Many of those who own a Samsung Galaxy S8 smartphone must have experienced the ‘”unfortunately Samsung Galaxy Has Stopped” error. A software error which needs fixing is the root cause of this error. Generally you can fix this error by carrying out a Galaxy S8 factory reset.
Although this process works quite effectively, you will end up losing lots of your data that you failed to back up as well as your customization options. If the factory reset does not work, consider clearing the cache of your Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8+ Plus smartphone. To learn more about clearing cache read this guide on how to clear the cache on Galaxy S8
If you own the Samsung Galaxy S8, you might be facing another problem: The error “Unfortunately Samsung Galaxy has stopped’ might be related to a specific app and not the smartphone itself.
You do not have to uninstall and reinstall the app, what we usually recommend is fixing the crashing apps issues without necessarily resetting the factory.
Fixing “unfortunately Samsung has stopped’ error on Galaxy S8 smartphone
- Power on your Galaxy S8 smartphone
- Go to the settings menu and locate the Application manager
- Swipe to the left so as to bring all the app into view
- Browse for the Samsung Galaxy among all apps
- Clear the cache, then clear data
- Reset your Samsung Galaxy S8 smartphone