Fix Samsung Galaxy Note 5 stuck on the logo during boot up

We’ve covered many issues of Galaxy Note 5 and yet again there is a new issue causing lot of heat, Samsung Galaxy Note 5 stuck on the logo during boot up. Most of the users got this error after Marshmallow update, Galaxy is stuck on the Samsung logo during boot up or keeps rebooting. Let’s fix Galaxy Note 5 stuck on the Samsung logo.

Read more: How To Fix Blurry Pictures and Video On Samsung Galaxy Note 5.

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Fix Samsung Galaxy Note 5 stuck on the logo during boot up:

Comments from peoples:

My phone is stuck in the power up mode. It will display the “Samsung Galaxy Note 5 – Powered by Android,” then start to display the Samsung logo with the circle around it, and go black…then start all over again over and over and over again. I’ve tried everything in the Maintenance Boot Mode except Factory Reset and USB Debug Mode, but it’s still looping. It was screen locked when this occurred, and I’ve read that you have to manually unlock it from the android device manager – but it’s not even recognizing the phone right now. Short of waiting for a fully charged battery to drain, is there anything else I can do?

Step1: Forced reboot your Note 5:

First you need to do is Press and hold the Volume Down and Power keys together and wait until your device restart.

Step2: Boot your Note 5 is Safe mode:

This step will help you a lot, by going into Safe mode successfully means that your device is having software issues.

  1. Turn off your Samsung Galaxy S6 and then press and hold power key.
  2. Now when you see Samsung logo, release the power button then press and hold volume down key.
  3. Don’t let go the volume down button until you’ll see the home screen and Safe Mode written on the lower left corner.

Read more: Update Galaxy Note 5 N920C To Official Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow XXU2BPB6 Firmware

Step3: Wipe cache partition:

  • Turn off the Note 5, now press and hold Volume up+Home+Power key.
  • Once your device vibrates, release the power button but keep pressing the volume up and home button.
  • Now when you see the recovery options, Tap on ‘wipe cache partition.’
  • Press the power button to select, Once the wipe process is completed go back and select ” Reboot Now “.

Step4: Do the master reset:

  • Turn off the Note 5, now press and hold Volume up+Home+Power key.
  • Once your device vibrates, release the power button but keep pressing the volume up and home button.
  • Now when you see the recovery options, Tap on ‘‘wipe data/factory reset’’
  • Press the power button to select, Once the wipe data process is completed go back and select ” Reboot Now “.

 

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