Sometimes your Galaxy Note 9 won’t turn on or boot up past the logo. Though it is a frustrating situation, here are 3 easy fixes for when your Samsung Galaxy Note 9 won’t turn on.
Fix: Galaxy Note 9 Won’t Turn On
- Press both the volume down and power keys at the same time.
- Hold both buttons for about 10 seconds.
After 10 seconds, your Galaxy Note 9 ought to reboot. Did you Note 9 boot up? If it did, then use your device as per usual and monitor for problems. However, if it did not boot up, you may need to boot your Note 9 into recovery.
Boot Note 9 Recovery Mode
- Press and hold both the Power, Volume and Home buttons together.
- Once the recovery screen appears, let go of the power button (keep holding the volume and home button).
- Once the recovery menu appears, let go of the other buttons.
- Use the Volume buttons to go to Cache Partition and use the Power button to select it.
- Once the process finishes, your Galaxy Note 9 will restart.
Did your Galaxy Note 9 turn on? Then, that’s great! But, if your Note 9 won’t turn on after you wiped the cache, try the following fix.
Boot Note 9 Safe Mode
- Turn off your Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and hold down the Power button.
- When the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 logo appears, release the power button and long press the Volume Down key.
By booting the Note 9 in Safe Mode, you can determine if the reason your Note 9 won’t turn on or boot up is due to an application. In Safe Mode, only the default factory apps load.
The above tips help fix a Galaxy Note 9 that won’t turn on or boot up. However, if you still can’t get your Note 9 to start up, your next and best option is to take your device to a Samsung repair shop or to a technician.
- 2 Easy Ways To Factory Reset Samsung Galaxy Note 9
- 6 Easy Steps To Reboot Galaxy Note 9 In Safe Mode
- 9 Easy Steps To Clear Cache Partition Samsung Galaxy Note 9