Some tips to fix your phone

There are many reasons why an Android phone won't turn on. This article mainly divides it into two kinds: one is hardware damage, and the other is software failure. In fact, for most software problems, the owner can fix them by himself, only the hardware problems in special cases need professional help.


This article will guide you through some of the steps for fixing a phone that won't turn on.


Four major steps to fix your phone.


  1. Try to fix the charging problem
If your phone won't turn on, the first thing you need to do is to fix the charging problem: charger, USB data cable, charging port, and power outlet. The easiest way to do this is to find an available Android phone and use it to try to use the original charging charger you used with the broken phone, all you need to do is troubleshoot it.  
  1. Keep charging the phone that won't turn on
One of the common reasons why many broken Android phones won't turn on or charge is because their battery power has been drained to zero. So in this case, we need to plug the phone into a working charger and let it charge for half an hour, or up to two hours. In this process, if the phone has a charging indicator, it means that the charger is working. If the screen lights up during the charging process, then you are lucky.  
  1. Try to force reboot your phone
If your phone still can't turn on after charging for more than 30 minutes, then you need to force a reboot at this time. What we need to do is to press and hold the power button for 8~10 seconds or press and hold the power button and turn down the volume or turn down the button for 8~10 seconds at the same time.


  1. Check if there is a problem with the screen


If the previous steps have not worked, we need to diagnose whether the phone screen is faulty at this time. First long press the power button for 10~30 seconds to try to reboot the phone. After waiting for a few seconds, we need to listen carefully to their phones whether there is a vibration or start-up sound. If not, this time you need someone to give you a call, if this time there is a sound, then the screen may be the problem. If you find that the screen is faulty, you can go to a professional repair store for repairs.


The above situations are the easiest to do then if you have a multimeter at home, you can actually take it to help you diagnose or fix your broken phone. If you really do not know how to operate then this time is most likely a hardware problem, then you can only go to a professional technician to help you troubleshoot.


In many cases, the official service provider is likely to help you fix a broken Android phone for free as long as it is not caused by improper use. You can visit the official service center to seek help.


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