Have you ever got the notification light keeps blinking without anything showing on display? Or your Android phone battery is draining very fast. If so, you are facing an Android black screen of death. Keep reading, you can find the answer to why and how about this problem.
As a follower of Android phones, I like its user-friendly operating system, convenient bottom navigation bar, and top control panel design. However, I am also troubled by some Android problems, such as the black screen of death, the Android phone won’t turn on, and the failure to connect to WiFi.
Recently, my phone’s notification light keeps blinking but I can’t see anything shown on my Android phone’s screen, and my Android black screen keeps going black until the battery completely dies. After consulting the relevant information, I learned that this is an Android phone black screen problem. If your Android phone has the following symptoms, it can be concluded that you have encountered this issue too:
There are many reasons for the black screen of death on Android phones. The following are some of the more frequent reasons:
Sometimes, your phone just encounters a system problem, or because some applications are stuck, the phone cannot be used normally, or even get a black screen. There are a few things you can try to get your Android phone screen working again.
Make sure the buttons and port on the device are not stuck.
This method is recommended to try on the premise that you have sufficient free time: wait until your Android phone battery is completely drained and automatically shuts down. Then recharge the phone. When the battery is fully charged, try to restart the phone. This method may solve the black screen of the phone caused by a serious system error.
If your phone’s battery is detachable and not integrated with the phone’s body, then please try this method:
For most Android phone system problems, the easiest way is to force restart the phone to fix it.
For Samsung Galaxy s20/s10/s9:
For Samsung Galaxy s8/s7:
For Other Android Phones:
Power off the phone and then press and hold the Power + Volume Down key until you see the Android logo.
Ensure your device has a sufficient amount of battery power, if you try to reboot your phone with a critical amount of charge it may not turn on after the reboot.
This method will restore the phone to factory settings, which deletes all your data and settings on your device. Please sure you have a backup of your device before you start this process.
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