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My Samsung Galaxy Tab A screen no longer turns on



My Samsung Galaxy Tab A screen no longer turns on


Sometimes you want to use your Samsung Galaxy Tab A and the screen does not turn on. When that happens, it’s really annoying because without a screen, the Samsung Galaxy Tab A cannot be used. This is the kind of concern that needs to be resolved fairly quickly. But don’t worry, the fact that the screen of the Samsung Galaxy Tab A no longer works does not necessarily mean that it needs to be replaced. So to help you see it clearly and fix your screen, we have chosen to write this guide. We will first find out what you need to check if your Samsung Galaxy Tab A screen no longer works. Later we will find out what may be the reasons for this problem.

What to do if the screen of your Samsung Galaxy Tab A does not turn on

These are the steps that we recommend you follow to repair the screen of your Samsung Galaxy Tab A.

Make sure your Samsung Galaxy Tab A is fully charged

Yeah, that all sounds pretty bad to me. Looks like BT isn’t for me either. We recommend that you check that your Samsung Galaxy Tab A is properly charged. In fact, it regularly happens that a cell phone suddenly discharges, without them seeing it coming. So even if you are sure that your Samsung Galaxy Tab A was charged before the screen turned off, you should start charging it. If the screen still doesn’t work, go to the next step.

Do a force restart of the Samsung Galaxy Tab A

Your Samsung Galaxy Tab A will need to be rebooted regularly for the screen to work. If you want to perform a forced restart, you must perform one of the following 2 maneuvers:

When it’s ok, your Samsung Galaxy Tab A will reboot. So you can see if the screen works again or not. If not, go to the next step.

Make sure the Samsung Galaxy Tab A screen does not turn on

It is essential to know if the screen of the Samsung Galaxy Tab A no longer works. Of course, it is also possible that the concern comes from the other side. To check if the screen is not working properly, you will be prompted again to restart your Samsung Galaxy Tab A. If it ever starts up, you should feel a vibration, hear a noise or the led of the Samsung Galaxy Tab A should turn on. If you notice any of these 3 situations, it proves that the Samsung Galaxy Tab A starts up properly and the screen does not work. If you do not see any of these situations, it means that the problem does not necessarily come from the screen.

Change the screen of the Samsung Galaxy Tab A

If the previous step allowed you to confirm that the screen of the Samsung Galaxy Tab A is not working properly, it means that it is a hardware problem. In this case, it will be necessary to change the screen of the Samsung Galaxy Tab A. For this, we recommend that you go to a specialized store.

What could be the reasons why a screen no longer turns on on a Samsung Galaxy Tab A?

There can be a number of reasons that can cause a screen to no longer turn on. Different possibilities are shown below.

Did the Samsung Galaxy Tab A take on water or moisture?

This is usually the cause of a screen that is not working properly. If the Samsung Galaxy Tab A has been dropped in water or you have been in a very humid environment lately, there is no need to worry. If so, you should try warm up a bit your Samsung Galaxy Tab A with a hair dryer and press hard on the top of the screen. This sometimes repairs the screen.

Has the Samsung Galaxy Tab A been dropped?

If your Samsung Galaxy Tab A has recently been dropped, or if the screen is cracked, the problem may come from there. We recommend that you go to the store to have the screen replaced.

Were there other signs?

If your Samsung Galaxy Tab A has been doing weird things lately, that might be a sign of a problem with the operating system. Without a doubt, if your Samsung Galaxy Tab A turns itself off, restarts itself, or does some other strange thing, it is probably a problem with the operating system. In this case, we recommend that you do a Factory Reset of the Samsung Galaxy Tab A.