How To Restart Samsung Phone

It’s usual for your phone’s hardware to break down after a few years, whether it’s the power button, the volume buttons, or perhaps even the charging port itself. In these circumstances, it could be challenging to shut down or restart your smartphone, particularly if some apps start acting strangely and drastically drain your phone’s battery.
Any Samsung smartphone may be restarted extremely easily and similarly to other brands of Android phones. With the power button, you may quickly restart your smartphone.

Following are some of the main causes for someone to be unable to reboot their smartphone:

  • Screen is malfunctioning or broken.
  • Phone on a Samsung is frozen or hangs up. Your phone’s power button is either broken or not functional.
  • The phone has entered boot loop mode.
  • Compromised Samsung mobile device.
  • Software for Android has failed during updating.

How To Restart Samsung phone

There are some basic ways to restart your samsung phone and below are some of them.

Restarting Samsung phone from settings

Restarting your Samsung phone this way will completely wipe everything off of it, making it an extremely dangerous method.

The factory reset of a Samsung phone is another name for restarting it from the settings.
All the stuff on your smartphone, comprising system settings, images, movies, files, and loaded apps, will be deleted during this method.

 Follow these simple steps to restart your Samsung phone from settings

  • Navigate to system settings on your phone
  • Select General management by swiping down and pressing it.
  • Now select Reset.
  • Select Factory data reset by clicking.
  • To reset, scroll down and click on the reset.
  • After agreeing to the terms, select Delete All.
  • Enter your Samsung Account password and press “Confirm.”

After this process be rest assured that you will not find your phone in the condition before you restarted since everything will be permanently wiped away.

Power OFF and ON

To use the power button and the on-screen power button, you could restart your smartphone. When your volume down button stops working, this solution is helpful.

When you see the power OFF symbol on the screen, press and hold the power button for a few seconds. To turn off your Samsung smartphone, touch on the Power OFF symbol on the screen.

Your phone has now been turned off, so to turn it back on, hit and hold the power button.

The same function as automatic restart is also carried out by directly turning on and off.

  • For 10 seconds, hold down the Volume Down and Power buttons simultaneously.
  • The screen of a Samsung phone will become dark.
  • Let go of both keys.
  • Hold off until the phone restarts on its own.

Restarting samsung phone when frozen

Your Samsung phone may occasionally become frozen on any screen, rendering you unable to carry out any tasks. When this happens, the screen is inoperable, and the back, recent, and home buttons are also broken.

Providing your smartphone a soft restart will now resolve the problem because it will empty the RAM and halt any background operations.The following are the easy steps to follow in order to soft restart your samsung device:

  • For 10 seconds, hold down the Volume Down and Power buttons simultaneously.
  • The screen of a Samsung phone will become blank.
  • Let go of both keys.

Rebooting Samsung Phone In Safe Mode

A Samsung phone’s safe mode can be used as a diagnostic tool to identify problems. Your Samsung phone can be restarted in safe mode so you can see if any installed applications are causing issues or displaying advertising.

In safe mode, only the operating system’s essential functions are active; all other services, third-party apps, and optional programmes are closed.

You can restart your Samsung mobile device in safe mode by following the short instructions below:

  • Turn off your Samsung phone.
  • To turn off your phone, press and hold the volume down and power buttons at the same time.
  • When your Samsung phone is off, proceed.
  • while holding the volume down key and the power button.
  • When you see the Samsung symbol on the screen, let go of the power button. Ensure you hold the volume down key down until the phone enters safe mode.
  • On the edges of your smartphone’s screen, a safe mode watermark will be seen.

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