Every time your Xiaomi phone shows failure from one moment to another, you don’t necessarily have to take it to the cell phone service, sometimes you can put an end to this uncomfortable problem with conventional solutions. It is not normal for your smartphone to restart only after having used it for a few minutes, especially if the battery is at 100%, if the aforementioned occurs, it means that something is wrong with the operating system Androidso from Mag we will teach you the definitive solutions so that you end up with this unusual error.
Before starting, it is important to clarify that if the solutions that we will teach you below are not successful, your phone could have a hardware error and that does require the hand of a specialist; instead, software glitches (Android) can be fixed from your device’s own settings and without the need to download external applications. Take note.
Is it normal that my cell phone Xiaomi turns itself off and on? no, this error is known as “bootloop”, it means that the device will enter an infinite restart cycle, sometimes it is related to the battery, when it overheats too much it forces the cell phone to turn off so that it returns to its normal temperature .
Xiaomi has its own operating system based on the characteristics of Android, which they called MIUI, updates the aforementioned customization layer so that your mobile does not restart out of nowhere. Many times it works.
- Enter the “Settings” of your cell phone Xiaomi.
- Then scroll down and tap on the “About phone” > “Software updates” sections.
- To find out if your mobile has a pending update or if it is already updated, tap on “Download and install” > “Check now to update”.
- Finally, when there is a MIUI update, click on “Install Now” and wait for the process to finish.
All devices Xiaomi with MIUI 11 or higher, they have the “Security” app that is installed by default. Open it and click on the “Security Scan” option, wait for the process to finish and then you will be able to know if there is a virus-infected application that is altering the normal functioning of the mobile device. If the application detects one, the ideal would be to uninstall it immediately.
What is safe mode Android? It is a tool that after enabling it, your smartphone will automatically restart to show you only the pre-installed applications in Xiaomi, those that come by default when you buy a new cell phone. Why? simple, to discover with complete certainty if any of the applications or APKs that you have installed is the one that causes the “bootloop” or infinite restart. If your phone does not restart in this mode, you will know that there is one or more apps that generate the problem, usually they are the APKs.
- Press the physical on/off button for a few seconds.
- You will get the options “Turn off”, “Restart” and “Emergency mode”, press on the first one until “Safe mode” appears, touch it.
- The mobile will automatically restart and the apps or widgets will not be available (they will be gray), it is as if you had turned on the phone for the first time.
- Uninstall the apps that you consider suspicious to check if the mobile stops restarting.
- To get out of “safe mode” Android and uninstall the apps press the on and off button again.
- Wait for the “Restart” option to appear, if it does not, press the power button again for 30 seconds to force the restart.
It is a drastic and tedious decision, since you must make a backup copy and transfer some files to your computer or laptop, however, in most cases it works, otherwise you will have to take it to the technical service so that they can tell you the final diagnosis.
- Charge your cell phone to approximately 40% and go to “Settings” > “Systems and updates”.
- Scroll down and click on the “Reset” tab, Android It will ask you if you want to clear all passwords and sign out of various applications.
- Click on “Confirm” and your terminal will begin to format.
- When the process is complete, you will see the initial screen that asks you for the language with which you want to reconfigure the smartphone.
- Surely when you pulled down the notification bar you saw the “Nearby” icon.
- This is represented as a knotted bow. What is it for?
- Well, like Bluetooth, it tends to be able to share all the photos and videos you want in seconds.
- This is much faster than infrared or Bluetooth itself.
- In order to activate it, you simply have to link your cell phone with the other mobile in order to share information.
- Best of all, you don’t need mobile data or connect to the same Wi-Fi network to use it.
- “Nearby” is characterized by being fast and stable during the transfer of photos or videos from one cell phone to another.
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