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当前版本: Marty Rippens ,

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The most likely culprit is the battery connection inside the device. I can only assume that the power interruptions happen while while you are holding, setting down, oror picking the tabTab up. My Tab 3-3 10.1 would turn off and back on while I was playing a fighterfighter pilot game; so I was moving and tilting it constantly. I thought it was the game until it did the same thing while watching a video, after justjust setting it down. It is just a momentary loss of connection. What you will need to do is take the tablet apart,apart (carefully) andand secure the battery to device connection. Most people just put a piece of tape over it, or crisscrosscriss-cross two band-aids over the clasp. I think it's pretty sorry that Samsung didn't do anything about this problem in the Tab 3, when the Tab 2 had the EXACT same problem.
The most likely culprit is the battery connection inside the device. I can only assume that the power interruptions happen while while you are holding, setting down, oror picking the tabTab up. My Tab 3-3 10.1 would turn off and back on while I was playing a fighterfighter pilot game; so I was moving and tilting it constantly. I thought it was the game until it did the same thing while watching a video, after justjust setting it down. It is just a momentary loss of connection. What you will need to do is take the tablet apart,apart (carefully) andand secure the battery to device connection. Most people just put a piece of tape over it, or crisscrosscriss-cross two band-aids over the clasp. I think it's pretty sorry that Samsung didn't do anything about this problem in the Tab 3, when the Tab 2 had the EXACT same problem.

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原帖由: Justin Craig ,

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The most likely culprit is the battery connection inside the device. I  can only assume that the power interruptions happen  while while you are holding, setting  down,  or picking the tab up.  My Tab 3- 10.1  would turn off and back on while I  was playing a  fighter pilot game; so I was moving and tilting it constantly. I thought it was the game until it did the same thing while watching a video, after  just setting it down.  It is just a momentary loss of connection.  What you will need to do is take the tablet apart, (carefully)  and secure the battery to device connection. Most people just put a  piece of tape over it,  or crisscross two band-aids over the clasp. I think it's pretty sorry that Samsung didn't do anything about this problem in the Tab 3, when the Tab 2  had the EXACT same problem.

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