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How To Fix Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Black Screen (Solution)

How To Fix Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Black Screen (Solution)

Some owners of Samsung Note 8 have been experiencing a black screen issue on their smartphone. The Note 8 keys light up, but the screen does not come up. The Note 8 screen does not come up for some other owners.

There are processes that you can undertake to fix the issue of black screen on your Note 8. You can make use of the steps below to fix this issue on your Samsung Note 8.


How to Factory Reset Samsung Note 8

One effective method you can use to fix this issue on your Note 8 is to reset your smartphone back to factory settings. You can make use of this guide on how to factory reset the Galaxy Note 8. It’s important to point out that you should back up all your important files to prevent any data loss.


Boot to Recovery Mode and Wipe Cache Partition

The following instructions will be helpful if you want to get your smartphone Samsung Note 8.

  1. Touch and hold these keys at the same time, the Volume Up, Home and Power keys.
  2. Release the Power button when the phone enters vibrate mode, while still holding the other keys until the Android System Recovery screen comes up.
  3. Use the ‘Volume Down’ key, select ‘wipe cache partition’ and use the Power key to click on it.
  4. Your Samsung Note 8 will reboot as soon as the process is complete.


You can use this guide on how to clear cache on the Galaxy Note 8


Contact Technical Support

If the issue persists after using all the above methods to fix the black screen problem on your smartphone, I will advise that you take your phone to a technician to get it repaired or replaced.

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David Williams

Sep 4, 2017

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