Some reports claim that the Samsung Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ Plus will display a black screen once you turn on the phone. The problem with the Galaxy S20 is that while the buttons on the phone light up as normal, the screen is black and shows no sign of life. The Galaxy S20 screen doesn’t turn on randomly for different people. However, the most common problem is that it fails to wake up. There are many ways to resolve the Galaxy S20 blank screen problem. Follow the steps below to find out how to fix the Galaxy S20 dark screen.
Recover Mode and Wipe Cache Partition
These steps will put the Samsung Galaxy S20 in Recovery Mode.
- Hold the Volume Up, Home and Power buttons simultaneously.
- Once the phone vibrates, release the Power button while holding the other buttons until the Android System Recovery screen appears.
- To select the file, use the “Volume Down” button.
- The Galaxy S20 will automatically reboot after the cache partition has been cleared.
Factory Reset Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ Plus
If you are still having problems with the black screen on Galaxy S20 or Galaxy S20+ Plus, you can try factory reset. To prevent data loss, it is important that you back up all files and information before factory setting up a Galaxy S20.
If none of these methods work to get the Samsung Galaxy S20’s black screen to turn, you can take it back to the shop or take it to an independent shop to have it checked for damage. A technician may repair or replace the unit if it is found defective.