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ALL ANDROID PHONES: Black Screen, Boot Loop, Screen Won’t Turn On, Keeps Restarting (13 FIXES)

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Hey what is going on guys so you have an Android phone it doesn’t matter which Android phone it is and you have a black screen of death what basically you know your phone is on it’s just that the screen doesn’t pop on you know it’s on maybe you can see some like LED lights like flashing maybe you feel it vibrate maybe someone can call you but the screen is still black or maybe you’re stuck like in a boot loop or basically it keeps like restarting or the screen just doesn’t come on it’s just staying pure black I’m gonna give you guys 13 solutions and by the end of this video at least 85% of you guys should be back up and running now all of these 13 steps 13 possible Mobile Phones Repairs it’s all easy fixes okay nothing to do with taking your phone apart or anything okay so the first method is what we need to do is we need to look let’s just pretend that this screen here is black okay just black on here I don’t know what’s going on here so the first thing that we got to do is we have to force it to restart now how do you get an inch of full Android phone to of how can you force it to restart it depends what brand and model you have now to do a force restart on most models it is going to be you press and hold two but simultaneously you press the volume down and the power button you press and hold and you wait to the phone’s logo pops up like this is a Samsung Galaxy a 50 here I would press and hold the volume down power but I would press a whole the same time and I will continue to hold until I see a Samsung logo appear then I will go ahead and let go now again to do a force restart on most Android phones its volume down and power however there’s other phones like for example if you have the Google pixel 1 2 or 3 4 to do a force restart you just press and hold one button you press and hold the power button continue to hold until you see the Google logo appear then you let go there’s other Android phones where basically it’s via you hold the volume up and the volume down there’s other Android phones where is a little bit more complicated you have to quickly press the volume up volume down and then press and hold the power button there’s other Android phones where you basically have to like press and hold three buttons the same time you would have it hold like not not only the power button and a volume down but if you have a physical home button you would have to hold all three buns the same time wait to the logo appears and then go ahead and let go so again for this first method here we’re going to use the Samsung Galaxy 850 it’s very very simple okay it’s going to be the volume down and power button you want to press and hold until we see the Samsung logo appear then we’re going to go ahead and let go now the thing is if you have a different you can go ahead and try the volume down a power button on your phone however if it doesn’t work then you might want to go ahead and Google or search on YouTube how to force how to do a force restart on your particular brand and model okay anyways with the Samsung Galaxy a 50 it’s a volume down power okay so make the phones on right now but let’s just pretend my screen here is black and then volume down power ready one two three I’m gonna press and hold both buttons just like this but 10 my screen is black I’m still holding on to the both the buttons here I’m not gonna let go until I see a Samsung logo appear on here I’m still holding I felt the vibrate now I can go ahead and let go and now hopefully your phone is back up and running okay so if the first step didn’t work then we’re going to go ahead and move to the second step here okay and I’m gonna use the Google pixel 4 on this one here now what you want to do is go ahead and plug in your phone and you want to let it charge for about five minutes let’s pretend that this screen is totally black okay so wait five minutes plug it in five minutes after to give it some extra juice then I want you to come back and I want you to do the same thing what I want you to do is a force restart okay now this is a Google pixel for this is a different key combination this one’s quite easy there anything I to do is press and hold the power button okay so it’s plugged in right now I’m gonna go ahead and press and hold the power button just like this but take my screen is black I don’t see nothing my sweetness between my screen is totally black and I’m holding on to the power button here I’m not gonna let go I’m waiting for that Google logo to appear because it’s a Google phone I’m still holding on to the power button and it’s plugged in charging as well I’m still holding okay Google logo now I’m gonna go ahead and let go and your phone should be up and running now the thing is if like if I use the Samsung Galaxy a 50 I’ll go ahead and do the same thing here okay I’m gonna go and plug this one in and let’s pretend that this screen is black okay so after five minutes of it plugged in come back to the phone and remember a 50 here like most Android phones it is going to be the key combination is going to be the volume down power button the same time okay so this one here I’m going to go ahead and do the same thing okay volume down power button but there’s one thing different with with this kind of phone and some other Android phones so volume down power one two three I’m gonna press it hold both buttons here and I’m gonna go ahead and hold on here now this if this is a samsung phone so if the Samsung logo doesn’t appear I have to basically just let go and press the power button so I’m still holding on to the power volume down and the power button here but because this phone is actually plugged in it’s not gonna force restart like this so what I got to do is basically let go and the only thing that the force