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How to Fix a Black Screen on an HTC EVO

By Shawn McClain

Failing to charge your iPhone regularly can leave you disconnected.

The HTC EVO 4G smartphone features a large touchscreen on the face of the device, which serves as both the device's display and its main input source. If your EVO's screen has gone black, it will render the device useless and you will need to get it fixed to continue using the smartphone.

Black Screen Issues

A black screen on an HTC EVO generally means that the device's LCD has become defective, but there are also a few other causes. First, a software glitch could cause the screen to stop functioning. In this case, the screen probably works when you first turn the EVO on, but then stops working as the device loads its operating system. Alternatively, since the EVO's screen is connected to the control board by a cable, if the cable comes loose or gets severed, the screen will appear as if it is defective.

Hard Reset

If your HTC EVO's screen appears to work for a few seconds before turning off, then the problem is almost certainly in your device's software. To correct the issue you need to perform a hard reset, which will take the EVO's software back to its factory default settings. Perform the hard reset by holding down the "Volume Down" button while you turn on the EVO. A boot menu will appear on the screen, which should still be working as the device hasn't loaded its operating system yet. Choose "Clear Storage" to complete the hard reset and see of your screen starts working again. This process will erase all the information on your EVO.

Repair Tools and Warnings

If the issue with your HTC EVO's screen isn't software related, you will need to open the device and either fix or replace the LCD. Be forewarned that opening your EVO will void your warranty and make you ineligible for a replacement device. Additionally, repairing the device yourself could also lead to new issues, even if you fix the screen problem. To get the EVO 4G apart you will need a Phillips #00 screwdriver, a T5 screwdriver and a pry tool.

Repair Procedure

Take the device apart by removing the six Torx screws on the back side, then prying off the back housing to reveal the control board. Observe the two connectors on the left side of the board to see if the cables are loose. If they are, reseat them and reassemble the device to see if you fixed the problem. If they are secure, release them and continue the process to replace the LCD. Remove the one small Phillips screw in the upper-right corner of the board, then pry out the control board. Pry the front glass off of the device, leaving just the LCD assembly. Replace the display and reassemble the device.

Device Replacement

If you don't have the right tools to perform a repair on the LCD or if you don't want to risk losing your EVO's warranty, contact your wireless carrier to request a replacement device. With a demonstrable issue like a blank LCD, getting a warranty replacement shouldn't be a problem and should only take a few days.


Writer Bio

Shawn McClain has spent over 15 years as a journalist covering technology, business, culture and the arts. He has published numerous articles in both national and local publications, and online at various websites. He is currently pursuing his master's degree in journalism at Clarion University.


Why doesn&#;t my touch screen respond?

A soft or hard reset may fix this problem if it is software related.

To do a soft reset:

If the display is off, press the POWER button to turn it back on.

If you've set up a lock screen, you need to unlock it.

Press and hold the POWER button, and then tap Restart.

When asked to confirm, tap Restart.

If it does not respond when you touch the screen or press the buttons, you can still restart it. Press and hold the POWER and VOLUME UP buttons for at least 10 seconds. It should now restart.

Be sure to back up any data and files you want to keep before you do a factory reset.

To do a hard/factory reset:

Press and hold the VOLUME DOWN button, and then press and hold the POWER button.

Wait for the screen with the three Android images to appear, and then release the POWER and VOLUME DOWN buttons.

Press VOLUME DOWN to select FACTORY RESET, and then press the POWER button.

Your phone should be set back to factory setting now.

If resetting doesn't get your touch screen responsive then you might have a faulty digitizer or a loose or broken digitizer ribbon cable or connector on the motherboard. The digitizer part of the screen is responsible for sensing touch. If you find fault in the cable you will need to replace the digitizer.

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Sometimes phones, HTC phones included, get stuck or frozen on their boot-up screen. Sometimes an HTC Android phone will even get caught in a power cycling loop. The device will power on, load to the HTC logo, then power off, then power on, then off, on, off, but never actually loading all the way like it should. This can be extremely frustrating because you will not be able to even turn on your phone all the way, much less use it. If this has happened to you don’t fret, there is hope.

Now we might be able to fix this issue but let me stress that this is a PROBLEM, an uncommon, inconvenient and sometimes hard to fix problem, but this article should get you on the right track and will give you a good advantage when trying to fix a frozen HTC cell phone.

Let’s start simple and work our way from there

Power the phone off

Power cycling your phone or at least getting the phone to power off and on is going to be your first goal in troubleshooting a frozen HTC. If your phone doesn’t have a removable battery, which is becoming more common in HTC phones, then it can be a little harder to get your cell phone to power off.

