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Tab 7 plus won't turn on after hard reset Help me please

Posted 28 December 2012 - 05:31 PM (#1) User is offline   mhadzer 

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Hi! I need you help, my tab 7 plus is not working fine today. First, my tab won't turn on until I connect it to a charger. Then I do some research and find that I need to press power on/volume up, up to 10 secs or more. It didn't work. Then I tried to hard restart it. It reboots, but after that my tab keeps on restarting and i can't get to the recovery menu. After a few seconds, there was no response on my tab. No power even its connected to a charger, I can't turn on my tab and no display that the battery is charging.

Note : I'm only playing games when this happened.
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Posted 28 December 2012 - 05:58 PM (#2) User is offline   wizz 

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Connect your Tab to the mains......

Leave it charging for a couple of hours then......

hold down the power button for as long as it takes.....
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Posted 28 December 2012 - 06:18 PM (#3) User is offline   mhadzer 

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Ok got it! Thank you!
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Hi! My tab is working now, I didn't recharge it, I just leave it unplug and then after a couple of hours it did turn on by itself.
It's fine now but there are still some problems. First, how come that after using it for an hour(playing music player and changing settings) the battery remains at 100%? Second, the "battery full charged. Unplug charger" notification is still there. My tab is not connected to a charger. Is that a visual bug only? Do I need to drain/empty the battery at 0%?
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My thoughts............

It does sound to me like you have developed a fault, these battery issues you report are not normal. If you are still in warranty, I would return it to your retailer.

Rogue Apps can sometimes interfere with your OS, do a review of the last ones you put on and uninstall them one by one.

Now it is working again, you could also do a full factory reset.
Tabs do develop idiosyncratic faults occasionally, which can disappear with time. If you are out of warranty, you could try being patient and hope it corrects it's self on its on.
I have a contacts problem that pops up every few months, bothers me for weeks, then disappears again for months for no reason.
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