How To Fix Random Restart Problem In Android Phones

How To Fix Random Restart Problem In Android Phones

Nowadays, many Android users face random reboot issues with their devices and smartphones. This problem can occur due to Hardware or Software issues that need to be resolved. It is entirely possible that there is a problem with a newly installed app that you’re using or an overheating device or some other reason.

In case your Android smartphone keeps restarting randomly without any reason. Then this article will surely help you to fix this problem. This solution is applicable for all Android devices.

Why Does My Android Phone Randomly Restart Itself?

Android phones tend to restart themselves without any valid reason. This is a major problem which Android users face so do not worry too much. However, an unexpected restart may have a bad effect on various services and applications. Thankfully these problems can now be fixed, just follow these steps listed below.

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Uninstall Apps- Bad Apps And Rarely Used Apps:

Sometimes, random restart can be caused due to poor quality or badly designed Apps. Try uninstalling apps you rarely use. Always, use trustworthy apps since they are reliable. I have recently discovered that my Android phone restarts sometimes when receiving a text message through a third party app. To fix the issue you can use the below steps to uninstall the Apps.

  • Launch Settings on your Android phone.
  • Now, tap on Applications/Apps.

application settings

  • Next, tap on the App that you want to Uninstall.

Applock application

  • Finally, tap on the Uninstall button.

uninstall applock

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Upgrade Apps Which Have Been Outdated:

In most cases, users keep turned off auto-app updates on their Android Phone. Apps cannot be updated automatically since the auto-update feature is off. So, make sure that all apps on your Android Phone are updated. If not, you can update them from the steps below:

  • Open Google Play Store.
  • Tap on the 3-line Menu icon.

Google play

  • From the drop-down menu, tap on My Apps & Games.

google play apps and games

  • Now select the app you wish to update, tap on the UPDATE.

google play store update

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System Apps Are Disabled:

If the apps required to run the Android OS properly are disabled, then it may cause the randomly restarting issue. So, enable those apps which are necessary for your device to running properly.

  • Tap on Settings > Applications/Apps.

Applications

  • Here, swipe over or go to the Disabled tab.

google application disabled

Go through the list of Disabled Apps and Enable the Apps that are important.

Overheating:

Most of the Android Phones are designed to shut down automatically if they get heated up. Android phone manufactures designed this feature to protect phones from damages.

In case you find your device overheating regularly, you should contact the retailer or the manufacturer.

Corrupted System Software

Sometimes the Android system software gets corrupted or damaged due to a various reasons.

If you are using a custom ROM, try a compatible version of ROM. If you are not using custom ROM then, you have the only option left is to Factory Reset your Android Phone.

Unfortunately, Factory Reset will erase all the data from your device. However, if you want to perform a Factory Rest, do remember to take a full backup of your phone first and then perform the following steps.

  • Launch Settings on your Android phone.
  • Next, scroll down and tap on Backup & Reset Option.

backup and reset

  • Finally, tap on the Factory data reset option.

factory data reset

Defective Hardware Problems

If you have tried all above-mentioned steps and your Android phone is still facing the same issue then the problem could be hardware related. The only solution in such as case is to contact retailer or manufacturer and find out if the Phone can be replaced or repaired.

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That’s all folks! I hope this tutorial will help you fix the Android phone randomly restart problem. In case you have any other advice, please feel free to share in comments section below.

Vikram Dharmadhikari

Vikram Dharmadhikari is a technical writer and blogger at Systweak. Being a software engineer, he tends to write about latest technologies and computer problems & easy solutions for the same. He loves to play cricket and tries to take full advantage of the technology available at hand.

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