Samsung Galaxy S9: Common Problems And Fixes

Here we have few often occurring Samsung Galaxy S9 problems along with their fixes. Samsung is the leading Android smartphone manufacturer throughout the world and it has made some of the best smartphones anyone has ever seen. However, as we know, technology is prone to errors and problems as not everything is perfect. Case in point, the latest Galaxy S9 series still suffers from few glitches despite being the brand’s highest end flagship. Fortunately, we have the problems listed ahead along with proposed solutions.

The new Galaxy S9 or S9 Plus has some issues mostly pertaining to software. As it isn’t hardware, you can try out different solutions to solve these problems. We have multiple common occurring problems listed ahead which you can try and fix.

Samsung Galaxy S9 Problems

Samsung Galaxy S9 / S9+ is by far one of the best Android smartphones around but nothing is perfect. We have listed down some of the most common problems that occur on Galaxy S9 / S9+. To get rid of those problems, keep reading ahead.

Samsung Galaxy S9 Problems And Their Fixes

Go through the list of problems and find the best solution.

Black Crush Issue

Many customers have reported an issue where the screen experiences a problem of uncovering different points in darker areas of videos, showing blocks of black or pixelated images. This problem is often called “Black Crush Issue”. This issue is generally produced with the bigger Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus and at low brightness level. This can be resolved with the following solutions.

  • Company should release a software update to fix the issue.
  • This can also be resolved with an app called Screen Balance which provides you with manual screen control to adjust the colour, tint or black levels of your Galaxy S9/S9+.

Download Screen Balance here

Brightness Automatically Adjusts To Too Low

The owners of Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+ have also started facing a problem where when the phone is unlocked, the brightness level of the screen adjusts to very low level at night or in dark areas even with the Auto Brightness and Blue Night Mode disabled. Unfortunately, this issue only has one solution.

This problem arises when a user restores the system settings from the previous device and the previous device has Night Mode enabled. The only solution to this issue is to Factory reset the device. Make sure to uncheck the “Restore System Settings” option once setting it up after factory reset. Don’t worry, your app will be restored after you sign in to Google Account.

Yellow Tint On Display

Some of the users complained about a yellow tint on the screen of Samsung Galaxy S9 / S9+. Before replacing the whole phone by purchasing a new one, try the following solution.

If you are facing this problem, then go to S9/S9+ Settings Menu > Display > Color Mode where you will be able to manually adjust the RGB spectrum until the screen looks better and the yellow tint is gone. If it doesn’t work, replace it.

Hope that these solutions have worked for you. If you have any issues, just drop a comment below.

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