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Does it do anything when you try to power it up? Are you sure the battery is holding a charge? If the battery power level dropped below a certain point the charging system must be reset.If the reset works make sure you use a wall charger and not a computer USB jack to charge the unit If it happened because of a battery charging issue it will recognize it is on a usb jack and will shut down forcing you to do the restart once again. Once the battery is over 10% the problem should not return.
You can try a forced restart , Press and hold Volume Down + Power for 10-15 seconds and your phone should power all the way off. Then, power it back on as you normally would.
Some of the new electronics line require a reset of the LIon battery charging system and must be done by the dealer.
GOOD LUCK. I hope this helps take care of the no power issue.
A quick tip for many kinds of electronic issues is as follows.
Here is a little trick to try if you can get the battery out.Once the battery has been removed put it to the side ad wait a few minutes. After waiting and without putting the battery back into the unit hit the power on switch several times. This uses all of the reserve stored power in the unit and acts as a main system reset.This will work on many types of electronics.If you ever had to take any kind of electronics in for repair and when you get it to the repair facility the problem has corrected itself.this is what this action is trying to accomplish.
Ah ASUS. I have a Memo 10. Had the same problem when it was 6 days new. Asus has a UI that is bad.
1. First try to charge via USB to your computer. If you get any result good, leave it a bit.
2. Leave it plugged in and see if it will turn on. If you can get it to turn on ... do this.
3. Find the back up and restore/factory reset. Back up your data, pics, music. etc.
4. Do a factory reset... it will say everything of yours will be delted. Proceed.
5. Restart the tablet.
6. Go into settings and TURN OFF Asus's UI. On my Memo 10, under settings is a menu called "Asus Customized settings" in the sub-menu turn OFF "Use ASUS Quick Setting" yours may say something a bit different.
7. Restart. The look will be different but no worries. On the upper right see if your tablet it charging. It will be a battery with green and black and a lightening bolt in it. If it is charging try your wall wart charger.
1.Check the device's battery level for at least two bars of strength. 2.If the battery level is low, charge the battery. 3.If the issue is not resolved, remove the back cover. 4.Remove the battery. 5.Wait 10 seconds. 6.Press and hold the W key. 7.While pressing down the W key, re-insert the battery. •The device restarts and after approximately 15 seconds, the 'Recovery' screen appears •Release the power button but *continue holding the home button*, for another 30 seconds. Step Thanks
as i know sure its also some times show the battery full and after switch off by him self or after few seconds tell it very low .so just buy new origin battery and dont charg it until became low to save it for long time
most camera are sold with "flat batterys" in them (its a fire hazard thing) so you need to fully recharge the batterys before use or the camera will just turn its self off,,,look at the hand book for charge times? dont try using it on half charged batterys you only kill off the battery that way,,,
Try this: - remove the batteries - wait more than 60 seconds - reinstall (fresh/charged) batteries
Mine was exhibiting the same problem ... it would start to power on, but died as soon as the lens began any motion at all. It would power up fine on AC power, or on the dock. I was going to install new firmware on the camera to try to fix the problem. Reading the firmware installation instructions indicated that, to complete the firmware upgrade, the batteries would need to be removed for at least 60 seconds, which I'm guessing forces the camera into some sort of deeper reboot/restart.
- remove the batteries
- wait more than 60 seconds
- reinstall (fresh/charged) batteries
Mine was exhibiting the same problem ... it would start to power on, but
died as soon as the lens began any motion at all. It would power up
fine on AC power, or on the dock. I was going to install new firmware
on the camera to try to fix the problem. Reading the firmware
installation instructions indicated that, to complete the firmware
upgrade, the batteries would need to be removed for at least 60 seconds,
which I'm guessing forces the camera into some sort of deeper
CAUTION: if u have any valuable data on ur phone plz dont try this .
first charge ur battery until its full
next switch ur phone on while pressing the green key ,the 3 key and the * key.
hold these till a screen saying 'formatting' comes
allow it to format
it may take 5 mins
dont remove battery or phone system will bcome corrupted
I had a similar situation happen, but it self fixed its self.
I could receive calls but not hear the person. I knew it wouldn't dial out because if you watch the display as the call is being placed, you would notice no second touchpad "speaker phone" option would appear like normal. YMMV
I also have a key pad (certain letters only) button issue.
I did chuck the phone in the trash, but later retrieved it and it slowly had functions come back. (I suspect drying out from moisture, beer in the trash.........)
It has seemed to have a battery issue with the older battery (I bought a new one and cycle between them on occasion. >>> I suspect this is your issue a battery going bad, showing decent battery life but quickly croaking.<<< try a new cell.
It does have some memory issues if the SD card is full and the internal memory is used by photos and videos. So I keep the internal phone memory clear or 1/2 full.
I use the base charger to condition the battery and charge slowly over night.