If you see this message with “Logging service stopped” on Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9 Plus, you clearly have no idea what it means. After all, how many Samsung users have heard of the Logging services except for, of course, those who actually bumped into this error?
Naturally, when you don’t know what it means, it’s hard to even think how to fix it. But that’s why you have us, to assure you that this is a system application that has been reported to trigger this error with the latest firmware. Most likely, you’ve recently been through a firmware update and that’s when the message started to show up.
It won’t take you long before you will realize that the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus logging service error is here to stay. You might make it go away for now, but expect it to pop up once again, soon after that.
Here’s How To Fix Logging Service Error On Galaxy S9 And Galaxy S9 Plus…
- Go to the Home Screen of your Galaxy S9;
- Open its Menu to reach to the Settings corner;
- Select the Applications menu;
- Next, select the Application Manager submenu;
- Tap on the More button from the upper-right corner of the Application Manager;
- Select the option that will empower the device to Show System Applications;
- In the list that will extend, identify the Logging Service;
- Select this option and use the Force Stop option;
- Once you’ve stopped the app, go to Storage and tap on Delete Data;
- Finally, Tap on Clear Cache and restart the phone when it’s over.
Do not worry, you haven’t disabled or deleted this system app, you have simply cleared its cache data. Once the Galaxy S9 reboots, you will not see the Logging Service Stopped error on Samsung Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9 Plus anymore.