Why is my brand new lenovo tab 2 a10-30 no display?


I just got my new lenovo tab 2 a10-30 just today, it was a gift and it's from saudi arabia. It's brand new and sealed when i unbox it and turn it on there's a sound but no display shown (no lenovo logo), it has light but black out. I tried to charge for a while and restart it by long press at the power botton but still the same. Don't know what's wrong, it from overseas so i don't have warranty here. I need help please

Answered! View the answer I have this problem too

Is this a good question?

Score 0
Add a comment

2 Answers

Chosen Solution


Try a hard reset on your Tab 2

As yours is a new device, make sure that the battery is charged before you do this. It may have been in a warehouse for a while before you got it so the battery may be quite low. Be patient and give it at least a couple of hours worth of charge if not more.

Do not perform a hard reset with the charger connected to the Tab.

Here is a link that shows you what to do.


When you perform a hard reset, again be patient, it takes a few minutes to complete.

Hopefully this is of some help.

Was this answer helpful?

Score 4
Add a comment

there are lots of frantic posts about Lenovo A10 boot loop issues.

I have just bought one and have the same problem, after an Android upgrade. Your advice to charge tablet and wait a while is being applied.

Update (12/10/2016)

is there a charge light on the Lenovo A10-30 tablet?

Was this answer helpful?

Score 0



According to the service manual there is no battery charge light.

I'm not sure if this is applicable to your device but with most Android devices, if the device is not turned on, you usually get a battery symbol on the screen when the battery is being charged. Some give a % indication as to the state of charge whilst others have a representation of the level of charge by how "full' the battery image is. The battery symbol is not on permanently. It may stay on for a few seconds and then the screen goes blank. To view the state of charge briefly press the Power button to show the battery symbol again


Add a comment

Add your answer

Christine will be eternally grateful.
View Statistics:

Past 24 Hours: 1

Past 7 Days: 7

Past 30 Days: 40

All Time: 5,361