Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus has been released just a few months back and some of the users already started facing some issues with this new flagship device. There might be various reasons for the issues faced by the users and fortunately those can be fixed easily by going through some easy steps. Galaxy S6 Edge Plus won’t turn on is one of the issues. There might be a situation when the new device does not get turned on after it got turned off suddenly for no reasons. All the possible ways to fix this problem are discussed here.
Also read: Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge problems and solutions.
Steps to fix Galaxy S6 Edge Plus won’t turn on
Method 1: Force restart the Galaxy S6 Edge plus
Force restart is a very useful way that fixes many issues and this is the first thing that you should try. S6 Edge Plus turning on problem can also be fixed just by performing this easy and quick step. Unfortunately, the battery of this new set is not removable unlike, so you have to follow other tricks. Some combination of keys performs the same role as pulling out and then inserting the battery again.
Press the Volume down button and power key button altogether for 20-30 seconds and in case the phone was just frozen, this method will fix up the issue.
Method 2: Charge the phone
If the solution we shared above does not work for you, move on to the second method. In case the phone is completely discharged, it will not respond to the first method. So, plug the charger in and see if the charging sign is displayed on the screen. In case the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus won’t turn on issue occurs only because of the discharging issue, and it will be solved now. However, if the LED light does not light up and no charging sign is noticed on the screen, then it might be some other problem.
Method 3: Boot the phone in safe mode
In case any third party application is causing the issue, it will be known clearly after booting your device in safe mode, and then you can uninstall that application completely from your device. Follow the below steps for that.
- Press and hold the power and volume down buttons altogether for a few seconds.
- When the Samsung logo appears on the screen, release the power button only.
- Keep on pressing the volume down key until the full booting process is completed.
- Once boot in safe mode is done, it will prompt to unlock the screen and safe mode will appear on the left bottom corner of the screen.
Method 4: Wipe cache partition
Wiping cache partition is another useful method that can help you to get rid of this issue. To perform wipe cache partition after booting the device in recovery mode, follow these steps:
- Press the volume up, power and home buttons altogether and hold them until the phone start to vibrate.
- When you feel the vibration, release the power key and continue pressing the other two keys.
- After a few seconds, the Android recovery screen will be displayed after which both the buttons should be released.
- Next, use the volume down button to highlight the options and power button to confirm any action. Highlight the option ‘wipe cache partition’ and then confirm it using the power key.
- Once the wipe cache partition process is completed, highlight the option ‘reboot system now’ and confirm it again using the power key. That’s it. Most probably the issue will be resolved by then.
You can also perform the factory reset in case all the aforesaid methods have been conducted and the situation is still the same. Hopefully, one of the aforementioned methods will solve your issue. However, if the problem still exists, take your phone to a technician to fix it.
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