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7 thing to do if ur phone keep restarting




7 Things To do If Your Phone keeps
Restarting
Many mobile users have been noted
to have complains of phone
that keeps restarting.
There are several obvious reasons as
to why your phone may keep
restarting. I have taken some some time to explain some of the
common reasons below and
instructions you can adhere to fix
such bug.
1. UNINSTALL NEW APPLICATION
Many mobile gadget users gets a
timeless phone restarting bug the
moment they install new applications
that are partially or not compatible
with their devices.Sometimes timesthey
may erroneously attribute it to having
installed a virus
infected application. But that may not
always be the case. The possible
solution is to do away or undo installation to get rid of the installed
files. If you are a java
phone user, and you have an
antivirus installed , then you
should completely uninstall it 'cus it is
totally needless.
2. DO AWAY WITH OLD SIM
Yes! you may have to do away with
that old SIM on your mobile and learn
how to make a replacement for that.
Do this after you must have tried
putting away that old SIMfor like days to examine
the performance of your phones. If
the Old SIM happens to be the reason
why your phone keeps restarting,
then do a
welcome back.
3. FORMATTING YOUR DEVICE
The next resort after the 2 mentioned
steps above is to formatyour Mobile
device .Formatting helpsto do away
with all foreign objects and files that
are malicious and harmful to your device. Dial *#7370# on your home
screen and next, enter lock
code. Don't forget to back up all
files and folder and contacts
stored in your phone or else you may
end up loosing them.
4. SCAN YOUR PHONE WITH ANTIVIRUS
Do a thorough scan of all files and
folder on your mobile drives if you
have to. You can scan them with
your antivirus on PC.
5. KEEP PHONE AWAY FROM EXTREME
TEMPERATURE
Exposure to extreme conditions (for
instance, exposure to the sun
for long hours) can make an
electronic device reboot.In addition to that, it is 'unhealthy' for the battery.
6. VISIT A QUALIFIED MOBILE
TECHNICIAN
After all these steps above then you
can assert is sure is forsure a
hardware issue. If everything fails, it is
more likely to be a hardware problem. In this case, you have to take your
device to a near Nokia
Care point. Remember to bring
your warranty proof with you.
7. UPGRADE YOUR DEVICEFIRMWARES
Updating your firmware resolves any
issues that may be found in current
firmware version as wellas it keeps
your device updated and fixes a lot of
bug. Many phones respond positively to firm were upgrade and trust me, it
works like Magic. But you should only
do this after the above steps must
have proved abortive.
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