How To Fix Samsung S9 “Unfortunately, clipboardUIservice Has Stopped” Error

The latest flagship launches from Samsung, the Galaxy S9, and S9 Plus are with no doubt with some of the best specifications available for a smartphone. But no matter how good is the configuration, smartphones are prone to various errors. With extended use, the system may get corrupted at times leading to serious problems. Most users freak out at these kinds of situation and end up spending a lot repairing their devices. But a majority of issues can be solved by the users itself by following some simple steps. In this guide, we will be explaining the steps to fix Galaxy S9 “ Unfortunately, clipboardUIservice Has Stopped ” error.

Looking into the specifications of the devices, the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus gets a 5.8-inch display and 6.2-inch display respectively. S9 gets a 4 GB RAM, while S9 Plus gets a better 6 GB RAM. The rear camera of both devices is also different with a dual camera setup of 2 sensors each of 12 MP on S9 Plus, while a single 12 MP sensor is provided with the S9. Both devices get the latest Qualcomm MSM8998 Snapdragon 845 SoC. An internal storage of 64 GB is available for both devices and can be expanded up to 400GB. A 3000 mAh battery for S9 and a 3500 mAh battery for S9 Plus is provided.

How To Fix Galaxy S9 “Unfortunately, clipboardUIservice Has Stopped” Error

Steps To Fix Galaxy S9 “ Unfortunately, clipboardUIservice Has Stopped ” Error

As a smartphone user, you will surely be familiar with the “copied to clipboard” message that pops up on the device when you copy something. The clipboard is a temporary memory where the system saves the things you copy to help you paste these files on your desired location. The “Unfortunately, clipboardUIservice Has Stopped” error occurs when an issue happens with the clipboard of the device. The ways to fix this on Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus are listed below.

Clear clipboardUIservice app cache

  1. Open settings
  2. Tap on App manager
  3. Find and tap on clipboardUIservice
  4. Tap on storage
  5. Now tap on clear cache button

Clear clipboardUIservice app data

  1. Open settings
  2. Tap on App manager
  3. Find and tap on clipboardUIservice
  4. Tap on storage
  5. Now tap on clear data button

Clear system cache

  1. Power off the device
  2. Press and hold volume up button, Bixby button and power button
  3. When the screen with No commands message shows up tap on the screen
  4. Use volume keys to highlight wipe cache partition and use power button to select it
  5. Confirm by selecting yes option

Hard reset

  1. Power off the device
  2. Press and hold volume up button, Bixby button and power button
  3. When the screen with No commands message shows up tap on the screen
  4. Use volume keys to highlight wipe data/factory reset and use power button to select it
  5. Confirm by selecting yes option

I hope this guide was useful in understanding the steps to fix Galaxy S9 “ Unfortunately, clipboardUIservice Has Stopped ” error. If any queries or feedback, please leave a comment below.

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