Reboot near some supermarket chain stores nationwide.
They started a strange problem Complain Some owners of the Samsung Galaxy A51, which was launched in the Netherlands in late 2019, has been constantly rebooting near some Albert Heijn stores since the last system update arrived in February.
Albert Heijn is the largest supermarket network in the country, and the reboot error phenomenon begins when devices access the company’s free Wi-Fi. Accordingly, it is not necessary to enter the affected stores, the passage in the vicinity of them may be enough to restart the devices.
So far, there is no real solution to the problem, and the current best advice for those facing the error is to turn off their phone’s wifi before entering the stores. The Android 12-based software has already started to be distributed on the phone in the meantime, but it can only be installed in Spain for the time being, and hopefully, it will solve this annoying phenomenon.
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