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Aktuelle Version von: Ron Davis ,

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The power button on my S4 started acting up, so brilliant meI took the battery out. When I put the battery back in it wouldn't come back on. I would get a second of the start-up screen and the vibration and then it would shut down. When plugged into a computer it, the PC wasn't recognizing it and the charging light wouldn't come on either.
The power button on my S4 started acting up, so brilliant meI took the battery out. When I put the battery back in it wouldn't come back on. I would get a second of the start-up screen and the vibration and then it would shut down. When plugged into a computer it, the PC wasn't recognizing it and the charging light wouldn't come on either.
 
I spoke with a co-worker of mine who had an S3 at one point and told me how she fixed the problem when that happened to her. ApparentlyApparently, you have to bang on it. II know it sounds stupid, but the power button is stuck and you have to get it un-stuck. People have broken their phones doing this, so please be careful. I banged mine on a softer surface - asurface—a 3 ring binder set on a desktop. And I didn't bang on it with the screen side down because I didn't want to shatter the screen. I cupped my hand over it so the screen wouldn't make contact with anything while I was beating on it. LastlyLastly, I tapped the side of the phone (where the power button is at) onto the desktop a few times (atat kind of an angle - not(not flat with the countertopcountertop), and avoiding the power button itself) anditself—and it worked!!!!
I spoke with a co-worker of mine who had an S3 at one point and told me how she fixed the problem when that happened to her. ApparentlyApparently, you have to bang on it. II know it sounds stupid, but the power button is stuck and you have to get it un-stuck. People have broken their phones doing this, so please be careful. I banged mine on a softer surface - asurface—a 3 ring binder set on a desktop. And I didn't bang on it with the screen side down because I didn't want to shatter the screen. I cupped my hand over it so the screen wouldn't make contact with anything while I was beating on it. LastlyLastly, I tapped the side of the phone (where the power button is at) onto the desktop a few times (atat kind of an angle - not(not flat with the countertopcountertop), and avoiding the power button itself) anditself—and it worked!!!!
 
So, my advice is to gently beat on it! lolLOL
So, my advice is to gently beat on it! lolLOL

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Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: Mickey ,

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The power button on my S4 started acting up, so brilliant me took the battery out.  When I put the battery back in it wouldn't come back on.  I would get a second of the start-up screen and the vibration and then it would shut down.  When plugged into a computer it, the PC wasn't recognizing it and the charging light wouldn't come on either.

I spoke with a co-worker of mine who had an S3 at one point and told me how she fixed the problem when that happened to her.  Apparently you have to bang on it.  I know it sounds stupid, but the power button is stuck and you have to get it un-stuck.  People have broken their phones doing this, so please be careful.  I banged mine on a softer surface - a 3 ring binder set on a desktop.  And I didn't bang on it with the screen side down because I didn't want to shatter the screen.  I cupped my hand over it so the screen wouldn't make contact with anything while I was beating on it.  Lastly I tapped the side of the phone (where the power button is at) onto the desktop a few times (at kind of an angle - not flat with the countertop and avoiding the power button itself) and it worked!!!!

So, my advice is to gently beat on it!  lol

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