How to fix a Galaxy A70 that keeps rebooting by itself

Fixing a phone that keeps rebooting by itself is a bit tricky. It’s because this kind of problem can be due to a hardware issue, especially if  your phone has recently been dropped or got wet. However, it can also be due to a minor firmware issue that affects the overall performance of your device.

How to fix Samsung Galaxy S9 that keeps rebooting randomly (easy steps)

Frequent and random reboots are more often caused by some firmware-related issues unless of course there’s an issue with the hardware. But for a new phone like the Samsung Galaxy S9, it’s almost impossible to have hardware-related problems that may lead to reboot issues. After all, Samsung has already learn its lesson with the Galaxy

Samsung Galaxy S10e keeps rebooting randomly

When a powerful smartphone like the Samsung Galaxy S10 keeps rebooting randomly, it could be a sign of a firmware issue. That has always been the case with similar problems we encountered in the past. However, it is also very much possible that there’s an issue with the hardware. Since your phone is still new,

How to fix Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 that keeps rebooting on its own

Performance issues occur from time to time regardless how impressive the hardware specs of your device is. Such is the case with some of the owners of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 who reported to us that their devices started to keep on rebooting by themselves without apparent reason or cause. I personally encountered this

How to fix Samsung Galaxy A50 that keeps rebooting by itself

Performance issues are among the things you can surely encounter if you’re a smartphone owner, no matter what the brand of your device is. It’s because performance deteriorates over time. Some of our readers that own the Samsung Galaxy A50 reported that their device keeps rebooting  and there’s no clear indication as to what caused

Samsung Galaxy A10 reboots randomly. Here’s how to fix it.

When a smartphone reboots randomly, it is almost certain that there’s an issue with the firmware. Such is the case with some owners of the Samsung Galaxy A10, an entry-level device that actually has some decent hardware specs for its category. This kind of problem occurs from time to time and it does not necessarily