Simple solutions to fix system ui isnt responding
One of the most common Android errors a lot of customer encounter is “system ui isnt responding” error. Today’s #GalaxyNote8 troubleshooting post addresses this problem. We also include one of the sample reports from users who encounter it. We hope you’ll find our suggestions helpful.
Some users reported that “System UI isn’t responding” bug went away after doing a forced reboot. this is probably because the bug is associated with a service or app that’s currently loaded in RAM, or one that’s running in the background. By doing a soft reset or forced reboot, you’ll be effectively discontinuing running apps and services, potentially fixing the problem. If you haven’t tried doing a soft reset yet, follow these steps:
Press & hold the power + Volume Down button's for approximately 10 seconds or until the device power cycles. Note: Allow several seconds for the maintenance Boot Mode display to appear.
From the maintenance Boot Mode display, select Normal Boot. you can use the volume buttons to cycle through the available options & the lower left button (below the volume buttons) to select. Also, allow up to 90 seconds for the reset to finish.
Sometimes, “System UI isn’t responding” bug occurs when an app or Android find's that a critical system app or service needed to do a task is missing. Technically, system apps can’t be uninstalled so most likely, they’re simply rendered inoperable or disabled for some reason. If you’ve been tinkering with your apps and services before the “System UI isn’t responding” bug occurs, there’s a chance you may have disabled an important system app or service. to ensure that all core system files and apps are back to their known working state, consider resetting app preferences back to their defaults. Here’s how to do that:
Open Settings app.
Tap More settings at the upper right (three-dot icon).
Tap Reset app preferences.
Restart your device and check for the bug.