We understand that it can be frustrating when your Vivo S1 Pro fails to turn on. That’s why we wrote a specific article addressing this issue. While we’ve done our best to provide helpful troubleshooting steps, it’s worth noting that the options are limited since there is no display to work with.
My Vivo S1 Pro not switching on, What to do?
Here are some strategies you can implement to address this problem:
Connect your phone to Charger
If your Vivo S1 Pro is not turning on, the initial step you should take is to charge it for a minimum of 15-20 minutes. Afterwards, attempt to power on the phone and check if it is switching on or not.
If you are still experiencing issues with your Vivo S1 Pro not turning on, we suggest trying the following methods to resolve the problem.
Check charging cable [ Vivo S1 Pro not switching on ]
In numerous instances where the Vivo S1 Pro fails to turn on, the issue often lies with the charging cable rather than the phone itself. The charging cable may be faulty due to a variety of reasons, causing the phone to not function properly.
Broken cable:- Even though the cables that come with the product are known to have a certain durability, it is advisable to replace them if they become damaged.
Cable not supported:- If you have recently replaced your cable but it is not compatible with your Vivo S1 Pro, this is a common issue. It is best to use the original cables provided by the smartphone company to avoid this problem.
Cable not fitting:- Nowadays it is often to see the issue where charger falling off the port. This might happen in the case of original cables after a long period of usage. So, if the charging cable of your Vivo S1 Pro is not fitting properly anymore it is better to change it as soon as possible.
Check Charging adapter
If the cable is not the issue, the next potential cause for the Vivo S1 Pro not turning on could be the adapter. Although it may not be obvious by visual inspection, the adapter can sometimes malfunction. Therefore, after checking the cable, it is advisable to check the adapter as well.
The most effective way to find this out is simply by testing various adapters & check if your Android phone is switching on or not. It is always better to purchase the original supported adapter from the official brand itself.
Power cycle [ Vivo S1 Pro not switching on ]
To power off your phone, remove the battery if it is removable. Hold down the power button for 30 seconds to cut the power to all circuits in the device. Then, reinsert the battery and press the power button to turn it back on. Your phone should now be in the on position.
If this method won’t work, then we recommend you try the Recovery mode method.
Boot your mobile into recovery mode. (Recommended for non-removable battery phones).
Ensure that your Vivo S1 Pro is turned off. Then, press and hold the power button while simultaneously pressing the volume down key until the phone boots up. If you’ve done this correctly, you will be in recovery mode. You can use the volume up and down keys to navigate through the options and select them by pressing the power button.
To wipe your phone’s cache, first use the volume keys to navigate to the “wipe cache partition” option and select it by pressing the power button. This will delete the current cache files and create new ones. After completing this step, turn off your phone for a few seconds and then turn it back on by pressing the power button.
If your phone still will not turn on, you should try the final method mentioned below.
[Important note: Factory reset of your Vivo S1 Pro will erase all data and files on the device. Therefore, it is crucial to make a backup of any important files before proceeding with this process]
Once again to enter Recovery mode, press and hold the power button and the volume down key at the same time. After a few seconds, your phone will be in Recovery mode. Use the volume keys to navigate to the “wipe data/factory reset” option, and select it by pressing the power button.
Now, all the data on your mobile will be erased. In the final step, turn off your Vivo S1 Pro for a few seconds and then try turning it on again.
We hope your problem is now solved. If it still persist then we recommend you visit the nearest authorized service center.