The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is without any doubt one of the best smartphones of 2016 and certainly the best phone that Samsung has ever created. It comes with a beautiful QHD display, fast processor, great battery life and an all new S Pen.
While for most users the experience with the new phone has been flawless, there have been a few users who have reported issues with their devices. Recently, there has been an increase of users reporting bootloop issues with their phones.
Apparently, there is an issue with some Galaxy Note 7 phones where apps start crashing and in some cases, the phone goes into a bootloop, which prevents the phone from booting up. Here are a few solutions to Samsung Galaxy Note 7’s bootloop issue.
How To Fix Bootloop Issue on Samsung Galaxy Note 7
- Turn off your phone. Press the volume up, home and power buttons to go into recovery mode.
- Once you are inside recovery mode, go to wipe cache. Then wipe data and perform a full factory reset.
- Wipe cache and dalvik cache.
Reboot your phone and wait for it to boot up. The bootloop issue should now be gone.
- Another thing you can do is to flash a stock Galaxy Note 7 firmware.
- You need to download a stock firmware for your phone according to the model number of your device.
- Turn the phone off, press the volume down, home and power buttons to go into download mode.
- Connect your phone to you computer using a USB cable. Launch Odin and flash the stock firmware.
Reboot your phone and the issue should be gone. If you have any questions or any suggestions, please let us know below.