When your Samsung Galaxy A52 won’t turn on, we can relate to your anguish. This is the reason we made the decision to write a focused post on the subject. We did our best in this article, but keep in mind that since you don’t have a display to work on, your options for troubleshooting are very limited.
My Samsung Galaxy A52 not switching on, What to do?
You might attempt the following techniques to resolve this problem:
Connect your phone to Charger
The first thing you should do if your Samsung Galaxy A52 won’t turn on is leave it charging for at least 15-20 minutes. Try turning on your phone once more to see if it turns on.
We advise checking the remaining techniques listed below if your Samsung Galaxy A52 is still not turning on.
Check charging cable [ Samsung Galaxy A52 not switching on ]
In a few instances, when the Samsung Galaxy A52 wouldn’t switch on, the charging cable was the bigger problem. There are numerous probable reasons for your issue, even with cable, including:
Broken cable:- It is common knowledge that even factory-installed cables have a breaking point. If the cable is damaged, it is essential that you replace it right soon.
Cable not supported:- You can encounter yet another cable issue if you recently replaced the cable but your Samsung Galaxy A52 is still incompatible with it. It is always recommended to use the official cables that the smartphone manufacturer provides.
Cable not fitting:- Nowadays, it happens frequently to see a charger slide off the port. The original cables may exhibit this after prolonged use. Therefore, if the charging cable for your Samsung Galaxy A52 is no longer snugly fitting, it is essential to replace it as soon as possible.
Check Charging adapter
After the connection, the adapter itself may be the next element for the Samsung Galaxy A52 not to switch on. The adapter could occasionally have problems, just as the charging cord. When we look at something, we might not fully understand the problem. But if the cable is in good condition, you should next check the adapter.
The simplest approach to determine this is to test out several adapters and see whether or not your Android phone is turning on. Buying the original supported adapter directly from the authorised brand is always preferable.
Power cycle [ Samsung Galaxy A52 not switching on ]
If your phone has a removable battery, take it out and hold the power button for 30 seconds while holding the battery in place. Every phone circuit will lose power as a result. Put your battery back in and then switch on the device. Following this, you should have to have your phone turned on.
Try the Recovery mode approach if the first approach fails.
Boot your mobile into recovery mode. (Recommended for non-removable battery phones).
Make sure your Samsung Galaxy A52 is totally turned off. Press and hold the power button and the volume down key simultaneously to start your phone. If you were successful, you are now in recovery mode and can navigate to and select different options using the volume up and down keys.
Now navigate to the erase cache partition using the volume keys, and then press the power button to select it. Now that the cache has been emptied, new cache files will be produced on your phone. The next step is to briefly deactivate your phone before pressing the power button a second time.
You should try the final technique listed below if, sadly, your Samsung Galaxy A52 still won’t turn on.
Important information: After doing a factory reset, your Samsung Galaxy A52 will lose all of its data and files. Therefore, before using this method, make sure you have a backup of your crucial files.
You must enter Recovery mode one more. To achieve it, simultaneously press and hold the volume down key and the power button. Your phone will enter recovery mode after a brief period, at which point you must use the volume keys to travel to the wipe data/factory reset option and the power button to choose it.
Your mobile device will now be completely erased of all data. The final step is to wait a short while with your Samsung Galaxy A52 powered off before attempting to turn it back on.
We trust that this has fixed your issue. If it’s still there, we advise going to the nearby authorised service facility.
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