Samsung Galaxy S20 Touch Screen Problems seems to be a common problem among those who have the new Samsung phone. Some of the issues with the Galaxy S20+ Plus include touch screen not responding, part of the touch screen that doesn’t work and touch screen that isn’t responsive. Below are some possible solutions for your Galaxy S20 touch screen issues.
The Samsung Galaxy S20’s touchscreen is not always responsive towards its bottom. Users will have to drag the controls and apps on the further end of the phone towards the middle to continue using the phone.
Galaxy S20 Touch Screen Not Working:
- Sometimes, the Galaxy S20 touchscreen gets damaged in shipping. The result is that the touch screen doesn’t function properly.
- Sometimes software bugs are the cause of touch screen problems. Samsung releases software updates every few days to fix these issues. Sometimes it takes a while.
There are several ways to fix the Galaxy S20 touch screen that isn’t working
Complete factory reset
Select the notification section on the Galaxy S20. Click the gear icon to bring you Settings. Choose Backup and Reset .
You will need to back up all important data. Next, click Reset device. Select to delete all. Wait until the process is complete.
Clear phone cache
The cache can be deleted as a solution. You can delete cache partitions by holding down the volume key until you see the Samsung logo. Answer yes.
- Turn the Galaxy S20+ Plus and Galaxy S20 off
- When the Android logo appears on the screen, press and hold the Volume up, Power and Home buttons simultaneously. The phone will vibrate.
- Now release the Power button, and hold on to the other buttons.
- Scroll down with the volume buttons and highlight the Wipe cache Partition
- The Power button is pressed
- Scroll down to “Yes” and then click the Power button
- Scroll to Reboot System Now. Press Power
- With a cleared cache, your Galaxy S20 will restart.
Do a hard reset
It is important to remember that the Samsung Galaxy S20 hard reset will remove all data, settings, and apps. Backup your Galaxy S20 to avoid data loss. You can back up data on the Galaxy S20 by going to settings > Backup and reset.
- Turn off Galaxy S20
- Hold down the Power button and Volume Up buttons simultaneously.
- Select “wipe data/factory reset” from the Recovery Mode menu. Use Volume buttons for navigation and Power button for confirmation.
- To confirm the operation, click “Yes — Delete all User Data”
- Next, select “Reboot system now”.
Removing the Sim card
Turn off the Samsung Galaxy S20 or Galaxy S20+ Plus smartphones. Take out the SIM Card and then insert your SIM Card. Next, turn on your Galaxy S20 and check if the problem is fixed.