restore did the volume down to power but on this phone the only thing it did was turn it off so my phone is currently off okay so if you did this and no Samsung logo appears you know after you know 20 30 seconds then just go ahead and let go of both the buttons or whatever buttons it is to force restart that particular phone then just going to press and hold the power button press and hold the power button because this one here it actually shuts off when you do a forced restart while it’s plugged in just the galaxy logo is booting back up and hopefully your phone is backing up and running now if not we’re going to move to the third step alright so for the third step here what we’re going to do is it’s a possibility that even though you try to do the forced restart and it’s not actually your screen is not coming up or whatnot it’s a possibility that it is like that because maybe there’s something wrong with your power button or one of your volume buttons or an a physical home button or another button I have on there so what you want to do now is this volume up and down button wherever it is I want you to press in and out a lot of times it could be stuck it could be jammed you can have like a hand lotion or sun block that gets in there even the oils from your hand maybe you have some spills coffee stain soda so keep pressing every single button okay here’s the volume button in and out in and out like crazy all over power button in and out in and out in and out if you have a physical home button you want to do the same thing just press the button in and out a bunch of times keep on going so volume buttons power buttons just keep clicking it out like a crazy madman same thing with the the home button some phones like the galaxy some of these Samsung Galaxy phones they have like the big speed button here as well you have volume rockers here you also have the Bigsby you want to keep pushing in the Bigsby as well in and out in and out in and out volume in and out in and out power in and out in and out and then after you do that what you want to do is you want you want to force it to restart again okay this one here it’s a samsung galaxy note 9 and this one here is it’s going to be the volume down power button okay like most Android phones are except the the volume rockers are on the left side instead of the right side opposed to the the Samsung Galaxy 850 okay anyways so after you press all the buttons in and out and do the same thing okay you wanna go ahead a forced to restart okay press and hold the 10 my phone is totally black I don’t see nothing just keep holding and wait for this Samsung logo to appear because this is a samsung phone so I’m still holding on both buttons here I’m not gonna let go I’m waiting for that Samsung logo to appear I just felt the vibrate there’s a Samsung logo and you guys should be up and running if not we’re going to move this data number four okay so step number four it’s gonna be similar to step number three okay now the thing is a lot of times you know you get these boot loops or a custom restart or sometimes even the black screen and the reason is is because your power button now we did press the power button in and out but that may have not been enough so what I want to do next is I want you to go ahead and grab like a towel or like a paper towel like this or something like that and just cover the power button like this and then what you want to do is you can grab like a book or something or you can just get something that’s kind of elevated so what you want to do is you know find a power button here and what you want to do is you can want to you want to bank it I mean you can do this on your knees as well you can pop on your knee just make sure with the power button is get like a tower and thing like that just kind of like wrap it around I see the power button right here I can feel it go in and out and then keep doing this for a while okay there’s the power button right there in and out in and out remember it could be a jam there like loose in there or something could be stuck in there as well you can even have like lint or debris in there okay if you did that for a while next thing I wanted to do is force it to restart again okay so this is the 8:50 here and with this one would be the volume down power button okay so press and hold one two three go press and hold I’m not gonna let go pretend my screen is black again I’m waiting for the Samsung logo to appear then I can let go of both buttons I felt it vibrate there’s a Samsung logo and now your phone should be up and running if it’s not we’re going to go ahead and move over to step number five all right for step number five this is what I’m going to do go ahead and grab your phone and what I want you to do now it’s but there’s a possibility that because you have the black screen is because you have like a loose connection and a lot of times I mean a lot of times you can get the black screen of death if you simply just drop it a little bit and then there’s a loose connection and it’s going to be a black screen or it can even cause it to constantly restart or having a boot loop and whatnot okay so what I want you to do now is grab your phone and I want to use two fingers and I want you to tap all over the screen okay keep tapping all over the screen all over even on the sides okay all over all over same thing on the back side flip it over do the same thing okay grab two fingers and you want to tap it like this kind of hard you also want to get around the camera lens as well all around there keep doing that and after you do that for a while do the same thing you have to force it to restart okay this is a note 9 so this is a volume down power button 1 2 3 press and hold the 10 my screen is black still holding on both buttons here waiting for the Samsung logo to appear still waiting it’s gonna come I’m waiting Samsung logo we read let go and now you guys should be up and running if not we’re gonna