No matter, whichever device you have the performance issue are common in all device. And recently, some of the users of Note 20 have encountered Note 20 restarts randomly. Ostensibly, it can be a software issue and can be fixed on your own without any need of expertise, but for that, you need to follow all the given below troubleshooting tricks to fix the problem.
But before proceeding to troubleshoot steps it’s necessary to verify if that your device keeps restarting after the accidental falls on the hard solid object, if yes, then it’s likely to say that it’s due to a hardware issue. At this point, it’s better to tack the device in a service center or the second possibility is to check whether your note 20 is overheating because the best flagship can possibly overheat due to the combination of certain factors or else it can be due to serious firmware issue. So as various factors causing Note 20 random restart, you need to perform all the given below troubleshooting steps to fix it.
Why My Samsung Note 20 Does Keeps Restarting? How to Fix!
The force restart is one of the simple and effective troubleshooting tricks to fix all the minor bugs that cause Samsung devices keeps restarting. And restarting this device through this method is as effective as stimulating the battery pack from the device. To restart press Volume Low Button and Power Button for 15 seconds.
One thing we would like to say is restarting the device regularly helps to fix all the minor bugs, but at the same time in this busy schedule, it becomes a difficult task to perform. Don’t worry! Samsung Company offers a setting that automatically restarts your device once in a week.
- Go to Settings.
- Touch Device Care.
- Select Three-Dots located at the top
- Tap Auto Restart.
Uncertain problems that suddenly visible are a sign of a coding issue and the only way to solve the problem is to verify if there is any availability of update and if yes then install it. So it’s better to update the apps and device because updates are most probably launched to fix the bugs.
Wipe cache partition
If you are facing an issue after installing an update then most probably it can be due to corrupted cache. What is the cache? Is that the question? Don’t worry! I will explain it. The cache is a temporary file that helps to load all the functions and features of the device as fast as possible. So if the cache gets corrupted then you can face Samsung Note 20 restarts randomly.
- Switch off the phone.
- Press Volume High Button and the Power/Bixby Button.
- When the Android symbol appears, let out all the buttons.
- Press the Volume Low for multiple times to feature Wipe Cache Partition.
- With the use of the Power/Bixby to select.
- And now press the Volume Low Button to feature YES, then use the Power/Bixby to select it.
- Reboot System Now will be highlighted after the completion of the procedure.
- Press the Power/Bixby button to restart the phone.
If still issue is not fixed move further to the next troubleshooting step.
Boot to Safe Mode
As a corrupted cache, the corrupted third-party apps can also create such type of issue. But at the same time, it’s difficult for the user to determine which app is creating an issue, so it’s better to boot up the device to safe mode. If you haven’t tried it once, then follow the given below steps.
- Press the Power Button to feature Power off menu.
- Tap and hold the Power off Icon to feature Safe Mode.
- Finally, hit Safe Mode.
If still the issue is not fixed move further to the next step.
After performing all the above tricks, the last option is the factory reset Samsung Galaxy Note 20. Before performing we suggest to back-up all the important data stored in the device or else it will clear all personal data.
- Navigate to Settings.
- Search and hit General Management.
- Select Reset.
- Tap Factory Data Reset > Reset.
- Finally, touch Delete All to begin the process.
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