1. cardboard60's Avatar
    If you keep getting a DQA error message on your S8+ Phone.

    Go into your settings.
    Go to Battery
    Change the settings to Mid and hit apply.
    This will get rid of the error messages.
    hhmorgan likes this.
    04-23-2017 09:31 AM
  2. anon(5630457)'s Avatar
    If you keep getting a DQA error message on your S8+ Phone.

    Go into your settings.
    Go to Battery
    Change the settings to Mid and hit apply.
    This will get rid of the error messages.
    I wonder what's causing this issue. I have an S8+ on Verizon and I haven't seen that error message yet.
    04-23-2017 09:36 AM
  3. williams448's Avatar
    I did this and all the other suggestions I've found online & the only thing that has worked is clearing cache partition. Did it about 45 mins ago & no message since. Before I was getting the message like every 20 seconds.
    04-23-2017 09:45 AM
  4. cardboard60's Avatar
    Did it on 2 S8+ Samsung Phones on Verizon.
    Saved the settings
    It worked on Both of them.
    04-23-2017 09:52 AM
  5. Ca_lvn's Avatar
    What does mid do? How does that affect performance
    04-23-2017 09:56 AM
  6. hhmorgan's Avatar
    Same DQA problem on Galaxy S8.

    I could certainly see the problem go away by changing Battery to Mid. When I turned the Battery setting to Off the DQA message immediately returned.

    I wanted the Always On display - that wasn't available from the default "Mid" settings but you can Customize what "Mid" does and turn Always On back to On. I did this and still haven't yet seen a recurrence of the DQA message.

    Thanks for posting this "fix"
    04-23-2017 10:50 AM
  7. Mike1117's Avatar
    Saw another thread on here about this. DQA is data quality assessment for wifi. You can force stop it under settings-apps-app manager. Select show system apps in the 3 does menu then click on DQA and force stop. Worked to fix the issue for me.
    04-24-2017 06:15 AM
  8. beastcmg's Avatar
    I tried everything and the error keeper coming back so I purchased BK Disabler (Samsung) from the Play Store it was a dollar something but I was able to totally disable DQA I'll keep using the app until Samsung puts out an update.
    04-24-2017 07:25 AM
  9. wallstreet123456's Avatar
    What does DQA actually do?

    The error message only started happening after I allowed the system update. I assume if your factory reset and don't allow the update it will work normally again.
    04-24-2017 07:36 AM
  10. beastcmg's Avatar
    Data quality assurance (DQA) is the process of verifying the reliability and effectiveness of data.
    04-24-2017 08:04 AM
  11. yanks4life's Avatar
    Guys the real fix for people who are having this problem is Bixby! I bet if you are getting this error you dont have Bixby activated or in the Samsung launcher the left Bixby page enabled. Once I activated Bixby and enabled it on the left page of the Stock launcher, the error message has gone away and not come back. I saw this fix somewhere else, so just thought I would pass it along. You don't need to do a factory reset or mess with the battery settings. Hope this helps!!
    04-24-2017 08:05 AM
  12. ClintRo's Avatar
    With package disabler I disabled the DQA system app and have not seen the issue since nor have I seen any adverse issues. I plan on re-enabling the app after the next update to see if it is fixed. I am sure it will be, it has cause quite a stir...LOL
    04-24-2017 08:18 AM
  13. cardboard60's Avatar
    Go to wifi where it shows all the wifi address's. Touch each one and say forget . It will delete them one by one out.
    Do it till there are no more wifi addresses including yours.
    They turn wifi off and back on so it will search for your wifi address.
    log in it.
    Make sure all of your accounts are setup and synced.
    make sure yer samsung account is setup and signed into. And samsung plus.
    make sure your google account is logged into
    I did all this yesterday after listening to replys and it got rid of the DQA message on my wifes phone.
    04-24-2017 09:08 AM
  14. HMBgal's Avatar
    Saw another thread on here about this. DQA is data quality assessment for wifi. You can force stop it under settings-apps-app manager. Select show system apps in the 3 does menu then click on DQA and force stop. Worked to fix the issue for me.
    That's the fix the worked for me...so far.
    04-24-2017 10:28 AM
  15. wallstreet123456's Avatar
    That's the fix the worked for me...so far.
    Won't is restart when you power off and on your phone again?
    04-24-2017 10:49 AM
  16. gtixpress's Avatar
    I also received the DQA error after performing the update. The only thing that worked for me was doing a factory reset. Multiple reboots and clearing the cache several times didn't do anything. However, since I did the factory reset, the error has not returned.
    04-24-2017 11:14 AM
  17. ClintRo's Avatar
    I wonder is a Cashe clear after update would help.... Humm
    04-24-2017 11:29 AM

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