Wii stuck updating do not turn power off
Sometimes, the physical components (called hardware) of your i Phone can simply stop working.
When this happens, getting your i Phone replaced or fixed is a good option.
You have to press and hold it for a few seconds to start the turn-off process.
Once you hold the button for a few seconds and let go, the screen will change.
Whatever the case, this handy guide will walk you through how to fix an i Phone that won’t turn off.
By the end, you’ll know how to work around an unresponsive i Phone screen, how to turn off your i Phone if the power button won’t work, and repair options if you need professional help. To turn off your i Phone, you hold down the Sleep / Wake button (what most people refer to as the power button).
Fortunately, you turn off your i Phone using just your software that’s built into Settings app.
Assistive Touch is a feature that allows you to control your i Phone entirely from the screen.
It’s the first option at the top of the page under Settings.
Just remember that you won’t get any incoming calls or messages or be able to make outbound ones with your i Phone in Airplane Mode.
You have to turn Airplane Mode off again to be able to send or receive calls or messages.
In this article, I’ll explain why your i Phone won’t turn off and how to fix the powering off problem for good.
Usually, your i Phone won’t turn off because there is either a problem with the software on your i Phone or the screen or power button isn’t working correctly.
Nintendo no longer offers factory repairs for the Wii console (models RVL-001 and RVL-101, serial numbers begin with "LU" or "KU").