Underneath we’ll get into some possible arrangements on How To Reset Frozen Samsung Galaxy S7.
Samsung’s newest phones no longer have removable batteries, so restarting them is no longer as easy as removing the power source. When too many apps are open (thus using up its available RAM), or when an app is corrupt, your phone usually lags and ultimately freezes.
Thankfully, the guys over at Samsung have devised ways to help users whenever their Galaxy mobile phones freeze. We will specifically cover the Samsung Galaxy S7 here, although similar mobile phones can also be reset using this or a similar method.
Here’s how to manually reset your frozen Galaxy S7:
Press and hold the Power and Volume Down buttons until the Maintenance Boot Mode screen appears (approx. 10 seconds).
From the Maintenance Boot Mode screen, select Power down.
Utilize the volume buttons to cycle through the available options and the Home button (located below the display) to select.
1. Wait for a response from your phone; it may automatically reset after around 1 minute.
2. If it remains frozen, press and hold the Power and Volume Down keys at the same time. Do this for around 7 seconds.
3. The phone will vibrate and eventually restart.
This simple step by step process results in a soft reset. But if your phone needs system maintenance, resetting it may lead to a “safe mode” screen. Simply navigate through the options with the volume screen and select “Normal Boot” with the Home button.
The process is pretty straightforward. Getting professional help is ideal, but if you’re pressed for time and you think you can do it yourself, this is the way to go.
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