How To Fix Galaxy S8 stuck in bootloop

Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus are out all across the globe. These devices are helping Samsung recover all the loss that the Galaxy Note 7 caused. Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus are true beasts and the most powerful smartphones of the year 2017, at least for now. With these phones out, the development of custom recoveries, custom ROMs, and root access has already started. Many Android enthusiasts who have got this phone, they will definitely tweak the phone right away.

There is nothing wrong with tweaking/modifying your phone as long as you know what you are doing. At times, certain issues come up which are a little hard to resolve. One such issue is the bootloop issue. While customizing your device, it gets stuck in the bootloop. Upon turning it on, it doesn’t go ahead of that Samsung logo on the screen or it just keeps restarting itself from that Samsung logo screen. This is not necessarily an issue which happens upon trying to modify your device, this is entirely a random issue.

Now if your Galaxy S8 or S8 Plus has been stuck in the bootloop, there is a handful of solutions that you can apply to fix the device. Have a look on all these methods now to fix Galaxy S8 stuck in bootloop.

Fix Galaxy S8 stuck in bootloop: Wipe cache partition

Wiping cache partition fixes this issue most of the times. Here’s how you will wipe the cache partition of your Galaxy S8 or the S8 Plus.

  1. Turn off your phone completely.
  2. Turn it on now while pressing and holding Bixby + Volume Up + Power key. This will take your phone to the recovery mode.
  3. In recovery mode, navigate to the “Wipe cache partition” option using Volume down key. Then press the Power key to make a selection.
  4. In the next screen, use volume down to navigate to the Yes option and press power key to apply it.
  5. Restart your phone now and it should boot up fine.

Fix Galaxy S8 stuck in bootloop: Wipe factory data reset

  1. Turn off your phone completely.
  2. Turn it on now while pressing and holding Bixby + Volume Up + Power key. This will take your phone to the recovery mode.
  3. In recovery mode, navigate to the “Wipe factory data reset” option using Volume down key. Then press the Power key to make a selection.
  4. In the next screen, use volume down to navigate to the Yes option and press power key to apply it.
  5. Restart your phone now and it should boot up fine.

Fix Galaxy S8 stuck in bootloop: Flash stock firmware

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  • simrin aysha

    Thanks

  • Erick Álvarez

    Hi! in my case I can’t turn the phone off, every time that i charge it, automatically turns on and then the bootloop begins, and the only way to turn the screen of is to wait that the batery dies. What shall I do?

    • @erick_lvarez:disqus Flash a stock firmware on the phone.

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