Report: Galaxy A70 facing a major issue that bricks the device and stops it from booting after Android 10

Samsung’s One UI 2.0 based on Android 10 rollout is still in progress for the Galaxy A70 smartphone. And a new report will definitely give you a hard shock if you have already installed the Android 10 update on the Galaxy A70.

According to Sammobile report, the Galaxy A70 users are facing a major issue that bricks the device and stops it from booting after installing the Android 10 update. The publication claimed that it’s a hardware problem.

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Sammobile added:

“From what we’re told, Samsung has used two different versions of the printed circuit board (PCB) that handles charging and controls the screen on the Galaxy A70. This PCB is updated along with the motherboard every time a software update is installed, but the process fails to complete with the Android 10 update because Samsung apparently forgot to include the necessary code for Galaxy A70 units with the older version of the PCB.”

It means, there is a mismatch between the software (Android 10) on the main motherboard and the charging PCB, and that makes the phone think the battery isn’t charged and prevents it from booting.

The publication reported that there is no solution for this issue, except to replace the older PCB with the newer version, and for that, you need to visit a Samsung service center.

We suggest you should not install the Android 10 update until we hear anything from the company.

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