So just last night, my phone shut off by itself. When I tried turning it back on, the SGH-D900 screen came up, then turn off. I knew my battery was fully charged, but just in case, I attached the charger. I tried turning it back on again, and it just kept rebooting itself over and over when it got to the D900 screen. I don't know how I could have broken it. I've dropped it awhile back, literally one time, and it wasn't even that bad of a fall. What do I do?
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That actually is a flaw in the Sansung phone itself, its something in the manufacturing. When getting large messages or multimedia messages the Samsung will power itself on and off. Had the same problem with Samsung.
It is probably is the charging port. Have you tried a different charger?
If it is the charger port on you SGH-D900, You have 3 options.
1. get it repaired, under warranty if possible. 2. Get a new one 3.Get
an external battery charger and charge battery separate from
phone.Another battery and charger will set you back about 10 dollars on
We cannot say that it is a faulty battery. Sometimes the battery just gets loose. You need to check if the battery is loose, if not, you may wanna try using another battery. If you get the same problem even you're using another battery, you need to bring your phone to the authorized repair shop for firmware upgrade.
Firmware upgrade might bring the phone back to its normal behavior.
Dear, how it has broken. if the line are more than normal and is just on casing then u can change the casing but if the lines are in screen itself then u have to change the screen or try to buff a little bit. try it by the way...
This happened to my old phone...try opening up the back and just move the sim card in/out/around (depending on phone)...then retry starting it up...it didnt fix the problem but every 5 times i had to do this....hopefully this will work...gd luck lilolo