How to fix Samsung Galaxy S7 that’s not charging

In this post, I’ll tell you how you can fix Samsung Galaxy S7 that’s not charging, it happens because of several reasons and in this post,I’ll tell you how to fix all the problem which cause charging issues on Samsung Galaxy S7. We’ve covered many issues of Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge visits the links below to check them.

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How to fix Samsung Galaxy S7 that’s not charging:

Reboot your phone: This is oldest and most effective trick in books, Reboot your device and put it on charging and most of the time it works like a charm.

Plug in the charger and hold the phone at various angles: This would help you to know that what is causing the issue, is it cable or charging port. All you have to do is plug in the charging cable and move your phone upside down, right, left etc. If your phone start charging at the certain angle that means your cable is ok and the issue is with a port. The best solution for that is to go to the repair center and get it fixed.

Verify the USB cable isn’t broken: This is really important, check your USB cable, sometimes it’s broken but we can’t see it. Connect other devices with the same cable, start pressing the cable from various points to see is there any bump etc.

Verify that your phone charges wirelessly: This will come real handy, if your device is charging wirelessly that means your charging port is done. Go to Samsung service center and get it checked by officials.

Check Which app is causing not charging issue:

  • To check this you have to perform the following steps.
  • First, Press and hold power key.
  • Now when you see the  ‘Samsung Galaxy S7’ logo on the screen, release the power and hold Volume down key.
  • Don’t let go the volume down key until your device finishes rebooting.
  • When you see Safe mode in the bottom left corner of your screen, release the volume down button.

Now you’ll be in safe mode and all of your third-party apps will be temporarily disabled, now plug-in the charger. If your device start charging normally as it used to do, that means some third party app was causing this issue.

Turn off your phone and charge.

This might help us to know, what is the main issue. If for some reason first step was a total failure, this will help. Now if your device charge normally while no apps are running in background, that means either pre-installed apps are causing this, firmware glitch, battery or a hardware issue.

Try deleting the system cache and then charge:

  • Turn off your Samsung Galaxy S7.
  • Now press and hold home+Power+Volume Up key.
  • Release the power button once you see Samsung Galaxy S7 logo, but keep holding home and Volume up keys.
  • Now when you see Android logo, let go both buttons.
  • Use the volume down button to navigate and highlight wipe cache partition.
  • Now use the power key to select the option.
  • You have to select ‘Yes‘ when you’ll be prompted to next menu.
  • Now wait for the process to be completed, once it’s done highlight ‘Reboot system now’ and press power button to select it.
  • All Done.

factory default settings and try charging it again:

  • Turn off your Samsung Galaxy S7.
  • Now press and hold home+Power+Volume Up key.
  • Release the power button once you see Samsung Galaxy S7 logo, but keep holding home and Volume up keys.
  • Now when you see Android logo, let go both buttons.
  • Use the volume down button to navigate and highlight wipe data / factory reset.
  • Now use the power key to select the option.
  • You have to select ‘Yes‘ when you’ll be prompted to next menu.
  • Now wait for the process to be completed, once it’s done highlight ‘Reboot system now’ and press power button to select it.
  • All Done.

 

Ali Raza

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