It's not the first time that I have seen it, but in the past I tought thay it was because the phone was in my pocket.
Yesterday the phone was on the table neer of me and he was starting up again without any contact. Now I'am shore that its not because the phone is in my pocket but starting up for another reasen.
I thik I installed the last months more then 5 or 6 applications.
I bought this SAMSUNG S2 i9100G around 3 weeks before i dont know what is the problem suddenly my phone is switch off i assumed that maybe i keep in pocket so suddenly the phone has been switch off later when i was in office some times i see the phone suddenly switch off, i am not much familiar of this phone if there is any settings need to be do please let me know friends, as there is currently there is update the version 2.3.6 to 4.0.3 i already updated.
I have a galaxy S2 already for several months.
The last weeks I have seen that my phone was switching off and on automaticly.
Do anyone have the same problem?
I am facing same problem since last last week.
Today I noticed that my battery was 81% charged when my phone automatically switched off
Battery Usage was
56m57s on battery
Android OS 55%
Android System 7%
Cell Standby 4%
Phone idle 3%
Android Core Apps 2%
I updated my device to 4.0.3 version last week.
I don't know whether this problem is due to
1. NEW update 4.0.3 or
2. I installed any wrong apps from market
3. Any software problem
4. Any hardware problem
I have recently purchased a used Samsung S2 LTE running ICS which would turn itself off automatically several times during the day. Turning on the unit would then require a long hold on the power button or removal of the battery. I had tried several possible solutions including wiping the partition cache, cleaning the battery contacts, and completely discharging the battery, but eventually determined that the problem was with my brushed aluminum slim casemate.
I suspect the tight fitting case would twist the cell phone causing the battery to have a poor contacts and the unit would shut down. I haven't had any problems since I have removed the case.
I had the same problem - and did what was recommended. The system apps you have installed are clashing
the same can happen on PCs. Any App games do not affect.
Delete any system apps you had prior to this happening. E. G. 2 virus protections will clash.
I hope this helps. I did this for mine. Game Apps should be OK.
Re random shutdown.It makes the galaxy s2 useless as a phone a you cannot be sure it is turned on.I think time for a class action law suite!! The Samsung repair in Thailand shop can't get it right.Any lawyers interested in helping us recouping our money or exchanging for a product that works?
i have bought myself this phone 3 months ago...and the day i bought it,it started to turn off automatically..and i have to remove my battery each time i wanna turn it on...
have tried all the below infos.and nothing yet...
i had before samsung s plus and it was perfectly working but this.......im so disapointed...
plus i keep on recharching my mobile minimum 3 times per day.....
yes i got my phone in october within a week was cutting off , mine cuts off nearly everyday sometimes 3 or 4 times a day, been in touch with o2 and they are replacing phone with a sony ericson xperia.great phone apart from that.
I had exactly the same issue with my gf s2 phone. I ended up getting a refund on it and bought her the nexus 4.
I reset it back to factory defults and ran tbat. It still shutdown and there was no way I wad paying for a phone that kept shutting off. Not much help, I know but the nexus 4 was the same price and she prefers it.
I have commented on another thread, but thought I would leave something here.
Basically, I am on to my second S2 in two months.It has been for repair to Vodafone and Samsung.
I was told by Vodafone today that Samsung are aware of the issue. When they receive the faulty phones, they test them to see what the issue is. Sadly, because it's the software, they can't do anything until they find out exactly what the issue is!
I am so disappointed because it is a great phone. I have written a letter of complaint to Samsung and am really hoping Vodafone might exchange my phone.
Good luck with it - sounds to me like there is no solution.
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