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Phone Xperia Z2, experiencing weird issues.

Hi all, had my Xperia since May and its been great until recently its started acting weird and not turning on the display when I hit the power button or taking a long time to turn the screen on, has anyone else experienced anything like this?

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Hi all, had my Xperia since May and its been great until recently its started acting weird and not turning on the display when I hit the power button or taking a long time to turn the screen on, has anyone else experienced anything like this?

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im unsure what can cause this but there are some posibilities

here is a list:
malicious apps
advertising apps
badly designed apps

try removing some apps that have been recently installed, if the problem persists then repair your device using support zone found within Sony PC Companion


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Finally someone with the same problem, i bought my Z2 last week and i am feeling that the mobile takes long to start up (like 10 seconds) like pressing the button to vibrate, after vibrate is quick, with or without extra apps, its weird, anyone else feeling these?
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