There is a great new camera on the Samsung Galaxy S20 or Galaxy S20+ Plus, and some users have reported that their smartphone’s camera has failed. According to reports, the Galaxy S20’s main sensor displays an unexpected message after several days of normal usage. It reads ” Warning” and then the Samsung Galaxy S20 camera ceases working. It doesn’t matter if you reboot the device or return it to factory settings.
We will show you several ways to fix the Samsung Galaxy S20+ Plus Camera Failure Problem.
How To Fix Samsung Galaxy S20 Camera Failure:
- Restart your Samsung Galaxy S20 to fix the camera failed issue. Hold down the “Power”, and “Home” buttons at the same moment for 7 seconds. The phone will turn off and vibrate.
- Go to Settings and open the Application manager. Then, go to Camera app. Clear cache, data and force stop.
- The next step is to delete the cache partition. It could fix the camera fail problem on Samsung Galaxy S20. After powering off the phone, hold down the Power, Volume Up, and Home buttons simultaneously. Wait for the Android system Recovery screen to appear by releasing all buttons. Highlight the Cache partition by pressing the Volume down key, and then press the Power button to select this option.
You can try the steps above to determine if the Samsung Galaxy S20/S20+ Plus camera failure problem persists. If this happens, you should contact Samsung or the retailer to request a replacement. The camera may be damaged or not working.