How To Fix Crashed Galaxy S8 And Galaxy S8 Plus
The Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus can shut down without given notice or a warning text to the owner and this can be inconveniencing and embarrassing. The reason behind this can be due to a technical problem in the operating system. The only way to have this problem solved is by taking the phone to a nearby electronics specialist to diagnose the problem.
Before you do this you have to check in the receipt if the phone has a warranty which is still active. If this is still valid and has not ended then you have to go back to the dealer who sold you the phone for advice on how to replace the phone or have the Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8 Plus repaired.
Some of the reasons that have been put down by the experts are that there could be an application that on your Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus that is causing the unscheduled switching off, and rebooting. Another thing that could lead to this problem and this can happen to a Galaxy S8 that is always on the use and consumes a lot of energy is the faulty battery that can be having flaws in the supply of power to the Smartphone.
When the battery can no longer hold enough power to support the operations of the phone, it will always shut down without giving any warning. To help you solve this hitch, it is imperative to be aware of the two major solutions available.
The Android operating system could be the cause of the crash on the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus.
The installation of a fresh firmware during an update could be the main reason for the constant rebooting of the Smartphone. In such a matter we suggest that you try to restore the Galaxy S8 to factory reset status a fresh and you can read the manual on how to complete the process here on how to factory reset the Galaxy S8 It is wise to back up your data before you start the process of factory resetting the Galaxy S8 Plus because this will clear all the memory and its contents on the phone.
Some Applications could be the reason behind the unexpected shut down on the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus
Sometimes this happens and this is a possible cause of the sudden switch off of the phone, and this has been reported by a good number of users. Before you can install any application on the Galaxy S8 you must make sure that you put the phone in the safe mode so that it can be introduced to an environment that will guarantee you to securely install applications.
For well-explained instructions on how to get the Smartphone on safe mode, here is how to switch “ON” and “OFF” safe mode. To switch on the safe mode on the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus:
- Switch off your smartphone
- Softly long press the on and off buttons to reboot the phone.
- Hold the volume button immediately the screen is on and shows the Samsung Galaxy logo and by now you will be able to see that the phone is asking you to input the SIM pin and safe mode will appear at the bottom end of the screen.