move to step number six alright so for step number six we’re gonna do now instead of tapping it and remember it’s good possibility that I mean 70% of the time you guys have like a black screen and you think your phone is broken you bring it to a shop and they give you a new LCD screen which actually you didn’t need okay anyways so for this next method here instead of the tapping what we’re gonna do now is we’re gonna hold the phone like this grab our two thumbs now what you want to do instead is you want to press firmly all over the screen with your two thumbs I’m pressing both sides like this kind of even get the sides here all on the top got it be kind of firm with this too okay all the way down there are some phones I have I’ve had in the past where I would press on the screen like this and I hear like a little click click click click and then I’d click and then the click would stop and then to be no more black screen okay anyways keep doing this with two thumbs here all around even on the sides and then flip it over do it on the backside grab both thumbs and you want to put pressure all in the middle on the sides even on around the lens and you kind of want to go on top of the lens as well okay all over wherever that loose connection is you want to be able to forget to touch the connector as opposed to or at least pop it in place keep doing that after you do that for a while then the same thing you want to go ahead and you want to do a force restart this is a Google pixel for here and the force we start on this one I mean it’s pretty easy you just press and hold the power button so I’m gonna press and hold the power button now booting my screen is black and I’m gonna wait for that Google logo to appear so I’m still holding onto the power button still holding I’m still holding I’m not gonna let go there’s the Google logo I can go ahead and let go and hopefully you guys are up and running now okay so if that didn’t work now we’re going to move to step number seven step number seven is similar or to the double finger tapping also that very similar to the thumb pressing except this time we’re going to do what I call the smack method go ahead and grab your phone here know what up what I want you to do remember it’s very possible to lose connection okay like I said 70% of the time you guys think that you have a bad screen and you’re bringing to a repair shop and all don’t need how to do was basically you know do the thumb press or one of these easy methods I have here in a video rather than go ahead and replacing your entire LCD screen anyways this is a smack method hold your phone out put out your palm like this and I want to give you a nice whack all in the back and then on the bottom and then on the screen as well and on the bottom of the screen as well do that for a while after you’re done do a force restart this is a Galaxy Note 9 of course restart is going to be a volume down and the power button so I’m going to press and hold one two three press and hold you want to continue to hold until you see the Samsung logo if say if you have a samsung phone I’m still holding on both buttons here volume down to power there’s a Samsung logo I can go and let go and hopefully you are back up and running if not we’re going to move to the next step okay so now we’re moving on to step number eight now it’s a possibility that you may think that your phone is charging and whatnot but it’s actually not charging or is not able to hold juice okay so next thing you want to do is this go ahead and grab yourself a toothbrush and/or a wooden toothpick and what I want you to do now is go ahead and brush out your charging port like this and of course you can have like debris dirt you can have lint in here as well okay if you keep the phones in your pockets even your purse you can have lint grab the toothbrush keep going in there like this and give it a nice blow get back in there again I mean this one’s clean but I had a lot of them where like a little fuzz ball of lint came out and then if you have a toothpick go ahead and do the toothpick to grab your sofa it should be a wooden toothpick or a plastic toothpick I mean I’ve used like paperclips metal paper clips but you really should not use metal things in here okay anyways here’s a toothpick here I’m a toothpick you kind of want to like just kind of dig in here a little bit you know sometimes you’ll be able to see like a piece of like little lint ball and you can kind of like pry it out but keep moving out around in here sometimes you can have like a like a soda or coffee stain in there that’s not letting it charge at full capacity and then blow it in just like that next thing I want you to do now is go ahead and grab your charging port and you have to make sure that you have a cable that’s working properly and of course you know you have to make sure your wall adapter is working properly as well okay you can also plug this into any USB port via the computer or whatnot anyways what you want to do next is you want to go ahead and give it power you want to go ahead plug it in and now this time leave it for ten minutes while it is charging okay after ten minutes is up I want to come back here now when we do the same thing I want you to force it to restart okay this is a Galaxy Note and I remember this one will be press and holding the volume down and the power button simultaneously until I see the Samsung logo then I’m gonna let go okay go ahead and do that and hopefully you guys are up and running and you don’t have to watch the video anymore however if not we’re gonna go to the next step okay so step number nine okay now what we’re gonna do is we’re gonna do a battery pool we’re going to drain the excess battery so first thing to note is if you have a phone like I don’t know here’s one because the Samsung Galaxy s5 here’s a samsung galaxy this is a j7 here but if you have ones where you can pull the backplate off to pull your battery out I want