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Green screen s20 fe 5g

(Topic created on: 15-04-2024 11:15 PM)
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crossley
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My screen keeps going green and flickering, I have to reset it because I cannot get on it. It will be ok for ages then just goes onto the green flickering screen 

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Anone have any ideas?
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Glenntech
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As its not doing it all the time. I would suggest it's an app or theme causing the issue.

If you go into the recovery menu and Wipe the Partition Cashe on the phone.
Should be able to repair apps from the same menu
See if that makes a difference
Glenntech
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Wiping the Partition Cashe clears out a lot of old or corrupted information that can cause issues

Follow the steps below. You must follow every step and you should be done in about a minute

Turn off your phone.

Connect your phone with a USB cable
to PC or another Samsung mobile

You will see the charging icon on your screen.
Wait till it shows charging with battery percentage.

Next, press and hold the Volume up and Side key simultaneously.
You can press the volume up button just before the Side key.
The Samsung Logo followed by
Samsung Galaxy appears on the
screen.

At this point, release the keys
Phone will boot into Android Recovery mode

In Android recovery mode, using Volume keys, choose "Wipe Cache
Partition" .
Use the power button to accept that.
You will then see its cleared.

Then the top option, reboot phone.
Press the power button to reboot the phone and then sign in normally
crossley
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Thankyou I will try all that tomorrow when I'm more alert
Marquinhhos
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My device started to present this problem, and I tried all the ways described on the internet to resolve the issue. Nothing resolved, until I noticed a pattern: when I connected the device via the USB cable to my notebook, to transfer files, it ended up showing the green screen from hell. So I accessed the device's screen using the app "Your phone" in Windows 11, changed the brightness, opened some menus, and the screen started working again. I stopped connecting the device to the notebook via the USB cable and the problem stopped happening. Test this yourself too.

It is difficult to link the device to the notebook using "Your phone" if the screen is green, as you need to authorize access via the device. The YES button to accept pairing always appears in the lower right corner of the screen. One way (which doesn't always work) to make the green screen disappear momentarily is to go into settings, display, change the brightness, change the screen definition... do this several times... keep turning the screen off and on consecutively... . plug and unplug the USB cable connected to the notebook... or just leave the cell phone still, until it is completely discharged, and then give it a full charge with it turned off. Once you have the screen back, link the device to Windows, open screen sharing, and no longer plug it into the computer using the USB cable.

crossley
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I haven't done anything with it because it's been ok recently, but thanks for the advice.
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