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Fix Samsung Galaxy S9 And Galaxy S9 Plus Won’t Turn “ON” (Solution)

Have you ever encountered an issue with your Samsung Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9 Plus won’t turn on and panicked? Some users have reported that at times the keys light up but the display remains black when they try to switch on their phone and aren’t able to find a reason for it.

Easiest way is to rule out things that might be causing this black out. Is your battery drained out? Try connecting your smartphone to a power outlet and check, if your smartphone continues to show the black screen, maybe the battery isn’t an issue. Here in this article, we will maneuver through few methods that can resolve that your Samsung Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9 Plus won’t turn on.

 

Press The Power Button

Although it may seem like an innocuous solution but it is important to start with obvious solutions. Hold and press on the power button for some time to ensure that the issue is not on the powering end of your Samsung Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9 Plus smartphone. If this doesn’t resolve your issue, follow the other methods given below.

 

Rebooting To The Safe Mode

Sometimes the reason that your Samsung Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9 Plus smartphone shows non-responsive display can be one of the third party apps bugging your phone. To locate the problem and fix it, you must boot your Samsung Galaxy S9 to the ‘Safe Mode’ through the following steps.

  1. First, hold on to the Power button;
  2. Now press the Volume Down button on your Galaxy S9 smartphone;
  3. If you press it long enough, you’ll find an option that says ‘Safe Mode’, this will activate once you select the option and then wait for rebooting to finish.

 

Clearing Cache Partition And Rebooting The Device To Recovery Mode

You can easily boot your Samsung Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9 Plus smartphone through the given steps.

  1. First, hold on to the Power, Volume Up and the Home buttons simultaneously;
  2. Now, while you continue to hold on to the Volume Up and the Home Button, you can release the Power button as soon as your smartphone starts vibrating. You can release the two keys when you see Android Screen Recovery text on your smartphone’s display;
  3. Here you will find the option to clear the cache of your Samsung Galaxy S9 using the Volume Up button. Once the cache partition is cleared, your smartphone will reboot and you’re done!

 

If you want to understand other ways to clear the cache on your Samsung Galaxy S9, this will guide you on how to clear cache on the Galaxy S9.

 

Seeking Technical Support

If none of the above listed methods help you to resolve you Samsung Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9 Plus issues, the best way is to reach out to a service center and get a trained eye to look into your device and why your Samsung Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9 Plus won’t turn on .

 

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