Touch screen is one important part in an android device because without this Touch screen your smartphone phone is good as dead.
Many problem about Touch screen has arise – Some fell into water while some gives error like touch screen has stopped working or touch screen responding incorrectly, lags, freeze or hanging. In this tutorial you will see a simple fix for the problem.
Top 6 Quick Ways To Fix Android Unresponsive Touchscreen Issues
Fixes For Touchscreen With Physical Damage
This step is to be applied if your android device fell inside water or dropped on from a high distance. Maybe has a physical damage. You can follow the below tutorial to fix.
STEP 1: Test The Touchscreen
Simply dial the codes, to open the device’s diagnostic mode. Once you enter into diagnostic mode, you can test the touchscreen for bugs and dead zones.
- For Samsung phones the code is *#7353#.
- For HTC phones the code is *#*#3424#*#*.
- For Sony Xperia smartphone the code is *#*#SERVICE#*#* or *#*#7378423#*#*.
STEP 2: Knock The Touch Screen
If your device has fallen or dropped or smacked, then the main cause for touch screen not working problem could be due to lose digitizer cable.
If this is the case, then you can fix the issue by gently knocking on every corner of the touchscreen for several times. This method has solved the problem for many users.
STEP 3: Replace The Touchscreen
If the above procedures fails to work then you must have to take it to Mobile Technician For Replacement but we Recommend you visit Carl Care Center for physical fix
For Unresponsive Touchscreen without Any Reason
STEP 1: Factory Reset
If the touch screen totally unresponsive, then it’s time to factory reset your device into Recovery Mode. Though, this will erase all data stored in your Android device, hence, you must apply this solution as a last resort and if possible
STEP 2: Soft Reset
A soft reset may do the job for you. Simply Turn OFF the Android phone and tablet completely. To restart device with touch screen not working:
- Press and Hold Power button until your screen goes black.
- After 1 or 2 minute, press and hold the power button to switch ON the device again.
STEP 3: Boot Your Device into Safe Mode
To enter safe mode, just press and hold the power button, just like you would when turning off the device. Once the power off icon pops up on your screen, tap and hold it for a second or two, select OK, and just wait for the device to reboot. That’s it.
If your device touchscreen works properly after you enter into Safe Mode, then it is confirmed that recently third party app is culprit. Once you locate the troublesome app, uninstall it and confirm that problem is solved.
STEP 4: Remove Memory Card, SIM and Battery
Sometimes, the fault could be in memory card or SIM card, hence remove the SD card and SIM card from the device. So is better you try the above fix, Only if no physical damage.
STEP 5: Use Original Charger
Sometimes your charger can also be faulty therefore causing the touch screen to be unresponsive. You are advice to use an original mobile charger as well.