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How to fix Motorola Moto E4 Plus that won’t turn on (easy steps)

The Motorola Moto E4 Plus has a huge battery but that would all be for nothing if your device won’t turn on. Such is the case with some of the owners who reached out to us asking for help because according to them, their phones just turned off without apparent cause and won’t turn back on. It may seem like a very serious problem but in reality, it’s not. Most of the time, such problem is very easy to fix especially if it occurred on its own and not due to physical or liquid damage.

In this post, I will walk you through in fixing your Moto E4 Plus that won’t turn on. I will share with you the solution that we often do to phones with this kind of issue. This isn’t the first time we encountered this so rest assured we already know a thing or two that could help you bring your phone back to life. If you’re one of the owners of this device, continue reading as this post may be able to help you.

For smartphone owners who found our site while trying to find a solution, try to see if your phone is one of the devices we support. If it is, then visit the troubleshooting page for that device, browse through it to find issues that are similar with yours and feel free to use our solutions and workarounds. However, if you still need our help after that, then fill up our Android issues questionnaire and hit submit to contact us.

How to fix your Moto E4 Plus that won’t turn on

Most of the time, when this type of problem occurs, it’s a sign of a system crash so that’s what we have to rule out first. The following method is very effective in fixing issues that has something to do with firmware crash or system glitch. We have received reports that some owners of Moto E4 Plus have encountered issues wherein the phone becomes really slow before it becomes unresponsive. There are cases wherein the screen turns black while there were also cases where the display got stuck on a screen and would no longer respond. Regardless of the issue you’re having, this procedure will help you fix it…

  • Press and hold the Power button for approximately 10 seconds or until the device power cycles.

This process can be used to simulate a “battery pull” when the device is unresponsive, frozen, or doesn’t power on. However, if your phone still won’t respond to this method, then try this…

  1. Plug the charger to a working AC or wall outlet.
  2. Connect your phone to it using the original cable.
  3. Allow the phone to charge for at least ten minutes regardless whether the charging symbol is showing or not.
  4. After which, press and hold the Power key again for 10 seconds or until the device turns on.

After doing all this and the phone is still unresponsive, then it’s time to bring it to the service center or back to the store so that the technician can take a look at it. Remember to tell the tech what happened before the problem started. If there’s any significant event that could have led to the problem, you should tell the tech about it.

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