“New Voicemail” Notification Stuck on Samsung Galaxy S6

Performing a reset network settings on your device may resolve “New Voicemail” notification stuck on Samsung Galaxy S6. To reset the network settings, access Settings from the Home screen. Scroll to and tap General management. Select Reset and tap on Reset network settings. Select Reset Settings twice to confirm your action.

Stuck voicemail notification could be due to a minor software glitch on your phone’s system. This could imply that it is recognizing a new voicemail, even though it has been opened already. This problem should be resolved easily by simple solutions. 

I have mapped out some other procedures below. Feel free to follow them to fix “New Voicemail” notification stuck on Samsung Galaxy S6. 

Solution

  • The simplest solution is to leave yourself a new voicemail. Then access your voicemail box and delete the message you left and any other messages remaining in your mailbox and it will remove the notification.
  • If the issue persists after leaving a new voicemail, try turning off your Galaxy S6 smartphone. This will help refresh the system functions and might resolve the problem. 

If that does not work, perform the following steps to clear cache on your device:

  • Go to Settings > Applications > Phone (All tab).
  • Select Clear Data.
  • Power your Galaxy S6 Off, wait 10 seconds then turn it back on and it should be gone!

Your last resort if all else fails is to perform a factory reset on your device. This will wipe out all contents on your smartphone, including stubborn bugs that might have been causing the notification error on your smartphone.

Since all settings data and saved files will be deleted on your phone, you can perform a backup before restoring your device. To do that, follow the complete instructions found on this post.

You may also reach out to Samsung support for additional information and official recommendation on how to fix the problem. Thank you so much for reading this post.

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