How to Fix Boot Loop After Upgrade Samsung Android Devices. Boot Loop comes after you upgraded or updated your Samsung firmware but this is not happened to all of Samsung devices after update their firmwares. If you got this case, don’t be panic.
It really easy to solve it. You only need to do factory reset or hard reset your device using external hardware keys. Remember you can not perform a hard reset from Settings menu because you can not enter the system normally.
How to hard reset your Samsung device using external hardware keys. Most of Samsung Android device have the same way to perform a hard reset. First, you need to enter Recovery Mode ( Android System Recovery ) by pressing combination of the keys together.
If you can not turn power off normally or the battery is non removable, you can do force shut down: Press and hold volume down key + Home key ( Bixby key ), while pressing these keys press and hold power key. Release all keys when the screen goes blank.
Entering Samsung Devices Recovery Mode:
- Turn off the device ( doing force shutdown if you can turn power off normally or the battery is non removable )
- Press and hold Volume UP key + Home Key
- While pressing these keys then press and hold Power key for a while
- Release all key when Android or Samsung logo appear then you will see Android System Recovery
- Use Volume keys to select Menu
- Use Power key to Confirm
- In Recovery Mode select wipe data / factory reset
- Press Power key to confirm
- Select Yes — delete all user data, press power key to confirm
- select Reboot system now to finish hard reset
Perform a hard reset will fix your Boot Loop. I often do this when got boot loop. So don’t be panic, that you need to do is entering Recovery Mode and perform a hard reset.
Warning! If you perform a hard reset, make sure to back up important data. The data can not be recovered after perform a hard reset. If you forgot your unlock pattern, It will remove your forgotten pattern unlock.