How to Fix My Android Won’t Turn On!

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Android phones are one of the most popular smartphones across the world. There is a constant rise in the number of Android smartphone users due to their features and affordability. As a user, you enjoy your Android mobile for calling, texting, browsing websites, using favorite apps, watching videos, etc. With time, you start noticing issues in your device. The issues could be:

  • My Android won’t turn on
  • The device has a blank or black screen
  • The phone turns on but won’t charge
  • The phone turns on but instantly turns off 

All these issues are similar or synonymous to each other. They happen due to various reasons, such as access to Sleep Mode, lack of battery power, operating system errors, and physical damages  You need to fix if any of these issues occur with your Android phone.    

There are numerous ways to fix my Android won’t turn on. It is hard to mention a specific way/solution to sort out the issue. You can try the following ways/methods to see what works for your Android phone:

Make your device come out of Sleep Mode

Step 1: Open the Settings application on your device. 

settings

Step 2: Select the tab, Display and Brightness. 

Step 3: Click the Sleep tab to turn off the sleep mode or extend sleep time.  

sleep mode

Check your power cable, adapter, and outlet

Step 1: Charge another phone with your power cable and adapter to know whether they are working or not working. 

Step 2: Replace the power cable or adapter if it does not charge another device. 

Step 3: Try to charge your phone if the cable and adapter are working. 

Step 4: Check whether there is a secure connection between the adapter, power cable, and the phone.

Step 5: Use another cable or adapter to charge your Android phone. 

Examine the wire connection inside and remove the dust/lint

Step 1: Go to the back of your phone and remove the cover with or without a screwdriver. 

Step 2: Remove your phone battery from its place. 

Step 3: Have a close look at and around the charging point. 

Step 4: Remove the dust if it is around the charging port. 

Step 5: Place the cover and try to charge your device. 

Step 6: Keep your device for a while and reboot it.

Check for physical damages

Step 1: Take your Android device in your hand. 

Step 2: Look all around it, starting from the screen and try to find out whether it has any damage.

Step 3: Get your phone repaired by visiting a mobile repair shop or service center in your locality if you notice any damage.  

Apply recovery mode 

Step 1: Press the power and volume buttons together and keep both buttons pressing for around 5 seconds. The display of the green Android robot means you have made your device enter into recovery mode. 

Step 2: Use the volume and power buttons to navigate and click options. 

Step 3: Select wipe data/factory reset or wipe cache partition. 

Step 4: Navigate to Yes to delete all user data.  

Step 5: Wait until you see the logo of your Android phone brand and start using the device.  

Use your PC 

Step 1: Turn on your PC (desktop or laptop) and connect it to a power source if it is not fully charged. 

Step 2: Connect your Android phone to your PC via USB or USB-C port and cable. 

Step 3: Wait for around 15 minutes. 

Step 4: Remove the USB cable from your device and connect it again within ten seconds. 

Step 5: See whether there is a battery icon on your mobile. If it is, it means your phone is charging and is powered off. 

Step 6: Keep charging your phone via the PC for half an hour. 

Step 7: Press the power button and keep pressing it until your phone restarts.    

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