Booting problems are often caused by firmware issues and the same is true with a Samsung Galaxy Note 8 that cannot continue starting up because it’s stuck in a boot loop. This problem is often occur when the phone is booting up and you would know your phone has it if it reboots a few
Display issues in mobile devices like screen flickering can be attributed to software errors or hardware damage. The latter could be the underlying cause if there were previous instances of hard falls or liquid exposure on the device. But if the screen flickering problem suddenly occurs, then it could be due to a system malfunction.
Instagram, being one of the most popular apps in the Google Play Store, is well-developed and maintained and if there are problems with it, they would be minimal and oftentimes easy to fix. However, some of the owners of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 have been complaining about the app that reportedly keeps on crashing.
Wifi problems on Android devices are common and one of the most reported issue on the #GalaxyNote8 line is about wifi functionality totally failing to work. For this reason, we decide to write a short troubleshooting guide for you in case you’ll encounter this problem in your own Note 8. This guide covers whether your
Your Samsung Galaxy Note 8 actually has two pre-installed web browser; the Internet and Chrome. The former comes with firmware and may have been modified by Samsung while the latter is one of Google’s mandatory apps that should come with every Android device. The error message “Unfortunately, Chrome has stopped” is clearly notifying you that
The two most common ways for your Samsung Galaxy Note 8 to have Internet connectivity is either through network or mobile data or via Wi-Fi. There might be other ways to get internet but you need to learn how to manage these two as they’re the most important and probably the easiest way to get
UPDATE: We’ve published another post that tackles the black screen of death but this time we know what works and what not. Visit Fixing Samsung Galaxy Note 8 with Black Screen of Death (easy steps) for the solution to this problem. The Black Screen of Death (BSoD) is one of the most dreaded problems among Samsung
The Camera in your Samsung Galaxy Note 8 comprises both the app and the sensor; when you open the app, the hardware also initializes. When you encounter a problem, it’s possible that it’s just an issue with the app or the hardware or both. It’s difficult to pinpoint what the problem really is that’s why
There are times when a phone starts to drain its battery quickly. In fact, some owners of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 have contacted us regarding this problem. We really don’t know for sure why it’s happening but we’ve already encountered similar issues in the past so it’s not really the first time we’re dealing
Charging issues are oftentimes more complicated than any other power issues and premium phones like the Samsung Galaxy Note8 are among the list of devices that often encounter these problems. It’s not due to their hardware but due to some unknown reason or causes and since the phone is still new, it may take a
Every time the camera is opened on your Samsung Galaxy Note 8 or any Android device on that matter, the firmware, hardware, services and some apps will work in-sync. If one of them fails to do what it’s designed to do, errors may occur and one of those error messages you may get is “Camera
“SIM card not inserted” error is usually caused by bad SIM card or improperly inserted one. However, there can also be other reasons why it would pop up. In this post, we cover “SIM card not inserted” error on the #GalaxyNote8 so we hope you’ll get something out of it. Before we proceed, we want to
Device issues depicted by symptoms of unresponsiveness or being stuck on certain screens and infinite boot loops usually denote serious errors in the internal memory or system structure. Data corruption, software bugs and malware afflicting certain apps and system functions are also among the possible culprits. Such problems usually occur on aged devices as wear-and-tear
Connectivity issues are among the most annoying problems any smartphone owners may encounter. Some of our readers that own the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 have contacted us regarding network related issues that, according to them, occurred after an update or started without any apparent reason or cause. Slow or no connection at all is just