Mobile Damaged Screen

5 Ways to Handle a Mobile Damaged Screen

Smartphones are indeed the most devices we have encountered today, even today everyone has them. The reason is, most of the smartphone users must use a cell phone with a modern operating system like Android and iOS. This is probably due to the ease of operating modern smartphones today, and the availability of a variety of cellphones of the highest quality and low prices.


almost all smartphones that we use today use a touchscreen. Although most of the user is already familiar with using a touchscreen smartphone, that does not mean the problem is solved because the more sophisticated smartphone technology today certainly does not rule out the possibility of getting more easily experienced problems. One of them is the problem of the touchscreen or the front screen of our mobile phone.


Touchscreen problems may not be experienced every day, there are some problems that arise on the touch screen of the cell phone that you use such as freeze, not responsive, or some area is not respond, do not panic, because there are still many solutions that you can do to solve the problem on the screen of your mobile phone.



Here are 5 ways to solve problems on your mobile screen



First, check your phone screen, if your phone screen is damaged, cracked, broken, etc., if you experience such of damaged, then you should take it to Phone Repair Sydney, which will help deal with damage to your phone screen.


But if you do not experience damage to the screen of your cell phone as we mentioned above, then you should do the 5 steps that we recommend to you below.



1. Restart your mobile device
Maybe when your smartphone is used frequently, and you don’t close / delete the apps you open, then the cell phone can freeze or stagnate when you use it again, and the first step please restart your smartphone first, and check if the phone back to normal.



2. Check the use of RAM on your smartphone
Not necessarily what caused the problem was the hardware. check RAM usage on your phone. If your touch screen isn’t responsive, maybe the interface you use is lagging. Because Smartphone is one platform that takes up enough space on RAM.



When you check the applications and the applications using nearly fill up space in RAM, then immediately delete applications that are not used. Because this is the touchscreen of your smartphone you can look problematic, even though only the interface is lagging.


3. Check if there are applications that have problems
According to many experiences that are often experienced by many people, the applications that we use often cause a lot of problems, and try to see all the applications you use, whether they cause problems on the cell phone you are using. The problem might be caused by the application that you downloaded. To find out if the application you downloaded caused a problem, try rebooting the device in safe mode.



4. Check the Force GPU reading section
One reason the screen has interference is that of a bad transition sector. So, use Force GPU reading to lighten the elements on the screen. To activate this feature there are two ways:
First, Settings -> Developer Options -> Force GPU reading.

Second, if there is no menu options developer, you only need to go to Settings -> About phone -> Developer Options.



5. Replace the Screen
How to repair a smartphone touchscreen, the last method is to replace the touchscreen. There many possibilities our cell phone screen is broken because it did fall until a broken or severe crack on the screen. If you have this issue, the best way is to buy a new screen especially if it has damaged the LCD or the inside. However, if only the outer glass without LCD is damaged you can still breathe a sigh of relief, at least not having to spend so much money to replace it with a new one.


But you need to pay attention to when you are experiencing an error or freeze on the screen of your phone and cannot handle it by yourself, then you can contact us, Vones Phone Repair Sydney, we will help you to deal with any damage on your smartphone.

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