432 Today we show you how Force a reboot on the Samsung Galaxy S9 . And is that you buy…
Today we show you how Force a reboot on the Samsung Galaxy S9 . And is that you buy a smartphone of 800 euros (or more), your screen looks great, sweeps with all the performance tests, your photos are magnificent and its design attracts the eyes there where you go.
Your life is happy and you can not be more proud of your brand new phone, yes, until the day comes when you cross the cable and suddenly gets more frozen than Tarzan in the north pole.
Smartphones usually go through many tests and tests, especially if they belong to renowned brands; But even in the case of the most leading phones and the most gigantic companies, mistakes are sometimes made.
And it is that every so often it is inevitable to find small bugs in the firmware of a phone that make it can stop responding. Either by too intensive use, by a poorly programmed application or simply because the god of technology that day is in a bad mood, even a device like the Galaxy S9 or his brother, the S9 Plus , it may stop responding.
If you find yourself in this situation, do not worry, since the Galaxy have a community of users behind them that will help you bring your smartphone back to life, and above all, because with these simple steps , it is very possible that everything stays in a scare.
To force a reboot on the Samsung Galaxy S9 you just have to press the power button located on the right side at the same time as the control to lower the volume , which is located on the left side of the device, just above the controversial Bixby button. Of course, you’ll have to hold both buttons pressed for a total of 10 seconds , since otherwise, we will be trying to make a simple screen capture, which at that moment, as is logical, will not work.
After performing these steps, our Samsung Galaxy S9 or S9 Plus will come back to life without asking questions and causing our heart rate to return to normal levels. This method usually works in the vast majority of cases, and if not, it is more than likely that the phone’s firmware has been damaged, so you will have to think about installing a new ROM, for which there are many tutorials in network. We hope that is not the case.