A smartphone that gets stuck on logo or won’t boot up successfully is most likely having a problem with its firmware. Firmware-related issues are actually common and pretty annoying as it affects the performance and your usage habit. However, they’re not really that serious and you can always fix them. In this post, I will
When a high-end smartphone like the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus gets stuck on logo or won’t continue to boot up, it’s often an issue with the firmware although it won’t tell us immediately if it’s serious or not. But here’s the thing, if this problem occurs when you’re using your phone normally, then it’s probably
When it comes to problems that occur while the phone is booting up, we can always attribute them to firmware issues but there are times when they’re triggered by something else. Some of our readers who have the Samsung Galaxy A5 contacted us regarding the problem wherein the phone gets stuck on the logo while
Some of our readers who own the Samsung Galaxy S8 reported that their devices, new as they are, got stuck on the logo during boot up. While we’ve seen cases wherein this problem occurred due to hardware issues, most of the time it concerns the firmware. As long as the phone can power up its
A Samsung Galaxy J7 that gets stuck on the logo during boot up may be experiencing a serious firmware issue, although it might also be a sign of a minor app-related problem. We’ve also encountered cases wherein the phone couldn’t continue booting up due to a hardware problem that’s preventing the system from working properly.
Getting stuck on the logo while booting up is a sign of a firmware issue but whether or not it’s serious or minor, we have to dig deeper to know. We have received a lot of complaints from the owners of the Samsung Galaxy J3 that have experienced this kind of problem. According to many
When your Samsung Galaxy J5 won’t turn on, a hardware issue might have something to do with it but when it gets stuck on the boot screen or won’t start up normally, then it might be a firmware issue. But the thing is, we won’t know what the problem really is if we don’t troubleshoot
Regardless of the technical specifications of your Android phone, it may still encounter booting problems as they are often due to some firmware issues. Such is the case with some of our readers who own the Samsung Galaxy Note 8. According to them, their phones get stuck on the Samsung logo while they’re booting up.
The Samsung Galaxy S9 is Samsung’s best smartphone yet and it’s a refinement and improvement of all its predecessors that packs very impressive hardware specifications and features. While it’s not free of problems and errors, you can reset assured that you may encounter fewer than what other smartphone owners may experience. But the point is,
A smartphone like the Samsung Galaxy A50 with pretty impressive hardware specs that gets stuck on logo and won’t continue booting up may have some problem with its firmware. That’s always been the case with similar issues we’ve encountered in the past and while it may seem like a serious problem, most of the time,
When it comes to boot problems, the firmware has always something to do with them and that’s a fact. The most common signs is when the phone cannot continue booting up and is stuck on the logo. Such is the case with some of our readers that own the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus. Some of
Some Samsung Galaxy J5 owners have contacted us about the problem wherein the phone gets stuck on the Samsung logo while it’s powering up. More often than not, this problem must only be in the firmware because if hardware issues that affect the phone’s power capability often results to the device not being able to
When your Samsung Galaxy Note 5 (#Samsung #GalaxyNote5) gets stuck on the logo during boot up, it’s a firmware problem. It may be just a glitch or a result of failed firmware flashing. This problem is common to people who install custom ROMs and modified firmware. For stock users, it might happen after an update.
Here’s one problem that’s been haunting Samsung Galaxy Note 5 (#GalaxyNote5, #Note5) owners after the Marshmallow update–device is stuck on the Samsung logo during boot up or keeps rebooting. But just to make things a bit clearer here, being stuck during boot up is totally different from constant reboot and there are several factors that
The Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Android Nougat update has recently been rolled out but some of our readers are already complaining since their phones are now stuck in bootloop while others reported theirs cannot boot up successfully. We have already addressed similar issues before and there might be some similarities to some of the issues
Firmware updates are supposed to fix bugs, glitches and other problems reported by owners. However, the recent Android 6.0.1 #Marshmallow (Android M) update for the #Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge (#S6Edge) caused a lot of problems like freezing, lagging, slowing down, constant reboots, stuck on boot loop and other performance related issues. In this post, I
Booting up is a complicated thing and it becomes even more complicated with high-end devices like the #Samsung Galaxy S7 (#GalaxyS7) as there are a lot of apps and services that will be loaded and initialized together with the firmware and all its core services not to mention the hardware components that need to be
Since Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge (#S7Edge) was released lots of complaints we received from our readers saying that their device randomly restarts without apparent reason. Even though we already tackled this issue from our previous articles, we need to discuss it again because there are users who are still complaining about it and sending us
How to troubleshoot a #Samsung #Galaxy S7 Edge (#S7Edge) that can’t successfully boot up as it gets stuck on the logo. The problem started after a firmware update, which suggests the new system is the culprit. Learn how to fix an S7 Edge that randomly restarts on its own without apparent reason. The issue also
When a high-end smartphone like the Samsung Galaxy S9 won’t boot up completely and gets stuck on the logo, you can almost expect you’re facing a firmware issue especially if it occurred shortly after an update. We have readers who contacted us regarding this problem and it so happened that the said issue started after