How to Solve Galaxy S7 Unfortunately, com.android.samsung.sm.dwvicesecurity.has stopped Error

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Being one of the most powerful smartphones this year, Samsung Galaxy S7 is expected to run smoothly without having any problems (or at least any major problems), but do you think that this is how things actually work? Well, guess again! The reality is that every now and then a new issue occurs without a warning, so you have to be prepared for anything.

Feel free to use our solutions and troubleshooting guides to fix your problem and if the Unfortunately, com.android.samsung.sm.dwvicesecurity.has stopped bug is the one that annoys you, this is the perfect tutorial for you.

This error usually pops up when you try to plug the phone to charge. It doesn’t matter whether you use the original charger, the car charger (aftermarket), power bank, but that creepy message is still there, making you feel miserable. Are you looking for a way to solve it?

How to Solve Galaxy S7 Unfortunately, com.android.samsung.sm.dwvicesecurity.has stopped Error:

  • Stop feeling sorry for yourself, but take action. First of all, minor firmware and hardware glitches can usually be fixed by deleting the system cache and that’s exactly what you should do as well:
  1. Turn off the handset;
  2. Press and then hold the Home and Volume Up keys and after that, you must also press and hold the Power key;
  3. When the Samsung Galaxy S7 shows on the screen, you can finally release the Power key;
  4. Note that you must continue holding the Home and Volume Up buttons;
  5. When the Android logo shows, you can release both keys;
  6. Them, it’s recommended to leave the phone for around a minute;
  7. Using the Volume Down key, navigate through the options;
  8. You have to highlight the one that says wipe cache partition;
  9. Then, press the Power key to select it;
  10. Now, highlight the option ‘Yes’ using the Volume Down key and press the Power button to select it;
  11. Wait until your phone is finished doing the Master Reset;
  12. Once completed, highlight ‘Reboot system now’ and press the Power key;
  13. Your Galaxy S7 will now reboot longer than usual.
  • If wiping the cache made no difference, then you must hard reset your device, especially if you might be having a similar issue with another app. There may be a firmware glitch causing some apps to not work properly, so this procedure should be the key. If you don’t know what you have to do, use the steps from this procedure: How to Hard Reset the Samsung Galaxy S7;
  • Make sure you try our suggestions above and if they did not work, then it’s time to have your handset checked by a technician.
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