Here's a good thing to check. Make sure to check and see if your iPhone 6s is affected by the battery recall, because that symptom matches completely to the recall. I've attached a link where you can punch in your SN and see. Also, if not affected I recommend downloading coconutBattery and seeing what it says about the number of loadcycles and life remaining. Let me know what happens! 6s Recall Check
Also, before resulting to hardware measures, make sure you go through the menus and ensure there is no setting that says auto power off, or timer power off because sometimes in the Samsung's they are known to turn those settings on sometimes without the user actually turning them on. I've seen that issue a lot.
There is a variety of things that could be going wrong with the computer, but there is a series of tests you could do to isolate the issue. Here's a question for you. Does the computer have a good battery? Does it continually shut off right after being turned on when plugged into a power source? Does the computer get past the HP logo and get to the Windows boot screen? And after the computer screen goes black, does the power light stay illuminated? These questions are all questions that will help isolate the problem.
Hi Rosalie, Your absolutely correct about how the dime is not supposed to be there, however in order for me to give you advice on how to get it out, I would appreciate if you could upload a couple detailed photos so I can see where it is and guide you from there. - Chris
Honestly with this issue, I would install sierra on the SSD using a different mac. Then I would pull the regular HD and set the default boot to the SSD. During Formatting the SSD, you need to make sure everything is formatted under Mac OS X Extended (Journaled), or you are definitely going to have issues. I am assuming you are using OS X Disk Utility to format. Make sure to fully erase before reformatting. If you are having issues, we are a full mail in repair business, and do not hesitate to reach out at any time. Chris CGR Enterprises 224-650-7002 cgrenterprises.com
I would use Android File Transfer, a free tool, you can use the link below to download it onto your PC or Mac. You would have to take the photos from the camera and put them onto your laptop, then use this tool and put them on your tablet. I personally own the same tablet, and I do this for downloading PDF's. You could also email them if there is an email account on the tablet, or use Google Drive and use your laptop to upload files. If you have any questions, feel free to reach out. Link to Android File Transfer Sincerely, Chris Christopher Ryan President CGR Enterprises 224-650-7002 cgrenterprises.com