Samsung Galaxy Note 4 was one of the Samsung devices which had attracted many people at the time of launching. Still, we can consider this Note 4 mobile as one of the most loved Galaxy series smartphones. Also, in terms of features, it was an incredible smartphone. But, there are also some of the Note 4 users who have many times complained about its issues. One of the issues from those is Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Keeps Restarting without any reason. If you are a Note 4 user, then you might have faced such issue.
So, what will be the fix that can solve this restarting issue? Is there any fix to do so? Yes, why not. Here, we have a solution that will definitely help to fix such Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Keeps Restarting issue. But, before we move on, here is much-needed info of Note 4 that you have to know. It is about of the amazing features and specs in brief.
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 comes with 5.7 inches Super AMOLED QUAD HD multi-touch display. It is equipped with a 32 GB internal memory and 64 GB external SD card support. 16 MP Back Camera and 3.7 MP Front Camera helps you for great clicks. It is powered by an Octa-Core Processor. An operating system of the device is 4.4 Android KitKat & comes with 3 GB RAM. The battery comes with 3200 mAh power. Now, we will move to the main point and let’s discuss the solution to fix Note 4 Keeps Restarting.
Fixing Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Keeps Restarting
So, we will be discussing the best solutions to fix Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Keeps Restarting. Have a look at there and keep solving such issues.
By Replacing Device
If you have found continuous restarting issue with Samsung Galaxy Note 4, then do not take it lightly. It may be able to damage the device in terms of performance and more. So, it is very beneficial if you take it seriously.
To get rid of the issue, the best solution is to replace the older device with the newer one. But, for that, you have to make sure that your device is under warranty. If your Galaxy Note 4 is under warranty, then just go to Authorised Samsung Service Center. And, registered your query at there. If they found any critical issue in the device, then they will give a new one device in concise time.
If your device is out of warranty, then also Authorised Samsung Service Center will help you. But, at that time, you will have to pay for the repairing. Also of that, you can also buy a new device, to avoid such queries.
By Uninstalling Unwanted Apps
Sometimes, the app you have installed in the device may cause such issues. So, at that time, you should know about that particular app which is causing issues. To safely uninstall those apps, the Safe Mode is the way to go.
So, here is all that you need to do for uninstalling that app.
- First of all, unlock the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 mobile.
- Then, press and hold the Power Key. It will prompt you to confirm turn off the device. Say YES to prompt.
- Do not leave the Power Key until you see Samsung Logo. Then, release the Power Key.
- Now, press and hold the Volume Down Key till the device light up.
- After seeing the light on the display, now you can leave all the keys.
- If you have successfully entered into the Safe Mode, then you can see “Safe Mode” at the lower left corner.
Now, after entering into Safe Mode, you can uninstall the error-causing app with ease. Firstly, you should uninstall the app that you have installed most recently. Because probably most recently installed app is creating more chances for the issues. You can also refer following video to uninstall android apps. We have mentioned 3 ways to delete android apps in that video, we hope you will like it.
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So, by following above procedure, you might be able to avoid such issue on Galaxy Note 4. Even after performing the entire process, still you have the same query, then go ahead with the next one.
Factory Data Reset
If you are still facing the same issue, then the Factory Data Reset is an ultimate trick to solve it.Sometimes, this issue also happens when you have installed the latest firmware version on the device. The latest firmware upgrade will automatically lead your device to reboot or restart. So, to troubleshoot it, you must go on with the Factory Data Reset. But, before you move on, do not forget to take backup of all your data and files. Because this Data Reset process will delete all of your data. So, before applying the process, be careful about the backup.
Here, we will also list out the process of performing Factory Data Reset. So, just have a look at there and follow the same process on your device.
- Switch off the Samsung Galaxy Note 4.
- Then, press and hold the Volume up key, Home key, and Power key simultaneously till you see the Android logo.
- Now, by using the Volume down key navigate the wipe data and factory reset option. To select it, use the Power Button.
- Here, choose an option of Delete all user data using the Volume down key. Again, to select it, press Power key.
- After selecting it, it will take a while to Reboot.
- Then, wait till the device get restarted.
As we have mentioned before, before performing the process, you make sure about taking backup of all the data.
If you are a user of Samsung Galaxy S5 device, then this whole discussion can also be useful to you. If you are having the same issue on Galaxy S5 like Note 4, then this discussion will help you.
In short, for both the users, this discussion will be there to help you. We hope that you should easily understand this discussion. If it does the job, then also share it with other Samsung users. Also, let us know your opinion and reviews regarding the discussion.