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How To Reset Power Bank

If you find that your power bank isn’t charging your devices or is not working at all, don’t worry – it’s probably just a minor issue that can be fixed easily by resetting the whole device. Just pick up a USB cable, then put one end to the USB port and the other end to the charging port of your power bank, wait for 10-15 seconds, and be done.

These methods of reset work for any brands of power banks including Samsung, Xiao Mi, Anker, Romoss, Cygnett, RavPower, Imuto, Iniu, and Belkin.

Point to be noted that this reset method can only come in beneficial to you if your power bank contains internal problems, not external issues, in order to solve hardware issues you can contact your manufacturer.

In this article, we will teach you in detail how to reset your power bank. Keep reading for more information.

Reset Power Bank Using USB Cable

The first way to reset your power bank is to use the USB cable that was included with the power bank. This is a very common way to reset electronics, and it’s pretty easy to do and work for every brand of power bank, especially for Anker users.

Step 1: Pick up a USB Cable

Step 2: Turn on your power bank

Step 3: Now put one end of the cable into the USB port on your power bank, then connect the other end to the charging port.

Step 4: The process will take about 12 seconds (time varies in case of brands)

Step 5: The reset process is complete

Restart your power bank and check whether it’s properly working or not. If this method is not working for you then let’s move to second method.

Reset Power Bank Using Power Button

If the first method is not working for you, don’t worry. There are other ways to reset your power bank. This process is also very common and it works for every brand of power bank.

  1. Locate the “Power button” of your Power Bank
  2. Press and hold the ‘Power’ button for 10 seconds (It varies from brand to brand)
  3. Reset has been done and your power bank will restart

If you wanna check that the power bank is working properly then I would suggest you charge it fully.

The power bank will take around 4 to 8 hours of time to charge fully though it varies from brand to brand such as Samsung power users can enjoy their power bank after 5 hours of charge whereas another side Anker power bank users need to wait 2 hours more to run their power bank properly.

Since the power bank has a LED indicator so you can wait until the LED turns solid green.

How to keep Your power bank safe and secure?

Power bank can be damaged for various reasons and to avoid those pesky issues we are sharing with you some tips and tricks which will help you to maintain your power bank healthy and running for a long period of time:

  • Avoid connecting your phone to the power bank while it is being recharged.
  • Don’t charge the incompatible device with your power bank
  • Use only the USB cable supplied with your power bank. Third-party or inexpensive cables should be avoided at all costs. It will not charge properly if you use an incompatible charging cable to charge your device.
  • When your phone’s battery is nearly exhausted, charge it while the power bank is still charged.
  • Protect your power bank from direct heat.
  • It’s not a best practice to drain out the power banks battery entirely. Batteries with lithium-ion chemistry have an automated self-protection feature. As a result, they can be harmed if not charged enough and will also decrease the battery life of your mobile devices.
  • Make sure to clean your power banks ports regularly
  • Don’t put heavy things on top of your power bank
  • Overcharge your power bank can cause an internal issue so be careful while charging

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