If you notice that your Xiaomi Redmi hangs and consumes too much time to open any app on your phone?
Perhaps because your phone is overloaded, and you have thought about rebooting quickly to free up its RAM memory. The previous devices come with battery removal options so that users can quickly take out the battery and insert the battery in case the phone hangs. But nowadays, all the latest smartphones come with non-removal battery options. So you may think that restarting your device may be difficult.
This article will help you with 3 easy steps to restart your Xiaomi Redmi mobile.
How to reboot your Xiaomi Redmi:
Rebooting Xiaomi Redmi does not delete any data from your phone. In case you want to erase all data from your mobile, you can visit this page.
You should also note that you must know your smartphone’s passcode for Xiaomi Redmi, as you will require it when your device is turned on again.
- Press & Hold the Power/Unlock Button on your Xiaomi Redmi until you see your phone’s screen with a few options.
- Choose the Restart or Reboot menu from the shown options on your Xiaomi Redmi’s screen. (If it’s asking for confirmation, press accept)
- Now your smartphone will power off & on again to perform the reboot. Wait for a while, and now it will ask you for your phone’s unlock pattern or fingerprint.
Once you confirm your mobile phone’s passcode on your phone, it’s successfully restarted now.
Troubleshooting guide for restarting the Xiaomi Redmi:
How to restart your Xiaomi Redmi in case it’s not responding?
Sometimes, your phone performs slow while playing a game or doing some heavy task on Xiaomi Redmi. You can not continue the current task on your phone. At that time, you will need to proceed with rebooting your Xiaomi Redmi using physical buttons.
Suppose you want to do a force restart of your Xiaomi Redmi; press and hold the power button for at least 8 to 10 seconds until you see Android Logo or xiaomi logo appearing on your display. Now release the button to let it start again.
Sometimes, your device is not responding even with physical buttons. You can not even force reboot your Xiaomi Redmi. There are chances that your device has a low battery. The only solution in that scenario is to plug in your charging wire and try again.
If you still see Xiaomi Redmi not responding even after following the above guidelines and you see it has entered into boot loop mode, it’s possible that there is some issue with your device. You should take it to the nearby Xiaomi service center.
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