Tips to Fix Samsung Galaxy S5 that is sluggish, keeps rebooting and crashing

Samsung Galaxy S5 has been well known for its speed in performing the task like to access data, to run an app and so on. The fast operation of Samsung Galaxy S5 has been one of its selling points compared to the other Smartphone.


Although the Korean giant has made sure that the performance of its flagship will always consistent in term of speed, it may be coming a situation where the phone operates slowly. This can happen due to many reasons, among other is that the phone has accumulated many data or just got a new update.

Just for your information, in the Smartphone, performance issues are often related to firmware. Therefore, please observe by yourself, especially when you find that your Samsung Galaxy S5 suddenly becomes sluggish. More often, this will be accompanied by random reboots. In many cases, there is also unexplained crash that often characterized by errors message in the screen.

Once these situations come to your Samsung galaxy S5, it means that your phone needs a special attention than the other time. There are several tips you can try if you find your Samsung galaxy S5 becomes sluggish, as follows:

  1. Please turn off your Samsung galaxy S5.
  2. Please press and hold the keys of Volume Up key, Home key, and Power key together.
  3. Please wait a while until the phone vibrates
  4. Once the phone vibrate, please release the Power key
  5. Please continue to press and hold the other two buttons, which are the button of Volume Up key and the Home key.
  6. Please watch the screen. After the Android System Recovery screen appears, please release the Volume Up and Home keys.
  7. After that, please press the Volume down key several times key to highlight ‘wipe data / factory reset.’
  8. After that, please press Power button to select.
  9. Then, please press the Volume down key
  10. Please watch that in the screen, there is a message ‘Yes — delete all user data’ is highlighted.
  11. Please press Power button to select and start the master reset.
  12. Please wait a while until the master reset is completed
  13. Once the master reset is completed, a message ‘Reboot system now’ is highlighted.
  14. After that, please press the Power key to restart the device.
  15. Finished.

After doing these tips, we hope that your Samsung Galaxy S5 will run normally again. However, in case that your Samsung Galaxy is not fixed, we recommend you to go to the profesional for getting more solution.

We hope these tips are helpful for you.

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