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The touch of my Google Nexus 7 no longer works



The touch of my Google Nexus 7 no longer works


Sometimes the touch screen of your Google Nexus 7 stops working. And yes, if you have dropped it, if the touch screen has been broken, it is possible that the Google Nexus 7 touch screen will stop working. However, without the touch of your laptop, it is very difficult to do anything. That is why we decided to make this little tutorial to repair the touch screen of your Google Nexus 7. We will first discover what are the different tips to repair the touch screen of your Google Nexus 7. We will discover in a second time what you can do if our solutions don’t work.

How do I fix the touch screen on my Google Nexus 7 if it stops working?

Make sure the Google Nexus 7 screen is clean

One of the first things to do when the touch screen on your Google Nexus 7 stops working is to check that the screen is clean. And yes, it is common for a simple mess or stain to cause a laptop touch malfunction. for what it will take clean the screen your Google Nexus 7 before trying to use touch. Assuming it still doesn’t work, you can move on to the next step.

Force restart Google Nexus 7

When the touch no longer works, sometimes the solution is restart the Google Nexus 7. However, without the touch screen, it is not necessarily easy to restart the phone. That is why it is recommended to perform a forced restart. To do this, press and hold the POWER key and the Volume down key for seven seconds.

Remove the SD card from your Google Nexus 7

Assuming your screen isn’t damaged, it’s common for an app to cause a problem. And yes, it can happen that an application conflicts with a function of your Google Nexus 7 and sometimes causes the touch screen to malfunction. so if you remove sd card from google nexus 7 , you will be able to see if it is an application that is causing the annoyance. Assuming this is not the case, you can move on to the next step.

Remove the protective film if you have a

Worn or incorrectly attached protective film may cause touch operation failure. To make sure the hassle doesn’t end there, we recommend that you remove the screen protector.

What if the touch of your Google Nexus 7 is still not working?

Reset Google Nexus 7

Assuming you have gone through all of the steps above and your Google Nexus 7 touch is still not working, we recommend that you Restart your Google Nexus 7. In fact, it often happens that a restart of the laptop makes the touchpad work again. Assuming you don’t know how to reset your laptop, you can read our article: How to reset your Google Nexus 7.

Use the after-sales service of the brand

If there is still nothing to do, the problem probably comes from the material. If this is the case, we recommend that you run the warranty if possible. If this is not the case, you can take your Google Nexus 7 to a specialized store or use the brand’s after-sales service.