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‘Unfortunately System UI Has Stopped’ Error On Galaxy S8 And Galaxy S8+ Plus – Solved

It is possible that although a number of users are having a good time with their Samsung Galaxy S8+ Plus smartphones, some of us are still facing some issues such as the ‘Unfortunately UI has stopped’ error. Since this is turning out to be a common issue these days, it is important that we provide some real solution.

Are you facing this particular problem, well, I know it has been frustrating you but you can sigh with relief now that you are in the right place. Read further ahead to learn how to solve this problem. I shall provide you with a step by step procedure of how to tackle this issue. Some explanations will also be in order.

So what causes this issue? There are a number of reasons why this could be happening on your smartphone. Some these could be firmware updates that could result to your phone being messed up. Although app developers usually try their level best to come up with latest apps, sometimes they just can’t keep up with the pace at which Android firmware keep on updating.

As a result these developers’ third party apps end up causing errors such as the one in this guide. And you have to keep in mind that your Galaxy S8 smartphone is designed to be water resistant and not waterproof. Due to this fact, any liquid damage to your device could result in some of the components being affected.

 

Steps to fixing the ‘Unfortunately System UI has stopped’ error

  1. Ensure your smartphone has not suffered from any sort of a liquid damage. To be sure of this, you need to remove the SIM card tray. Check inside SIM slot and you will see a sticker. If the sticker has turned color to either purple, pink or red, then you can be sure that your Galaxy S8+ Plus surely suffered from liquid. However, you can rule out the possibility of a liquid damage if the sticker is white in color.
  2. You can also try to reboot your smartphone.
  3. If the error only appeared as soon as you performed a firmware update, you should consider checking your system cache which could be affected by the update. For this reason you need to get rid of it.
  4. Switch off your Samsung Galaxy S8
  5. Long press the power button, volume up and home keys simultaneously.
  6. As soon as the Samsung Galaxy S8 logo comes on, let go of the power button but do not release the volume up and the home button
  7. Only release both of the two remaining keys when the Android logo appears.
  8. You can use the Volume down key to browse through the options and highlight the option that reads, ‘wipe cache partition’
  9. Using the power button, select the highlighted choices
  10. Highlight Yes with the volume down key and press power button to choose this option.
  11. Give the phone some minutes to finish the procedure and reboot your phone
  12. You can rule out the chances of apps crashing on your smartphone and causing this error by uninstalling the particular app. You can do tht by following the steps as outlined below;
  13. From your homescreen, click on the apps icon
  14. Click on Settings
  15. Tap on Applications then click on Application manager
  16. Swipe to view All tabs then,
  17. Locate and click on the particular apps
  18. First, touch on Force close
  19. Now tap on Storage
  20. From here, clear the cache and clear data and Delete.

 

 

The other option is to perform a hard reset your flagship Galaxy S8 using this detailed procedure and remember to backup all your data and files saved in the phone’s internal storage because this procedure will clear everything on the phone.

If by any chance, the problem you are experiencing results from a complex hardware glitch, you must take the smartphone to a Samsung technician as soon as possible.

 

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