We can help you fix problems with Galaxy S20s that keep restarting themselves over and again, even though they were working perfectly before. Sometimes the Galaxy S20 may suddenly stop working and shut down repeatedly without warning. These are the possible solutions for fixing the Galaxy S20’s problem of restarting. A Samsung technician is the best choice to get your Galaxy fixed or replaced as quickly as possible. Seek out warranty coverage if the Galaxy S20 (or Galaxy S20+ Plus) restarts.
The warranty on the Galaxy S20 can save you money in the case of damage to the Samsung Galaxy S20+ Plus. Samsung Support should also check out your Galaxy S20 if it keeps rebooting or shutting off, or freezing.
Sometimes the issue is caused by a new app that crashes the Samsung Galaxy S20, or a bad battery that doesn’t provide the necessary performance. Even bad firmware could cause crashes. These are the two solutions to a Samsung Galaxy S20 restarting.
Sudden reboots can be caused by an app.
Safe Mode allows you to secure uninstall any apps, fix bugs and more. Safe Mode can be used to uninstall any apps that are no longer working, or if the Galaxy S20 keeps resuming.
Completely power off the Samsung Galaxy S20. For the smartphone’s reboot, hold down the power switch/off button. When the screen has activated and displays Samsung’s logo, you can immediately press the volume-quieter button. Continue pressing it until the sim pin is displayed. The field should be labeled “Safe Mode” in the lower left corner.
The Galaxy S20 is constantly restarted by when the Android operating systems is used.
The reason the Galaxy S20 keeps restarting, or rebooting is usually because a new firmware update has been applied. The Samsung Galaxy S20 should be factory reset in this situation.
You must back up all data before you perform a factory reset on the Galaxy S20 in order to fix the resetting issue. You need to do this because after you have completed a Galaxy S20 factory reboot, all data on the Galaxy S20 will be erased.