Start by pressing the power key and holding it down for seconds to see if you can get your HTC to power off. Sometimes powering the phone off can be difficult using this method and I have seen it take a minute or two of pressing and holding the power key for a phone to power off. It should only take sec but if there is no success at first then you might have to hold the power key down a little longer.

Power the phone back on

If you were able to power the phone off by holding the power key then power the phone off and leave the phone off for about 30 seconds and then power the phone back on.


There are a few things that can go wrong with an Android device when trying to power it off.

Rebooting itself &#; If the phone is not staying off, for example you power the phone off and it turns itself on all by itself then troubleshooting properly is going to be more difficult. Make sure that the power key on your phone is not stuck or pressed in by a protective case.

Wont power off – frozen phones can be stubborn, and if you cannot power the phone off at all then this might be one of the only times that it would be appropriate to allow the phones battery to drain to zero, charge the phone a bit and then attempt to power the phone on again.

Try to avoid letting a lithium ion battery drain to zero whenever possible though as it’s hard on the battery and it can sometimes be a chore to get the battery to charge up again. If the HTC phone hangs or gets locked up or frozen again and still won’t let you power the phone off then let it drain once again and then charge it for a little bit and while it’s OFF but with a bit of a charge try the troubleshooting below.

Remove the memory card

If there is a memory card that can be removed from your HTC cell phone then take it out and try rebooting the phone without the memory card. If the phone boots without the memory card then after the phone is powered on all the way you can try reinserting the memory card back into the phone and then make an attempt to mount the card. Just don’t forget to power cycle the phone to see if it will allow you to turn it on with the memory card inserted again. If it locked up with the memory card inserted then the memory card might have malfunctioned and you might have to look into reformatting the card or even purchasing a replacement.

If this is the case then I recommend choosing a top memory card for some advice and tips on how to choose the best memory card for your HTC Android cell phone, but I digress.

Boots up and works properly

If the phone powers on properly and you are able to use your phone again then I recommend that you create a backup of your cell phones information just to be safe. There could be something on the phone that may be causing trouble. So perform a backup should your phone malfunction or something happens that’s outside of your control that way you don’t lose any of your important information.

HTC still frozen at the HTC logo or locking up

If you are able to power your HTC phone off and on but it gets stuck on the HTC logo again or freezes up before the phone can power on properly then proceed with the more in depth troubleshooting below.

There is still hope but there’s a catch

Your Android Smartphone will NOT POWER ON, which means that saving ALL your important information is going to be near impossible. Now don’t worry your contacts including your names and phone numbers are saved on your Gmail account. All you will need to do to get your contacts back is to log into your Gmail account again and BOOM! All your contacts are going to automatically pull back and get put on your phone.

Thank goodness for Google’s brilliant ideas. In fact if you ever lose your phone or heaven forbid it gets stolen and you need to file an insurance claim or purchase a new/different phone, all you need to do in order to transfer most of your information to your replacement android phone is log into your Gmail account.

It’s awesome! To check your Gmail account, when the phone is working correctly of course, all you need to do is go to your Home > Menu Key > Settings > Accounts (or Accounts and Sync), your Gmail account will be listed on that page. To check and make sure that your phone is backed up to your Gmail simply click on that Gmail account and make sure that it shows the days date next to it. If those sync options don’t show today’s date or if you ever want to sync manually tap &#;Sync Now&#;.

Try and make sure you know your Gmail Account a lot of people set it and forget it, make sure you got yours remembered or written down, you might need it!

Chances are very high that you have a Gmail and if you don’t then you’re going to want to create one. But I digress. Here is the fix if you’re stuck on the HTC screen.

Quick instructions

1. Start with a 2nd level reset

  • Power the phone on and then remove the battery (remove the battery with the phone on, make sure the phone is not plugged into a charger)
  • Count to 10 (10 seconds).
  • Put the battery back into the phone.
  • Power the phone on. (Now wait patiently for the phone to boot up. If you wait for more than 5 minutes, or longer than the phones average boot-up time, and it seems to still get stuck at the HTC white-screen again then proceed to step 2)
  • If the phone powers on correctly then go to step 4 if it does not or you cannot remove the battery from the device proceed to step 2 (you want to make sure to backup your mobile unit and do some additional troubleshooting to make sure that the phone doesn’t freeze again. I recommend a factory data reset, which can be located under the settings of your phone. Make sure to uncheck the option to delete/erase your memory card if given the chance. A Factory Data Reset will be a more secure fix to your phone).

