Before you do anything back up your data! Including your contacts, photos, videos, apps and individual data if your telephone decides to wipe its memory as you are attempting to repair it, you will get rid of everything and have to begin from scratch. Now that your Mobile Phone Is backed up, let us look at the 3 quick fixes which are inclined to solve most issues with an Android Smartphone. You have heard it a Hundred times, but turning it off and turning it back on again is often the easiest solution which seems to magically fix all manner of technical glitches. And this is always the first thing any android repair service will do. Taking out the battery to induce your handset to reset itself is also a good one. Just be certain your handset really has a removable battery until you pull it apart!
With the device on, Remove the rear cover and remove the battery. Leave it off for about a minute, then put the battery back in and shut the rear cover. Your telephone will load again, but if it does not press the power button to get it to start.
If this did not fix the Problem, updating the program might be the answer. In the same manner that a Windows upgrade can give your PC the dreaded ‘blue screen of death’ only to be repaired the following day by a Samsung upgrade, software updates can perform both wonders for your handset from adding new features to fixing bugs. So, to perform a Program Update, ensure that you are connected to a secure Wi-Fi system and be sure that your phone is well billed or plugged in while you are doing the upgrade, since it may take some time and put a drain on the battery. After all, you do not need it dying half way through a reset.
Tap the Settings icon in your programs listing, scroll down and tap About Telephone, tap Software Updates, tap Check right now and see if any new updates are available for your handset. If you cannot upgrade your phone for any reason using the Over the Air upgrade system, you may use the manufacturer’s software that came with your phone to check for upgrades. Just plug your phone into your PC and start the PC suite. There ought to be simple instructions to upgrade the software from there. If you are still having Issues, then resetting your phone to factory settings will restore your handset into the day it was created.
When all else fails, Resetting your phone puts things back to fundamentals, often eliminating any nasty bugs in the procedure. Obviously, ensure that your data is backed up, since you will lose it all if you reset to the factory settings. To reset your Android Telephone back to the day it was created, tap Settings, Backup and reset, tap Factory Data Reset and then tap Reset Phone in the bottom of the screen. Your phone will ask you for a password until you can select Erase Everything.