Samsung Galaxy Note9 Problems
The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is expected to arrive in late summer this year. The Note 8 was launched last September, but many of us just can’t wait to get the newest galaxy Note series. Codenamed Crown, the Note 9 is full of speculations, predictions and rumors. Of course we are not expecting to get any Galaxy Note 9 problems but we will keep you up to date with the latest news and tips about Samsung Galaxy Note 9 problems and how to fix them.
Expected to arrive at the middle of September 2018, Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is rumored to have fingerprint sensor embedded beneath display. The Note 9 is also predicted to have a new S Pen with premium and waterproof case.
The current Note series, the Note 8, has a metal and glass with a dual-edge design, completed with a dual-rear camera as well as a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor.
Of course we are expecting some improvements and bug fixes on the upcoming Note 9 with no or at least little Samsung Galaxy Note 9 problems. Check out the possible Samsung Galaxy Note 9 problems and how to fix them.
The Galaxy Note 9 has scrolling issues according to some user’s reports, though not all of them, of course. The upcoming Galaxy Note 9 is expected to bring the great Infinity Display. When you have some problems in scrolling down a webpage, or scrolling through some apps, you can try to fix it by uninstalling Bixby button remapper app.
Previous problems on scrolling seems to be happened to users who have installed a Bixby button remapper app. Well the app is one of the most popular apps so you need to thin twice before removing it. However, there is no other fix for scrolling issues to date, so you need to try this tips. (Disclaimer – Please note that not every Samsung Galaxy Note 9 owner will face scrolling issues)
Unable to remove app icons from the home screen
Some Galaxy Note users reported that they have some problems in removing app icons from the home screen. On the galaxy note 8 and Note 9 you can simply long press on an app icon on the home screen and remove the app you want. The problem is some users have found that they are unable to remove icons on the home screen as the pop-up menu is no longer showing up.
So, here’s the solutions. Try to set Animation Duration Scale in the Developer Options to 0.5x and don’t it off. You will soon see the pop-up menu so you can remove the app icons on your home screen.
Face Unlock Issues
Some Galaxy Note 9 users reported that they have Face Unlock issues, even in good lighting conditions. Of course we are not expecting the issue on the Galaxy note 9 but we do have some suggestions for it. The face unlock issue seems to be caused by a third party apps. Some says that it could be Whatsapp. Disabling the camera access on the Whatsapp can help you to fix the issue. However, the issue might also caused by other apps you have just installed. So, you can try to uninstall the apps you just installed especially the apps that require access to your camera. Hope this can help.
One of Samsung Galaxy Note 9 issues might arrive from its connectivity, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. This is a common problem new smartphone. So, here’s the solutions. For Wi-Fi issues, you can try to turn the Note 9 and the router off for at least 10 seconds. Next, turn them on and check the Wi-Fi.
You can also go to Settings, go to Power saving. Make sure that you turn off this option. Or, you can try to use the Wi-Fi Analyzer to check your channel, and switch.
New smartphones sometimes have bluetooth issues including Galaxy Note 9. You need to make sure that you are not missing a vital part of the connection process. You can also go to Settings – Bluetooth and make sure nothing needs changing.
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will surely be one of the most wanted phone of the year thanks to all the new features. Even so nothing is perfect so we might still see some issues on the device. This guide is about Samsung Galaxy Note 9 problems and how to fix them. For unsolved issues, we should wait for an official software fix from Samsung or app creator. May be you want to read the Note9 user manual, here.