Even though we use smart phones with the latest technology in it, they still can cause some issues, making our life miserable.
One common problem faced by Android users is that the phone gets stuck on boot loop. This means that the user will be able to boot the device, but it will go into an endless loop after the Android logo appears. It will be annoying when you don’t have any idea about this issue.
The phone can get stuck on boot loop without any reason. But commonly it occurs after rooting your phone or factory resetting it. If your Android phone stuck on boot screen after factory reset, follow this guide carefully for solving this issue.
When your Android phone is not turning on or is stuck on a boot loop, you won’t be able to use your phone. The reasons for this issue can be some suspicious apps or your device is infected with malware.
No matter what is the reason, in this post we have brought some simple solutions for fixing this problem. You can easily follow the steps even if you are not tech-savvy.
If your device is stuck on boot loop, first try to restart it by pressing the power button. Most of the issues can get solved just by rebooting the device.
If you are using a phone with a removable battery, then try to turn off the phone and remove the battery. If possible, remove the external memory card and the SIM card from your device. After a few minutes, put everything back into their slots and try to turn on the phone. This method solves various issues faced by the Android phone.
On continuous usage of the phone, your Android phone gets filled with unnecessary cache data. The cache data can also be the reason for this issue. So, you need to wipe the cache partition in order to turn on your phone successfully.
Step 1: Press and hold the Power button and Volume Up button together for a few seconds. In some models, you also need to press the Home button.
Step 2: When you see the manufacturer’s logo on the screen, leave all the buttons except volume up button. The Android logo with an exclamation mark will be seen.
Step 3: Use Volume down or volume up keys to navigate to “Wipe Cache Partition”. Now, use the power button to select it. The process will get completed in a few minutes.
Step 4: Use the volume keys to choose Wipe Data/Factory Reset. Press the power button to confirm and to start the process. Your device should restart normally after the process completes.
If your phone is getting into an endless boot loop, the problem might lie in the apps installed on your device. So, you can put your device in safe mode.
When you turn on your phone in safe mode, all the third-party applications will be disabled. If you have a doubt that the issue is caused by any newly installed app on your phone, just try this method.
Step 1: Long press power button until the manufacturer’s logo appears. As soon as it appears, leave power button and press the volume down button.
Step 2: The device will reboot automatically and then choose “Restart in Safe mode”. Now check and uninstall third-party apps that are suspicious.
We know that in this situation your Android phone stuck on boot screen after factory reset but try to factory reset the device again to settle this issue.
Step 1: Go to the Recovery mode on your device.
Step 2: Use volume keys to choose Wipe Data/Factory Reset and press the power button to confirm. The process will begin immediately.
Step 3: When the resetting process is completed, the Android phone will restart automatically. When you factory reset your device, all the contents will be erased and all the settings will be set to default manufacturer’s settings.
If the problem is not getting solved even after trying the methods given above, you need to use professional software to fix your phone. There are many professional programs available for fixing this issue on Android phone. iMyFone Fixppo for Android is one of them to fix various Android system problems and it will come soon.
Most of the methods given in this guide will erase the data of your device. Once you lose the data, it can be tough to restore back to your device. So, it is important to back up the data before trying any method for fixing this issue.
Step 1: Open Settings -> Backup and reset.
Step 2: Tap on “Back up my data” switch and add the Google account. The data will be backed up in a few minutes depending on the size.
Fixing this issue is not tough if you view the methods and follow the steps carefully. Let us know in the comment section below which method works for you. Don’t forget to share this article and help your friends.
By Robert Moore , to Android Issues
Posted on Jun 13, 2019 ( Updated: Jun 13, 2019 )