Samsung Galaxy Note 4 turns off suddenly - Tip

It can happen that your Samsung Galaxy Note 4 suddenly automatically turns off with no reason. If this failure occurs the smartphone can maybe not be started again. This phenomenon occurs whenever there are problems with the battery of your smartphone. The battery can no longer give the consumed power by tSamsung Galaxy Note 4, so it then comes to a sudden shutdown. In general, you can check very quickly whether the battery of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 has a technical defect.

When the battery of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 has been overused, rarely loaded or already a bit older (2 years), then it looks inflated. Such a bloated battery can very easily be detected with the following trick:

Take your Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and remove the cover on the back. Now take out the battery and place it on a flat surface such as a table.

There are now two possibilities:

1. The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 battery lies flat on the table



 

If the battery is just like the picture on the table, it is technically okay and either has only aging signs or the fault lies in the installed Android firmware.

2. The battery of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 can be "rocked" on the table

 

If the battery does not lie flat on the table as senn in the picture, it is bloated and should be immediately replaced with a new battery. Due to an existing explosion risk, this battery should not be charged in your smartphone.

We hope this tip has helped you to detect whether the battery of your Samsung Galaxy Note 4 has a technical defect that leads to the sudden power off.



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Comments (8)

  1. Gwen

My daughter and I have Note 4's. I purchased new batteries for both our phones last year. Original Samsung batteries with NFC. A few months ago, her phone was shutting off even if fully charged. It would only restart when the charging cable was...

My daughter and I have Note 4's. I purchased new batteries for both our phones last year. Original Samsung batteries with NFC. A few months ago, her phone was shutting off even if fully charged. It would only restart when the charging cable was plugged into household outlet. It turned out to be a bloated battery. Now, 3 months later, I am having the same issues, and I just checked my battery, it is bloated. We did not get one years use out of these batteries. This will be the 4th time I purchase a new battery for my phone. However, these are the first batteries I have had to replace because they were bloated.

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  1. Nesu M

Download an app called wake lock

 
  1. Jason

My mom's Note 4 was dropped onto a very hard surface and now suddenly turns off at 15% every time it gets that low. The battery rocks slightly and only towards one side lengthwise. Is this a battery issue?

 
  1. Basanta kumar pradha

My samsung note4 mobile suddenly off and after fewmnts its automatically on then i change battery but problem is not solved...can you suggestion what can i do now .

 
  1. Karl

I was having this problem, it would loop on and off once it hit a certain percentage, it turned out to be an app that I had un-installed bit android had not taken it off the sd. Ard, go through the app manager under "sdcard" and unintelligible...

I was having this problem, it would loop on and off once it hit a certain percentage, it turned out to be an app that I had un-installed bit android had not taken it off the sd. Ard, go through the app manager under "sdcard" and unintelligible every app that is not actually installed on the phone

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  1. fadhli

I change my phone battery alrdy but my phone still will turn off by its self..if i want to turn back on i have to plug in charging cable then it will turn on..help me any one?

 
  1. Arafath

replace Original samsung battery with (NFC chip),<br />Its ll work fine until 0% like b/new phone !!!!

 
  1. Anoop

I had checked like you had mensioned above, but still the problem exists , So any other options please ! :zzz :sad:

 
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