7 Most Common Cell Phone Problems And Their Solutions

7 Most Common Cell Phone Problems And Their Solutions

Thinking about smartphone problems is sure to give everybody a nasty headache. Advanced mobile technology has made our lives easier and effective. But sometimes, common issues and problems that come with smartphones are often stressful.

Thankfully, most common smartphone problems have relatively easy and simple fixes that can be performed without visiting a repairing expert. Here are some fixes for some of the most common problems smartphone owners face.

 

  1. Low storage capacity

A smartphone is meant to store everything for us. Well! Not everything. It comes with internal memory and can be expanded to some more space with a memory card. When the smartphone is full of videos and photos, and other files, it begins giving signs of overloading.

To regain space, we recommend removing all cache at first. Then, install a cache cleaner to ensure the phone stays cleared of unnecessary files and data. Next, delete all those unwanted apps and software you haven’t used for a long time. It would be best to shift all the media content into a cloud-based service, like music and photos.

 

  1. Poor battery life

Poor battery life is one of the most common smartphone problems that happens to everyone. Turn the auto screen brightness feature on to save a big deal of power and keep your phone up for hours. We recommend turning the GPS, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi off if not in use. Enabling the battery saving mode is another ideal way to handle lousy battery life as it helps you save battery by automatically turning all the useless options off. You can also check the battery usage option in the settings to find out which apps are consuming more power so you can turn them off to keep your phone charged for a long duration. Finally, try searching if there is any bug and if you come past any, delete it.

 

  1. Damaged or not working charge port

Over time it is possible that the charge port of your smartphone will not work, and you won’t be able to charge your device. If your smartphone does not charge no matter how long it is plugged in, the charge port may be damaged or dirty.

In such a situation, ensure that the charging cable is not the issue. Use a different charger in the house. Always make sure to test with an original charger as another company charger may not be reliable. If you still cannot charge the smartphone, take it to a cell phone repair shop for analysis. Sometimes one only needs to clean the charge port carefully. Technicians will have the tools and information to do this without causing any damage.

 

  1. Application crashing

Application crashing is another common issue that mainly happens when a bug enters the system and causes overloading of the smartphone. As an outcome, the phone crashes down instantly. If your phone suddenly undergoes a crash. We recommend taking it to a phone repair store. For a DIY fix, it is best to use the app manager and not to use multiple applications simultaneously.

 

  1. Slow or frozen user interface

When there is no space in the smartphone, it cannot function correctly and begins to slow down. In such a situation, it is necessary to remove all the unnecessary files, data and applications from the phone to get some free space and enable it to work correctly. For instance, using a live wallpaper makes the phone slow, so best to avoid it. You may also install cleaning apps like Clean Master to eliminate all useless files with a single tap.

 

  1. Connection difficulty with Bluetooth or Wi-Fi

Sometimes our phone cannot detect the network connectivity signal, making it a challenging situation. Here settings might not be the problem, and we might blame it as a hardware problem. In such a situation, we at SPARK Services recommend restarting the phone. Make sure the phone has the latest operating system installed. If the difficulty still exists, consult with a professional repair expert.

 

  1. Overheating

Certain phones can get warm while using. In such a situation, try not to use the smartphone while charging. Also, do not use high CPU sucking applications for long to keep the smartphone’s temperature regular. Sometimes it might be a manufacturing defect. Thus, it is recommended to reach out to a professional in case the overheating happens too often.

 

These are some of the typical smartphone problems and solutions present. If you have faced any difficulty like the ones mentioned above, try solving it instantly. But never attempt on your own if you are not confident enough to resolve the problem. It may cause harm to your phone permanently.

Instead, go for the best cell phone repair service provider when it comes to smartphone repairs. SPARK Services assures quick and prompt service, making it an effective service provider. Connect with us today for additional assistance!