Last Updated on March 7, 2021 by Bestusefultips
Suddenly Samsung S7 not charging or turning on after updated the firmware? You can see a stuck in Bootloop or black screen of death on a Galaxy S7 Edge & S7. Here are the possible solutions to fix Samsung S7 Won’t Turn On Or Charge issue. There are various reasons for this issue such as battery faulted, charger fault, damaged charging port or power outlet, etc. If none of the methods fix Samsung Galaxy S7 won’t turn on issue, you need to factory reset or wipe cache partition on your Samsung S7 and Galaxy S7 edge device.
You can contact your Samsung service center. They are able to fix it to check if any hardware, motherboard, and battery-related issue, it may be replaced under warranty. They also wipe the storage of your device. Try below given possible solutions to fix Samsung Galaxy S7 won’t turn on after charging.
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7 Methods To Fix Samsung S7 Won’t Turn On or Black screen of death
Use Power & Volume buttons
Hold down the power and volume down buttons until the phone restarts.
Try Vol down + home + power button for like 15-20 secs see if there’s any response.
Holding the power & volume down until vibrate and let go. After 1-2 minutes, now again apply the same process, and held for 10-15 seconds. Now check the phone turn on or charge.
Use Download Mode to fix Samsung S7 not turning on
Power off the device then hold volume down + home button then connect a device to PC it should force a device to enter download mode. If wake up the screen, charge your phone.
Check wall outlet
Sometimes if the wall outlet is damage or not reach power so you’re Galaxy S7 & Galaxy S7 edge won’t charge. Try another wall outlet and check it.
Wait until Complete discharge battery
Wait for the battery died then plug it into a wall charger and see if the charging appears. If it does, charge your phone and power on.
Check your device charger
First of all, try your device charger to another device. If not charge, you’ll need a new charger to charge your Galaxy S7 device.
Turn on safe mode galaxy S7 to fix Samsung Galaxy S7 won’t turn on
Step 1: Turn off your Galaxy S7 device
Step 2: Press & hold the power button from Galaxy S7 screen
Step 3: While Samsung logo appears on screen, press & hold the volume down button until see “safe mode” in your galaxy S7 screen
Safe mode will display in the bottom left side corner of the screen. If your galaxy S7 device running normally in safe mode, it means any third party apps causing the issue. Find that particular app and delete it from your device.
To exit safe mode on Samsung Galaxy S7 & S7 edge, press the power button and tap restart. If none of the above-given methods worked for you to fix Samsung galaxy S7 & galaxy S7 edge won’t turn on after charging, try below given the last solution.
Use recovery mode to factory reset Samsung Galaxy S7 & Galaxy S7 edge
Step 1: Press and hold the power button, home and volume button at the same time
Step 2: While phone vibrate, holding the home & volume up button until appear “Android system recovery” screen
Step 3: Press volume down button until “Wipe cache partition” and press power button to select it
Step 4: Press volume buttons to scroll to “Yes” and press the power button to select it.
Clearing the cache data may take 2-5 minutes.
Step 5: Use the volume buttons to scroll to “Reboot system now”, press the power button to select it
That’s all. Is your Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge affected after fully charging? Did this solution fix Samsung galaxy S7 won’t turn on? Let us know by leaving a comment below box.