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Rebooting cycle in Android

Discussion in 'Alternative Operating System Help' started by White surfer, May 27, 2017.

  1. White surfer

    White surfer Established Techie7 Member

    Hallo - I hope I am in the right place. I have a two and a half year old Samsung Galaxy Tab4 10.1 tablet which has now gone into the continuous rebooting cycle. I have done numerous factory re-sets and also gone into safe mode but the rebooting continues. Can anyone give me any help on this issue please or do I have to put the tablet into touch and fork out for a new one? I am not very conversant with Android and tablets so if anyone has anything to suggest perhaps it could be in words of one syllable please. Many thanks
  2. nukecad

    nukecad Established Techie7 Member

    Sorry I don't know much about the Android OS either, and you seem to have done everything that I could suggest with factory resets and safe mode.

    Might be time to visit a local repair shop, send it to or visit a Samsung service centre, or as you say get a new one.
  3. White surfer

    White surfer Established Techie7 Member

    Thanks for that. The nearest Samsung service centre is more than 100 miles round trip and I don't drive. I've approached the local three repairers who all threw up their hands in despair and advised that a replacement would probably be the cheapest and most reliable option! They all suggested an iPad but as I want/need quite a lot of storage space the expense is out of the question as they do not have a microSD card option. One would have looked at it but he didn't hold out much hope so I've gone for the replacement option and have just ordered a new one.