Here’s how to partially solve bugs & issues, that appeared after the One UI 5.0 (Android 13) update

After the rollout of One UI 5.0 and Android 13, many Galaxy users are complaining about some bug issues that appeared after the update. Unfortunately, to cure the issues, the manufacturer hasn’t provided any permanent solution yet. To get rid of these problems partially, we are providing a temporary method here which probably will help you to solve those on a short-term basis. 

Let you know that after updating the newer OS and One UI 5.0, in addition to the new features, many bug issues also appeared in some Galaxy devices. Till the time the company does not fix them permanently, those problems will have to be faced like this. In order to escape these, one can try this given solution which probably will reduce the effect, not completely and permanently, but it may work on a temporary basis. 

For information, issues such as lagging, heating, hanging, network failure, buffering, and more can cause a hurdle in the operations you are performing on your device. These may not seem like some major defaulters, but they still will lead you to slow results and create hindrances while using the phone. Let you know that you can reduce the effect of those bug issues by clearing up the phone cache and running the repair apps. 

To try this method, follow the steps listed below- 

  • First, turn your phone off.
  • Once off, press the volume up and power buttons both at the same time.
  • When the Samsung logo appears, unleash the power button but kept pressing the volume up until the recovery menu appears. 
  • Now, use the volume buttons to navigate down to clear cache (remember, not clear data/ factory reset) 
  • Now use the power button to select. 
  • Run the repair apps option and your device will restart. 

Let you know if a user has shared the mentioned method in the community. He informed me that he used this method a total of three times, and it always worked for him. Unfortunately, it is no permanent solution, and the user doesn’t guarantee it, but it is worth trying if you are facing severe bug issues. However, it may not work for every user, but trying out it once may not cost anything until we get a permanent solution from the manufacturer itself. 

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