Things you should do if your Google tab won’t turn on
We can understand exactly how irritating it’s to no longer be able to use an Google tab. Whenever your Google tab does not switch on, don’t surrender as it may potentially turn back on again. You’ll find a couple of methods below for switching on your Google tab:
Connect your Google tab to mains power-supply
Maybe your smartphone is severely uncharged. In cases like this, it is important to connect your device to a mains power supply for at least 30 minutes before attempting to switch it on. If you have no indicators of activity, test the following test.
Check to observe if it’s simply your display screen that won’t switch on
It’s possible that the mobile phone is functioning, but there is an issue with the display. In order to check this, push and hold down the power button and repress it again. Supposing your Google tab makes a noise, vibrates or even if a light appears, that means there’s a problem with the display screen.
Check that the charger cable or the charger is not defective
In order to do this test, it’s essential to connect another device to your Google tab charger. If it charges, that means the issue isn’t originating from the charger.
If you continue to haven’t had any results
In the scenario where none of these practices do the job, it’s quite possible that the issue is coming from the battery pack or the battery. In such cases, you can turn to the after-sales service or an independent mobile repairer.