Just like every other mobile device, Samsung S7 also has some common faults that, however, does not change the fact that this mobile is great innovation from Samsung.
In this article, I will be taking you through some problems you are likely going to encounter with your Samsung S7 and how to fix them.
Samsung s7 screen repair
The most sensitive part of the Samsung S7 is the screen which is highly prone to damage from an accidental drop. The phone will readily have a crack screen most times it fell off facing the ground, this is why you will see a lot of people around having a cracked screen Samsung S7.
Even though some people try fixing the cracked screen problem themselves but often end up causing more damage to their device, the best and only solution to this problem is replacing the screen.
To replace your cracked or broken screen you need to take it to a qualified Samsung repair center in Singapore or a Samsung service center, though the cost of replacing it here could be very high.
Camera failed warning
Some Samsung S7 users claimed to be having an unexpected error report with the camera consequently stopped working. If you experience this with your device, consider hard-reset which you can do by holding the home and power buttons together until your phone vibrates and restarts.
The camera failure may be a software or hardware problem that you cannot fix. Do not hesitate taking it to a qualified Samsung repair center with a good track record in Singapore where they can help you fix this problem or probably replace the camera.
Samsung s7 battery replacement
The Samsung S7 boasts of a strong 3000mAh battery that can drain and look poor by heavy daily use, most especially when your device runs a lot of power draining apps.
Consider uninstalling all these power consuming apps to save your battery life or turn them off when they are not in use.
Most do it yourself solutions might not work most times, it is recommended you take your phone to a reliable Samsung repair center in Singapore where they can help replace your battery with original one with a warranty.
Damaged power and volume down buttons
It could be so annoying and disturbing when your Samsung S7 power and volume key buttons seem to have stopped working. To fix this try to restart your phone by holding power and volume down button for few seconds to restart.
It is mostly advisable you take your phone to a trusted and reputable Samsung repair center in Singapore to diagnose your problem and repair the affected buttons.