Since the launch of the new Samsung flagship Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus, users are being bombarded with various issues and tech nerds like us and many others have been bombarding back fixes for those issues.

Our team at AndroidiOSpack has brought quite a few fixes for the new Samsung flagship. Just recently we brought you a tutorial on how to fix battery problems in your Samsung devices. We received very positive feedback on that one. Also few days ago we have brought you the tutorial to recognize if your Samsung S8 device is UFS 2.0 or UFS 2.1, after we received a number of queries about this issue. The early issue of DQA keep stopping error was one of the first issue users faced, and Samsung had to response quick with releasing an APK to fix the issue.

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We bring you another fix today and it’s about the “Unfortunately, Settings has stopped” issue which has become one of the most common in S8 users and for that matter it is not only related to S8/S8+ only. A proper root for the occurrence of this problem has yet to be determined therefore no official update or solution has come on the front but only a few methods which have proven to be working for most of the users so far.

How to resolve “Unfortunately, Settings has stopped” issue on Galaxy S8/S8 Plus:

Restart your phone:

The first thing you can do to manage this problem is restarting your S8/S8+ and hopefully the error won’t show again on your phone.

Wipe cache memory of your phone:

You will have to go to Settings >> Storage and look for cache data and simply erase it. This method has also proved to be working great for vanquishing this problem.

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Erase cache partition of your phone:

(i) Turn off your phone and start it only by using Volume up and Power key, pressing both of them together. As soon as the screen enlightens, release the Power button so that your phone will be in recovery mode.

(ii) A list of commands will pop up on the screen. You will use volume key to scroll up and down, choosing ‘wipe cache partition’.

(iii) You will press Power button for selecting ‘Yes’ after highlighting ‘wipe cache memory’. To erase the cache memory, press the Power button once again.



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