Random shutdowns with the #Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge (#S7Edge) have become so common in the past few months as many started receiving major firmware updates. While this problem can also be caused by a faulty battery or hardware, if it occurred shortly after an update but you are sure the phone didn’t suffer from any
We have received quite a handful of complaints from our readers who own the #Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge (#S7Edge) and among the most commonly reported issues are random shutdowns and being unresponsive with a black screen. Power-related concerns need to be addressed as soon as possible as they may be a sign of serious hardware
When the new #Samsung Galaxy Note 7 (#Note7) was released, a handful of owners encountered serious issues with the battery, which prompted Samsung to issue a recall order. New “safe” devices arrived a few weeks later and there are still reports of overheating, units catching fire and unexpected shutdowns. I understand why owners feel uneasy
Learn more about your Samsung Galaxy Note 5 that shuts down on its own and won’t turn back on after the Marshmallow update. Understand why your Note 5 gets stuck on the logo during boot up and how to troubleshoot the problem. What you should do if your Galaxy Note 5 randomly reboots after the
Hello guys. We’ve been receiving a lot of emails from our readers after the roll out of Android 5.0 Lollipop update for the Galaxy S5 that we spent most of our time this week researching on those problems. That’s why it took us a few days to publish new support articles for the Galaxy S3.
Recently, we received a message from The Droid Guy Mailbag that says, “Many times I experience a Samsung Galaxy Note 2 auto shutdown while charging. As a remedy, I let it rest all day, which makes problem seem to go away. However, this appears to be temporary solution only as the issue occurs again when