More than 43% of smartphone owners in the United States have an Android, highlighting its immense popularity. Android use in the country increased in the 12 months between January and December 2022, while the market leader, Apple’s iOS, decreased.

There are many advantages to owning an Android smartphone. These include the customizable UI, open ecosystem, universal chargers, removable storage and battery, access to amazing Android widgets, and much more.

If you own an Android phone and are experiencing issues, it’s important to quickly diagnose the issue. In this blog post, we will highlight how you can diagnose your Android device issues and oversee or schedule quick Android repair.

Here at Fruit Fixed, we are experts at fixing Android phones. Our professional technicians will ensure that you aren’t disconnected for long and we offer a lifetime warranty that you can count on. Let’s get started with our diagnosis tips.

Diagnosing an Android Phone That Won’t Turn On

Undoubtedly, one of the most baffling and frustrating issues that occur with a smartphone is when it simply won’t turn on. It’s something that can easily send us into a panic, given how important smartphones have become in our lives, both in terms of work and pleasure.

There are a number of steps that you can take to try and diagnose/fix the issue. Let’s highlight some of these here.

Charge Your Phone

Let’s start with a very obvious one. Simply plug your phone into a charger and wait for a couple of minutes. Then, check to see if the battery icon is glowing red, which indicates a depleted battery.

You should also check your phone in a few chargers, just in case the issue is actually with the charger itself. If there aren’t any signs of life in your phone even after attempting to charge it, you should seek expert assistance.

Check the Battery Itself

Maybe the problem isn’t with your charger but actually with the phone’s battery. If you have a removable battery, take it out and perform a visual inspection. Look for any signs of damage or leaks before performing a power cycle by holding down the power button for thirty seconds.

If you aren’t able to remove the battery, simply perform a power cycle. Again, if nothing works here, then it’s time to look for expert support.

Looks for Signs of Damage

Many of us use phone covers these days, to protect our phones from damage. However, it’s not just a cracked screen that can occur as a result of sloppy handling, you may also cause damage that results in issues with its functioning.

Did you recently drop your phone or get it wet? Take a close look at your phone for any cracks or dents. This may be the reason behind your phone not working as it should.

Call Your Phone

This is another useful tip. Borrow a phone from a friend or family member and try to call your own number. You might find that while the phone itself rings, the screen won’t turn on (staying black). The likely diagnosis here is that there is an issue with the screen rather than the phone’s actual software.

Connect to a PC

What should you do if your phone isn’t responding to touches? A good idea is to try to force it to respond by accessing it via a PC. You can do this by attaching the phone to a computer using a USB cable.

See if you can charge your phone via your PC and try to restart the device by holding down the Power button to see if it responds.

Useful Apps to Check What’s Wrong With Your Android

If something isn’t working 100% with your smartphone, it may be difficult to understand the exact issue. Thankfully, there are a number of useful apps to check exactly what is wrong with your android.

One of these is Phone Check and Test, an excellent Android hardware-checking app. It gives owners a complete rundown of their phones’ hardware specifics and is straightforward to use.

Another good app is Phone Doctor Plus. It’s exactly like scheduling a virtual visit to a doctor, only this time it’s for your phone. By running through a series of system hardware checkups, Android owners can see what issues are affecting their phones. Phone Doctor Plus gets extra points thanks to its aesthetics and for providing an easy-to-use experience.

Other recommended apps to use include Dead Pixels Test and Fix, AccuBattery, Repair System for Android, Test Your Android, and Sensors. In the case of AccuBattery, phone owners are able to see where the battery is in its lifecycle.

These apps are a practical and quick way to try and diagnose any issues with your Android. Depending on the issue, you may need expert assistance—which is where Fruit Fixed comes in.

Schedule Effective Android Repair With Fruit Fixed

If you require Android repair, look no further than the team at Fruit Fixed. With our professional technicians, high-quality parts, and fast turnaround times (most repairs at completed in less than 30 minutes), we are confident that you will love dealing with us. 

Don’t let a faulty Android device ruin your day. It’s not just Android phones either; if it’s a tech issue, we’ll fix it. We fix Androids, iPhones, Macs, PCs, iPads, game systems, and more.

Simply click here to find the closest Fruit Fixed repair shop for you to get started today.

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