There are rare instances where you will receive the error message “Unfortunately Samsung Galaxy has Stopped”. This could be because of an error in the software that has not yet been solved.
A simple and quick fix is to just factory reset your Galaxy S9 or S9 Plus in order to fix this error problem. There are pros and cons however to this solution even though the problem will most likely be solved most of the time. The Con is that you may lose data in the process. The next solution that you can try is to clear your cache. We have a guide that can show you how here.
The error message “Unfortunately Samsung Galaxy has stopped” sometimes means that a particular app is not working the way it should. If this is the case there is no need to do a factory reset or clear cache. Instead, go for reinstalling or uninstalling an app.
Fixing the Galaxy S9 “Unfortunately Samsung Galaxy Has Stopped” Error
- Turn On your device
- Go to the Application Manager once you are in Settings
- Scroll to all Apps by swiping left
- Find “Samsung Galaxy”
- You have to clear the cache and then the data
- Your Galaxy S9 should be reset by now
After following, steps above you should be able to fix the “Unfortunately Samsung Galaxy has Stopped” error on your Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus.