Galaxy S20 Not Turning ON After Charging – How To Fix

Some Galaxy S20 users have reported that their Samsung Galaxy S20 smartphone is experiencing problems charging. After charging the phone, it is reported that the Samsung Galaxy S20 won’t switch on, even after being fully charged. There are several ways to fix this problem: The Galaxy S20+ Plus will not turn on after charging.

Use the Power button

Before following the rest of the suggestions, it is important to first test. Press the “Power” button several times to see if the Samsung Galaxy S20 is not powering up. If the issue persists, you can try these other solutions.

Use Safe Mode

To put the Galaxy S20 into Safe Mode, you will need to have the pre-loaded apps installed on your smartphone. Safe Mode can be used to determine if another app may be causing the problem. These steps can help you get into Safe Mode.

  • At the same moment, press and hold on the Power button
  • When the Samsung screen is displayed, release Power and press the Volume Down button.
  • Safe Mode text will be visible at the bottom left corner of screen after it restarts.

Boot to Recovery Mode, and Wipe Cache Partition

This article will show you how to get your Samsung Galaxy S20 into Recovery mode.

  • Press and hold simultaneously Volume Up and Home buttons.
  • When your smartphone vibrates you should release the Power button but continue to hold the other buttons, until Android System Recovery screen appears.
  • Use the Volume Down button to go over “wipe cache part” and press Power button to select it.
  • Your smartphone will automatically restart after clearing out the cache partition.

Request Technical Support

If your Samsung Galaxy S20 doesn’t turn on after charging for some reason, then you need to take it back to the store. A replacement unit might be available if the device is damaged. The problem with the Samsung Galaxy S20 could be as simple as the power button not working.

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