Have you ever experienced the voice mail notification stuck issue on your Samsung Galaxy S20, S9 or S10? After listening to the voice mail you try to swipe the notification or you tap on it and select to hide the content but it remains stuck on the screen.

The notification remains stucks on the no matter how many time you have listened to the voicemail. It remains there when you don’t have any new voice mail. So, how do you know when there is a new voice mail? In this article, we will discuss how to get rid of the voice mail notification stuck on the Samsung S10, S9 or S20.


We have many tricks and tips that you can use to get rid of this problem. So, without wasting any more time let’s look at the tips and tricks that you can use to get rid of Voice mail notification stuck on Samsung device.

The methods you can use are:

  1. Clear data and Cache of the application
  2. Sending a new voice mail
  3. Reset your device.
  4. Reboot your Samsung S20, S9 or S10

1. Clear data and Cache of the application

For this many users try to find the “Voice Mail” application in the application manager and come empty-handed because for this solution you have to clear the data and cache of your “Phone” application. You can follow the steps given below for doing these,

  1. Go to settings and select application.
  2. Select the application.
  3. Tap on the Clear data and clear cache option.

After doing this you have to reboot your device and voicemail notification probably gone.

2. Sending a new voice mail

In this trick, you have to send a new voice to your self. By performing this it will refresh the voice mail notification at the notification bar. Now, you can delete the voice mail that you have forwarded to your self by visiting the voicemail box.

3. Reboot Your Samsung S20, S9 or S10

You can try to solve this issue by rebooting your device. There are very small chances that this help but this the easiest one so it worth the try. For this power off your device and turn it on again after 15 seconds.

4. Resting Your device to factory default

If all the above option does not work for you then the only option you have left with is the resting your device to factory default. By Resting the device it will remove all the settings customized by you. But, you can change them once a problem is fixed.

This will remove all the important and unimportant data from your device. So, we recommend you to take a backup of your important data.

Steps to reset settings on Samsung S20, S10 and S9:-

  1. Turn off your device.
  2. Press and hold the volume up button, Bixby button and power key.
  3. Select wipe data and factory reset by navigating with the help of volume key.
  4. Hit on yes.
  5. Tap on the yes.

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