3 common reasons why a Samsung Galaxy tablet screen won’t turn on
While Samsung makes some of the best and most popular tablet devices around, sometimes a Samsung Galaxy tablet screen won't turn on. There are a variety of reasons why this happens, and here are three of the most common ones:
1) Physical damage
If you've ever read any of our iBreak stories, then you know full well than even most careful among us accidentally drop their tablets on the ground or drop something heavy on it. Even minor jostling or a small spill can lead to the dreaded black screen of death, which is why you should take every step possible to protect your tablet's screen and internal parts from harm.
2) Overloaded internal components
A tablet or any computer is like a running back in football. When a running back has no one around him, exciting things happen. But, a running back with tacklers hanging from his shoulders and ankles, he's not likely to get very far. Similarly, a tablet that is only running a few apps and programs will work like a charm, but one that is overloaded with unnecessary files and other filler will lag or even sometimes stop working completely. Sometimes, if your Samsung Galaxy tablet screen won't turn on, then you may need to totally clear out the device's memory and start from scratch.
3) Mobile malware
Viruses and other related issues are a surprisingly common reason why a Samsung Galaxy tablet screen won't turn on. According to Tripwire, approximately 11.6 million mobile devices were infected during the last three months of 2013, and a majority of these threats targeted hardware running the Android operating system. As the threat posed by mobile malware rises, tablet users should install quality anti-virus software and be incredibly careful when perusing the Web to help mitigate the problems posed by this issue.
These are just three of the many reasons why a Samsung Galaxy tablet screen won't turn on. For all of your Samsung tablet repair needs, turn to iResQ today!