2. Try the Recovery

If the 2nd level reset in step 1 doesn’t work and your HTC is still stuck on an infinite loop or showing the HTC logo then try this.

  • Pull the battery, and then reinsert it, but DON’T power it back on.
  • Make sure the phone has a GOOD charge on it and can be used without being plugged into the charger. I highly suggest that you charge it (while it’s powered off) for 15 minutes to an hour making sure that it has a GOOD charge on it.
  • After charging the phone for 15+ minutes unplug your HTC phone from the charger (make sure your HTC phone is unplugged or this won’t work).
  • Press and hold the Volume Down button and then briefly press and release the Power button while still holding the Volume Down button.
  • A special screen should pop up which will give you some options. When this screen appears release the volume down button.
  • Use the Volume keys to scroll through the available options until the “Recovery” option is highlighted.
  • Once Recovery is highlighted use the Power key to make the selection.
  • This next step is going to depend on the phone but typically a black screen should pop up showing a sync icon (2 green arrows forming a circle and an arrow pointing down in the middle of that circle).
  • Wait patiently…  
  • After a minute or two the icon should change and switch to a picture of a phone with a red exclamation mark inside of a red triangle symbol.
  • Once you see the red exclamation mark, pull out the battery, reinsert the battery, and power the phone on like you normally would. Note: if your phone doesn’t have a removable battery then your main goal is to reboot the phone. You can often hold the power button down for a few seconds to turn your cell phone off instead of removing the battery.

The phone should boot up and you should still have all of your information and it should be working at %.

Don’t forget to backup the information on your HTC just in case something happens to your phone and for some reason you cannot recover the unit again.

If your phone is still stuck and you have waited a few minutes to make sure that it is in fact still stuck at the HTC screen or caught in a loop proceed to the next step.

Sounds like a possible software issue in the phone

We might need to do what is called an Alternate Factory Data Reset, try not to panic when I tell you that we are going to need to erase all the information from the unit. It isn’t clear what caused the issue. It could be a corrupted file, a glitch in the software, a virus (viruses are not common but they do happen), most likely something picked up online or through a bad app.

The worst part of this issue is that you can’t get into your phone which means that we can’t backup texts, can’t backup apps, the Call log etc. HTC is really good about automatically backing up information for you, so you shouldn’t lose much but just FYI.  “Can I take my mobile phone to the store where I bought the phone to backup my info?” Nope and here’s why. Your phone will not power on all the way which means it cannot communicate with the store’s machine or your computer for that matter. Cut and dry you need to do this reset to get your phone working correctly. Here is how you can try and get your phone to boot up after trying the battery pull.

  • Give it hours &#; your phone might be performing an update on its software, which is great! It’s always a good idea to keep your software up to date, this helps your phone run faster, smoother and most of the time adds more functionality. If you can, then also check your WiFi to make sure it’s on (check your home not on the phone its self. Wireless internet will help you download the update a lot faster and you don’t use your service providers data plan, which will save you money too)
  • So if you can wait then wait &#; yes I know we NEED our phones and your probably already starting to show symptoms of withdraw but if you file an Insurance or warranty claim you’re going to have to wait at least business days to get a replacement and they usually have you do the steps shown below anyways (the manufacture requires that your phone gets wiped to make sure it’s a manufacturing defect and not something 3rd party causing the issue). PLUS when getting a replacement it’s almost always a refurbished or reconditioned unit. The best option is to fix the phone you have. If you have already waited then proceed down the page.

