his video was requested by Tashaun Cantrell
who wrote “I have a Zte Zmax, I need help
Ok when I put the charger in it keeps blinking over and over, is there a way I
can fix it bruh.” Today we’re going to learn the name of the problem you’re
experiencing and how to fix it. This issue is very common and it is known as
The Red Light Of Death. You still receive notifications, your phone rings when someone
calls you, you still have the attributes of a properly working
phone but the screen is completely black out. This happens because the pre limited binary
factors of the device is pushing at intervals with intertwined with one another
causing the capacitor to push more power than its program to. Everything I just
said in that sentence is utter bullshit I just did that to prove my next
point. Life lesson number one. Be careful of the
people trying to make everything sound so complicated, for example let’s
say a doctor who is prescribing you medicine. The one who is honest to god
trying to help you will make everything simple and understandable, whereas the
bullshitter that just wanna take your money they’re gonna to be using advanced
vocabulary words that only 3% of the world knows. They’re up to no good no good
And on most occasions that medicine will fix one issue, and create another one that’s like
twenty times worse. same goes for the technicians. Say you go to a phone place to
get a screen repair and then they open up your phone and say ” The conductive wiring
in the ABC chip gotta be replaced by the 123 LMNOP. What The Fuhh?
If they’re using complicated sentences like that to make you feel stupid,
Then they’re only trying to grab your wallet and slip out $100 bills. The people who keeps
things simple and make sure you really understand what they’re trying to say are
the ones who really do want to help you they’re genuine.
Let’s get back on topic. So the first thing you want to do is complete the power off the
device. You know the phone is off completely when the LED indicator stops blinking.
Now simultaneously hold the volume up and power button, the moment the phone
vibrates let go of the power button while still hold the VOLUME up. If your phone powers
on, Then great. I want you to do this next to
make sure that the problem does not occur again for a long time in the future.
If you follow my step accordingly then you should end up on this screen with this
green Android guy. Use the volume buttons to navigate through this menu, click
the volume down button until you reach Wipe Cache Partition, hit the power button
to click it. At the bottom of the screen in yellow text it’ll say wiping cache,
formatting cache. And than once again hold power volume and volume up key simultaneously.
Once you feel it vibrate this time let go of both buttons. Let me know in the comments
below how it worked out for you. If this method
didn’t work there’s a likely chance that you or someone else dropped this phone. Go
into a well lit environment and examine the LCD
panel located under the glass screen to see if there are any hairline cracks. And that should be it Tashuan.
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Do something to help somebody. Anyways guys, Bendji D. here from Get Fixed
and I’m out. Peace.