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Default [Q] screen on after charging

Please see attached. While the tablet is plugged in, once fully charged the screen turns on and stays on like in the attachment. How do I fix without a factory reset? It hasn't always done this.
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Settings > Device > Display > Turn off Daydream.

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Settings > Device > Display > Turn off Daydream.

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Good lord I feel like an idiot. I don't remember turning that on. Thanks for the response. Case closed.
 
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I'm glad dodo99x responded before Samsung support did because this is what they told me to do:



Thank you for contacting Samsung. I understand that the Tablet displays color when it is fully charged. Thank you for helping by providing screen shot of the issue. To isolate the issue, please press and hold power button for 50 seconds and check for the issue. If the issue persists, please reset the Tablet by following the instructions mentioned below:

Please note that the reset process will delete all the personal data. I recommend you to take a backup of the personal data on an external hard drive.

After backup, please follow the steps below to perform Factory Reset:

-Please press and hold the power button for 30 seconds and turn off the tab.
-Press and hold Power button and the Volume button which is near to the power button. The Android system recovery menu appears.
-Press the Volume Up or Down button to select “wipe data/factory reset”, and then press the Power button to make your selection.
-Press the Volume Up or Down button to select “Yes – delete all user data”, and then press the Power button to make your selection.
-When the reset is complete, press the volume Up or Down button to select “reboot system now”, and then press the Power button to make your selection.

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Uugh... Standard canned response. ie: "Did you reboot?", "Yes?", "Reformat your device. "

So stupid.

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That's what happens when you ask a question to people who are hired off the street with no knowledge of technology, read off a computer-based manual and aren't even officially working for the company.

All large companies outsource their customer service. Asking a tech-related question of them is a severe waste of time.
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I learned my lesson. I'll always seek user forums even if it means getting flamed for being stupid before going to manufacturer support.

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