My phone won't "boot up", it powers on, but just stays in the Verizon Wireless screen. Once it gets to that point, it won't do anything more...only thing to do is remove battery to turn off. If I plug it in it immediately goes to the Verizon Wireless screen. Not sure what else to try.
You have what's called an "Incomplete Wakeup." Unfortunately, there is nothing that you can do for your phone. You're going to have to take it to a verizon store and get it replaced. If it is under warranty, they'll replace if free of charge. You'll have to wait for processing though.
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Take the Battery out.
Place it back in.
Press and hold the Vol down : Home : Power buttons simultaneously for 10 sec.
Using the volume buttons navigate to the reset to factory settings option.
press select (left of home on L55C).
Confirm to reset.
Select to reboot.
You should be good.
I've seen issues like this with a bad hard drive. When entering the bios it queries the hard drive first and it's got issues it can hang it up like this. If you have a spare try that. You can try to boot it without a hard drive to see if it gets past this. Some computers won't boot without a hd though. If you've got another computer you can look around online to make a flash drive bootable and use that instead of your hard drive. Lastly, get a new hd.
Check BIOS boot options and assign local hard drive as first for faster boot. This is also where you set CD\DVD as first to boot from disc. Look for F Key press on start up. It will be shown on screen. These can vary.
Many HP machines also have a boot menu option during boot. Again an F key and may vary.
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Assuming you've tried pulling the battery and booting it again, you could try doing a hard reset on the phone (this would erase all data on the phone), by starting up the phone while holding down the volume up button while turning the phone on, waiting until you get a white screen with 3 skateboarding androids on it, and select clear storage (use the up/down volume buttons to move the cursor, power button to select), then volume up to confirm. If the phone still won't boot up after doing that, you're going to have to take it to a store, as that boot menu is the only thing that you can get to come up if it won't boot all the way up.
hi,well on the droide,you can try this first,,power off the phone..then remove your sd card and sim if aplicable.. then push and hold the camara button,and then push and hold the power button,in a few seconds youll see the boot screen come up.. it will give you the option to restore the phone or boot the phone. o restore ,or down to boot,try the boot first because the restore will cause you to lose your data.hopefully you have backed your contacts up..if just doing the boot dosnt work,follow these steps again to do the factory restre..If that dosnt work contact me here and ill
If you won't see anything on screen,check if the phone is booting or turning on,if it turns on,display is probably the problem.but if doesn't power?software problem is the main cause.and with this,need to replace LCD as well as touch screen that was damage too.
If your mobile has a warranty,you can bring it to the service center for spare parts replacement.If you try to open it and it's under warranty,this will void you warranty and unable to benefit free of service charge.