Perform the Alternative Reset –

  1. Power the phone off. &#; (If the mobile is still getting stuck/frozen at HTC then we are going to have to do some troubleshooting. Don’t worry our options are limited for this issue and I’ll help you every step of the way). Make sure your phone is no longer powered on and make sure it’s NOT plugged into a charger or this won’t work. Remember the phone needs to be completely off. If the phone will not power off then remove the battery and count to ten, put the battery back in and your good to go. Note: you can also remove the memory card as a precaution, the reset shouldn’t effect it in the slightest but if it sets your mind at ease you may remove the memory card aka SD card and it won’t affect the reset. If you don’t know if your phone has a memory card then don’t worry about it, because, again, it shouldn’t affect it.
  2. Press your mobile’s reset key combination – this might vary depending on what model of phone you have. I recommend you read how to hard reset an Android smartphone for some common hard reset methods. The standard or default reset combo for an HTC smart/Android phone is as follows:
  3. Press and hold Volume up + Volume Down + the Power key. Hold down the volume down button, then (while still holding the volume down key) press and hold the volume up key, while pressing these two keys press and hold the power key.
  4. When the phone powers on release the power key (and only the power key, keep holding volume up and volume down)
  5. A fastboot screen with options should pop up &#; When it does release all of the keys.  (If the phone boots up regularly, and all the way, then go to step 4). If the mobile gets stuck on HTC again then the reset didn’t go through properly. Try the reset again, you might have to pull the battery and try multiple times. I have had to try like 8 times before I could get it to kick in. Basically try it until you get to a screen giving you some options. If you tried both volume controls and the power key combo and simply cannot get the device to show the fastboot screen then try holding only the Volume Down + Power key. Some phones are different even being the same model! When an update comes along the reset procedure might even change (the Motorola Atrix was such a model when it updated from 1.x.x Froyo to the 2.x.x Gingerbread, it removed the need to tap the lower right of the screen to get the fastboot to work correctly. This was a good thing because you couldn’t tap the screen if the device was experiencing a touch screen issue, but I digress).
  6. Scroll to Factory data reset – To scroll use the volume down to scroll through the options, then use the power key to make the selection. It might read something like reset phone or master clear, you’re not looking to reboot your phone you’re looking for a reset/erase option. If the power key doesn’t allow you to select the option then use the volume up key. Most HTCs however have the volume controls as navigations for making selections.
  7. Wait for the phone to reboot &#; the phone should power itself off all by itself then it should power itself back on all by itself. This can take 15 min. but usually only takes like 5 min, if even that.
  8. Be Patient – it can take a few minutes to load back up. Even when doing a reset when a phone is not having any problems, or performing a reset through the settings of the mobile device this happens so just wait. It might even look like it’s stuck on the HTC screen again. Don’t start panicking yet. Just give it like 15 min. If phone is still showing the HTC loading screen or starts to power cycle (turning off and on over and over all by its self) then do the alternate reset again.

After doing the alternative reset you’re left with a few options

Your phone has started working correctly

Enjoy your working phone! You are going to have to set up the phone again, just like you did when you first got it. It’s very self explanatory, you shouldn’t have any problems.  Make sure you log into your Gmail account. Again, after you have setup your phone and logged into Gmail your mobile phone should sync your contacts back onto the phone.

Some providers add secondary backups like the ATT address book or Sprint mobile sync, etc. if your phone prompts you to sync, when accessing contacts, then I would sync with that option (if it asks you if you want to remove/replace/delete current contacts or any information then hit no. Then for your own knowledge check your pictures to see if they are still there. HTC is pretty good with having pictures save automatically to the memory card as opposed to other mobile providers; Samsung mobile phones, for example have the feature but requires the user to set it up themselves in the settings, which the average user doesn’t usually do.

Your phone might look a little different as well. As mentioned above its going to think it’s brand new right off the shelf.

Still Stuck on the white HTC logo

Bummer, I recommend that you try the reset once more. If it’s stuck and that’s all there is to it then this could indicate a serious problem with your phones Operating System; more specifically its boot loader.

If your phone is still stuck on its startup logo then I highly suggest that you read and follow the advice listed at How to try and fix an Android smartphone that is stuck and wont boot past its startup logo.

If the advice listed on that guide doesn’t help (and I think it will), then we are running out of options.

dg phone, LG phone, Motorola phone, etc if it’s ATT it should work. This is sometimes really good to know if your phone has damage like a cracked screen and needs to be replaced and you can’t file an insurance claim, or if you NEED a phone while you wait for a replacement phone to arrive.


I hope that I was able to get you taken care of one way or another. Remember that a 2nd level reset, basically pulling your battery out of your phone with it powered on, will often fix a lot of minor issues with smart phones, at least temporarily, and a Factory Data Reset (we did a factory data reset an alternate way) will usually be a more permanent fix. After doing a reset on the phone make sure to try it without downloading any apps for a couple days.

Usually when smart phones, especially Android phones, act up its because of a bad app. Try using the phone with a clean install for a couple days then adding apps one at a time. Download an app try it out for a few days, download another app try it, etc. remember if you download an app and your phone starts having problems then you should uninstall that app and not use it any more.

If you have any questions don’t hesitate to leave a comment, or perform a search on the site, there is a lot of information present on this site as far as proper phone care and maintenance.

