Smartphone Repair: Troubleshooting Smartphone Common Problems
Smartphones are really on demand right now, with its voice, messaging and data capabilities, along with its helpful applications and software, you can never go wrong investing in a good quality smartphone. So it is really disappointing if our smartphones suddenly malfunction like crashing, sudden lost of power, slow speed, or overheating. In this article, you will increase you awareness and understanding on the different issues that people face with their smartphones, troubleshooting options and repair services available.
While there are many smartphone issues emerging today, the major problems include smashed or cracked screen, water damage and damaged charging connector. Other smartphone problems may include bluetooth problems, data retrieval from a dead smartphone, not charging or powering, no sign of life or dead smartphone, keypad, power, camera or volume buttons malfunction, SD card or SIM card issues, headphone socket issues, freezing, or crashing, broken or faulty LCD screen, internal LCD display or touchscreen, broken or faulty USB connector, charging connector or dock, unlock a locked phone, network signal issues, and WiFi issues.
If you experience random crashing or restarting of your smartphone you can do troubleshooting by checking storage and clearing space, close applications you are not using, checking for app updates or see if an application is causing the issue, but if either these don’t solve the problem you can try removing cases and external batteries or resetting your device to factory settings. If your smartphone seems too warm, too hot or overheating the possible reasons are you’re playing games, videos or other media apps, using the device while charging, using a WiFi hotspot or tethering your device, and uploading or downloading large amount of data of a WiFi or 3G connection. To keep your device from heating up, try pausing intensive applications …