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Sometimes, it’s straightforward to say your phone motherboard is damaged when your phone won’t turn on by any means. But is that all? What if your phone screen still turns on, but things seem not to be going well?

Well, that’s when you need to diagnose if your phone’s motherboard is damaged or it’s just some other software/hardware functions playing a prank on you.

Motherboard damage can be a heartbreaking issue, probably equivalent to losing the smartphone itself or getting it damaged totally. The reason being, it carries every other component on the device, and it can be expensive to replace if your phone is out of warranty.

For the unaware, the motherboard is referred to as the ‘brain’ or ‘heart’ of your device – just like the CPU of a computer. It holds every crucial part/component of your device. Talk of the storage, processor, camera, RAM, wireless networks, external ports, and other peripherals that make up your device – all of them are soldered/connected to the motherboard in one way or the other.

How to know if phone motherboard is damaged

Various common scenarios can hint that your phone motherboard is damaged. Below are some of them.

  1. Your phone won’t turn on by any means, even with the charger plugged in: If you tried turning on your phone several times but it won’t respond, the motherboard is probably damaged. You can also try charging it for a while, then turn it on when it’s still plugged in. If it doesn’t run on, that means the motherboard is damaged.
  2. Your phone won’t turn on after switching the battery: if you happen to own a device with a removable battery, you can try replacing the battery with a new one. And if it still doesn’t turn on after that, your motherboard is probably damaged.
  3. Your phone turns on but the screen won’t show anything: if your phone usually vibrates when you turn it on, but the screen doesn’t light up this time around, that might be because the motherboard is damaged. In some other cases, the screen might behave abnormally – or go haywire.
  4. Your phone restarts sporadically: your phone may reboot sometimes when it can’t cope with what’s going on in the system, or when the system is overloaded. But if it turns on and off frequently, something is probably wrong with the motherboard (or any hardware component)
  5. When some hardware functions of the device start to misbehave: if you notice some hardware functions of the device, such as charging point, headphone jack, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, SIM card connector, GPS, starts misbehaving or stopped working, it’s probably the work of a damaged motherboard.

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