The Samsung Galaxy J7 is the newest addition to Samsung’s J series. The Galaxy J7 has been enthusiastically welcomed by the users and received good critical acclaim. The smartphone is powered by Android Lollipop . It has a 5.5 inch LCD display screen and a resolution of 720 x 1280 pixels. Galaxy J7 is not a flagship device, but it has its features and as a mid-range smartphone it is one of the best in the market.
However, a lot of Galaxy J7 users have been encountering some problems. Some of the main issues include overheating and battery draining. These issues can be solved with a little bit of tinkering. But, the main issue which J7 users are facing is the Auto Reboot Problem. J7 users are complaining that their smartphone restarts automatically without any warning multiple times. We have good news for those who are struggling with this issue. In this article, we are going to give you a complete walkthrough of how to solve the auto reboot problem.
How to solve the Auto Reboot issue in Samsung Galaxy J7:
There are only a few steps that you need to take to fix the auto reboot problem. This method has been tested for the model J700H. However, if you have the J700F chances are that these steps will work for that model too. Here are the steps that you need to take to fix the auto reboot problem in your Galaxy J7:
Step 1: Check the model number
The first thing you need to do to fix this issue is to check your smartphone’s model number. To do this Go to Menu > Settings > About Device. Inside About Device section there will be the model number of your device if it is J700H or J700F then proceed further. Otherwise, we can’t guarantee that this will work.
Step 2: Turn Auto Restart Off
Now go to Settings > Backup & Reset and from there turn off the Auto Restart feature by tapping on the section. Most of the times this step alone solve the Auto Reboot issue.
Step 3: Enable all disabled apps
Now go to the Applications and Select Applications Manager. Swipe through all the options, till you reach the Disabled Tab. Now, keep in mind that you do not have to Disable any app. While, if there is any app that is disabled, you have to Enable it compulsory.
Step 4: Get access to Developer options
After you are done enabling all the apps, go to the About Device option. There would be several options present there. Among all of them, go to the Build Number option and tap it 7 times, continuously this will allow you to access developer options.
Step 5: Limit Background Processes
Now enter the Developer Options. Look for the Limit Background Processes processes option and set the limit to At most 4 processes.
And you are done. After completing these steps just restart your device and hopefully, your problem will be solved. Just in case it isn’t fixed a complete factory reset of the device is your best bet at solving the issue. Below is a complete video walkthrough of the Auto Reboot fix be sure to check it out if you are having trouble with any of the above steps.