No LTE/4G after porting # to new carrierI need to port my Verizon iPhone 5 to a new carrier as the service & coverage is much better here on AT&T. I am wondering...
Answer to "sudden shout down happening"What other info about your Lenovo laptop can you share (besides RAM and video RAM)? The more information about your device you can provide the better. In general, sudden shutdowns happen to laptops with drained, flat-dead, old, or malfunctioning batteries. When a battery is in any of these states your laptop relies 100% on its wired power supply. Even when playing a game or performing any other basic task on your laptop, simply bumping your power cord connector could make your laptop suddenly shut down. Depending on the type of laptop you have (Mac, PC, Linux), other causes for a laptop to suddenly shut down are any one, or combination, of these issues: • Mis-matched memory (RAM) chips • A corrupt file system (or individual file) • Bad RAM (whole chip or allocation/sector) • Full or nearly full hard drive or SSD • Virus, trojan, worm, or other nasty breech of your operating system • ...and just about anything else (without knowing more about your device) What troubleshooting have you tried so far? EDIT:...
Answer to "Phone is going into a boot loop after replacing parts?"Please provide more detail to your question. It would be helpful to know what parts you replaced, which repair guides were followed, what issues you may have encountered during reassembly, etc. Without more info, I'd say you're stuck with tearing down the phone again and double-checking all connections are seated correctly, that no wires have been pinched or shorted against the case or other internal parts. Good luck, _rs
Answer to "My tablet is internally cracked"Finding display parts to fix your tablet may be tough. If you could find another display, here's the repair guide you'd need: Visual Land Prestige 10 LCD Display Replacement Good luck, _rs
Answer to "Camera will not turn on all the time...battery charged..."I would say either find a friend with a known good battery or buy another battery (and charge it) then test again. Good luck and please report your findings! _rs
Answer to "Power on/off button doesn't work"You may simply be looking at a worn-out power button. iFixIt has a repair guide all about fixing this exact issue. Take a look-see at this HP Slate 7 4601 Front Screen Replacement repair guide for the how-to. Or, if it's an HP Slate 7 Plus, it may be a bit tougher to fix however, here's a post about a possibly similar issue: My tablet can't be turned on even after charged. If those links do not help, please provide more detail about your particular power button issue. For instance... (1) Can you get it to work sometimes but not others? (2) When the screen turns on after rebooting the tablet, can you tell how much battery is left? (3) Does the power button seem loose and/or can you wiggle the button more-so than normal? Good luck, _rs
Answer to "What is this loud popping noise"The "loud popping noise" you are hearing may simply be the sound of a foreign object caught in the one of your laptop's fan(s). I'm thinking of something like a small piece of plastic, wood sliver, or perhaps even a small crumb of "crunchy" food (potato chip, grain of rice, etc.) here. Something small enough to get sucked-up by the laptop's fan and lodged somewhere within. I list a few possible yet somewhat specific things that could be caught in your laptop's fan because I had similar issues with a number of my past laptops. In my case, it was a small piece of plastic from the corner of some thermoformed packaging. This stuff is sometimes called a blister pack or clamshell, and it's that crazy-annoying, anti-theft clear-plastic packaging (sometimes with a stiff piece of cardboard sandwiched within) that most off the shelf, small, electronic products are packaged in these days? You know the stuff. Anyhow... when I noticed a similar noise coming from my laptop, I could lift it up in the air and gently shake...
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