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How to fix Galaxy Note 4 that stuck in Recovery Mode

By: Noy-Noy | Saturday, March 31, 2018

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How to fix Galaxy Note 4 that stuck in Recovery Mode

Hello readers! In this post, I'll tackle one of the most common problems that Galaxy Note 4 users were always complaining for the past several years. Since, we are not sure what caused the device to stuck in Recovery mode, all we need to do is to isolate first the problem through performing the basic troubleshooting procedures before we can create a conclusion and determine why this issue occur. Here are the methods that we want you to do:


 Perform Forced Reboot/ Battery-pull procedure
Through this method, we have to refresh phone's memory and totally close all running applications that might triggering this issue to occur on your phone. Remove first the battery and press the Power key for 10 seconds to discharge all electricity stored in the hardware components. After you do so, place it back the battery and turn on your phone on to see if the issue still persists. If so, proceed to the next step.

 Bring your phone to the shop and let the Tech reflash your Galaxy Note 4
If the device still unable to get past in recovery mode, then, your Galaxy Note 4 may be having a serious firmware issue. The memory of the device might be corrupted or bugged and that's the reason why your device stuck in recovery mode. Although this issue has a big chance to be fixed by flashing ROM's phone through Odin, but if your not familiar with the procedure on how to do so, then, we suggest you to bring your Galaxy Note 4 to the tech and let them fix it for you.

I hope this helps.

 

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