The screen of my Samsung Galaxy A8+ does not turn on anymore
Sometimes you want to use your Samsung Galaxy A8+ and the screen does not turn on. When this happens, it is very annoying because without a screen, the Samsung Galaxy A8+ becomes unusable. Therefore, this is the type of problem that needs to be solved relatively quickly. But don’t worry, the fact that the screen of the Samsung Galaxy A8+ 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 post. We will first see what you need to check if the screen of your Samsung Galaxy A8+ no longer works. We will see secondly what may be the reasons for this malfunction.
What to do if the screen of your Samsung Galaxy A8+ does not turn on
Below are the steps that we recommend you follow to repair the screen of your Samsung Galaxy A8+.
Make sure your Samsung Galaxy A8+ is fully charged
Yes, we know it’s stupid, but it’s usually the source of the problem. We recommend that you check that your Samsung Galaxy A8+ is properly charged. In fact, it regularly happens that a mobile suddenly downloads, without them seeing it coming. So even if you are convinced that your Samsung Galaxy A8+ was charged before the screen turned off, you still need to charge it. If the screen still doesn’t work, go to the next step.
Do a force restart of the Samsung Galaxy A8+
Your Samsung Galaxy A8+ will need to be rebooted regularly for the screen to work. To be able to perform a forced restart, you must perform one of the following 2 maneuvers:
- stay a long time press the power button .
- Hold down the button Energy and the button Low volume for 7 seconds.
When all is well, your Samsung Galaxy A8+ will reboot. In fact, you will be able to see if the screen resumes or not. If not, go to the next step.
Make sure the Samsung Galaxy A8+ screen does not turn on
It is essential to know if the Samsung Galaxy A8+ screen no longer works. In fact, it is also possible that the problem comes from the other side. To check if the screen is not working properly, we invite you to restart your Samsung Galaxy A8 + again. When it starts, you should feel it. a vibration, hear a noise or the led Samsung Galaxy A8+ should turn on. Assuming that you observe one of these 3 situations, it proves that the Samsung Galaxy A8 + is well booted and it is the screen that is not working. Assuming you don’t see either of these situations, this indicates that the problem isn’t necessarily coming from the screen.
Replace the screen of the Samsung Galaxy A8+
Assuming that the previous step allowed you to validate that the Samsung Galaxy A8+ screen is not working properly, it indicates that it is a hardware malfunction. If so, it will unfortunately be necessary to replace the screen of the Samsung Galaxy A8+. 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 A8+
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 A8+ catch water or moisture?
This is usually the cause of a screen that is not working properly. In the event that the Samsung Galaxy A8+ has fallen into water or in the event that you have recently been in a very humid environment, the problem may be small. In this situation, it is possible to try warm up a bit your Samsung Galaxy A8+ with a hair dryer and press hard on the top of the screen. This sometimes allows the screen to be repaired.
Has the Samsung Galaxy A8+ fallen?
In the event that your Samsung Galaxy A8+ has recently been damaged, or if the screen is cracked, it is likely that the problem comes from there. Then we recommend that you go to the store to replace the screen.
Are there other signs?
Assuming your Samsung Galaxy A8+ has been doing weird things lately, that may have been a sign of an OS issue. Indeed, if your Samsung Galaxy A8 + turns off by itself, whether it restarts itself or does other strange things, it is because there is a small problem with the operating system. If so, we recommend you do a Factory Reset of the Samsung Galaxy A8+.