Do you find that your Samsung Galaxy Note 7 won’t turn on? Do no freak out yet because there are couple of things that you can try to solve this problem and have your phone back to normal.
Even the precious Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is not free from problem. One of the problems that have been reported by some user is that this phone won’t turn on. There is no obvious reason for this issue because the phone looks great before and out of nowhere, the user can’t turn it on.
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 that Won’t Turn On
So, what are you going to do if this problem happens to you? Well, there are a couple of things that is worth to do before you take your phone to the technician:
1. Charging the Phone
It is very obvious, since the most possible thing that caused this problem is the fact that the battery has run out of power. Try to charge the phone to fix this issue.
The charging process should start immediately and you will see charging icon on its display. It means that the charging process has begun and you can wait until the battery full before you can try to turn it on.
If there is no charging icon appears, then there is a couple of possibility. Perhaps there is problem with the charger, or with the USB connector, the batter of the phone or perhaps with the phone itself. You need to have it check out completely to find the faulty and get it fix right away.
2. Uninstall 3rd Party App
It is also possible that there is the 3rd party app that causes the system to stall and prevent the phone to turn back on. But how do you whether it was caused by 3rd party app or not? You need to boot the phone into safe mode. In Safe Mode, all 3rd party app will be deactivated. If you manage to boot the phone to safe mode, then it means that one of those apps is the culprit and you need to uninstall it.
First, you need to work your way to boot into Safe Mode by following this guide:
- The phone is off right now, so all you need to do is press and hold Power button until Samsung logo appear.
- When the logo appear, release Power button, then immediately press and hold Volume Down button.
- Keep holding it until the phone finishing its restarting process.
- Now you enter Safe Mode that was marked with Safe Mode text that appear on the bottom left of the screen.
3. Boot to Recovery Mode
Fail to boot into safe mode? Try to boot to Recovery Mode that will boot the phone without loading its Android GUI. Follow this guide to boot into this special mode:
- Press and hold Power button, Home button and Volume Up button.
- When the device has vibrate, release Power button only.
- When the Android logo appear and then replace by the Recovery Mode menu, release the remaining button.
- Use Volume Up and Volume Down button to navigate through the available option and choose the desired action such as “Wipe Cache Partition” or “Factory Reset”.
- Press Power button to start the desired action.
If none of the mentioned action work, then it is time to bring the phone to Samsung service center and let their technician work on it.