Guide to Fix the Most Common Issues in Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Series

The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series also includes the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. Both the devices are equipped with high-quality cameras, colossal display, S Pen, and various unique and robust features. Along with all the high-end specifications, both the smartphones have their share of troubles as well. Many users had disclosed the issues they experienced, and most of the concerns were common to all.

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Thus, we have brought you the guide to fix those issues on your own. Check out the list of common problems and their solution below:

Edge Lighting

At times, the edge lighting feature doesn’t work properly, and the screen fails to show the notifications. Despite turning the notifications on, users have experienced this trouble. To fix it, go to the Settings of your device and go to Edge Lighting. Then, select Choose Apps; here, you’ll find that the Messages app is selected by default. From the list, choose the apps for which you want to receive the notifications.

If this doesn’t fix the problem, then your MicroSD card (from an old device used on Samsung) could be the culprit. Or it could be that an old folder that got transferred in the Galaxy Note 20 or Ultra that’s creating issues on it. If this is the case, you have to format your SD card and take the backup of the essential files.

You must also check the Animations Developer options and set it to at least 0.5x to eradicate the Edge Lighting issue. Moreover, you can try third-party apps, like Edge Lighting+ or AODNotify.

Sudden Reboot

A few users noticed that their phones randomly reboot themselves, and for some people, this error occurs only when they try using swipe gestures. To resolve this error, you have to tweak the functions of each swipe gesture. You can use Samsung’s One Hand Operation app to customize and control each swipe gesture’s roles.

If it doesn’t solve your problem, then an app is causing this problem. For this, you have to boot your phone into Safe Mode and check if the issue persists. If it doesn’t, uninstall the most recently updated or installed apps on your device and check if the issue has been resolved.

Sudden Vibrations

Some users are experiencing a short burst of vibrations similar to what the device produces when the S Pen is removed. To get a quick fix for a few hours, try restarting your device, or make the following settings:

  1. Go to Settings and select Display. Click on the Edge screen and go to Edge panels.
  2. Then, tap on Handle settings and turn off Vibrate When Handle is Touched.
  3. On the Settings app, now, click on Sound and vibration.
  4. Select System Sound or Vibration Control and turn off touch interactions.

If you’re using a magnetic case, then try removing it for a few hours and check it the issue persists.

Apart from these issues, users might be seeing “camera failed” messages, or experiencing overheating, green tint during low brightness, and phone failing to switch to LTE issues. These are the causes of software errors, and an update can fix it completely. Until the new update rolls out, you have to keep up with your device. Try the fixes, as mentioned above, for a hassle-free experience.

James Boond is a Microsoft Office expert and has been working in the technology industry since 2002. As a technical expert, she has written technical blogs, manuals, white papers, and reviews for many websites such as office.com/setup .

 

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