Galaxy S20 And Galaxy S20+ Plus: How to Fix Random Shut Down Issue
We will help you to fix a Galaxy S20 that suddenly shuts off after running flawlessly. Sometimes the Galaxy S20 can suddenly shut down and restart several times without warning. The Galaxy S20 may shut down at times. Here are some solutions. You should contact a Samsung technician to have your Galaxy repaired or replaced as quickly as possible. Inspect the warranty if the Galaxy S20 or Galaxy S20+ Plus, restarts.
If something happens to your Samsung Galaxy S20+ Plus, or Galaxy S20+ Plus, you can save money by keeping the Galaxy S20 under warranty. Samsung Support can also inspect the Galaxy S20 if your Galaxy S20 is constantly rebooting, shutting out or freezing.
Sometimes, this can happen because of a new application installed to the Samsung Galaxy S20. Even bad firmware can lead to crashes. There are two options to fix a Samsung Galaxy S20’s constant turning off.
The Galaxy S20’s Android operating system causes to be turned off by
The latest firmware update can cause the Galaxy S20 to shut down or reboot. The Samsung Galaxy S20 should be factory reset in this situation.
It is important to backup all data on your Galaxy S20 before you attempt to factory reset it. You will need to do this when you perform a Galaxy S20 factory restore. Everything on the Galaxy S20 is deleted.
The sudden reboots are caused by an application.
Safe Mode, which is a different mode that puts the Galaxy S20 in a secure environment, allows users to uninstall and fix bugs, and it can be used by those who don’t already know. Safe Mode is also available if an app you have installed stops working or the Galaxy S20 keeps restarting.
Below is a brief guide on how to start the Samsung Galaxy S20 in safe mode. You can also view a more detailed guide about who to turn “On” and “Off” Safe Mode on your Galaxy S20 or Galaxy S20+ Plus, .
The Samsung Galaxy S20 must be completely turned off. Keep the power off/on button pressed for the smartphone to restart. Hold the volume down button until the screen activates and displays the Samsung Start logo. You should keep it pressed until sim-pin is retrieved. Look to the left for a “Safe Mode” field.