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My Samsung Tab S7Plus won’t charge? Is this the problem you’re dealing with Samsung Tab S7? Don’t worry, we’ve prepared the best fixes to get rid of Samsung Tab S7 won’t charge at all as long as it is not hardware fault or liquid damage to the device. There are plenty of reasons behind this issue like firmware crashing, charger not working, battery damaged, and much more. It’s quite a common issue that is being reported and resolved by Android users in their day-to-day life.
We’ll try to rule out all the possibilities until the Samsung Tab starts charging itself, or the last option is to connect with Samsung Customer Care to get the hardware problem. Without wasting much of your time, let’s deep dive into the solutions.
Fix Samsung Tab S7, Tab S7 Plus Won’t Charge At All
Check for Software Update
First things first, if your Tab S7 has some juice left, the best thing you could do is check for software updates. Sometimes, the Samsung Tab won’t charge or slowly charge, which might be affected due to a minor software glitch. Let’s try to fix the issue by putting the Tab for a software update.
- Make sure the Tab S7 is connected to the Wi-Fi.
- Navigate to the Settings App.
- Search Software Update.
- Tap Check for updates.
Check Charging Cable
Still, the Samsung Tab S7 is not charging? Then start cross-checking the adapter and charging cable that plays a major role in supplying and maintaining the power when you connect the Tab to the charger. If the charging cable is damaged or broken, or the adapter itself is not responding, then it’s obvious the Tab S7 won’t charge.
Furthermore, try connecting the same cable, to any other smartphone or Tablet, to verify if the charging cable is damaged or the fault is in the Tab.
Connect Tab to Charger and perform Force Restart
To overrule the firmware crashing problem, we would recommend you to connect the Tab to charger and do a force restart. Since the tablet is equipped with a non-removable battery, force restarting the tab is as effective as removing and re-inserting the battery.
- In addition, connect the charging cable to Tab, here’s how to force restart the Samsung Tab.
- Press and hold the Power button and Volume Down button for about 10 seconds until the SAMSUNG logo displays.
Clean the Charging Port
Over time, the charging port amasses dust and dirt, which become a hurdle for the charging cable to supply the power correctly. You should try to clean the charging port carefully, blow air with your mouth or gently remove the dirt from the port. Try not to damage the charging port, while cleaning it.
Contact Samsung Support
None of the above-mentioned workarounds fixes the Samsung Tab S7Plus, Tab S7 won’t charge or slow charge, it’s is time to take the tablet to the Samsung Technicians. They will examine the tablet for hardware fault, and if possible replace the charging port or cable whichever is required. You can connect with Samsung over Chat, Email Support, over Call, or personally visit the nearest Service Center.