Recently users have reported that voicemail notification is stuck on Samsung S10. Usually, the voicemail notification should clear away from Notification Panel but that isn’t happening at all. Instead it Voicemail notifications stay even after you have listened to that.
When you are getting a voicemail on Samsung Galaxy S10, an icon of the voicemail is appear in your notification tray. Until you don’t verify your voicemail the icon can’t be removed from your Samsung Galaxy S10. The problem arose louder by the users is that even after checking their voicemail box, the notification icon of the voicemail can`t be removed.
Galaxy S10 Voicemail Notification Won’t Go Away
Force Close/Stop Phone App
For the very first time, voicemail notification won’t go away from Galaxy S10, try force closing the Phone app. Use the system gesture to force close phone app from the home screen or go to Settings > Apps > Phone App > Force Stop.
Send yourself a new Voicemail
The first task to solve it is to send yourself a new voicemail. By performing this it will refresh the voicemail notification icon on Samsung Galaxy S10. Now you can approach your voicemail box and eliminate the voicemail that you have to leave to yourself and it should eliminate the notification.
Clear Data and Cache
Since after trying the above solution still Voicemail Notifications stuck on Samsung S10 then you must clear the data and cache by following the below steps,
- Go to Settings.
- Select Applications.
- Tap Phone.
- Hit on Clear Data and Clear Cache (if feasible).
Turn OFF your Samsung Galaxy S10, wait for few seconds then turn it ON and the notification icon should probably be gone!
Apart from the two procedures, there is no other method to eliminate the voicemail notification icon. Voicemail notification still stuck on your Samsung Galaxy S10 if the above procedure doesn’t solve the problem, for few days remain it as it is. And see if it solved on its own! If not, then the last option is a factory reset.
Ultimately you have to go for factory reset if you are failed in the above solutions. With factory reset, all the useful, as well as corrupted data, will be removed from the device. Make sure you take a backup of all the important data before performing a factory reset.
How can I perform Factory Reset on Samsung Galaxy S10?
- Turn OFF your device.
- Hold on the Volume Up button and Bixby button.
- Along with Volume Up Key and Bixby Key, hold down the Power Key.
- Select Wipe Data/Factory Reset from the Android Recovery Screen.
- Hit on YES.
- Tap Reboot System Now.
Contact Carrier & Samsung
Hundreds of Samsung users are dealing with this dilemma, irrespective of carrier, so its recommended to connect with your respective carrier describe your issue and if they can’t help you out, contact Samsung, we don’t have any option left unless contacting the experts of carrier and Samsung.
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