How To Fix Your Frozen Samsung Galaxy Note 8

Samsung Galaxy Note 8
Samsung Galaxy Note 8

We try as much as we can to make something perfect but life isn’t always a bed of roses. Human error is inevitably but we always try to reduce it to the barest minimum. Samsung actually did a really great job on the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 but i guess there are bound to be hiccups like people reportedly having a Frozen Samsung Galaxy note 8.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 comes with some really nice and interesting features. But like the saying goes, everything that has a good side will also have a bad side. So along with those interesting features comes some minor problems. One of which we are going to be tackling in this article.

Frozen Samsung Galaxy Note 8

No doubt a frozen Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is not what we would like to experience as it might creep up on us when we least expected. A good number of the Samsung Galaxy S8 users have been complaining of their devices freezing/getting stuck.

When this happens, you can’t do anything on the frozen Samsung Galaxy Note 8. The only option you have is to fix the problem. There are two methods to accomplish this, the first being a soft reset and the other being a hard reset. We’ll be walking through the process of both in this article.

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Soft Reset

Also called soft reboot. This is the easier and a more better method of fixing a frozen Samsung Galaxy Note 8. This method doesn’t wipe your phone or delete any of your data on your device. With this method, you can easily fix your frozen Samsung Galaxy Note 8 without any loss of data. Also this method works most of the time.

How to Soft Reset your frozen Samsung Galaxy Note 8

  1. Press and hold the volume down and power button for about 7-10 seconds.

This should force your device to vibrate, turn itself off and turn back on. Boom, your phone is as good as new.

But if that doesn’t happen then you will most definitely be in the safe mode. Lets continue.

  1. Navigate using the volume up and volume down to the ‘reboot’ option.
  2. Select using the power button.

Your phone reboots and you’re good to go.

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Hard Reset

There are times the soft reset won’t be able fix your frozen Samsung Galaxy Note 8. You’ll need to bring reinforcement to get the required result. The hard reset should be used as a last resort when you’ve tried soft reset numerous times without any results. Hard reset wipes your phone and all the data in it. After the hard reset, your device will look like new on the Inside.

How to Hard Reset your frozen Samsung Galaxy Note 8

  1. Press and hold the volume up and power button simultaneously. A Samsung logo will come up and recovery will start booting in the top-left corner of your device.
  • Once that is done, use the volume up and down button to navigate to the “Wipe Data/Factory Reset”. Use the Bixby button to select it.

  • Navigate using the volume down to the “Yes Delete All User Data” and select again using the Bixby button.

  • Grab a cold bottle of soda and wait for the process to completed.

  • After the process, the system will make available a “Reboot System Now” which you would click on.

  • After the reboot is done, your phone becomes like new once again.


    The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is a pretty nice phone with outstanding specs and of course a couple of minor bugs is to be expected. This problem i can deal with, unlike the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 that reportedly keep catching fire or exploding. At least there are no reports of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 catching fire or exploding.


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