If you find yourself experiencing the problem wherein your Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is stuck in a boot loop or your phone stops responding when its logo shows up, there might be a problem with your system files. According to XDA Developers, the usual factor triggering the issue is system files interfering with each other.
Here are the quick solutions that you can apply to solve the Galaxy Note 2 Stuck in Boot Loop problem:
For Galaxy Note 2 Running on Stock ROM
Just follow the steps here for a quick fix:
Step 1 – Power Off the Device
Remove the battery of your phone so that it will turn off. Wait for at least 30 seconds before reinserting the battery.
Step 2 – Enter Recovery Mode
Press and hold down the Power, Home and Volume Down keys. Release the keys once you see that your phone enters Recovery Mode.
Step 3 – Perform Factory Reset
Select the “Wipe Data/Factory Reset” option. Note that this will completely wipe out all the data stored in your phone like the third-party apps that you have installed, pictures, videos and others.
Step 4 – Wipe Cache Partition
For a good measure, you can also select “Wipe Cache Partition”.
Step 5 – Reboot
Go back to the main menu of Recovery Mode and choose “Reboot System Now”.
For Rooted Galaxy Note 2
Repeat steps 1 and 2 above then proceed with these steps:
Step 1 – Wipe Dalvik Cache
Assuming you are already in CWM Recovery Mode, go to Advanced. Then, select Wipe. Next, choose “Dalvik Cache”.
Step 2 – Wipe Cache
Go to “Mounts & Storage” and then select the “Wipe Cache” option.
Step 3 – Reboot Device
Go back to the main menu and choose the option that will let you reboot your device.
Step 4 – Optional
If your phone still fails to reboot successfully, perform the same steps before rebooting again.
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