Fixing Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Crashing And Freezing

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is a device that is known for its powerful hardware and is known as one of the best Smartphones of 2017. This phone can run any app or game smoothly without any problems at all. However, there have been several reports that the Galaxy Note 8 keeps freezing and crashing regardless of the app that they run.

These issues are some of the problems you may experience sooner or later because the more you use the device, the more caches and data accumulated, and these files often get corrupted for some reason. It is important you update your Note 8 to the latest software update, but if your device continues to crash and freeze after the software update, below, we’ll explain how to fix the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 crashing and freezing issues.

 

Delete bad apps to fix crashing problem

Samsung Smartphones can’t repair the instability of third-party apps so before you install apps on your Note 8; it’s recommended you first read people reviews of the app that give you problem in the Google Play Store to know if others users experience the same challenges. Some of these apps may sometimes cause the Samsung Note 8 to crash, and it’s down to the developer to improve and fix their app. If the developer didn’t repair the app, it’s recommended you delete the wrong app.

 

Factory reset Samsung Galaxy Note 8

You need to carry out a factory data reset to resolve the freezing and crashing issues if you can’t identify the Samsung Note 8 problem. It’s important to back up your device before performing the factory reset because you will lose all saved data and applications, including your Google account. You can read this guide on how to factory reset the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.

 

Memory problem 

Your apps may start to freeze and crash if you don’t restart your Galaxy Note 8 in several days due to a memory glitch. You could solve that problem by turning the Note 8 on and off. You can also follow the below steps:

  1. From the Home screen Apps, Touch Manage Applications
  2. Touch the application that keeps crashing
  3. Click on Clear Data to clear all Cache

 

It’s due to a lack of memory

You have to free up your internal memory by uninstalling any unused app or deleting some media files because not having enough memory on your device may cause your apps not to function well.

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