How to fix Samsung Galaxy S9 won't turn on anymore?

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How to fix Samsung Galaxy S9 won't turn on anymore? Many owners of the Samsung Galaxy S9 have turned to online forums to find a solution to the problem: the Galaxy S9 has shut down and you don't want to turn it back on again. It doesn't matter what you do, yours Galaxy S9 won't turn on.


The reaction most users have is to think that it is a hardware problem, but in my experience, it is an operating system problem that you can fix yourself without the help of a technician.



In this post, I will walk you through troubleshooting if yours Galaxy S9 no longer turns on. Since this is not the first time I have encountered this problem, I will share with you the most effective procedures I have used to solve this problem.

So, if you are the owner of this device and are currently facing a similar problem, then read on as this article can help you in some way.


What to do if Samsung Galaxy S9 won't turn on?

As the owner, you should be the first to know if your Galaxy S9 has suffered physical damage or been submerged in water for a long time. If either of these two things have happened, it is very likely that it is physical or liquid damage. In this case, there is no point in solving the problem on your own because there is only one thing you can do.

You have to take it to the store immediately… to a service center. However, if this problem occurred for no apparent reason or cause, try the following procedures.



Perform the forced restart procedure on your Galaxy S9

The Samsung Galaxy S9 has a non-removable battery, so you can't take it out. More often than not, the only thing you can do to fix a phone that no longer turns on is the forced restart. It has similar effects to taking out the battery, all you need to do to perform the force restart procedure on your Galaxy S9 is to press and hold the volume down button and the power key together for at least 10 seconds.


Or, try doing this:

  • Press and hold the volume down button first and don't let go.
  • While holding the volume down button, press and hold the power key.
  • Now, hold both keys together for 10 seconds or so.

That's all you need to do if you're dealing with a simple firmware crash. However, if yours Galaxy S9 not responding again, try the next solution.

Charge the Galaxy S9 and perform a forced reboot

If the battery is completely discharged, that's not a problem, as a phone normally starts charging the moment it is plugged into the charger. However, there are times when the firmware crashes due to low battery. When you leave the phone unloaded, some services and components may not have been properly disabled and, as a result, the firmware will suffer.


As I said some time ago, the firmware crash can be fixed with a force restart, but how can the phone power up if there is not enough battery to turn it on? To address this problem, try to do this ...



  • Plug the charger into a working wall outlet.
  • Use the original cable, connect your phone to the charger.
  • Regardless of whether the Samsung Galaxy S9 shows the charging symbol or not, leave it connected to the charger for at least 10 minutes.
  • Then, press and hold the volume down button first without releasing.
  • While holding the volume down button, press and hold the power key.
  • Now, hold both keys together for 10 seconds or more.

If you have not managed to fix the Samsung Galaxy S9 no longer turns on problem, you just have to take your device to a service center.


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