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How to Fix Samsung Galaxy S20 Black Screen of Death issue

Annoying by suddenly Samsung S20, S20+, or S20 Ultra black screen issue? Here are the possible solutions to fix Samsung S20 black screen of death or screen not working problem. Most of the time this issue occurs when playing games continuously for long time or hardware damage if dropping your phone. Also, check for screen crack after dropping the phone. check out below given possible solutions.

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5 Ways to Fix Galaxy S20 Black Screen of Death Issue

How to Fix Samsung Galaxy S20 Black Screen of Death issue

Restart your phone

Long press the power button and tap the Restart icon to reboot your phone. Sometimes it will fix the small bugs and improve your phone performance also.

Wait until discharge your phone and charge it

Wait until completely drain the battery. Now, charge your phone until 50-60 minutes using your phone original charger only. Unplug your phone and restart it to check to fix the issue.

Check for Hardware Issue

Check your phone screen cracked if hitting or dropping your phone. Rare of the case this hardware damage issue occurs. You need to replace the screen if the screen cracked or physically damaged.

Wipe Cache on Samsung S20/S20+/S20 Ultra

This Clear cache or wipe cache partition will use when your phone frozen, screen not responding, won’t turn on, slow down your phone, black screen, etc. This wipe cache will remove unnecessary files, logs, and other junk files. Wiping the cache will not remove your phone apps data or your phone data.

Step 1: Swipe down the notification panel and tap the Power button.

Step 2: Tap Power off. Tap again Power off to switch off your phone.

Step 3: Press & hold the power key and volume up key at the same time until seeing the recovery menu.

Step 4: Press the volume down button until highlight the Wipe cache partition.

Step 5: Press the power button.

Step 6: Press the volume down button to select Yes.

Step 7: Press the power key.

Wait until see wipe all data message on the bottom left corner of the screen.

Step 8: Press the power button.

Wait until starting your phone and check to fix the issue.

Factory Reset Using Recovery Mode If Samsung 20 Won’t Turn On

It will remove all your phone data, make sure backup & restore your important data to other devices or PC before performing the below steps.

Step 1: Swipe down the notification panel and tap the Power button.

Step 2: Tap Power off. Tap again Power off to turn off your phone.

Step 3: Press & hold the power key and volume up key at the same time until seeing the recovery menu.

Step 4: Press the volume down until the wipe data/factory reset option select.

Step 5: Press the power button.

This message appears: Wipe all user data? This cannot be undone.

Step 6: Press the volume down switch to highlight the Factory data reset.

Step 7: Press the power button.

Step 8: Press the power button to reboot your system now.

Now, wait until restart your phone.

Factory Reset S20/S20+/S20 ultra if phone turned on

Step 1: Go to Settings.

Step 2: Scroll down and tap General Management.

Step 3: Tap Reset.

Step 4: Tap Factory data reset.

Step 5: Scroll down and tap the Reset button.

Step 6: Tap Erase all data.

And that’s all. We hope one of the above-given methods fixes your S20 black screen issue. Do you have any alternative methods you tried and successful worked? Share it with us in below comment box.

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