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How to Fix Samsung Galaxy S7 Blue Screen Error

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Galaxy S7 blue screen error

Samsung Galaxy S7 was the most successful smartphone of the year, 2016. It came in two variants i.e, Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge and Samsung released both the devices with high-end specs. Galaxy S7 kept the Korean giant in the game even after the mishap that occurred with the flagship, Galaxy Note 7. However, all the great things apart, Galaxy S7 too couldn’t get away from the strange errors. In Galaxy S7’s case, some users have reported a blue screen error. Well, lately if you are facing the error too, don’t fret. Here we will help you fix Galaxy S7 blue screen error.

Users facing Galaxy S7 blue screen error have reported that their devices stuck and they couldn’t do anything about it. Well, first of all, the blue screen error is nothing new. It was first seen in Galaxy S4 and then appeared again in Galaxy S6. They even have a name for it, Blue Screen of Death (BSOD). When the blue screen error hits Galaxy S7, it freezes and that’s the most annoying thing. As mentioned, for your ease we have listed a couple of methods which will help you fix Galaxy S7 blue screen error. All you need is to follow the instructions carefully.

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Before you jump to the instructions, make sure to try little things like remove the SD card and then put it back and check if the Smart Switch is up to date. If you have tried all these things, get to the methods without further ado.

Boot in Safe Mode

In Safe mode, only pre-installed apps work. This will allow you to check if it’s the third-party app that is causing the issue. To boot in Safe Mode;

  1. Turn Off your Galaxy S7.
  2. Now Press and hold the Power key.
  3. When the phone restarts press Volume Down key. This will boot the device in Safe Mode.

Factory Reset to Fix Galaxy S7 Blue Screen Error

  1. Turn Off your Galaxy S7.
  2. Now Press and Hold Power + Volume Up + Home keys at the same time until Android appears on the screen.
  3. When it does, let go of the keys.
  4. Here, use Volume Up/Down keys to navigate to the wipe data/factory reset option.
  5. Use the Power key to select the option.
  6. You will be asked to confirm. Again use Volume Up/Down keys to navigate and Power to select Yes- delete all user data.
  7. Then use the Power key to select Reboot system now.

If you have questions related to the methods, let us know in the comments.

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