A restart can do more than just turning your phone off and back on. It actually refreshes your device’s memory and reloads all applications and services. That’s why it’s recommended to restart your phone every now and then as it helps make everything run smoothly. And in this post, I will show you how to auto restart Galaxy S20.
You can set your phone to turn itself off and on when it’s idle just to keep things in order and there’s a setting for that. Continue reading down below as we will show you how to do it.
How To Auto Restart Galaxy S20
Once set, your phone will restart automatically within 1 hour of the time you set, provided that the following requirements are met:
- The screen is off.
- The phone isn’t being used.
- The battery is above 30%.
- SIM card lock is off.
Time Needed : 2 minutes
Now, here’s how you set your Galaxy S20 to auto restart at designated time:
- Access Settings.
You may pull up the app drawer or swipe down from the top of the screen and tap the gear icon.
- Scroll down to find General management and then tap on it.
You may have to scroll all the way down to find it.
- Tap Reset.
This will show you the different types of resets but it’s also where you can find the auto restart feature.
- Tap Auto restart to open its settings.
You can also just enable it directly but if you haven’t set it before, then you wouldn’t know the time when it’s going to reboot automatically.
- Tap the switch to enable it.
You need to do it customize its settings.
- Choose the day you want it to reboot by itself.
Just tap on the letter to choose.
- Tap Time.
This will allow you to set the time of the restart. Choose the time that the phone is most likely idle.
- Android 10, One UI 2.0
- Galaxy S20
Once everything is set, the system will take care of the reset and auto restart Galaxy S20 at the designated day and time.
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Answers To Some FAQs
No. Your device will only reboot if it’s not being used to make sure that you won’t be bothered, especially if you’re doing something important with your phone.
There are certain requirements that should be met so that your device will reboot itself automatically. Try to check if the battery was above 30% or that the SIM card lock was disabled. Most of the time, these two are the most common reasons why the phone won’t auto restart at designated time.
Your device will actually restart within 1 hour of the time you set. Perhaps some services was still active, that’s why your device had to wait before it restarted itself automatically.
No. It’s just an automated restart and nothing will be deleted or changed in your phone.
That’s pretty much it, folks!
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