In this short article, you will learn how to reboot your Android in three extremely easy ways.
In this short tutorial, I will show you how to reboot your Android phone in three easy ways. If you never reboot your Android device (and never turn it off), you should certainly start doing it.
Without regular reboots, your phone will slow down, freeze or may even become unresponsive. That's why you should never forget that you have a reboot feature in your Android phone!
The easiest way to reboot your Android phone is by pressing Power button for 1-2 seconds until a small window appears. The window will look similar to the one below.
All you have to do is press Restart and your Android device will restart. Done!
Sometimes you won't be able to restart your device in the way described above. When I had HTC One X (which has a non-removable battery) I had this problem. The phone simply froze and I couldn't do a thing. The screen was black so I didn't know if the device was working or not. I couldn't remove the battery to restart it.
There is just one thing you can do in such a case. You have to hold the power button for some 9-10 seconds and it will make the phone restart. This type of reboot always works unless your battery is flat. Done!
You can also make the process of rebooting your phone a lot easier if you use a special app for it. There are really lots of reboot apps in the Google Play. I use Fast Reboot app (see the screenshot below).
To make reboot even quicker and more flawless, you can add an icon to desktop and rebooting your Android phone will be a one-click action. Done!