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How do I fix boot loop Samsung? Is your Samsung stuck on boot loop after the update? Mostly, when updating the device or installing any program from untrusted sources leads to this type of problem. Do not worry, it isn’t that hard to fix the boot loop on Samsung, there are a few workarounds you can always try to get rid of Samsung S21 stuck on the boot loop quickly. These are basic solutions that take no extra effort and no technical expertise.
Apart from that if you’ve any other concerns, feel free to contact us via the comment section, we’ll definitely try to help you out with it and fix the problem as soon as possible.
Fix Samsung Phone Stuck in Boot Loop and Randomly Restarting
Remove the Case
Often many users use incompatible cases and covers with the device and that leads to many random problems like overheating issues, randomly restarting phone because some buttons or sensors activates automatically and more. Simply remove the case from the device and make sure no buttons are pressed, besides, press the power button two-three times.
Make Sure Phone Has Enough Charge
Another reason behind random restart and phone stuck in boot loop is lack of charge. Usually, when the battery is low, or drained to zero, this type of problems occurs normally. Even if the battery is full or more than enough to keep the device running, then also kindly connect the charger for sometime, see if it works.
Force Restart Phone
Try force restarting the device to troubleshoot firmware crashing in background related issues. Press the Volume Down button and Power button until the Samsung logo appears. Let the device boots completely, and then observe does it still stuck in the boot loop, or working properly.
Restart Phone after Plugging phone to Charge
Another most commended workaround is to reboot the phone while it is plugged in. Plug the phone to charger, keep the switch on and then press and hold Volume Down and Power button at the same time until Samsung logo appears. Let the phone reboots completely and then observe it, whether the problem still exists or fixed.
If you’re getting enough windows to use the phone, and Samsung phone keeps restarting randomly, I’d advise to check for updates. Because sometimes due to some bug or glitch, system gets rogue and this failures could occur.
Make sure the phone is connected to stable Wi-Fi Network.
- Go to the Settings app.
- Swipe down to Software update.
- Tap Check for updates.
- Select Download and install.
Enable Auto Update for Apps
Believe me if you keep the system and installed apps up to date, there won’t be any problem like Samsung phone bricked or other random system failures. The quick way is to turn on auto updates for the apps.
- Go to the Google Play.
- Tap on your profile icon on upper-right screen.
- Select Settings > Network preferences.
- Tap Auto-update apps.
- Select your preference; Over any network or Over Wi-Fi only.
Optimize Storage Space
Storage plays a vital role in stabilizing the performance of system. Due to Low Storage, you may experience lag in operating the phone along with issues like this also. However, the best part is Samsung comes with inbuilt Storage Optimize program, which can resolve half of your problems.
- Open the Settings app.
- Scroll down to Device care or Battery and device care.
- Tap Storage.
- From there you can get to know which item is consuming what amount of storage, like Apps, Images, Videos, System, Installation Files, etc.
- Decide what to keep and what to delete.
Furthermore, your pain point will be “Other” Storage, eating up most spaces. Refer to our article to know how to Delete Other Storage on Samsung.
Try Safe Mode
Up next is Safe mode. With Safe Mode you can diagnose the error and know why your device keeps restarting, is it due to third-party programs and apps? In safe mode, all the third-party programs and apps disabled, and won’t work. While in Safe Mode if the phone responds perfectly, and stopped rebooting automatically, there’s a third-party app causing this issue, kindly start uninstalling third-party apps one by one and see if it do any trick.
- Press and hold the Power button until the POWER Off menu appears.
- Touch and hold the POWER OFF button and select Safe Mode.
Remove SD Card
Is your microSD Card corrupted? If yes, then remove it immediately. Corrupted SD Card can brick the device and may not let the phone turn on. One of the users have reported that by removing the SD card stopped boot loop, since there was something wrong with the external card. You can confirm the SD Card is working or not by inserting it into another smartphone or computer via adapter.
Wipe Cache Partition
Now its time to delete the system cache. Over the time, system cache gets corrupted and hence phone stuck in restart loop. Doing this will not delete any data, but just temporary cache files that are causing issues.
- Connect the phone to PC or Laptop via USB cable if it is running Android 10 or later version, else jump to next step.
- Power off the device, press the Power button, and select the Power Off button.
- Press and hold the Volume Up button and Power button for around 8 seconds, this will activate recovery mode.
- Use the volume keys to navigate through the Wipe cache partition option.
- Press the power button to wipe cache partition.
Factory Reset Device
Last but not the least, wipe the device to factory settings. I know this is the hardest part of this troubleshooting since all the personal data, contacts, settings, etc. deletes from the phone, and of course to save them, you need to back up the device.
- Open the Settings app.
- Tap General management.
- Select Reset.
- Select Factory data reset.
- Confirm Reset.
Contact Samsung Support
Did you drop the phone accidentally or had contact with water? If yes and the phone is rebooting randomly after that incident, you should immediately run to Samsung Support Centre. They will examine the phone closely and get the issue resolved.