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Starting today, HTC customers in the US no longer need to worry about cracking their smartphone's screen. No, the company's devices aren't suddenly invincible; they'll still shatter if dropped on a sidewalk, just like always. Instead, HTC has announced it will now provide one free screen replacement at any point during the first six months of phone ownership. The offer covers the HTC One, One mini, and One max, but it's only good for devices purchased beginning today. Existing customers will need to stick with their carrier's insurance plan or turn to third-party options like iFixit for repairs. Still, no other smartphone manufacturer offers worry-free protection like this in the US, so HTC is setting itself apart in a big way.

The screen replacement comes as part of HTC Advantage, a new initiative the company says "marks an enhanced focus and commitment to customers who select the best and want to keep it that way." Aside from the one-time screen swap, Advantage also puts HTC's commitment to software updates in writing, so consumers will have a clear understanding of how long they can expect new versions of Android. HTC says the One family of smartphones will continue to receive updates for at least two years dating back to the North American launch of each device. HTC recently revealed this timeframe during a Reddit AMA, but it's now official as part of the Advantage program. Again, this commitment only applies to North America. HTC customers will also be getting a boost in cloud storage through Google Drive: HTC max owners get 50GB of space, with other models receiving 25GB (after Sense has been installed).

Best of all, HTC Advantage comes at no extra cost to US customers. You're now able to purchase an HTC One device with full confidence that you'll be covered in the event disaster strikes — for six months, anyway. The big question is whether carriers will bother informing shoppers about this new initiative. Their existing insurance plans are a proven and lucrative source of revenue, and HTC's newfound generosity may give customers pause in shelling out an extra monthly fee to Verizon, AT&T, or another wireless provider. But if you're the clumsy type, those insurance plans (and alternatives like SquareTrade) remain your best bet for long-term coverage — assuming you don't plan to trade in for a new phone in six months. As for you envious international customers, HTC isn't yet saying if or when Advantage will head elsewhere.


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7 problems with the HTC 10 and how to fix them

It may not be the latest from HTC anymore, with the HTC U series taking up the helm, but it’s still a solid phone. The HTC 10 what has always been the biggest selling points of the line, a beautiful full metal design, and audio capabilities that are unmatched. Especially if you use your smartphone for listening to a lot of music, the HTC 10 is the best device for you.

That said, like any other smartphone or tablet, the HTC 10 is not without its issues. Which is why, we’ve rounded up some of the common problems that plague HTC 10 owners, and offer potential solutions on how to fix them!

Disclaimer: Not every HTC 10 will have this issues, and it is more than likely that you won’t come across any of these problems at all.

Problem #1 – Display issues

Some users have found there to be a pinkish or yellowish tinge to the display. There have also been problems with the polarization of the screen.

Potential solutions:

  • As far as the screen coloration issue is concerned, you can use an app like Screen Equalizer to set it right.
  • The HTC 10 also comes with built-in options to adjust the color temperature, which you can find under the Display settings, by going to color profile.
  • Some users have also stated that this seems to be caused by the glue not being completely dry. It should fix itself over time, but if you are looking to speed up the process, you can turn the brightness all the way up, and leave the phone out in direct sunlight for some time.
  • Some users have found that when wearing polarized sunglasses, they are unable to see the display of the phone in broad daylight. This happens when the phone is in the portrait orientation. Unfortunately, the only solution here is to use the device in the landscape orientation, or to take off your sunglasses.

Problem #2 – Auto-brightness issues

Quite a lot of users have found the auto brightness to not be working as expected, with users complaining about the display being too dark most of the time, and needing to manually set the brightness.

Potential solutions:

  • This is a software issue, and hopefully a fix will be available in an upcoming update. Until then, you can use an app like Lux Auto Brightness, that does a better job with auto brightness than the stock feature. There is also a free, Lite version of the app available, which you can find here.

Problem #3 – Touch screen problems

A few users have faced problems with the touch screen, where it doesn’t register taps or presses, particularly along the edges of the display, or there is a slight delay in a touch being recognized.

Potential solutions:

  • Download an app like Screen Touch Test to see if there are any issues with the display recognizing your taps and presses. You can then try using SGS Touchscreen Booster to adjust the sensitivity settings.
  • If the touch screen calibration doesn’t work, your only option is to pick up a replacement. Until the replacement arrives, you can enable Glove Mode, which will boost the sensitivity of the display, and should make the touch screen respond better to your taps and presses.

Problem #4 – NFC issues

Many users have faced problems when using NFC, with the device failing to read tags or cards, or when trying to use it to connect to a portable speaker.

