How To Fix Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Bootloop & Crash Problem


Samsung Galaxy Note 7 has already shattered all sales record, its even leading Apple iPhone is sales/pre-orders. Note 7 is without doubt one of the best smartphones ever produced in terms of specs and definitely the best device Samsung has manufactured till date. For the most part Galaxy Note 7 performs as expected, performance is smooth and firmware is stable. However, of late there has been a growing number of complaints registered by users about the bootloop problem with Galaxy Note 7. Here we have a simple solution using which you can fix bootloop and crash problems on Samsung Galaxy Note 7.

Galaxy Note 7 is a powerhouse with quad-core processor, AMOLED display and battery is better than in most smartphones. S-Pen is also a part of the device which just does more than just writing on the display. Advanced Iris Scanner which is introduced by Samsung for the first time in any of its device is truly groundbreaking technology.

For the most part Galaxy Note 7 has performed flawlessly on various benchmarks. Actual user experience has also been satisfactory. But on some devices apps crash unexpectedly. Sometimes devices foes into a sudden bootloop which freezes the device and prevents it from booting properly. When your device is infected by bootloop error it conks out the device and it doesn’t boot up afterwards. Some users are reporting that their device goes into never-ending bootloop – sometimes in recovery mode – rendering the device absolutely useless for practical purposes.

This is mostly happening on un-rooted devices running on stock firmware and on devices that have been updated to the recent update released by Samsung. If you have international model of Galaxy Note 7 powered by Exynos 8890 processor then you are most likely to suffer from this bootloop and app crash issues.

Samsung hasn’t officially acknowledged the problem yet and we are still waiting for the official OTA update that would fix the issue. In the meantime, you can go ahead and see below some methods that will help you to get rid of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 bootloop problem.

How to Fix Galaxy Note 7 Bootloop Problem

Solution 1

This method involves flashing stock firmware on Galaxy Note 7.

1 – Download the stock firmware for your device model number.

2 – Turn off the device. Long-press and hold Home + Power + Volume Down together to open download mode.

3 – Connect your device to PC via USB cable.

4 – Open Odin flashing tool and flash the stock firmware on your Note 7.

5 – Now reboot your device, this should solve the problem.

Solution 2

1 – Turn off your device. Press and hold Home + Power + Volume Up button simultaneously to enter the Recovery Mode.

2 – In Recovery Mode, navigate to Wipe Cache option.

3 – Now wipe data and perform full factory reset.

4 – Wipe Cache and dalvik cache.

5 – Reboot the device. Bootloop problem should be fixed now.

That’s all. You successfully managed to fix bootloop error on Galaxy Note 7. If you known of any better solution and then come forward with your suggestion in the comments section.

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