In some circumstances, the Samsung Galaxy A70’s display screen remains black. This issue can arise in a variety of cases. It frequently occurs when the Samsung Galaxy A70 has been dropped. The a70 black screen may remain black after starting, closing, or sleeping.
In any event, don’t worry; there are various ways to fix your Samsung Galaxy A70’s black screen. It will be necessary to check several things before attempting multiple approaches. First, we’ll figure out what to look for when the Samsung Galaxy A70’s screen remains dark. We’ll learn all the techniques to unlock this obnoxious black display panel a second time.
How to Fix the Black Screen of Death on the Samsung Galaxy A70
You may encounter one problem with your phone when the display stops working and becomes entirely black. It is known as the “Black Screen of Death” problem. If this problem happens on your smartphone, you may or may not receive notifications, calls, or text messages.
What is the best way to resolve the a70 black screen this problem?
In the event of a black screen:
- Hold down both the Volume and the power buttons simultaneously.
- It’s usual for your device to snap a screenshot. It’ll turn dark.
- At the Samsung boot screen, let go of the controls.
- Your gadget should now boot up and show that it is operational.
In Safe Mode, turn on the phone.
It’s possible that the app you downloaded from the Google Play Store is to blame for this problem. It can occur if the software contains problems or is incompatible with your device. Only the pre-installed apps can run in Safe Mode, so you’ll have to start the phone in that mode to see if that’s the case.
- Turn off the gadget.
- Past the screen with the device name, press and hold the Power key.
- Release the Power key when the word ‘SAMSUNG’ appears on the screen.
- Press and hold the Volume down key immediately after releasing the Power key.
- Hold the Volume down key down until the device restarts completely.
- In the lower-left corner of the screen, a safe mode icon will appear.
- When you see ‘Safe Mode,’ release the Volume down key.
If the problem does not appear in this mode, it is most likely due to a downloaded app. Figure out what app this is and remove it.
It will take some trial and error to find the right app. Uninstall the most recent app you downloaded and see if the problem persists. Rep this process until the problem is no longer present. The culprit is most likely the last software you uninstalled.
Reset the device to factory settings.
A factory reset from recovery mode is one last troubleshooting option to consider. It will restore your phone to its original factory settings. It’s worth noting that your phone’s data will be erased as part of the procedure.
- Turn the phone off.
- Hold down the Volume Up and Home keys while pressing and holding the Power key.
- Release only the Power key when the device logo screen appears.
- Release all keys when the Android logo appears (‘Installing system update’ will appear for roughly 30–60 seconds before the Android system recovery menu options appear).
- To highlight ‘wipe data/factory reset,’ press the Volume down key several times.
- To select, press the Power button.
- ‘Yes — erase all user data will be underlined when you press the Volume down key.
- To select and begin the master reset, press the Power button.
- ‘Reboot system now is highlighted when the master reset is completed.
- To restart the device, press the Power key.
- Check if the problem persists without any apps installed on the phone.
If the preceding methods don’t work, you’ll need to take the phone to a service center to have it looked at because a faulty hardware component most likely causes the problem.
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