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How To Turn Off or Reboot the Galaxy S7

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How To Turn Off or Reboot the Galaxy S7 is a post by Cory Gunther from Gotta Be Mobile.

The Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge are two of the most popular smartphones available today. Millions of people own one and more are buying it daily. As a result, we get lots of questions from beginners. With new users in mind, below we’ll explain how to turn off or reboot the Galaxy S7.

With a powerful phone like the Galaxy S7 there is a lot to learn. From setting everything up, downloading apps, changing wallpapers or ringtones and more. Often first-time smartphone owners get overloaded by it all. We’re here to help.

Read: 10 Common Galaxy S7 Problems & How To Fix Them

Something like turning off or rebooting a phone is easy for some. With others it may not be as clear, especially if you don’t know to push and hold the power button. Or are expecting to find a “reboot” option in settings. Read on for some quick beginner tips.

Without further delay, you’re here for quick and easy to understand instructions for turning off or rebooting your phone. It’s actually really easy. The option isn’t hiding in settings either, so you’ll never see a “reboot” button if you don’t know what to do.

How to Turn Off or Reboot the Galaxy S7

If you need to turn off or reboot your Galaxy S7, it’s extremely easy. This may be to fix some little bugs or problems, or just because it feels slower than it should be. All owners need to do is push and hold the power button for 1-2 seconds. Then select from the menu shown below.

On the right edge of the Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge, around the middle, is the power button. Push and hold it while the screen is turned on. A popup will appear with options to Power Off, Restart, or Emergency Mode.

Read: 20 Best Galaxy S7 Cases

As expected, hitting Power Off will completely turn your phone off and it will not turn back on. You’ll need to push and hold the power button again when it’s off to power on your device. Additionally, select reboot from the popup to quickly power-cycle the phone. This is the easiest way to fix little problems or bugs any owner is facing. A tip many new smartphone owners should know.

Reboot a Frozen Galaxy S7

What about rebooting or turning off a Galaxy S7 that’s frozen? The battery can’t be removed, so this isn’t clear to many first-time users. For more details read this quick guide on frozen phones.

All owners need to do if their phone is completely unresponsive, is press and hold the power button down for 7-seconds. This will issue what’s know as a “hard reboot” or reset, and make the phone restart. You’ll see some odd things on the screen, and it’ll boot up and be ready to use again in no time.

If you recently picked up a Galaxy S7 we’d recommend checking out our post of 45 tips and tricks. Learn all about what it has to offer and some neat things it can do. Now you have a better understanding of the phone, how to turn it off, or reboot it in case of problems. Enjoy.

How To Turn Off or Reboot the Galaxy S7 is a post by Cory Gunther from Gotta Be Mobile.

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How To Cut Micro Sim & Make Nano Sim for iPhone 5 Free & Easy! Mini & MicroSim Convert to NanoSim

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Samsung doubles down on RCS, brings next-gen messaging to Marshmallow devices

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Samsung says it is working closely with carriers around the world to advance the next-generation messaging format, and that it intends to bring RCS to devices running Android Marshmallow or higher.

The post Samsung doubles down on RCS, brings next-gen messaging to Marshmallow devices appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Samsung Galaxy S8 Rumors: What to Believe

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Samsung has dominated the Android phone market for at least a half-decade, but the Galaxy Note 7 debacle last year lost the company goodwill with customers after its phones exploded in pants, hotel rooms, airplanes, and elsewhere.

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iOS 8.3 Beta 4 vs iOS 7.1.2 iPhone on 4S

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iOS 10.3 Update: 6 Reasons to Get Excited & 2 Reasons Not To

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iOS 10.3 Update: 6 Reasons to Get Excited & 2 Reasons Not To is a post by Adam Mills from Gotta Be Mobile.

We’ve been using the iOS 10.3 update for several weeks and here are a few reasons to get excited about Apple’s next big iOS 10 release.

In late January, just a few days after the release of its iOS 10.2.1 update, Apple confirmed yet another iOS 10 update for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.

While some of the exciting iOS 10.3 rumors failed to pan out, the first version of iOS 10.3 beta delivered some new and interesting changes to developers and those testing the software in the free Beta Software Program.

Apple’s since built on that foundation with a couple of new beta releases including the current version of iOS 10.3, iOS 10.3 beta 4.

The iOS 10.3 update is going to be an exciting release for many iPhone and iPad users. Here, you see a new visual breakdown of iCloud storage use coming with iOS 10.3.

Like all milestone updates, the iOS 10.3 update comes with a mixture of bug fixes, tweaks, and new features. Some, like a crucial bug fix for a iPhone 6s Plus and iPhone 6 Plus issue, are more impressive than others.

While it doesn’t have any new emoji or a promise of better battery life, the iOS 10.3 is shaping up to be an exciting release for iPhone and iPad users and a release could be just a few short weeks away.

Today we want to take a look at a few of the features, and other details, that have us the most excited about the iOS 10.3 update. There’s also one detail we’re not particularly excited about as we head into the month of March.

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The first thing to get excited about is that you probably won't have to wait too much longer for the official version of iOS 10.3 to arrive for your device. 

If you're uninterested in trying out the iOS 10.3 beta, or if you're dealing with an maddening problem on iOS 10.2.1 or an older version of iOS, know that the iOS 10.3 release date could take place next month.

We haven't been able to nail down an exact date but a March iOS 10.3 release is trending in the right direction.

Nothing is confirmed but Apple is rumored to have a launch event set for next month. The company is expected to debut new iPad models. Rumors are also pointing to 128GB iPhone SE and a brand new red iPhone 7 option. 

So how does iOS 10.3 play into this? Well, a Bloomberg says "Apple may roll out the new iPad software features as part of an upgrade to the iOS 10 operating system in the first half of 2017." 

Developers poking through the iOS 10.3 beta a hidden one-hand floating iPad keyboard layout that is compatible with a 9.7-inch iPad or a smaller model (iPad mini). The feature isn't live but a debut alongside new iPad hardware is certainly possible. 

It's also worth noting that last year's March event saw the debut of a new iPad Pro, the iPhone SE, and Apple's official version of iOS 9.3. The company released the iOS 9.3 update the same day as the event. 

With the iOS 10.3 beta now on its fourth iteration (iOS 10.3 beta 4 arrived just a mere week after the release of iOS 10.3 beta 3) and a potential March looming, we're confident that iOS 10.3 will be released sooner rather than later. 

Now, let's move onto the iOS 10.3 update itself. 

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iOS 10.3 Update: 6 Reasons to Get Excited & 2 Reasons Not To is a post by Adam Mills from Gotta Be Mobile.

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[TUTORIAL] Downgrade de iOS 6 Beta a iOS 5.1.1

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iPhone 6 : iOS 10.3 Beta 3 with APFS / Public Beta 3 vs iOS 10.2.1 Speed Test Build # 14E5249d

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Elliptic Labs’ Inner Peace technology uses ultrasound to detect movement

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Elliptic Labs, the company that helped Xiaomi's Mi Mix enjoy a nearly bezel-less display, is taking a stab at presence detection -- technology it calls Inner Peace. The technology is expected to be integrated into smart assistants and home products.

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iOS 10.3 Beta 3 – 10+ New Features Review!

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