The first step is to turn off your phone and unplug the charging port, which is usually located on the bottom side of the phone. You will then need to unplug any accessories that are in the way and unplug the power cable from your wall socket, if it is fitted. Next you will need to access the Samsung S8 Active battery in order to remove the cell and check it for any leaks or damaged cells. If you find any damage, it may be necessary to replace them with a new one. When you have removed the cell from your phone, you can now access the battery compartment and place the damaged cell in with water in order to allow the battery to dry out before putting it back into the phone.
Once you have recharged the battery compartment, you are now ready to put the new battery in. The S8 active has a unique internal circuit that cannot be duplicated with standard batteries, which makes it very important to keep your battery at a specific temperature. You should then test the battery compartment for leaks or damaged cells, as both of these issues will cause your S8 active to shut down. It is essential to test the battery compartment before placing the battery back into the phone, but this can be difficult if the phone has been turned on. Once you have checked for any damage or leaks you can replace the cell.
If you find that the problem is not with the battery compartment at all, then you should turn off the phone and wait for a while before turning the phone back on. In some cases where the battery is bad there are times when the S8 will shut down while in standby. If this happens, you should try to open the S8’s battery compartment and check the cells for damage or leaks. If you have found any damages or leaks, you should be able to repair the battery yourself. There are also battery repair kits available that will allow you to do the repairs for a fraction of the cost of hiring a professional. The S8 Active is a great phone to have, but it does have its disadvantages so it is worth ensuring that the correct steps are taken if you find that your phone is in danger of shutting down.