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How To Fix Common Samsung Phone Problems: Fix Android Stuck in a Reboot Loop

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I just made a video on YouTube about how to fix your Android phone stuck in bootloop. I also give you realistic options for when you're addicted to your cell phone and in desperate need of help. If a reboot loop is all your android can do, then you might want to watch the video.

Method 1: Try to Restart your Phone

To restart your Android device, press and hold the Power button for a few seconds. This will reboot your device; the process may take a few minutes. Once you see the home screen again, your Android device should be working normally.

Method 2: Force Restart Your Device

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If resetting your Android device does not solve the problem, then try a force restart. To do this, press and hold the Power and Volume Down buttons for about 10 to 20 seconds. When you let go of the buttons, the screen will turn off. Wait for it to reappear before releasing the other key. If you still have trouble with your phone after doing this, then you might want to try a factory reset.

Method 3: Factory Reset Your Android Device

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Your phone should now be reset to factory settings. If you continue having issues with the phone rebooting looping, please contact the manufacturer of your device.

Method 4: Remove SD Card From Android Device

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If your Android phone keeps restarting, try this: Remove the SD card and SIM card. Power off the phone and then power it on again (or) restart the phone. If that solves the problem, there was something wrong with your SD card. Replace it from a retail store if necessary.

Method 5: Wipe Cache Partition in Recovery Mode

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To delete all the cache files present on your Android phone, you need to go into Recovery Mode. Once in Recovery Mode, select Wipe Cache Partition from the list of options.

Method 6: Enable Safe Mode in Android

If your device freezes and restarts over and over again, press and hold the Volume down button when you see the device logo. The Safe mode will then be activated. From there, you can uninstall any unwanted app that might have been the cause of this problem.


We hope that this guide was helpful and that you were able to fix your Android device. If you have any questions or comments about this article, please feel free to post them in the comment section below.


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