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How To Fix Snapchat App That Keeps Crashing On Galaxy S8 And Galaxy S8+ Plus

If you do own a Samsung Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8+ Plus you may notice that the Snapchat app keeps crashing although you may not have experienced prior issues. For those that have encountered this problem, the solutions provided in this article will help you a lot.

The best alternative however, would be to take the smartphone to a Samsung outlet and have it repaired or replaced while the warranty still lasts. Save money by utilizing the warranty provided by Samsung if your phone gets damaged beyond repair and needs replacing. If your Samsung Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8+ Plus keeps on freezing, restarting or shutting down, you need to have the Samsung Support check it out.


What to do when the Android OS keeps restarting Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ Plus

Installing a new firmware might cause your Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8+ Plus to restarting randomly. You need to perform a factory reset in order to fix this problem. The guide in this link will show you how to factory reset the Galaxy S8+ Plus.

Whenever you have to reset factory in order to fix a randomly restarting smartphone, make sure you have all your data backed up beforehand. The factory reset wipes every data on your smartphone and thus you run the risk of losing your important files.


Start your Samsung Galaxy S8 in Safe Mode

The Safe Mode sets your smartphone into an environment which will permit you to remove bugs and uninstall unresponsive apps without any risk. The Safe Mode also comes in handy when your applications suddenly stop working as well as if your Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8+ Plus smartphone restarts randomly. The guide below will teach you how to start your Samsung Galaxy in the Safe Mode. A detailed guide showing how to turn the Safe Mode on or off on your Galaxy S8+ Plus is provided here.

  1. Turn off your Galaxy S8+ Plus
  2. Press and hold the Power button to reboot the Galaxy S8+ Plus
  3. The screen will activate and the Samsung logo will be displayed, at this point, quickly press and hold the Volume down button until you see the query to enter the SIM pin.
  4. The Safe Mode field will show up at the bottom left of the screen.



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