Samsung Galaxy smartphone or tablet keeps rebooting and got stuck on the loading screen? If so, your Samsung Galaxy device is stuck in Android Boot Loop. What are the possible causes of Android Boot Loop and how to fix Samsung phone/tablet that keeps rebooting? This is what we will discuss in this post.
Symptoms and Possible Reasons for Boot Loop on Samsung Galaxy Devices
The reasons might be anything. If you recently updated your Samsung Galaxy S6/S5 to Android 5.1 Lollipop, you may find your Samsung Galaxy S6 keeps rebooting randomly. Sometimes the Android device begins performing abnormally after installing a custom rom or mode.
The most obvious symptom to confirm whether your Samsung Android Smartphone is in Android Boot Loop is that the phone cannot fully boot up and stuck on the Samsung logo screen.
Steps to Resolve Android Boot Loop on Samsung Galaxy Phones
1. Power off your Samsung Galaxy phone and enter it into Android Recovery Mode
You can boot into recovery mode by pressing and holding Volume UP + Home + Power buttons simultaneously for a few seconds until you see the device model number appears on the screen; And then release the Power button but keep holding Volume Up and Home buttons.
2. In the recovery mode, you can use the Volume Up/Down to navigate between different options and find "Wipe data/factory reset", highlight it and press Power button to confirm your selection.
3. Go back to the main menu and select Reboot System Now to restart your phone.
If your Galaxy phones still suffers bootloop issue, then you can select "wipe cache partition" in the recovery mode menu.
The steps above should do the trick to get your Android phones out of boot loop.
Note: All data in your Samsung phones will be wiped after factory reset. If you have no backup, you need Android Data Recovery software to retrieve the lost messages, contacts, photos, or other files.
Steps to Fix Boot Loop Issues on Rooted Android Devices
1. Remove the Battery from your device or power it off if the battery is unremovable.
2. Reboot your Samsung phone or tablet into Custom Recovery Mode by pressing and holding Volume Up + Home + Power keys at the same time.
3. Go to Advanced > wipe dalvik cache and reboot your device.
The aforementioned three steps should resolve the boot loop, but if not, please navigate to Mounts & Storage > wipe data/factory reset or wipe cache partition and then reboot the system.
That is an entire guide to get rid of Android Bootloop on your Samsung Galaxy phones, rooted or not.