My Motorola One Vision does not start or boot up

My Motorola One Vision does not start or boot up

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My Motorola One Vision does not start or boot up

Do not worry, there are many solutions if your Motorola One Vision does not start or boot up.

We will see in this article solutions like hard reset, battery reset, solving interference with applications or even solving electrical problems.

Your Motorola One Vision may eventually be under warranty or could be repaired by a specialist.

Unplug your Motorola One Vision from any electronic device

If your Motorola One Vision is connected to a computer, internet box or other, then we strongly recommend that you unplug it.

My Motorola One Vision does not start or boot up

Indeed, it is possible that software incompatibilities could prevent your Motorola One Vision from starting or booting up.

In this case, the solution is simply to unplug the USB cable from your phone.

My Motorola One Vision does not start or boot up

Our other articles on Motorola One Vision can help you.

Remove the battery from your Motorola One Vision

Another possible solution is to remove the battery from your Motorola One Vision.

This can be a simple and effective solution if you want to start your Motorola One Vision.

Factory restart under condition to start or boot up your Motorola One Vision

Restarting with factory settings allows you to re-establish your phone as if it had come out of its shopping box, from a software point of view. If you have accumulated viruses, or unwanted software, this may be a good solution to start or boot up your Motorola One Vision.

Refer to your manual to restore factory settings to your Motorola One Vision, or call a professional. This will ensure that the steps have been made rightly on this perspective.

Be careful though, you will lose all your personal data by doing this.

Be sure to make a backup beforehand.

Battery does not work on your Motorola One Vision

Battery fully discharged

If the battery is completely discharged, then there may not be enough power to start your Motorola One Vision.

We recommend that you load your Motorola One Vision and wait patiently.

Once the charging gauge is at least at 20%, then you will be able to restart your phone.

Note that it is not recommended charging your Motorola One Vision using a USB cable connected to a computer or other electronic device.

Indeed, the load would be slowed down, and software interference or even a virus could spread to your Motorola One Vision.

Battery too old

Another problem on your Motorola One Vision may be that your battery is too old.

In this case, the only solution is to change it.

We advise you to go see a professional or test your battery on another Motorola One Vision before making a possible purchase of battery, sometimes expensive.

If all previous solutions do not work on your Motorola One Vision

Use your warranty

Your Motorola One Vision may still be under warranty.

Most of the time, it is important for this step to have kept your receipt.

Best is to go and see your dealer who will help you to start your phone.

Go to an authorized repairer for your Motorola One Vision

If you do not have a warranty, then it will be up to you to call a repairer.

We advise you to refer only to specialized repairers for your Motorola One Vision.

Be sure to ask for a quote before committing yourself with a professional who may charge you.