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Motorola Droid Turbo Troubleshooting
Released 2014, October; Android 0S, v4.4.4, up to v5.1; 32/64GB storage
- Phone Won't Turn On
- Side Buttons not working
- Ear Speaker Not Working
- Camera Light/Flash Light Not Working
- Device is not reading Memory card
No matter what you do, you can't get your phone to turn on.
Repair Guide Motorola Droid Turbo Battery Replacement
If your phone won't turn on, you may simply have a drained battery.
If your phone wont turn on, you may have a faulty battery. If so a replacement battery will be required. See our Battery Replacement guide.
The power button is built into the device. In order words, it is not be replaceable.
It is possible that it appears nothing is happening because the display is bad. If your phone is subject to moderate to heavy abuse it is possible the LCD & Digitize is bad and must be replaced.
If your phone has been through acute impacts or it has been in contact with heavy moisture and/or water, the problem may lie in the mother board and will require replacement. See our Motherboard Replacement guide.
Side Buttons won't respond.
Side buttons may need to be cleaned out. See our Teardown guide; this once said button is removed, clean and replace.
If buttons are clean, mother board may be faulty. Motherboard will need to be replaced. See our Motherboard Replacement guide.
Ear speaker not clear, hard to hear or not working at all
Volume may be too low, check volume in settings or adjust volume by using the volume adjustment button on the side of the phone.
Ear Speaker hardware may be faulty/broken. Sometimes disconnecting and reconnecting the speaker can fix the problem, see our Teardown guide. If this does not work a replacement guide may be necessary.
Camera Light/Flash Light not as bright or wont turn on.
The light is not bright as it should be, check flash light settings. If all the settings are at a maximum a light replacement may be necessary.
The light may be burned out and will need to be replaced. Otherwise, there is a problem with the circuits.
The inlet of your memory sd card could have dust or any other type of dirt. It can be removed and cleaned to verify if this is the problem.
You can refer to our guide Motorola Droid Turbo SIM Card Tray/Volume Button Rocker Replacement, which provides detailed instructions on how to replace the inlet. By looking at the pictures, you are able to compare the state of your device's inlet.