Originally, phone had no power, response, or anything to show it was on. Unless it's rooted of course. Samsung is one of the most popular Smartphone brands in the world, with millions of orders each time a new flagship is released, Samsung has arguably stolen the hearts of consumers and become the best brand all over the market. I thought i needed a screen replacement and tried one more last thing. So, remove the card for some time and see if it makes any difference, or read this post to Method 5 There is a chance that an app is causing this Galaxy S5 screen problem. If not, just leave the phone be for, at least, ten minutes. Remove the battery again and using something like a telephone directory that can absorb impact you give a descent but moderate blow on the side to the power button repeatedly, you can also use your palm-be careful though as if you use too much force it can damage your device and renumber you are responsible for your device and I will not be held responsible if you damage it,so only attempt at your own risk or if you are comfortable with what i am saying sounds strange but it can work in some cases.
It is possible that the phone received a hit during the day that led to this problem but other people who have had this problem have not had it because of any hit or drop and I am therefore not 100% sure that any hit it may have received during the day caused this problem or if it is software related. Keep pressing it till the device completes rebooting. I have got like a black screen on it and everytime i push on the power button the screen flashes white and green then it just gets black again but the phone works i could hear the sounds and get message but the screen is just all black. I tried again with power button and volume down it showed some message continue volume up or down to cancel w. I then measured the + and - leads on the phone and saw that it was still registering 1V with the battery out.
Hold power button for a minute to drain any left over battery. Phone still turns on has sound vibrates and lights work at bottom by home button work however still no screen. Here is how I got my phone to work, and I could not have done it without your site. Starting to work normally then doing all sorts of strange colors and flipping like crazy. You can remove the back panel by pulling on the indentation near the power button.
Also, aside from plugging the device into the computer, you will need to plug it directly into the wall. It's not that hard though. I swear I was about to go online to look for where to buy a screw driver in order to try method 2, but it seems my problem is fixed. The logo appears, goes away and then nothing. I can hear it boot up and all the other button where still working but i just could not see anything on the screen.
After watching a youtube video of someone opening one up, which I was considering doing, I noted that the connector was positioned so that if you smack the phone so the screen hits your flat open hand, the connector might click connected again. Can't wait for my upgrade in June to go back to iPhone! I've had my S4 back up and running now for a few months. I just tapped the power button on my finger 4-5 times and it turned on. But the thing is it wont come alive. Lastly, I tapped the side of the phone where the power button is at onto the desktop a few times at kind of an angle not flat with the countertop , and avoiding the power button itself—and it worked!!!! It was working perfectly fine when i left work. I checked while doing this so. However your problem is the backlight of your phone.
I have tried steps 1-4 so does that mean I have to take my phone to a technician now? Whenever your phone turns off and refuses to turn on for no just reason, try this. Just when I press Home button or Power button them 2 touch buttons on bottom will start flashing and nothing else will happend. I considered the hair dryer, but after doing a little research determined that the hair dryer just didn't have what it takes to get the job done. Any help would be greatly appreciated! Not even the led light. We have tried taking battery out and pressing power button for 1 minute and then for 2 minutes. The first time using the oven method, and the second time using a heat gun. If nothing shows up the screen make sure your battery if loaded.
And in addition I can open the phone normally and hear its voices but the screen is black or flashes greens and turns off. Keep me updated on the progress. Samsung is a Korean company, by the way. While you continue holding the Volume Up and Home button, the Android System Recovery screen should appear. However, there's hope that the phone's problems are software related instead of hardware related.
When I pull the battery and put it back in or otherwise restart the phone again, it works fine until it goes to sleep. I had the problem where my screen when fuzzy or static after a drop. If you need the written version you can. Some users seemingly had the issue appear randomly and without warning while others may have dropped their device. How can you access and back up Android files from the locked Samsung device? When I put the battery back in it wouldn't come back on. So, highlight the factory reset option and confirm it using the power button. I'd get the flashing blue light when trying to power it back on, but that was it.
Most other phones just tell you that it micro sd needs to be formatted. It has been 3 days since then, and I haven't been able to turn it on. It turns on fine and boots completely fine, the sound is fine and all of the buttons work, however the screen does one of two things. This procedure sounded weird to me, but I was desperate to try anything. . Press and hold down the Volume Up, Home and Power buttons together iii. Even though the Samsung phone buttons light up like normal, but the screen remains black and nothing is shown up.