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I was having an issue with my Galaxy S8, so I factory reset it after backing up the entire data. But, when the phone rebooted, it stuck on the Samsung logo for quite a long time. I don't want my phone to become a paperweight since I purchased this only a year ago. Can you give you me any suggestions

Don't panic if you encountered this error. We will mention some reasons for this problem and also give some effective solutions to fix it. Read on this article to fix phone stuck on Samsung logo after factory reset issue.

Step 2: Now open the program and click on Start on the home page. You will need to download the appropriate firmware version to fix this issue. So, enter your Samsung device details and choose all the options correctly. Now click Download Firmware.

The firmware will be downloaded and the software will be extracted by this tool automatically. The information will be displayed on the screen. If it is correct, click on Start and proceed with the next step. Don't proceed if the information is incorrect.

For fixing device stuck on Samsung logo after factory reset issue, we offer effective solutions to it and please refer to them given in this guide. If you are facing any issue with your Samsung device, let us know via the comment section below.

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If Samsung Galaxy S8 has successfully booted in safe mode and functioned properly, there is big chance that it is a third-party app that should be credited in this problem. Try to uninstall the application that is suspicious. I suggest you to begin with the software that you downloaded not long before Samsung Galaxy S8 stuck on logo screen.

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Match it to the model number shown on the back cover of the phone (SM-G9xx for example) or model number shown in download mode which you can access if you keep holding power + volume down + home until you get to light blue screen.

Brother! I understand the problem but my problem is even worse! My phone wont even boot to download mode or either recovery mode. If i plug it on my pc it only will boot-loop constantly! i hope i can find a solution here!

So my Samsung Galaxy SM-G925P is showing custom binary blocked by frp (in red color) I tried to force it into download mode. After pressing power, volume down and the home button. The blue screen displays but volume up or down wont go either up or down to select the download mode and I won't be able to activate using the power button. Even, whenever I try to power on the phone, nothing will come up but the custom binary blocked by frp.

T580UE(U4)CSC1. The U4 in parentheses signifies the binary or bootloader. Repair Files also called Combination Files can be found here with samsung devices. They take hours to download. 4File firmware contains a BL, AP, CSC and a Home CSC file. Use Odin3 and place each file in their respective places. Be advised the CSC file will wipe all your application data. If you wish to keep your application data use the CSC Home File. Should flashing these files with Odin3 fail to work you need to search for th


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