 device

You can opt for the factory reset on your phone. However, all the phone data will be removed from your Samsung Galaxy S9. So, create a backup and restore the crucial data of your S9 device and then factory reset your phone. For that follow these steps:

  1. Open the ‘Settings’ from the menu on your S9 device.
  2. Then click on ‘Backup & Reset’
  3. Now tap on ‘Factory data reset’.
  4. Then choose ‘Reset Phone’.
  5. And then click on ‘Erase everything’.

Then restart your phone to see if it is fixed or not.


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