you to do that pull it out I want you to pop your battery out and now what I want you to do is press and hold the power button press and hold it for one minute after one minute is up go ahead and grab your battery pop it back in and just go ahead and just press and hold the power button until it boots up and hopefully you’ll up and running another thing is most you have a phone where you can’t take out the battery that should take the whole entire phone apart but if you have that then what you want to do and you don’t have to do it now you can do it later but what you have to do is you have to wait until the phone is totally dead okay so you may have to wait two hours or four hours or who knows maybe you have to wait like six hours or ten hours until the phone is totally dead so after the phone is completely dead you can’t turn it on or nothing then you have the power button right here what I want you to do is I want you to press and I want you to hold that power button okay hold it for one minute after one minute is up go ahead and let go and then pretend this phone is black okay and then next thing is go ahead and plug your phone in and I want you to wait about 10 minutes after 10 minutes is up come back and just turn your phone on okay and hopefully you’re back up and running if not we’re gonna move to the next step okay so now we’re going to move to step number 11 now step number 10 was if you didn’t have a removable battery okay so step number 11 what I want you to do now is I want you to grab your phone guys I want you to go to your freezer I want you to grab your phone and I want you to place it in your freezer just laid in your freezer wait 30 minutes after 30 minutes I want you to come back and of course your phone is going to be pretty cold don’t worry about it so with the phone is pretty cold do the same thing force restart so power down volume down power button with the samsung galaxy note 9 just press and hold while the phone is cold okay keep holding again you would don’t think we’re doing is a we’re forcing it to restart wait to the Samsung logo appears and you’ll be surprised how many of you guys would be up with this freezer method as well I’m still holding on both buttons here now I can let go I see the Samsung logo and now you guys should be up and running if not we’re gonna go to step number 12 okay this is actually going to be step 12 and step 13 what we need to do is we need to boot our Android phone into the Android recovery mode menu and then from here and then from there we have two things that we can do okay the first thing we’re going to try is we’re going to try to wipe the cache partition that that doesn’t work then you have you can also do a factory reset which I don’t recommend if you do a fighters reset your gonna erase everything on your phone hopefully you have a backup anyways let’s go ahead and let’s wipe the cache partition on one or two of these phones right now okay so I’m going to use a samsung galaxy note 9 here if you have a different model phone then you’ll want to look up on YouTube or Google and do a search for like your phone brand like Google Nexus 6p how to wipe cache partition or Google Nexus 6p how to boot into the Android recovery mode menu ok ok so anyways again there’s a Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and how we’re going to go ahead and boot into the entry recovery menu on this phone is ok so with this phone here I mean it’s going to be the the volume down a power button basically I’m gonna press and hold volume down power but I’m going to force it to restart I’m gonna press and hold both buttons and I’m gonna wait about 10 seconds as soon as 10 seconds is up I’m only going to let go of the volume down button and then I’m gonna press and hold the volume up button and the big speed button while at the same time still holding down the power button ok so this one’s kind of complicated and the reason why we’re going to do it this way is because what’s going to happen is if we have like a password in here and we wanted to shut it down it’ll bypass that password as well ok so let’s go ahead try it on this phone here okay let’s uh volume down power button I’m gonna press and hold for 10 seconds ok ready 1 2 3 2 3 pretended phone is black I I’m hoping this will row at the same time ok now I’m gonna switch it now it’s volume up in a big speed button and I’m holding both buttons here and I’m waiting for the Samsung logo to appear or it’s actually it’s going to boot right up into the Android recovery mode ok it didn’t work ok it didn’t work I didn’t probably didn’t hold it long enough let’s try this again ok volume down power button ready 1 2 3 I’m holding down both buttons right now I want to wait till like 10 seconds maybe 11 12 seconds I’m gonna wait wait wait how about right about now I let go of the volume down button and now I’m holding on to the volume up and the bixby button and I’m still holding on to the power button as well ok Samsung logo and I’m gonna let go and this should butis into recovery menu let’s see if I got it on the second try here cool ok I got it ok so now I’m in here now what you want to do is basically you want to do a wipe cache partition you can go down here and you can look for wipe cache partition use the volume rocker to scroll down if I wanted to select it I would simply go ahead and press on the power button here to select it and the only thing the wipe cache partition does or wipe cache data partition it just basically deletes temporary files that you don’t need anyway and it’s always good to actually wipe the cache partition every like two weeks or like every month ok it’ll speed up your phone you’ll have like less errors less lag enos and it can also fix a black screen or like a boot loop issue as well so you’re gonna go to wipe cache partition and then go ahead and select it and then let it do its thing and then it’s gonna boot back up and hopefully your phones up and running