How to Fix Samsung Galaxy Phones Freezing, Switch Off & Common Problems

How to Fix Samsung Galaxy Phones Freezing issues, restart issues

Know how to fix Samsung Galaxy Phones freezing or switching off automatically giving errors or lags and running slowly using the simple guide given below.

Samsung Galaxy S5 is a wonderful smartphone launched by the Korean giant. Dubbed “Made for Life” it’s available in more than 150 countries via 327 different telecom networks.

Even though you have the #1 Android phone of 2018, you might face some issues with it. These issues are not necessarily faced by all but some may face it.

Fix Samsung Galaxy Phones Issues

The common issues faced on all Galaxy phones are mentioned below and we try to resolve these issues with steps and that work for all the carrier’s Galaxy S9 variants of Verizon, Sprint, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Bell.

Your Samsung Galaxy Phones performance is hindered by the following issues –
  • Runs Slowly
  • Freezes from time to time
  • Restarts automatically
  • Switches off automatically
  • Throws Error Messages
  • Unable to update/install a specific app
If you are facing all or any one of these issues then try to complete these tasks and see if the issues are fixed step by step. If it’s not fixed then move to the next step in order.
Although Galaxy S9, Note 9 is one of the most powerful smartphones in the industry right now, it’s sad that it lags and freezes randomly. But the thing is that the device has a lot of bloatware and other Samsung services which eat up too much RAM and TouchWiz UI creates lot many problems.

The following troubleshooting that you can do –

  • Disable or remove all the bloatware apps that you don’t use.
  • Optimize TouchWiz UI for faster loading.
  • Close all the apps running in the background.
  • Reboot your device atleast once a day.
  • Clear the cache and data of the most frequent apps.

If this problem still persists you have to do a factory reset on your phone after backing up the data.

Samsung Galaxy Phones Factory Reset

Soft reset on any Android phone deletes any temporary files which is causing issues. Follow the instructions mentioned below –
  • Go to Settings.
  • Navigate User and Backup.
  • Now under General select Backup and Reset.
  • Hit Factory Data Reset.
  • Then hit Reset Device.
  • Now hit Delete All.
  • Confirm the action.
That will fix the freezing issues on Galaxy S5 and if the problem persists then it might be the malware issue. So install some of the antivirus apps, we suggest McAfee as it is available for free download via Play Store.
You can view phone specifications and compare them with other mobiles at Samsung’s new phones. Just select the device and then click on “Compare” to add another product/phone.

This post was last modified on December 21, 2023 7:36 PM

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