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Fixing Samsung Note 8 That Turns Off Randomly

Fixing Samsung Note 8 That Turns Off Randomly

The Samsung Note 8 is a slim and wide-screen device, which is much bigger than other Androids phone. However, some Note 8 owners complain that their device turns off randomly for no reason at all.
The Galaxy Note 8 randomly restarts and randomly shuts off is not proper for the smartphone. So, if you’re one of those who recently encountered such a problem, continue reading so you would know how to fix the Samsung Note 8 from restarting and turning off randomly.
Factory Reset Galaxy Note 8
Factory reset the smartphone is the first method you should try to fix the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 that randomly keeps turning off. It’s vital you back up all files and information to prevent any data from being lost before you factory reset a Note 8. Here is a procedure on how to factory reset the Galaxy Note 8.
Clear cache on Samsung Galaxy Note 8 
We recommended you wipe the cache partition of the smartphone after you factory reset the Galaxy Note 8 (Learn how to cache clear the Galaxy Note 8). Turn off the Galaxy Note 8, Press and hold the Power button + Home button + Volume Up button simultaneously.
After the Samsung logo shows with a blue recovery text at the top, let go. In the recovery menu, make use of the Volume Down button to highlight ‘clear cache partition’ and then press the Power button to choose it. When is done, use the Volume Down button again to highlight ‘‘Reboot System Now’ and use the Power button to select it!
Manufacturer Warranty 
We suggest you check to see if the Galaxy Note 8 is still under warranty if none of the above methods work. The reason is that the Smartphone problem could be severe issues, which can be fix and replaced if the Galaxy Note 8 is still under warranty.

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David Williams

Sep 5, 2017

I am a true junkie for everything tech. My current arsenal includes an Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV Stick, iPhone Xs, Samsung Galaxy S9, Samsung Chromebook, iMac, and Dell XPS 13.

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