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학생-기여 위키

해당 위키는 저희 교육 프로그램의 멋진 학생이 작성하였습니다. iFixit 직원이 관리하지 않습니다.

1. Phone will not charge

  • a. Bad Charging Cable/Adapter
  • b. Bad Charging Port

2. Bluetooth Connectivity Issues

  • a. Update Android OS
  • b. Clear Bluetooth Cache

3. Faulty Camera

  • a. Clear Camera Cache
  • b. Replace Camera Module
  • c. Factory Reset

4. Faulty Display

5. Faulty Microphone and/or ear piece

  • a. Factory Reset
  • b. Replace the component in question

6. Phone Not Placing or Receiving Calls

  • a. Replace Sim Card
  • b. Factory Reset

Your charger is connected, but the phone does not charge.

The adapter and/or charging cable may be faulty. Swap these components, if available, and attempt charging again.

First attempt to clean the port. This can be achieved with a dry, unused toothbrush. Compressed air may also come in handy. See guide for more detailed instructions.

The battery may contain one or more bad cells, and is therefore defunct. Replacing the battery may solve the issue. Remove the back cover to access the device’s battery, remove, and replace. (Refer to repair guide for more detailed instructions.)

Bluetooth will not connect, and/or stay connected.

Bluetooth connectivity issues are a general Android problem for some. This was addressed in the 4.4.4 Android update. As such, it is advisable to begin the troubleshooting process with this step.

Navigate to Settings -> Applications -> Application Manager. Scroll right to the “All” tab. Scroll down to locate and select “Bluetooth share.” Scroll down and select “clear cache.”

Your phone will not take pictures; the camera app will not open.

Navigate to Settings -> Applications -> Application Manager. Scroll right to the “All” tab. Scroll down to locate and select “Camera.” Scroll down and select “clear cache.”

Refer to device tear down/repair guide for replacing components of the camera.

This may be necessary as a last line of defense when other solutions have failed to rectify one or more issues with a possible software component. Navigate to Setting -> Backup and Reset -> Factory Data Reset. Note that you may select “Back up My Data” prior to doing so. (Optional)

Your screen is either shattered or defective in some other way.

Refer to device tear down/repair guide for replacing the LCD.

You either cannot hear calls or media audio through the main speaker (ear piece), and/or the microphone does not seem to function properly.

This may be necessary as a last line of defense when other solutions have failed to rectify one or more issues with a possible software component. Navigate to Setting -> Backup and Reset -> Factory Data Reset. Note that you may select “Back up My Data” prior to doing so. (Optional)

Refer to the tear down/repair guide for replacing the ear piece and/or microphone.

Your phone will not place outgoing calls/receive incoming ones.

Power down the device. Remove the back cover of the phone, and remove the battery. Locate the sim card to the top left of where the battery sits. Using a pair of tweezers or a similar tool, gently grab and slide the sim card out. The new sim card should slide in by hand. (Refer to repair guide for more detailed instructions.)

This may be necessary as a last line of defense when other solutions have failed to rectify one or more issues with a possible software component. Navigate to Setting -> Backup and Reset -> Factory Data Reset. Note that you may select “Backup My Data” prior to doing so. (Optional)

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Need table of contents

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Need links to repair guides

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touch screen will not work at all.

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my cat b15 will not reset to factory settings. I want to sell it but I can't until I wipe my data. It just hangs after doing the hard reset. Help

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cat b12q ring volume lost??? any help!!!

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