Samsung Ace SPH-i325 Troubleshooting

Samsung Ace Won't Turn On ¶ 

No matter what you try, your Samsung Ace SPH-i325 won't turn on.

Charge or Replace the Battery ¶ 

Make sure your cell phone has a full charge. To do this, connect your phone to the AC adapter. If your phone does not recognize a connection, then your battery is not responding. In this case, you will need a new battery.

Replace the Display ¶ 

If your phone is still unresponsive or won't turn on, it may be your SPH-i325 display. If the display is not working, it may need to be replaced. Learn how here.

Replace the Motherboard ¶ 

If none of the previous recommendations have allowed your cell phone to turn on, your motherboard may be at fault and will need to be replaced.

Samsung Ace Gives Memory Warnings ¶ 

Your Samsung Ace SPH-i325 keeps popping up the message that you have "Low Memory Available."

Install Windows Mobile 6.1 ¶ 

Go onto Samsung's website through the link below and install the latest version of Windows Mobile 6.1 in order to keep your phone's memory updated.

You can find the upgrade at the following site: http://www.samsungmobileusa.com/i325/upg...

Samsung Ace Display Is Frozen to One Image ¶ 

Your Samsung Ace SPH-i325 has a frozen screen.

Let Your Battery Drain ¶ 

If your Samsung Ace freezes, one way to try fixing the problem is by letting the battery die on its own. To do this, just set your phone to the side and let the phone's battery life run out on its own.

Reboot the Device ¶ 

First hold down the power button for about 10 seconds to allow the phone to turn off. Remove the battery and leave it out for 5 minutes. Then, place the battery back inside the phone, and turn it back on.

Samsung Ace Doesn't Respond to Keyboard Input ¶ 

The keyboard for your Samsung Ace SPH-i325 does not recognize when you press any of the buttons.

Reboot the Device ¶ 

First hold down the power button for about 10 seconds to allow the phone to turn off. Remove the battery and leave it out for 5 minutes. Place battery back inside the phone, and turn it back on.

Replace the Keyboard ¶ 

The connection for the keypad to the phone may have come lose. To fix this you will need to check on the physical connection inside the cell phone. Learn how here.

Replace the Motherboard ¶ 

If none of the previous recommendations have allowed your cell phone's keypad to work, your motherboard may be at fault and will need to be replaced.

Samsung Ace Speakers Are Malfunctioning ¶ 

The speakers on your Samsung Ace SPH-i325 emit distorted noise or no noise at all.

Reboot the Device ¶ 

First hold down the power button for about 10 seconds to allow the phone to turn off. Remove the battery and leave it out for 5 minutes. Place battery back inside the phone, and turn it back on.

Check the Connection to the Speakers ¶ 

The connection for the speakers to the phone may have come lose. To fix this you will need to check on the physical connection inside the cell phone.

Replace the Speakers ¶ 

If your speakers are still connected to your cell phone properly, your phone may be in need of a new speaker. Learn how to replace the back speaker here. Learn how to replace the front speakers here.

Replace the Motherboard ¶ 

If none of the previous recommendations have allowed your cell phone's speakers to work properly, your motherboard may be at fault and will need to be replaced.

Samsung Ace Microphone Is Malfunctioning ¶ 

Those to whom you are talking hear distorted noise or no noise at all from your Samsung Ace SPH-i325.

Reboot the Device ¶ 

First hold down the power button for about 10 seconds to allow the phone to turn off. Remove the battery and leave it out for 5 minutes. Then, place the battery back inside the phone and turn it back on.

Check the Connection to the Microphone ¶ 

The connection for the microphone to the phone may have come lose. To fix this you will need to check on the physical connection inside the cell phone.

Replace the Microphone ¶ 

If your microphone is still connected to your cell phone properly, your phone may be in need of a new microphone.

Replace the Motherboard ¶ 

If none of the previous recommendations have allowed your cell phone's microphone to work properly, your motherboard may be at fault and will need to be replaced.

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