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Samsung Galaxy S7 not working after update [Fixed]

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In this article, I am going to share with you some of the solutions proposed by our readers who are facing these problems – “Stuck at Bootloop, Keep Restarting, won’t boot up, after update not working, Randomly Turn OFF after update, the Samsung Galaxy does not turn on, internet not working, wifi not working, Camara not working”. If you are an owner with similar problems, continue reading this article as it can help you in one way or another. In the meantime, if you have any questions about this issue, please contact us with full details. If you can, take a photo of it. Don’t hesitate.


 

Boot your Samsung Galaxy into Safe mode to Check for Third-party apps problems

If your Samsung Galaxy failed to Boot up or Samsung Galaxy got Stuck at boot loop, then it’s a possible device is experiencing a minor Stock firmware issue and It could also be because of Third-party app on your Samsung Galaxy. So you have to figure out why this is happening without losing your Data 

Samsung Galaxy S7 not working after update [Fixed]

In these kinds of cases, safe mode helps us (which prevents third-party applications from running). Safe Mode is not a solution, but it does prove whether a bad app creates a problem on Android when we use Safety Mode.  So, if your Samsung Galaxy does not give any error when using Safemode, then there must be a bad app creating this issue. So these are the steps to run your Samsung Galaxy in safe mode.

  1. Switch off your Samsung Galaxy
  2. Press and hold down the Power button
  3. Release the button when “Samsung Galaxy S7” appears on the screen
  4. Press and hold down the Volume Down button immediately after that until your Samsung Galaxy stops restarting
  5. You should see the words “Safe Mode” at the bottom of the screen
  6. Release the Volume button
  7. Now your Samsung Galaxy S7 boots up in “Safe Mode.”

If your Samsung Galaxy Successfully boot-up in safe mode, the main culprit is a third-party app. Uninstall applications from third parties until the issue is resolved. Our recommendation is to get started with the applications you recently installed before the problem occurs.


Try to charge your Samsung Galaxy S7 to see if it responds

Samsung Galaxy S7 not working after update [Fixed]

Some times, the Samsung Galaxy is unable to respond because your Samsung Galaxy’s battery is low. you had better charge your Samsung Galaxy. please charge the Device until it reaches 100%. After that, try to boot up it to see whether the problem is solved or not. if not, then proceed to the next step.


Wipe cache partition on Samsung Galaxy S7

In android, the system cache is stored in the cache partition. Sometimes it gets corrupted during or after updating or some other reason. A corrupt cache can affect performance as well as minor hassles.

Samsung Galaxy S7 not working after update [Fixed]

first, make sure your Android system cache is fresh. For this, you need to wipe the cache partition. To wipe the cache, use the recovery mode, which will help to fix – Boot loop, Stuck at boot

To wipe the cache partition follow these steps.

  1. Turn the Samsung Galaxy off using the Power key.
  2. Press ‘Power key + Volume up + Home button’ together until the screen display Samsung Galaxy or android Logo.
  3. After the press, you will have below recovery screen and you will be able to enter the Samsung Galaxy’s boot menu.
  4. Go down and Tap ‘Wipe cache partition’ by clicking the power key.
  5. Now select ‘Yes’ by taping the power key.

 

Perform Reset on Samsung Galaxy S7 

Factory Resetting allows you to delete all device settings, user data, third-party applications and associated application data from the device’s internal flash storage. It restores the device to the state it was in when it was shipped from the factory. so, our solution before the final solution is this. it can solve all sorts of problems, including Samsung Galaxy S7 sound problems.  

Samsung Galaxy S7 not working after update [Fixed]
  1. Turn the Samsung Galaxy off using the Power key.
  2. Press ‘Power key + Volume up + Home button’ together until the screen display Samsung Galaxy or android Logo.
  3. After the press, you will have below recovery screen and you will be able to enter the Samsung Galaxy’s boot menu.
  4. Go down and Tap ‘Wipe data/factory reset’ by clicking the power key.
  5. Now select ‘Yes-delete all user data’ by taping the power key.

When the reset is complete, you will need to set the date and time and add the Google Account as a new device


Flash Stock Firmware on Samsung Galaxy S7

Samsung Galaxy S7 not working after update [Fixed]


stock ROM is the original OS that comes with the Samsung Galaxy. Some updates can change/damage this, All we have to do is re-install our original OS on the Samsung Galaxy. We heard from some of our listeners that this was helping them. So we thought we’d tell you this too. This is really like installing Windows on your computer. So no matter what software problem is on your Samsung Galaxy, this will solve it. This is a little time-consuming and cautious work. Since it is not advisable to do it quickly, so, we created a separate special guide for this and You can access that from this link.

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