Samsung Galaxy Note 7 getting bootloops, crashes and other issues
We just recently saw the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 and this smartphone wowed the entire wold in many ways than one. For one, it is a very beautiful device to behold especially considering the fact that it made use of the very beautiful curved screen technology thaws always exclusive to Edge variants of Samsung smartphones and the great innards coupled with the very high rate of sensors that have been packed into just one smartphone makes it a device that cannot just be rolled back with a wave of the hand.
However, after launch, users have had issues with this piece of hardware with the earlies one being the explosion that occurred during a charging session, an accident that was attributed to the use of the USB Type C connector that is on board.
However, there has been a new issue that is not just exclusive to one user this time around but has featured across various markets and people. Just a few days after purchase, the users have been found on forums and platforms making complaints about software crashes, bootloop problems and bricks.
While this has no particular order, it happens after a few days and starts as a bootloop problem that gets awry as they plan to boot the device into safe mode. Random crashes are also one of the major issues and with the amount that has already been spent on each unit, these should not even be an issue at all.
We hope Samsung identifies the cause of this problem and star to fix fast enough before they lose the market too much.
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