Samsung phones are known for incredible display, but sometimes, even the best-performing devices and brands disappoint. Today, we’ll be addressing one of the most irritating issues and could empty your pocket, yes, it can. Screen flickering results due to software malfunction most of the time, if it’s a problem, this article will show you several potential workarounds to fix the Galaxy S21Ultra, S21, S21Plus screen flickering issue.
In another case, if it’s a hardware defect, you might have to reach to Samsung Support to analyze the device and if necessary replace the display. Go ahead and read the article to end and fix the Samsung screen flickering issue.
Fix Samsung S21Ultra, S21Plus, S21 Screen Flickering
Is your phone dropped?
If your device is accidentally dropped on the floor and thereafter the screen flickering issue started on Samsung S21, S21Plus, S21Ultra, you might need to get the screen replacement from Samsung. Don’t fall for cheap screen replacements, because this type of display usually works perfectly for six or eight months, and then it’ll start screen flickering.
Restarting the phone takes a few minutes or less to refresh the firmware. If you haven’t dropped the phone and are still screen flickering for no reason, it’s time to address the software glitches. And nothing is best than restarting the device.
- Press and hold the Power button and Volume Down button until the Samsung logo appears.
Wait for few minutes, and let the device restart completely. Observe the phone for some time, if the screen flickering continuously occurs, it’s time to jump down to the next solution.
Check for Updates
Another crucial reason behind screen Samsung screen flickering and glitching is an outdated software update. Make sure to update the phone to the latest firmware available. Before that, connect the device to Wi-Fi and then proceed. Moreover, the battery should be more than 50% charged.
- Go to the Settings App.
- Search Software update.
- Download and install the software update if available.
Wipe cache partition
By this, all the cache of the system is removed from the device in one go. Apart from applications cache, there are different types of cache files are available that might be corrupted and causing such issues. Wipe cache partition won’t remove any personal data, but only temporary cache files that will auto-generate once the phone reboots.
- Press and hold the Power button and turn off the phone.
- Connect the device to PC/Laptop via USB Cable.
- Press and hold the Power/Bixby button and Volume down button until the Android logo displays.
- Wait for the recovery screen to appear.
- There you should see Wipe cache partition.
- Navigate to Wipe cache partition using volume keys and press the Power button to execute wipe cache partition.
Try Safe Mode
With Safe Mode all the third-party applications and programs get disabled. In Safe Mode, if the screen flickering stops, then it’s one of the third-party applications that is creating issues for you.
- Press and hold the Power button.
- When POWER OFF menu appears, touch and hold the Power Off
- Select Safe Mode.
- To exit Safe mode, simply restart the phone.
Factory Data Reset
This must be hard for you, but this is your last hope to get back the original screen and get rid of the irritating screen flickering issues. Before doing that, be sure to back up the device otherwise, you’ll lose your personal photos, videos, documents, etc.
- Open the Settings App.
- Tap General management.
- Tap Reset.
- Select Factory data reset.
- Confirm Reset.
- Select Delete All.
Visit Samsung Support
When none of the above troubleshooting works for you, its time to get in touch with Samsung Technicians and show the device. If it is under warranty, then carry the receipt while you go to Samsung Service Center.