When LG G3 was officially released it instantly became one of the most popular devices in the world and it still is. There are so many things to love about this smartphone, starting with its design, to features and performance. You will hardly find the device users don’t complain about, so it’s not so strange to see people reporting all kinds of LG G3 problems. Even the smallest bug with the phone will irritate you, but let’s face it – the worst problem is when the device won’t turn on. There are tons of problems you can fix on your own and with ease, such as performance issues, apps that crashing or freezing, slow Wi-Fi connection, and a few others. But when it comes to this one, there are only a few things you can try before you take your device to the service. We are going to share those few things you can do to try to fix LG G3 won’t turn on issue and if these potential solutions don’t solve the issue, you will have to contact the retailer or carrier.
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Ways to fix LG G3 won’t turn on
Before you move to the solutions below, note that you will need the charger to try to fix the problem. Make sure that you have the original charger, and also, make sure that the charger and cable are not damaged. Prepare an extra charger and cable for Android (in case you have these) if your original charger doesn’t work properly.
Solution No.1: Press and hold the Power button for 10 seconds
The first you should try when a problem like this occurs is to press and hold the Power button, but make sure to hold it for 10 seconds.
Solution No.2: Plug your smartphone into the charger
Even if you are 100% sure that the battery of your device is not empty, plug your smartphone into the charger anyway. Let it charge for at least 15-20 minutes, and after that, press the Power button try to turn your phone on.
Solution No.3: Remove the battery and put it back in
This may come as a surprise, but many people had the exact same problem with their LG G3, and in most cases, the problem occurred a few days after the purchase. Many of them reported that the problem was solved once they removed the battery waited for a few minutes and put it back in. Try to this, and hopefully, the problem will be solved.
Solution No.4: Remove the battery and plug your smartphone into the charger
If you already tried the solution No.3 and if you removed the battery and put it back in a few minutes after, try this solution. Remove the battery, then plug your device into the charger, and leave it charge for some period of time, let’s say half an hour. Then put the battery back in and try to turn your device back on. Hopefully, this one will work.
Solution No.5: Perform a hard reset
If the solutions we mentioned above didn’t fix the problem, you may perform a hard reset. When doing so, you will return your device to its factory defaults. Keep in mind that this will wipe off all your settings, download apps, and your data. To perform a hard reset, follow the steps below:
- Press and hold the Power button and the Volume Down key until you see the LG logo on the screen
- Keep holding the Volume Down key and let go of the Power button but press it again immediately and keep holding it
- Release both buttons once the Factory data reset screen shows up
- Press the Volume Down button to scroll down to “Yes” and then press the Power button
- Again press the Volume Down button and scroll down to “Yes” and press the Power button
- The phone will now perform a factory data reset.
As we mentioned at the begging of this article, there are not many things you can do when your device won’t turn on. If these potential solutions don’t work for you, take your device to your carrier and ask for a replacement device.
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