Samsung Galaxy S7 Restart On Its Own (Solved)
For those that own a Samsung Galaxy S7, you may be dealing with the Galaxy S7 restart on its own without any problems before. Also, sometimes the Galaxy S7 turn off without warning and restarts on its own. Others times when the Galaxy S7 keeps restarting itself, you can try some of the following solutions to help fix when a Galaxy S7 keeps restarting with a Samsung logo. If a new Galaxy S7 keeps restarting on its own, check to see see if the Galaxy is still covered under the warranty. The best option would be to find a Samsung technician and get the Galaxy replaced or fixed as soon as possible.
If you still have the Galaxy S7 under warranty when it keeps restarting, you can save money in case something is seriously damaged with the Samsung Galaxy. You should also get the Galaxy S7 checked out by Samsung Support if you have a Galaxy S7 that keeps rebooting, shutting off or freezing.
Sometimes this issue can be happening because there is a new app installed that causes the Samsung Galaxy S7 to crash or due to a defective battery that can no longer provide the required performance. Even a bad firmware can cause crashes. The following are two ways to fix a Samsung Galaxy S7 that restart on its own.
The Android operating system causes the Galaxy S7 to keep restarting
A common reason that the Galaxy S7 keeps restarting or rebooting itself is because of the new firmware update has been installed. We recommend in this case performing a factory reset on the Samsung Galaxy S7. The following is a guide on how to factory reset the Galaxy S7.
Before you go to factory reset the Galaxy S7 to help fix the reseting problem on the smartphone, it’s important to remember to back up all data on the Galaxy S7. The reason for this is when you complete a Galaxy S7 factory reset; everything will be deleted.
An application is responsible for the sudden reboots.
For those that don’t know what Safe Mode is, it’s a different mode that places the Galaxy S7 environment that allows users to securely uninstall applications, remove bugs. In addition, you can use Safe Mode if any installed apps no longer work or if the Galaxy S7 keeps restarting.
Power off the Samsung Galaxy S7 completely. Then keep the power on/off button pressed to reboot the smartphone. Once the screen is activated and displays the samsung start logo, immediately hold the volume quieter button. Keep it pressed until the sim-pin is queried. At the bottom left you should now find a field with “Safe Mode“.