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My Phone will not switch on! What do I do?

Yes, we have all been there. Just when you need to make that important call, read that urgent email, your phone just will not power up!

With mobile phones fast becoming one of, if not the most important asset in peoples lives, you can understand the frustration and stress caused when you phone just will not start up.

The good news is, that in most cases, this will not be permanent and can be fixed either by either yourself some or by hardware/software repair by your local phone repairer.

Some quick tip below should help you get you back and reconnected:

1) Inspect any Damage to Surface of Device
– A common and easy troubleshooting task is to ensure your phone has not physical damage that may have cause this. For example, check for cracks or dings on your device to ensure it has not been dropped or damage. Often significant impact to your device can cause serious hardware issues to your device.

2) Ensure you Phone has Power.
– An obvious cause, however, please ensure your phone has power and if not charge for 2-10mins and try and restart phone again. If your phone battery is not charging it can be several factors causing this, including the battery itself, the charger, the cable, or the charging port on your phone. All of these can be diagnosed and repaired.

3) The Trusted and dreaded “Hard Reset”
– All devices and manufactures have different methods of performing this task, therefore we recommend you consult your manual or contact your manufacture support team to understand how to perform this for your device.

4) The Trusted and dreaded “Hard Reset”
– All devices and manufactures have different methods of performing this task, therefore we recommend you consult your manual or contact your manufacture support team to understand how to perform this for your device.

5) Contact your local qualified Repairer.
– If you have tried all of the above, the last resort is to complete, and factory reset and or test the devices for any unknow software or hardware issues. We recommend that you contact your local qualified repairer to complete a diagnose and determine the best way to get your device up at running again without causing further damage.

Author
Brent Bryce – Ecor Tech
CEO-Co-Founder

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