hello , yes i see lot of people are getting this issue with windows O.S . please try few steps and see if this works for you You have to update the drivers Follow these Steps: a) Press the Windows + R key on the keyboard. b) Type devmgmt.msc in search box and click on OK c) Right Click on Mice and other pointing device or touch pad driver option d) Click on update drives then click on Search automatically if this does not work than follow this post easy-fix-touch-pad-problems-windows computer after all steps try updating windows and restart the system once .
Luckily, the fix is easy & following solution may fix a more annoying problem. Go to settings >> More Tab >> About device. Find "Build number" and click 6 times fast on it. You will then get the message saying: "You are now a developer" Come back to Home Screen, and then go back to Settings >> More Tab >> Now you will see the "Developer Options" Now go to Developer options >> Drawing Section or Rendering Section >> Find "Turn off hardware overlays" or "disable hardware overlays" >> This will force the phone to always use GPU for screen compositing
You can resolve many display issues by updating the software on your Apple devices, cables, and adapters. If you can see an image on your screen, check for software updates using the Mac App Store: 1. Connect your external display and any Apple video cables or adapters that you use with it. 2. From the Apple menu, choose App Store. 3. Click the Updates button in the App Store window. 4. Install any OS X or firmware updates that are listed. If you're using a display, hub, extender, or adapter not made by Apple, check with the manufacturer for any updates that might be available.
If the phone doesn`t have a push/pull configurations, then the sim would`ve stucked inside a tight space. To remove the micro sim, you will need a small piece of metal that can slip into the micro sim slot and then push it outside so that it would go out. Don`t try to press it forward because it will just make it harder to get out. If you don`t want to damage your phone further, simply go to the nearest Sony center which will they will do it for you for a fee of their service.
If this fails, you can unlock your tablet using these steps: 1. On the unlock screen, enter your unlock pattern 2. After five attempts you'll be asked to wait for 30 seconds. Tap OK 3. If your phone display goes off, tap the power button and unlock your screen. 4. ap Forgot pattern? If you haven't set up a Google account you won't get this option, instead you'll need to reset your tablet 5. Enter the username and password of your Google account, tap Sign in 6. You'll be asked to create a new screen unlock pattern. If you don't want one, tap Cancel To reset your tablet: 1. Turn your tablet off 2. Hold the volume down key 3. Turn your tablet on Using the volume down key, highlight Wipe data/factory reset and press the power key to select 5. Press the volume up key The reset is now complete. Note: Resetting your tablet will clear all the data stored, data that's stored on your SIM is safe.
Disable and then enable the wireless network adapter. To do so, follow these steps: Start the Network Connections tool in Control Panel. Click Start, click Control Panel, click Network and Internet Connections, and then click Network Connections. Right-click Wireless Network Connection, and then click Disable. Right-click Wireless Network Connection, and then click Enable.
If your phone still does not turn on then it’s time to attempt a factory reset. Make sure to only perform this procedure if you have previously made a backup of your phone data. Turn off the device. Press and hold the following three buttons at the same time: Volume Up key, Home key, Power key. When the phone vibrates, release the Power key but continue to press and hold the Volume Up key and the Home key. When the Android System Recovery screen appears, release the Volume Up and Home keys. Press the Volume down key several times key to highlight ‘wipe data / factory reset.’ Press Power button to select. Press the Volume down key until ‘delete all user data’ is highlighted. Press Power button to select and start the master reset. When the master reset is complete, ‘Reboot system now’ is highlighted. Press the Power key to restart the device. If your phone still does not turn on then this may already be a hardware related problem. Bring your phone to an authorized service center and have it checked.
This has worked for me. (At least I was able to activate, I still have "Searching..." problem) 1. Hard reset the iphone. (Home+Power buttons until apple sign appears.) 2. Switch off the iphone 3. Put the iphone into freezer for 1.5 hour. (Your sim card should be inside) 4. Wipe the moisture of iphone and wait half an hour 5. Wipe the moisture of iphone again and try.