Potential solutions:

  • The NFC chip is on the back, around the camera, and you have to carefully align the phone to get it to work. However, some users have found that NFC works better when using the front of the phone, around the front-facing speaker up top.
  • Some users have also found the NFC to be working much better following a recent software update, so make sure that your phone is up to date.
  • Some users have found this to be a hardware problem, with the only option being to pick up a replacement.

Problem #5 – Home button not working

A few users have found the capacitive home button up front, which comes with an embedded fingerprint scanner, to not work, particularly after the device has been in the Extreme Power Saving mode.

Potential solutions:

  • In most cases, a simple restart has done the trick. If that doesn’t work, wiping the cache partition (you can find the instructions on how to do so below) has helped fix this problem as well.
  • If the home button is completely unresponsive, faulty hardware is the problem, and the only option here is to pick up a replacement.

Problem #6 – Difficulty switching from Wi-Fi to mobile data

Some users have found their phones finding it difficult to make the switch from Wi-Fi to mobile data, with it taking quite some time to make the switch after you leave the Wi-Fi zone.

Potential solutions:

  • This issue seems to be related to the Wi-Fi Calling feature that is available. You will have to go into the Advanced Calling settings and disable Wi-Fi Calling, which should help fix this problem. Otherwise, you will have to manually disable Wi-Fi every time, for the switch to be made easily. Hopefully, an upcoming software update will help fix this problem.

Problem #7 – Connectivity issues

As is the case with any new device, you may find yourself facing some connectivity issues with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. Users have found both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth problems to occur with the HTC

Potential solutions:

Wi-Fi issues

  • Turn the device and the router off for at least ten seconds, then turn them back and retry the connection.
  • Go to Settings – Power saving and ensure that this option is turned off.
  • Use the Wi-Fi Analyzer to check how crowded your channel is, and switch to a better option.
  • Forget the Wi-Fi connection by going to Settings – Wi-Fi and long tapping the connection you want, then selecting “Forget”. Re-enter the details and try again.
  • Make sure the router firmware is up to date.
  • Make sure the applications and software on the device are up to date.
  • Go into Wi-Fi – Settings – Advanced and make a note of your device MAC address, then make sure that it is allowed access in the router’s MAC filter.

Bluetooth issues

  • With issues when connecting to the car, check the manufacturer’s manual for the device and the car and reset your connections.
  • Ensure that you are not missing a vital part of the connection process.
  • Go to Settings – Bluetooth and ensure nothing needs changing
  • Go into Settings – Bluetooth delete all prior pairings and try setting them up again from scratch.
  • When it comes to issues with multiple device connection, only a future update will be able to address this problem.

So, there you have it for look at some of the problems faced by HTC 10 owners! As mentioned, you will likely not come across any of the issues listed above, so you shouldn’t let this list deter you from picking up this phone. The HTC 10 remains a very good flagship smartphone, especially if great audio is a requirement for you.

If you have come across any other problems, do mention them in the comments section below, or discuss them in our official Android Authority HTC 10 forum.

Below are the guides to perform tasks like a soft reset, hard reset, booting into Safe Mode, or wiping the cache partition.

Safe Mode – 

  • Press and hold the power button until you see the power menu pop up.
  • Tap and hold the Power Off option.
  • A “reboot to Safe Mode” option should appear.
  • Tap on the “restart” option and wait for the device to reboot.

Soft Reset –

  • Press and hold the power button when the screen is on, and tap on the Restart option.
  • If the device is unresponsive and the screen cannot be turned on, press and hold the volume up key and power button together for at least 10 seconds, or till the device restarts.

Factory Reset –

  • Turn off the device.
  • Press and hold the volume down key. Then press the power button until the phone vibrates, then release the power button, but keep the volume down key pressed until a screen with red and blue text appears.
  • Use the volume down key to navigate to “reboot to bootloader” and press the power button to select it.
  • Another screen will then appear, where you can use the volume down key to navigate to “boot to recovery mode.”
  • Using the volume down key to “Wipe data/Factory Reset.”
  • Select “Yes — delete all user data” to confirm the whole operation.
  • After that select option “reboot system now.”
  • You can also go into Settings – Backup and Reset and tap on “Reset Phone.”
  • Keep in mind that performing a Factory Reset will erase all your data, so don’t forget to backup anything important you might have.

Wipe cache partition – 

  • Use the first four steps in the “Factory Reset” section to go into Recovery Mode.
  • Press the volume down key to “wipe cache partition” and then press the power button to select.


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