March 20, 2016 at 11:47 am #30119ReyMattParticipant
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I can’t start my mini tablet. I made it hibernate an 2 hours ago after charging it to 100% and now it won’t wake up no matter how long I press the power button nor any combination of it with the volume buttons. It’s SLIGHTLY WARM between the front camera and the side buttons. No LED light if I connect it with the power adapter. Shall I continue charging the tablet in case the battery got drained somehow while I wasn’t using it or unplug the adapter so it will really empty the battery and hope it resets the system?
<hr />March 22, 2016 at 4:27 pm #30414pasqualParticipant
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I got exactly same problem… if I wait and I hold the power buttom for 6 seconds it wakes up…
But the hibernation process starts randomly when the unit is idle
Any idea how to avoid the issue?March 27, 2016 at 11:21 am #30993ReyMattParticipant
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Mine is a different problem. It never turned on no matter how long I press the power with/without the volume buttons. It only came back to life when it apparently ran out of battery then I charged it up again. I still don’t know why it became unresponsive for a whole day…
Waking up after hibernation usually takes several seconds of pressing the power button. Same issue on my old Dell Venue 8 Pro.
Sleep/hibernation after x minutes often doesn’t follow whatever I indicate in my power settings.July 29, 2016 at 6:40 am #44931Ralston van der SchyffParticipant
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just discovered, you have to hold the POWER BUTTON down for at least 15 SECONDS… then the mi logo will appear and boot up…February 4, 2017 at 11:43 pm #61612RichardParticipant
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I have be had the “no start/no charge led” problem about 8 times in since owning. No combination of power & volume keys will fix it. After a day or two it magically fixes itself and will start with just the power button.
This week it happened again and after 3 days it still wouldn’t start. I opened the case. It’s fairly easy after removing the 2 micro screws on on either side of the USB C port. I didn’t have a small enough star driver, but a very small flat blade works too. Inside, at the other end, is the motherboard under a thin plastic cover held with small philips screws. Remove the cover; the battery connector is in the center. Unplug the battery connector, wait a few seconds, plug it back. The problem is fixed……………. Until the next time.
Since I expect the problem to repeat, i “nibbled” the plastic cover in the area of the battery connection. Next time, I won’t have to remove the motherboard cover to disconnect the battery.
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