Poco M3 won’t turn on after updating: solution

Poco M3

The Little M3 it has become one of the great protagonists of the most economical range. You just have to take a look at our analysis to make it clear that your purchase is a sure hit. Although, after the last update you are still having problems with this Xiaomi phone.

And it is that, following the steps of the problems that caused an update to the Xiaomi Mi A3, now it is the Poco M3 which is suffering serious problems after an update. Mainly because thousands of users report that their phone no longer turns on.

As we told you, it is not the first time that problems appear on Xiaomi devices after an update. And this time it was the turn of this entry range. But, Can you fix the bug that causes the Poco M3 not to turn on after the update? Fortunately, the answer is yes.

Models affected by the Poco M3 update problem

Before continuing, it should be noted that not all models have been affected by this problem, so we leave you a list of the versions of the Poco M3 that do not turn on after the last update:

  • V12.0.5.0.QJFRUXM
  • V12.0.6.0.QJFMIXM
  • V12.0.8.0.QJFEUXM

As a curiosity, to say that the Redmi 9T NFC has the same problem in the following versions:

  • V12.0.4.0.QJQIDXM
  • V12.0.7.0.QJQMIXM
  • V12.0.7.0.QJQEUXM

Luckily the process for fix the problem of the Poco M3 does not turn on after the last update It is exactly the same as solving this failure in the Redmi 9T NFC.

Say that the failure occurs just after updating the Poco M3 via OTA. Many users have noticed that after the corresponding restart the phone turns off and cannot be turned on again.

Luckily the solution to this problem with Poco M3 is very simple. All you have to do is manually reboot the phone. To do this, you just have to press and hold the phone’s power button for about 15 seconds to start the whole process.

As you may have seen, the solution to this fault is very simple, So do not hesitate to try this little trick that will surely also help you if you suffer the same problem on the Redmi 9T NFC.

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