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How To Fix “Unfortunately, Your Calendar Storage Has Stopped” On Galaxy NOTE 9

How To Fix “Unfortunately, Your Calendar Storage Has Stopped” On Galaxy NOTE 9

If the ‘’unfortunately, your Calendar Storage has stopped’’ error appears on your Samsung Galaxy Note 9, this indicates that there is a software error on your device. It probably isn’t the first time you are battling a software error.

One of the issues with this particular error is that it won’t leave the display screen which makes it difficult to ignore. To clear your screen and remove the error message, there are two options that we suggest you try out in this particular order.

  1. Clear the cache and the data of the Calendar app;
  2. Factory reset the Samsung Galaxy S8 device.

The first option is very simple to accomplish. All you need to is head to the App menu, click on the Settings app, tap on the Application Manager option, click on Calendar and wipe the data and cache from there.

You should know that once you wipe the data and cache of your Calendar, all your calendar entries will be deleted alongside it. Truth be told, it’s not like you have options to pick from. The other method would be to remove the whole device data for your Galaxy NOTE 9 which brings us to the second part of this article.

To Perform A Factory Reset On Galaxy Note 9

  1. Turn off your Galaxy Note 9
  2. Click and hold down the Power, Volume Up, and Home buttons simultaneously
  3. When the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 text appears on the screen, let go of the power button
  4. Let go of all the other buttons when the Android logo boots
  5. Pause for about thirty to sixty seconds after booting the Android Recovery Mode before taking the next step
  6. Use the Volume Down key to navigate between options and use the Power Key to choose any option you want to use
  7. Use the keys to activate the Wipe Data/Factory Reset option
  8. Click on Yes to delete all user data
  9. After the data has been wiped, activate the Reboot System Now option
  10. Leave your phone to reboot by itself

When your Samsung Galaxy Note 9 turns back on, the activation screen that accompanies any brand new Galaxy Note 9 will appear. This confirms that you have indeed deleted all device data and you can now start configuring all deleted accounts and install any third party apps you lost.

The Calendar app should function properly now without any recurring error messages, and you can also decide to download a third-party calendar app.

With the factory reset, you can start afresh with your Galaxy Note 9 in a brand new way full of numerous possibilities.

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