If you experience that your smartphone suddenly freezes, while you have no idea what to do? Fear not, the solution is simple.
Oh no-the smart phone is gone completely, and it will not respond to anything. What to do in such a situation?
There is a growing tendency among manufacturers to embed the battery in the smart phone, so you do not have the opportunity to take it out in the event of sudden freezes and you do not have the opportunity to perform a normal restart.
Fortunately, the producers are aware of this problem, and why is there on all smartphones a built-in shortcut in the hardware buttons to force a restart if that suddenly arise problems in machinery.
Whether on the phone it says Apple, Samsung, HTC, or some fourth on, then they have all in common that it is quite easy to get to grips with the problem, if it no longer will that which you want.
With an iPhone, you’ve never been able to take out the battery, if you want to force a restart. Therefore, you must keep the on/off button at the same time as the home button until it turns off. Then you can turn it on as normal, and then it should run without problems again.
Samsung, LG, ASUS, Huawei and OPPO and others.
Many manufacturers of Android-powered smartphones use the same method to force a restart. You do this by holding down the on/off button down for up to 10 seconds after the restart. On some Android phones you may find itself having to relight the usually up again afterwards.
The latest top models such as LG G3, Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Plus and HTC One M9 as well as other smartphones from Huawei, OPPO and ASUS has no replaceable batteries. Therefore, this will be the only solution for you.
You are two methods with a smartphone from Sony depending on model. If the battery can not be taken out as in for example Xperia Z3 and Z3 Compact, you may have a dedicated “OFF” button hidden behind protective flap, as you can hold with a pointy object. Then turn off the phone, and you can again turn it on normally.
If you do not have this option, press and hold the on/off button at the same time as the volume up button for a few seconds. Then shuts off it, and then you can start it up normally again.
The battery in, among other things, HTC One M7, One M8 and the latest One M9 also cannot be removed, so therefore you may also resort to hardware buttons, if problems arise.
It takes place in the same way as with Sony smartphones – power on/off button and volume up button, which must be held down at the same time.
Motorola and Nokia
On smartphones from Motorola (URf.eks. Google Nexus or Moto X 6) and Nokia phones is it either Lumia not uncommon that the battery cannot be removed.
On these phones, you must hold down the on/off button and volume down button at the same time and then turn it on quite normally.
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