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Is Your Android Phone Malfunctioning? Get Help Here by Nobody: 9:53pm On May 04, 2015
OK am a bit of a developer and a programmer.

So if your Android phone or tablet is behaving funny we can trash it out here.
Re: Is Your Android Phone Malfunctioning? Get Help Here by mikkybellami(m): 7:47am On May 05, 2015
Bennyzino:
OK am a bit of a developer and a programmer.

So if your Android phone or tablet is behaving funny we can trash it out here.


I am using innjoo note...and ma ram do full quickly
Re: Is Your Android Phone Malfunctioning? Get Help Here by Nobody: 8:23am On May 05, 2015
mikkybellami:



I am using innjoo note...and ma ram do full quickly

What's the rating of your phone. It probably has a low ram storage.
We have some cool apps that can take care of that.. Helping you to reduce phone activity thus improving the ram performance.

DU speed is the highest rated.
Re: Is Your Android Phone Malfunctioning? Get Help Here by gregkuika: 11:01am On May 05, 2015
Plz house I need some help here. My android fone infinix joy pad 8S is malfunctioning. The Bluetooth and the WiFi just stopped working. I have tried all I cld but since I am not an expert in the field, I quickly ran here to seek for help. Pls, what will I do to enable me get my Bluetooth and WiFi back on track. ThanksThanks
Re: Is Your Android Phone Malfunctioning? Get Help Here by Nobody: 11:45am On May 05, 2015
gregkuika:
Plz house I need some help here. My android fone infinix joy pad 8S is malfunctioning. The Bluetooth and the WiFi just stopped working. I have tried all I cld but since I am not an expert in the field, I quickly ran here to seek for help. Pls, what will I do to enable me get my Bluetooth and WiFi back on track. ThanksThanks

Did you run a system upgrade? The patch might make some apps get corrupted.
Try rebooting the phone if it doesn't work try starting up your phone in safe mode()this can be done by turning off your phone and pressing the power button for 3 secs after you put the phone on=
Try disabling third-party applications as it usually causes conflict with wireless applications.
Re: Is Your Android Phone Malfunctioning? Get Help Here by defemidefemi(m): 1:00pm On May 05, 2015
Bennyzino:
OK am a bit of a developer and a programmer.

So if your Android phone or tablet is behaving funny we can trash it out here.
my techno m3 android is always selecting chargers. if I buy one today and it works fine it may not work in 3 days time. some friends of mine who use techno of another version complained the same thing to me. plz wat can we do?

thanks.
Re: Is Your Android Phone Malfunctioning? Get Help Here by Nobody: 2:23pm On May 05, 2015
defemidefemi:
my techno m3 android is always selecting chargers. if I buy one today and it works fine it may not work in 3 days time. some friends of mine who use techno of another version complained the same thing to me. plz wat can we do?

thanks.



Two common problems are faulty cords or broken charging ports.
If no indicators appear it's quite possible the charging cord is bad. If you suspect a bad port, try wiggling the portion that connects to the phone. The phone may switch over from charging to not charging repeatedly;
this is an indication the port may be bad.
Re: Is Your Android Phone Malfunctioning? Get Help Here by Sssage(m): 3:30pm On May 05, 2015
I tried upgrading and an error occurred, since den wen on it just bring 'No Command'
Re: Is Your Android Phone Malfunctioning? Get Help Here by Nobody: 4:09pm On May 05, 2015
Sssage:
I tried upgrading and an error occurred, since den wen on it just bring 'No Command'

You will try to clear the cache or factory reset.
Put off your phone.. Then press the power button and the +volume button simultaneously till you see your screen loading.
It will load an environment.
Select recovery
Then under recovery select factory reset... Under factory reset select yes.

Then select reboot phone.

Hope that solves the problem.

If it doesn't follow the same process but this time clear cahce memory.
Re: Is Your Android Phone Malfunctioning? Get Help Here by bolayod(m): 4:49pm On May 05, 2015
am using lenovo p770, it getting open apps on its own. sometimes keep accessing fone contacts and calling.
Re: Is Your Android Phone Malfunctioning? Get Help Here by Nobody: 4:55pm On May 05, 2015
bolayod:
am using lenovo p770, it getting open apps on its own. sometimes keep accessing fone contacts and calling.

That's the work of a Trojan Horse or virus.

Connect your phone to a pc with a USB and try scanning it through the computer system..
Next step
Try installing an anti-virus in ur phone and do a complete scan.

