I think I found the problem. In the standard modern power settings there is a setting I had checked that says. "Save me power when my device knows I am away" Setting this to off, restores a normal standby again, that immediately lights back up. ***Beware venting*** This is some real ***** setting. I hit the sleep button. Remember there is still something I need and hit the sleep button immediately thereafter. Now I have to wait basically for ever. Because first it writes hiberfil.sys which cannot be interrupted and then requires a lot of time to wake up from hiberfil.sys file. This is ridiculously *****. It shoudl wait at least 5 min before going into hibernation. I honestly don't understand why Microsoft put this *****ic setting there. They should put the hibernate after X minutes of sleep setting into this modern menu. A useful feature that works and is hidden like four clicks down the pipe and you will only find it when you already know it exists. Instead they have a confusing setting that acts *****ly and does not explain well what it does. Sorry for the rant I will do something useful and tell this Microsoft Feedback Hub. I hope leaving this solution on the forum will help someone else who runs into that issue.
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My TabPro S always hibernates when i just press the power button once, even though in every setting I looked it should sleep the device. To wake it up again I have to hold the power button long (3 seconds) The Galaxy Logo appears and then Windows wakes up form hibernation. Every app is back as before so it did not restart. I tried turning of hybrid sleep and now it reboots all state lost. What is going on can I fix it with some setting or is the device broken? I updated all Samsung software and all Windows updates. I reset the device once already but sleep has always been like that. One could assume it goes to sleep and then looses power but if I enter sleep via mouse clicks in the windows menu, it behaves like sleep should. Wake up is a bit slow for what I am used from and ipad or a Mac Notebook but that might just be Windows. If I select hibernate in the windows menu, it acts exactly like hitting the power button. In power settings advanced, every button, lid close ... action is set to sleep. (And it was set like that) The only thing I wanted to add is hibernation after 90 minutes of sleep.
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