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Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Won’t Switch On Issue & Other Related Problems

The #Samsung #Galaxy #S6Edge is best known for using a display that has a curved design. Released in early 2015, this phone has become quite popular due to its several outstanding features. One drawback to this phone though is that it doesn’t have a user replaceable battery. This means that if any power related issues will occur that concerns the battery the phone must be brought to a service center. Speaking of power related issues, this is what we will tackle today as we address the Galaxy S6 Edge won’t turn on issue & other related problems.

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge

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S6 Edge Won’t Switch On

Problem: Hello,  I am having a problem for my samsung phone.  At first I accidently dropped my phone in a toilet..after that It won’t switched on anymore..when  I try to charge it..it show no sign of charging. And then I brought it to shop for repair…. but then .. after they have tried…they are able to switch on the phone with the charging wire on only. , but also, after switch on.the phone automatically switch off…and its goes on and on and on…and goes blank again when I plugged of the wire… . Can you help  me with this problem?

Solution: It’s very likely that some component inside the phone has been water damaged. It could be the battery, the daughterboard ( which houses the charging port), or it could be the main motherboard itself.  You will need to have this checked at a service center.

S6 Edge Not Charging

Problem: went on break and charged my phone via the 2.1a car charger and noticed it wasn’t charging it was on at this time then i plugged it in the car radio to charge this is 1.0a and it was charging but it didn’t charge enough as it’s to low amp so it died i went and bought a new charger but still it didn’t work. so i came back and found out how to soft reset by holding down volume down button and pwr button to see if it mite of frozen and it came on so i waited for the logo to disappear and plugged charger in still no charge and the phone died. when i use a wireless charging pad the battery sign come up but the green flash inside the battery does not appear only the lighting bolt. i’ve been told its water damage but today it came on again as the battery must of got a tiny bit of power but still no charge . help please!!!!!

Solution: If you dropped your phone in water then it’s possible that this issue will occur. There are however other factors that can also cause this problem which we will check.

The first thing that you need to do when your phone doesn’t charge is to clean its charging port. Sometimes this port will have some dirt or debris in it which could affect the charging process. Use a can of compressed air or blow into the port using a straw to take out any dirt or debris. Once you have made sure that the port is free from foreign matter try charging your phone.

Next, try using a different charging cord. This cord gets easily broken especially if it is bent or coiled repeatedly. You should also try using a different wall charger ( make sure to use a charger that’s certified to work with your phone).

Finally, if the issue still persists then you should consider doing a factory reset to eliminate any software problems that could be causing this issue. Make sure to backup your phone data before doing this.

If the above steps fail then you should bring your phone to a service center and have it checked.

S6 Edge Takes Too Long To Charge

Problem: Hey mate, I got a Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge in January so 7-8 months ago the phone has worked great up until about 1 week ago… The phone does charge but takes about 10-12 hours to get to 100% and will die halfway through the day… no apps are running I’ve triple checked… The charging issue is 1 part the port is damaged I think, it only recognises the charger cable half the time (factory issue)… the 2nd part is epically slow charging?… Wondering if a wireless charger device would fix this issue? The other issue is my battery will last about 6 hours or so unless I don’t touch it at all in which case it’ll last about 12 hours? Should I get a wireless charger? And should I get a new battery installed? Thank you

Solution: If the charging port of your phone is damaged then using a wireless charger will help reduce the charging time in this case. You should however make sure that the charging port is indeed damaged by first cleaning it. Sometimes dirt or debris that’s lodged in the port can cause charging issues. Use a can of compressed air or blow into this port using a straw. You should also try using a different charging cord when charging your phone as a damaged cord can cause this kind of issue.

The second part of this problem is that the battery gets drained quickly. This can’t be fixed by simply just using a wireless charger. You will need to check first if the phone software is causing this issue by backing up your phone data then doing a factory reset. After the reset do not install anything in your phone yet. Try to check first if the issue still occurs. If it does then the problem could be caused by the battery or an issue with the charging port. If this is the case then I recommend that you have your phone checked at a service center.

S6 Edge Not Recognizing The Charger

Problem: My phone is not registering the charger i have done a soft reset and and a complete factory reset. The charger i’m using is the original charger and still charges my partners phone. When plugging the charger in it comes up with the battery with a power bolt in then goes blank. What can i do?

Solution: Try cleaning the charging port of your phone first using a can of compressed air or by blowing into it using a straw. If the phone still does not charge then try using a different charging cord.

If the above steps fail then I recommend that you have your phone checked at a service center.

S6 Edge Won’t Turn On After Falling

Problem: hello. i have a problem with my samsung galaxy s6 edge. it wont turn on after falling while charging in a powerbank and it wont charge as well. it doesn’t have any visible damage whatsoever but it wont turn on. please help Note: not sure about android version

Solution: There are several possible factors that can cause this phone not to turn on after falling however the most likely reason is that the drop might have shorted some component inside the phone since it was connected to a powerbank. If you are unable to start the phone in Safe Mode or even in recovery mode then I suggest you have your phone checked at a service center.

S6 Edge Will Not Power On

Problem: Phone will not power on. It had been on less than an hour ago with a 70+ % battery life. No buttons will work. LED is slow flashing green. Will not reset.

Solution: Try connecting the phone first to its charger and let it charge for at least 20 minutes. With the phone still connected to the charger try to turn it on.

If the phone does not turn on then disconnect it from the charger then simultaneously press and hold the power key and volume down key for at least 7 seconds. If the phone does not start then you should bring it to a service center and have it checked.

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