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Samsung Galaxy S20 series problems - Here is how to fix these

2 October, 2020 Samsung

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The Samsung Galaxy S20 series is one of the smartphone series of 2020. The series also includes one of the most expensive devices ever launched but even this phone isn't perfect. Luckily, there are always some workarounds, hacks, and software patches to help improve these glitches. Here is a list of a few problems you can face while using your Samsung Galaxy S20.

 

If you experience delayed notification, you have to check that your phone isn't on the battery optimization. Samsung intentionally delayed notification and stop these to run in the background to save battery life. But if the notifications are important to you, you have to remove your phone from the battery optimization list. Go to Apps > configuration apps > battery optimization > all apps

 

A few users submit a complaint related to their ever-changing refresh rate. Technically, this ins't phone's fault. Not all apps support that high refresh rate. So, if you have 120Hz refresh rate set as a default option, you may experience a drop to 60Hz if the app you are not using isn't compatible with such a high refresh rate or your device temperature goes above 42 celsius degree. This could be a side effect of prolonged gaming sessions or other processor-intensive activities.

 

If you are having trouble with having a smart unlock setup which doesn't seem to work most of the time, it might be your corrupt GPS connection. The problem occurs when you are using a smart lock based on the location like a home or office. This has been fixed by Samsung software update and should be working as intended. But if you are still having some issues, go to settings > advanced features and tap on Bixby routines. Tap on the name of the Bixby routine. Once the page opens, tap on Details. You will find "smart unlcok" on the list of existing presets in the "my routine" section.


Having a smartphone that randomly reboot can be really annoying. If this is something you are face, boot the phone into Safe mode and check if the issue persists. If it doesn't, an app that you might have recently installed is causing this. Uninstall the installed app and see if it works for you. If it doesn't go to Settings > device care >... > advanced and tap on the Disable auto restart option. If the issue still persists, you need to call the customer support or the shop owner from where you bought the phone.

 

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