if it’s not then the next thing we got to do next thing we can try is a factory reset and I’m gonna go in a wipe cache partition on another phone – it’s a different key combination ok anyways the next way to do it – if the web cache partition didn’t work then doing a factory reset so if I scroll down here you have to boot again boot up into the Android recovery mode here so you can see white died wipe data / factory reset so you’re resetting this back to factory defaults as if you just bought the phone brand new now the thing is like some of you guys that have black screen issued you’re not going to be able to see the screen but 50% of you guys will be able to see this okay anyway so from the white data wipe data / factory reset if you want to go ahead and blow everything out of the phone go ahead and that’s not always the fix – you could have an actual issue with you or a screen that needs to be replaced so if you want to proceed with the factory reset tap on the power button here you tap on it then give this message here or you basically it’s asking you are you sure you want to do this this cannot be undone if you want to proceed you would use the volume rocker to go down to yes and then select the power button and then it’s going to do a factory reset it’s going to go ahead and do its own thing now let’s go ahead and do a wipe cache partition in another phone with a different combination here I’m not gonna factory reset this but so let’s go back to know here and you know what really quickly I’ll just go ahead and wipe the cache partition on this one it’s about time I do on this one anyway so wipe wipe cache partition wipe cache partition right there and this one he takes a second gonna press the power button here this cannot be undone no problem I’m gonna go down to yes and personal power button look on the bottom here when he takes like two seconds wipe or cache wipe complete it’s already done and then I can just go ahead and it says reboot system now yes I’ll go ahead and reboot just like that okay so for like another phone like for example like will do the Samsung Galaxy this is the 850 here okay so for this one here let’s pretend the screen is black and I’m going to show you how to boot into the recovery mode on this phone okay so between the screen is black now now with this phone here what we have to do is I mean we’re going to press the volume down and power button we’re going to force it to restart we’re going to count about 10 seconds as soon as the 10 seconds is up we’re going to go ahead and release only the volume down button and quickly press and hold the volume up button until we see the Samsung logo and then it’ll boot us into the Android recovery menu okay so remember volume down power press and hold wait 10 seconds and then let go of only the volume down and quickly press and hold the volume up and I’m always holding on to the power button here ok ready volume down the power ready 1 2 3 press and hold pretend the screen is black here I’m gonna wait for about 10 seconds and then I’m gonna move then I’m gonna release the volume down and hit the press and hold the volume up right about now volume up okay I think that was too late this is the this is going to boot up into the regular operating system okay yeah see I didn’t do it I think I took a little bit too long that’s going to try it again alright let’s give this a go again okay between my screen is black here volume down power button ready 1 2 3 press and hold the 10th iPhone is black here I’m still holding gonna wait for like 10 or 11 or 12 seconds how about right about now Oh too late okay it’s gonna boot up let me try this again alright let’s give it another shot again okay so it’s gonna be the volume down power ready one two three present hold the last time I did it I took too long okay I’m gonna wait now now holding the volume up and power button I’m still holding waiting for a Samsung logo to appear here I hope I didn’t do it too early okay maybe I did it too early okay nothing’s coming up here so I probably did it too early so my phone is actually still on okay again let’s try it again volume down power button ready one two three press and hold the phone is black here I’m gonna wait wait wait eight nine ten now I’m gonna let go Samsung logo not sure if I got this one or not let’s see oh my goodness okay that’s took me like four tries but I finally got it anyways there’s a Samsung Galaxy a 50 you need the same thing on here you know you want to scroll down you want to try to wipe the cache partition that doesn’t work then go back to enter recovery and then do the factory reset that’s if you want to take a chance of blowing out erasing everything on your phone and you know it’s still possibility that your screen is not going to be up and running because you actually do have a defective LCD screen that needs to be replaced now the thing is if you went this far in the video and it’s still not up they know what I want you guys to do is I want you to go through every single step again try every single step that you can okay do it five or six more times you know sometimes it’s like one step that does it sometimes there’s a combination of two sometimes it’s a combination of three steps there’s times where I went through every single step on one of these phones and it didn’t work the first time around second time around and it actually worked during like the fifth or sixth time around okay so don’t give up keep trying let me know if this work for you let me know what combination or combination of methods you think work for you and also if you have a phone that you’re not sure how to do the forced restart and you can’t find on the net just going to comment below and if I have time I’ll go ahead and comment I’ll tell you how to do it on your specific phone and phone a brand and model so that’s pretty much it see you guys on the next one good luck bye

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