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Re: Is Your Android Phone Malfunctioning? Get Help Here by roolnaado(m): 6:35pm On May 05, 2015
I use a Lg E615, my phone doesnt respond to usb connected to a computer, or show charging process
Re: Is Your Android Phone Malfunctioning? Get Help Here by Nobody: 6:41pm On May 05, 2015
roolnaado:
I use a Lg E615, my phone doesnt respond to usb connected to a computer, or show charging process

The USB cord is probably faulty perhaps the lines meant for data transfer are broken hence the malfunction.
Try using a new cord or a cord that works well with other phones.

Another reason could be the port you connected the USB to.. Could be the system didn't detect it. Try changing the USB to another port or another system.

NB.. it is necessary to turn on USB mode in your phone and OK data transfer.


If all these doesn't work your phone charging port is probably bad.
Re: Is Your Android Phone Malfunctioning? Get Help Here by defemidefemi(m): 8:12pm On May 05, 2015
Bennyzino:




Two common problems are faulty cords or broken charging ports.
If no indicators appear it's quite possible the charging cord is bad. If you suspect a bad port, try wiggling the portion that connects to the phone. The phone may switch over from charging to not charging repeatedly;
this is an indication the port may be bad.
what can I do if the port is bad?
Re: Is Your Android Phone Malfunctioning? Get Help Here by Nobody: 8:15pm On May 05, 2015
defemidefemi:
what can I do if the port is bad?

you might need to change it.
There's a possibility it lost contact.
Get it to a repairer.. Nice you already know the problem
Re: Is Your Android Phone Malfunctioning? Get Help Here by jmichlins(m): 10:14pm On May 05, 2015
I use infinix hot and there are these messages that keep coming in each time I reboot or switch on my phone. I have cleaned cache, force stop, and even cleared the message app memory yet they keep coming. The funny thing is that even without sim card inside the phone, they will still come in
Re: Is Your Android Phone Malfunctioning? Get Help Here by ganagagi: 10:38pm On May 05, 2015
my tecno p9 is seriously sucking battery. pls help
Re: Is Your Android Phone Malfunctioning? Get Help Here by roolnaado(m): 11:27pm On May 05, 2015
Bennyzino:


The USB cord is probably faulty perhaps the lines meant for data transfer are broken hence the malfunction.
Try using a new cord or a cord that works well with other phones.

Another reason could be the port you connected the USB to.. Could be the system didn't detect it. Try changing the USB to another port or another system.

NB.. it is necessary to turn on USB mode in your phone and OK data transfer.


If all these doesn't work your phone charging port is probably bad.
The phone does charge when plugged but it does not show the that it is charging. I know this by using the baterry percentage meter which increases when plugged.
For the usb ports i havr tried the options you have listed, the usb connection mode doesnt come up.
Thanks
Re: Is Your Android Phone Malfunctioning? Get Help Here by Sycluxxx: 11:54pm On May 05, 2015
i use tecno h7 .
.
my pics turns side ways or at times.upside down whenever i take pics with the phone

secondly i cant change my imie... i have tried every means to no avail

thanks

btw..the phone is rooted
Re: Is Your Android Phone Malfunctioning? Get Help Here by Nobody: 2:26am On May 06, 2015
roolnaado:

The phone does charge when plugged but it does not show the that it is charging. I know this by using the baterry percentage meter which increases when plugged.
For the usb ports i havr tried the options you have listed, the usb connection mode doesnt come up.
Thanks

The driver for data transfer is probably misbehaving.
Go to the apps store and download USB drivers for Android.
Let me know if this fixes the problem.
Re: Is Your Android Phone Malfunctioning? Get Help Here by Nobody: 2:28am On May 06, 2015
jmichlins:
I use infinix hot and there are these messages that keep coming in each time I reboot or switch on my phone. I have cleaned cache, force stop, and even cleared the message app memory yet they keep coming. The funny thing is that even without sim card inside the phone, they will still come in

Try factory reset..
Follow the steps I aforementioned in the thread.
Re: Is Your Android Phone Malfunctioning? Get Help Here by Nobody: 2:30am On May 06, 2015
ganagagi:
my tecno p9 is seriously sucking battery. pls help

Download DU power saver and battery doctor from the apps store.

