Common mobile OS and application symptoms.

Application, operating system and hard ware are tightly integrated into mobile device such as smartphones and tablets.

You may need to troubleshoot all three components when you encounter a problem with mobile devices in order to determine which one is actually causing the issue.

 The following may be of help when troubleshooting mobile OS.




 Dim Display:

This can occur when the user is trying to view the display in bright sunlight or if the displayed brightness is been turned down. To save this situation you might consider manually adjusting the screen brightness using auto mode to adjust visible.

 TouchScreen Non –Responsive or inaccurate touch screen response:

 If your touch screen is nt responsive, it could be that he screen protector is preventing the user touch from registering, try removing the screen protector and then cleaning the screen.

I f it persist try restarting the device, using a force quit if necessary. If you touch is registering but not in the right position then you should try re-calibrating your device using the method in the documentation.

No or intermediate Network Connectivity:

 If your cellular wifi or Bluetooth is no allowing you to connect it might be that your too far away from the coverage range, but if you can connect and loose signal or have weak signal it is likely because your are on the edge of the coverage area.
When device constantly is constantly attempting to reach network, this can be as a result of slow data speed. Also verify that the network type has being turn on your device.

GPS Malfunctioning: 

You GPS may fail to lock on to a signal or it may not update quickly enough to be useful. This may be a hardware issue but it is most likely related to device’s configuration or the apps that uses the GPS. Slow performance:

There are so many reason why your mobile is slow in performance than it did when you first got it out of the box:

OS updates that were installed might not be optimized for your particular device. Apps running in the background.
 Make sure you are only running the apps you need to run.

Disable live wallpapers and remove unnecessary widgets. Full or nearly full storage, try and clear you device cache, remove every unwanted data files and uninstalled unnecessary apps.
If your using older version of Android that doesn’t use TRIM on solid state drivers, update to Android 4.3 or newer version to gain root access and run the labFix app.

 You might also consider moving you files off the SD card, reformatting it or replacing it, then moving only the need files back into it.

Other common mobile OS and Application symptoms includes:

 Extremely short battery life. Frozen system. System lock and so on.

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