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LG Volt Troubleshooting
This troubleshooting page will help you with the problem diagnosis of the LG Volt
“The phone’s screen is frozen and will not respond to any form of input”
Not Enough RAM ¶
Try resetting the phone by turning the power off and back on. If freezing persists you may be overworking the ram. Try closing background applications you don’t need or not running too many applications at one time.
CPU Error ¶
Try resetting the phone. If this doesn’t work you may need to replace the motherboard by using this guide.
“The phone’s getting too hot and causing it to power off or not run properly.”
Overworking RAM/CPU ¶
Try shutting down the phone and letting it cool off for 10 minutes. If it still gets really hot when turning back on, you may be overworking the ram and/or CPU. Try closing background applications you don’t need or not running too many applications at one time.
Phone Will Not Charge ¶
“The phone’s remaining power won’t increase although it is plugged in to charge”
Replace Charger Assembly ¶
The charger assembly may need to be replaced, use this guide as a reference.
Charging Port Blocked/Dirty ¶
Inspect the charging port on the phone and see if any debris or dust is inside the port. Carefully try to dislodge and remove the debris that may be causing the port and charger to not make direct contact with each other.
Touchscreen Unresponsive ¶
“The phone’s screen unexpectedly stops responding to your touch”
Replace Glass Screen ¶
Try resetting the phone by turning the power off and back on. If the screen continues to be unresponsive, you will have to visit the iFixit parts page and order a new screen for the device. If this still persists, you will need to completely replace the phone’s motherboard.
Restart stock keyboard/Install new keyboard ¶
If the keyboard is unresponsive, try resetting the phone by turning the power off and back on. If the keyboard continues to be unresponsive, you will have to go to your settings and reset your phone to its default settings. If keyboard continues to be unresponsive then you will have to factory reset your device.
Power Button Unresponsive ¶
“The phone’s power button stops responding when it is pressed.”
Button membrane Dirty ¶
Inspect the power button, and if it’s really hard to press, then the membrane of the power button is dirty. To check if the membrane is dirty, open the back housing of the phone and check the power button (follow steps 1-4). If you see any dirt in the membrane, use a small piece air compressor to remove the debris from the membrane.
Replace Button Assembly ¶
If the power button isn't working correctly after cleaning the membrane of the power button, it may be broke. In this case, you will need to replace the power button. Please see the instructions on how to remove the power button.