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Saturday, 7 October 2017

What to do If Your Android Smartphone Refuses to Power On -Realitytechs

Hello Audience, We all know that the Android platform is an open source system which can be easily customized, optimized and personalized. While this is great when talking about tweaking methods, it also imply in dealing with quite numerous problems. The main issue is that Android isn’t as secured as its users might prefer, not to mention all the others software related issues that might ruin a perfectly happy and relaxed day.

There are sometimes and moments you need your smartphone but stubbornly refuses to power on. The immediate reaction of some people will be fear, worry and even concern because many of us cannot do without our phones.

Moreover, there are many reasons why your phone might not power on but try to follow up these steps before you decides to take it to an engineer in your desperation.

1. Charge Your Phone - In case your battery is dead, your phone would display empty percent when you try to turn it on. However, if is completely dead, your phone will not respond at all when you press the power button. A quick charge should resolve this issue or problem.

2. Remove Your Battery - Your smartphone can hard freeze and refuse to respond to any button pressed. If is completely frozen, your phone may be powered and running but fails to start as the OS is frozen and at the same time, fails to respond when the power button is pressed.

At this time, you need to remove your battery and insert it back to resolve the issue. If the battery is Non-removeable battery, you need to perform a hard reset on your phone by long pressing the power button for at least 30 seconds or longer.

3. Restore Factory Settings - Sometimes, your phone might be booting but the OS is crashing and freezing, you can reboot your device to recovery mode and do a factory reset. Press Volume Up + Power buttons to boot into recovery mode and perfom a factory reset. This will bring back your phone to normal mode.

Some Guidance Below. 

  • Enter recovery mode on your Android device – the method is different from one OEM to another; just follow the mentioned guide and learn how to reach recovery on your device.
  • Once in recovery, use the Volume Up and Down buttons to select “wipe data factory reset”, “wipe cache partition” and “wipe dalvik cache”.
  • When done, go back to main menu of recovery.
  • From there select “reboot system now”.
  • Your device should run perfectly fine now.

4- Enter Safe Mode-After making a hard reset you might still experience some minor problems which might mean that not everything was fixed during the factory reset process. So, you should access the Android Safe Mode from where to diagnostic any other issue and from where to remove any other unresponsive program or from where to uninstall a malicious app. Here is how you can enter your Android device into safe mode:
  • Hold down the Power button for a few seconds.
  • Next, press the Volume down button until you are prompted to access Android Safe Mode.
  • Tap on Ok when asked.
  • There you have it; now you are in Safe Mode.

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