[Tips & Tricks] How to Reset Frozen Samsung Galaxy Tablet

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Did you recently encounter freezing issues on your Samsung Galaxy tablet? It is not common in Samsung tablets but it can happen occasionally. Some of our readers have reported this issue many times. This is annoying to most Samsung Galaxy tab users as they are not able to finish their daily tasks smoothly.

The best they can do is reset the tablet, but some of them even don't know the process to reset. So, they keep wondering how to reset the frozen Samsung Galaxy tablet. Now in order to help our readers and other tablet users, we will not only explain the steps to reset the device but also multiple solutions to prevent this issue.

Part 1. Top 4 Solutions to Reset Frozen Samsung Galaxy Tablet

No matter why your Samsung Galaxy tablet is freezing, these solutions will help you fix this problem effectively and safely.

2. Remove Battery
3. Force Restart
4.  Factory Reset
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Operating Difficulty
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What Issues Can Be Solved
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Solution 1. Rely on Professional Samsung Galaxy Tablet System Repair Software

When you have a frozen Samsung tablet, the possible reason might be the software issues on your device.  With the unknown software issues, you'd better use a professional system repair tool to solve this issue and prevent more loss.

Here iMyFone Fixppo for Android is highly recommended. It can fix all kinds of Android system issues on all Samsung tablets and phones. 

  • This Samsung system repair tool will offer the 100% success rate for repairing system issues with simple clicks.

  • You do not need any technical knowledge to use this Samsung Galaxy OS repair tool because all the simple instructions will be provided on the screen.

  • It is used and trusted by many authoritative websites across the world and they all have come to us with positive feedback. 

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Now we will show you how easy it is to use Fixppo for Android. Just follow the steps below to fix your frozen Samsung Galaxy tablet.

Step 1: Download and install Fixppo for Android on the computer and click on the Start button on the Home page.

Step 2: Provide the device details and click on Download Firmware to get the relevant firmware version for your tablet. The firmware will be downloaded and extracted automatically. Check the device information that is displayed on the screen and click on Start.

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Step 3: Next connect your Samsung Galaxy tablet to the computer. To fix the issue, you need to put your device in the Download mode.

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Step 4: As soon as the tablet enters the Download mode, the Samsung tablet freezing issue will be fixed automatically. Make sure that the device is not removed from the computer, else it can get bricked. After the process is over, the tablet will restart automatically.

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Fixppo for Android is also developed using the latest technology in its field. With the fastest repairing speed, this tool can fix the Samsung system issues quicker than you can imagine. Do not hesitate to try the free trial version now!

Solution 2. Remove Battery

When your Samsung Galaxy tablet freezes suddenly, you can remove the battery of your device. But this only could be done if your device has a removable battery.

Step 1: Power off the device and remove the back cover of the Samsung Galaxy tablet.

Step 2: If there are any connections, remove them before removing the battery altogether.

Step 3: After a few minutes, put the battery back and restart the device.

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Solution 3. Force Restart Samsung Galaxy Tablet

This problem can occur because of a temporary bug. You need to force restart the device to check if the device works properly.

Press and hold the Power button along with the Volume down button for about several seconds. This will force reboot the device.

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Solution 4. Factory Reset Samsung Galaxy Tablet in Recovery Mode

If the above methods fail to solve this problem, you need to factory reset the device. Before proceeding, make sure that you back up the data on your device. 

Step 1: Turn off the tablet. Hold the power button until it turns off.

Step 2: Now press and hold the Volume down button along with the Power and Home button.

Step 3: Release the Power button when the Samsung logo appears and then release the Volume button when the Android logo appears.

Step 4: Use the Volume buttons to go to Wipe Data/Factory Reset option. Select it using the Power button. Now choose Yes - Delete all user data. This will wipe off the data and reset the device.

Step 5: Once the process completes, "Reboot System Now" will be highlighted. Restart the tablet by pressing the Power button. 

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Part 2. 4 Effective Ways to Prevent Samsung Galaxy Tablet from Being Frozen

We understand that you have fixed the issue of frozen tablet using the above methods. Now we will give you some best ways to prevent Samsung Galaxy Tablet from being frozen in the future.

Way 1. Delete Problematic Apps Regularly

If the problem occurs after you open an app and it takes too long to start, you must delete the app immediately.

Step 1: Go to Settings -> Application.

Step 2: Tap on the app that you want to remove and then tap Uninstall.

Step 3: When asked, tap OK or Uninstall.

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Way 2. Reset App Preferences

The disabled default app or service on your device can freeze the tablet when a third-party app, which depends on that default app, is opened.

Step 1: Open Settings -> Apps.

Step 2: Now tap on three dots icon on the upper right.

Step 3: Tap Reset App Preferences.

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Way 3. Reset All Settings to Default

The best way to fix the Samsung Galaxy tablet issues is to set your device to default settings. You can reset all the settings on your device without doing the factory reset.

Step 1: Open Settings -> General Management.

Step 2: Select Reset -> Reset Settings.

Step 3: If asked, enter the PIN. The tablet will restart and reset all the settings of your device.

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Way 4. Keep the Latest Android OS

Install system updates as soon as it is available for your device to keep your tablet free from unnecessary issues.

Step 1: Go to Settings -> About (Device) -> Software Update.

Step 2: If there is an update available, download and install it.

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Conclusion

If you want to know how to reset the frozen Samsung galaxy tablet, just refer to the methods given in this guide. Whenever your tablet freezes, make sure you follow these steps carefully. Write to us through the comment section below in case you have any queries.

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By  Robert Moore , to Android Issues

Posted on Jul 22, 2019  ( Updated: Jul 22, 2019 )

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