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Re: Is Your Android Phone Malfunctioning? Get Help Here by Nobody: 2:47am On May 06, 2015
Sycluxxx:
i use tecno h7 .
.
my pics turns side ways or at times.upside down whenever i take pics with the phone

secondly i cant change my imie... i have tried every means to no avail

thanks

btw..the phone is rooted


Rooting some models of phones can cause it to malfunction.

You might need to unroot it
Re: Is Your Android Phone Malfunctioning? Get Help Here by Nobody: 2:57am On May 06, 2015
You’ve got your smartphone. It’s new, shiny and neat. You can go online from it while you’re out and about and download cool apps to keep you company whenever you get bored. But can you download any app you want? What about custom themes? And did
you ever feel like altering or replacing system applications and settings on your phone because they’re not so user friendly? Well, the thing is you can’t do whatever you want with your smartphone.
For security reasons, phone manufacturers and mobile network operators impose software limitations. However, these limitations
can be overruled by rooting your Android phone, although it is not advisable. Especially if you don’t have antivirus for Android installed, to protect you from mobile malware.
A lot of people are talking about the freedom rooting your phone gives you, without necessarily stressing the risks you face by doing so.

Here’s a brief overview of the advantages and disadvantages of this process. In case you decide to go for it, it’s best you take an informed decision for your own mobile security.

First off, what’s rooting?
Rooting is a process that allows you to attain root access to the
Android operating system code (the equivalent term for Apple devices id jailbreaking). It gives you privileges to modify the software code on the device or install other software that the manufacturer wouldn’t normally allow you to. And for good mobile
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full customization for just about every theme/graphic
download of any app, regardless of the app store they’re posted on, extended battery life and added performance, updates to the latest version of Android if your device is outdated and no longer updated by the manufacturer.

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but if you goof up the rooting process, meaning the code modifications, your phone software can get so damaged that your phone will basically be as useless as a brick.
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Mobile security advice

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Install proper antivirus protection for your Android phone, even before rooting the device, to fend off malware infections. Bullard Mobile Security 12 offers mobile antivirus protection for a wide range of mobile operating systems, including antivirus protection
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Re: Is Your Android Phone Malfunctioning? Get Help Here by Nobody: 2:59am On May 06, 2015
NB
for those of you recommended to perform a factory reset pls endeavor to backup your contacts on sim card.
Re: Is Your Android Phone Malfunctioning? Get Help Here by gregkuika: 10:30am On May 06, 2015
Bennyzino:


Did you run a system upgrade? The patch might make some apps get corrupted.
Try rebooting the phone if it doesn't work try starting up your phone in safe mode()this can be done by turning off your phone and pressing the power button for 3 secs after you put the phone on=
Try disabling third-party applications as it usually causes conflict with wireless applications.
plz I HV tried all u said BT it didn't work
Re: Is Your Android Phone Malfunctioning? Get Help Here by Nobody: 10:49am On May 06, 2015
gregkuika:
plz I HV tried all u said BT it didn't work

What did you do before it stopped working.. Is the Bluetooth and WiFi grayed out? Let me know if it's hardware or software problem.
Re: Is Your Android Phone Malfunctioning? Get Help Here by Nobody: 1:45pm On May 06, 2015
I use techno p5..if I charge it full within 3hrs d battery will run down..and at times it wil jst go off.. help pls
Re: Is Your Android Phone Malfunctioning? Get Help Here by defemidefemi(m): 4:29pm On May 06, 2015
Bennyzino:

you might need to change it. There's a possibility it lost contact. Get it to a repairer.. Nice you already know the problem
thanks brother.
Re: Is Your Android Phone Malfunctioning? Get Help Here by defemidefemi(m): 4:29pm On May 06, 2015
Bennyzino:

you might need to change it. There's a possibility it lost contact. Get it to a repairer.. Nice you already know the problem
thanks brother.
Re: Is Your Android Phone Malfunctioning? Get Help Here by Nobody: 5:02pm On May 06, 2015
gikicharly:
I use techno p5..if I charge it full within 3hrs d battery will run down..and at times it wil jst go off.. help pls

Does the phone get hot?
The processor usage is probably too high.
I recommend downloading DU Speed and battery doctor.
That will put a check to that malfunction.

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Re: Is Your Android Phone Malfunctioning? Get Help Here by moredollar(m): 5:06pm On May 06, 2015
Good evening, bennyzino. My own prob is dat d upper part of my touch screen isn't responding. What do I do?

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