Hold down the power button Press and hold down the power button (on the right side, top of the phone) to turn on the power. Dead battery 1. There is a chance that your battery needs to be recharged. Try plugging in the phone to your charger and give it a few minutes before holding down the power button. If the phone fails to turn on, it is likely that that battery no longer works and needs to be replaced. To replace the battery you need to find a compatible Kyocera battery, remove the phones backing, and remove the old battery. To remove the old battery you will lift up on the white tab labeled “pull” that is placed on the bottom of the battery. If this step also fails it is possible that the charger may be faulty and needs to be replaced as well.
Soft Refresh This resets your phone without resetting any of your data. First, hold the power button. Then, tap “ok” to turn off the phone. Next, remove the battery from the phone for about 30 seconds. Finally, pop the battery back in and turn the phone on. Clearing Application Cache Clearing the Cache deletes unnecessary temporary data files that take up valuable space on your device. These temporary data files may cause performance issues if they take up too much space. Go to settings on your phone. Next tap the “Apps” section, then “All.” They, tap the desired app, and tap “clear cache.” Repeat this for all apps, especially the ones that may take up more memory. Low Storage Most phones eventually run out of storage which causes many issues. Uninstall any unused apps, don’t worry, you can reinstall them later if needed. Next move any applications to the SD card, provided you have one. First go to “settings”, then tap on the “Apps” section. Tap on the desired app, and select “Move to SD card.”