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How to Fix Phone Not Charing or Turning On Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra/Note 20/Note 10 Plus/Note 10

Last Updated on August 12, 2022 by Bestusefultips

Annoying by Samsung Galaxy won’t turn on or a blank screen, or won’t charge problems? This tutorial will help to fix the phone not charging on Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra/Note 20/Note 10 Plus/Note 10. Different reasons for Samsung won’t charge, such as a faulted charger or battery, wall outlet problem, software glitch, etc. Samsung Galaxy Note supports the wireless charging. If your device has a faulted battery, you need battery replacement before complete warranty time. Some users facing won’t charge the phone in sleep mode or charge slowly, and other Samsung Note battery issues.

How to Fix Samsung Galaxy Note Charging Issues

How to fix Samsung Note 10 won’t charge issues

You can fix the battery that won’t charge on Samsung Galaxy using the troubleshooting methods.

Use Original Charger & Cable

Use the original wireless charger and cable that came with your Samsung Note. To check that the charger & cable are working, try them with another wireless device.

Make sure cable is securely connected to the charger and your device. Check nothing in your device’s port. Also, check the wall outlet and plug it into another phone or electrical device to confirm it is working.

Forced Restart

Press & hold power and volume down button until the Samsung logo appears on the screen. Now, put your phone into charging when power on the device and check to fix the issue.

Clean the Charging Port

Check your phone charging place for dust or dirt. Clean the port with a brush with a soft hand or blow the air.

Check for Software Update

If you’re facing a charging issue after updating your phone, you need to uninstall the update or wait until the next security patch on your Samsung device. You can manually check for a software update by going to Settings > Software updates.

Complete Discharge Your Phone to Fix Samsung Galaxy Not Charging

Charge your phone for at least 40-50 minutes. Press & hold the power button for a few seconds to turn it on. If you see a red light, your battery is fully discharged, or wait until your phone automatically powers off.

Try a Wireless Charger

Make sure to enable wireless charging in your Samsung Note. You can use a wireless charger in your Samsung note series to try charging. Also, use wireless PowerShare to charge your phone with another Qi-supported device.

Enable Safe Mode

Step 1: Press and hold the power button on your Samsung Note.

Step 2: Tap & hold the Power off button until view the Reboot to safe mode.

Step 3: Tap OK to reboot your Samsung into safe mode.

Step 4: The Safe mode symbol appears in the bottom left corner.

Now, hide all third-party apps from your Samsung Galaxy Note device. Check your phone charge, if you can’t find any problem that means a downloaded app causing the issue. If your problem doesn’t go away in safe mode, it means the problem related to hardware or OS. Restart your phone to turn off Safe Mode on Samsung devices. Now, remove one by one recently downloaded app and check to fix the issue.

Factory Data Reset if Samsung Won’t Turn On

Make sure to back up & restore your important Samsung Galaxy Note data. It will delete all your phone data including downloaded apps, Google account, Samsung account, photos, videos, etc.

Step 1: Turned off your Samsung Note.

Step 2: Press & hold the volume down button & power button at the same time until the Samsung logo appears on the screen then release the power button.

Use the volume up or down button to highlight the option and the power button to select.

Step 3: Press the volume down button until seeing the Android system recovery mode, and press the power button.

Recovery mode options see such as reboot system now, apply update from ADB, update/recover from SD card, Wipe data/factory reset, and more.

Step 4: Press the volume down button to highlight Wipe data/factory reset and press the power button to confirm.

Step 5: Press the volume button to select Yes, now press the power button to factory reset Samsung Note 10+.

Step 6: Press the volume button until select the Reboot system now and tap the Power button.

Now check fix battery won’t charge issues on your Samsung Galaxy Note series.

Frequently Asked Question:

What do I do if My Phone Charger is Plugged in but not charging Samsung?

To fix the Samsung phone charging issue, check your phone charger faulted or wall outlet, clean the charging port if there is any dust or dirt, update software, force reboot, etc. If you still face the issue, you need to contact a nearby Samsung store to fix the charging problem.

Why my Samsung Phone is Not Turning On?

Check if your phone battery has run out. Put your Samsung device in charging for 20-25 minutes. Now, long-press the power button to turn on your phone. If you still have to face the issue, hold the volume down and the power button simultaneously until the Samsung logo appears.

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We hope one of the above-given methods useful to fix Samsung Note 10 won’t charge issues. Please tell us in the comment box below if you have any trouble. Stay and connect with us for the latest updates.

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