Have you been experiencing a delay on the touchscreen of your Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus? No doubt, it gives you severe concern and some thought may be going through your brain right now such as, what’s the course of this delay in touchscreen and how can it be fixed? Don’t worry. That’s the key factor we will deliberate in this article. But first, let’s see some factors that contribute to this threatening Samsung Galaxy S10 touchscreen problem.
Are you aware that this delay in touchscreen on Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus could be as a sign of a pretty minor firmware-related problem or a symptom of a serious hardware issue? if you really want to check if indeed it is a serious issue, the only thing it entails is just for u to check if your phone has some signs of physical or liquid damage. In case there is none, be rest assured that this is something you can fix by yourself without necessarily relying on another person for assistance because it is just a minor issue. So in this article, I will walk you through in troubleshooting your Galaxy S10 Plus with delayed touchscreen response. our main priority in this article is to consider every possibility and rule them out one by one. So if you are experiencing this delay in the touchscreen of your Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus, this article will help you a whole lot, so read between the line and testify positively.
Tips On How To Fix Galaxy S10 Plus With Delayed Touchscreen
It is very possible that this can be a hardware issue so you need to rule out every possibility so that you can give the technician accurate information if necessary but if it peradventure happens, know that it is just a firmware problem, then consider the following procedures.
Isolate The Problem Immediately
In order to isolate the problem immediately, the first thing to do is to restart your phone in safe mode. All the third-party applications will be disabled once this is done. Then if after restarting your phone on safe mood and you notice that the delayed touchscreen issue doesn’t occur in safe mode, so it implies that the problem is caused by one of the third-party apps you installed. Below are how you can restart your phone in safe mode.
- Click and hold the Power key until the options indicated.
- Click and hold the Power button firmly off until it changes into Safe Mode
- Click on the Safe Mode icon to restart your Phone
- Immediately it is successful; you will see the Safe Mode at the lower left corner of the screen.
If peradventure the problem is fixed while the device is in this mode, what you have to do is to look for the app causing this problem then restart your phone on a normal mode after that, open the app you suspect might be the course to the problem. But if I am to advise, start with apps you installed that time the problem started. So below are how you can uninstall such app.
- Swipe down from the top of the screen and pull the notification panel down
- Click on the setting icon on the upper right corner.
- Scroll a bit and then click on Apps.
- Click on the app you suspect.
- Click on storage.
- Click on Clear Data after that, tap OK to confirm it.
- Click on the back key and after that, click Uninstall.
- Lastly, Confirm that you want to remove the app from your phone.
If after carrying out all these procedures and u realized that the problem still persists, kindly try this procedure below.
Delete The System Cache
This delayed touchscreen response on your Galaxy S10 Plus might be just a sign of a performance issue that’s caused by some corrupt system cache and you are aware that this file is very important in making your phone to run smoothly but sometimes they get corrupt and become absolute especially after a firework update. In that regards there are many ways to wipe out such possibility so below are guidelines that will help you do this
- Turn off your phone.
- Click and hold the Volume Up key and the Bixby key, then press and hold the Power key.
- Immediately the Galaxy S10+ logo indicates, release all the three keys.
- At this point, Your Galaxy S10 Plus will continue to boot up into the Recovery Mode. Immediately you see a black screen with blue and yellow texts, proceed to the next step.
- Severally click on the Volume down key to highlight wipe cache partition.
- Click on the power key to select.
- Click on the Volume down key to highlight Yes, and after that press the Power key to select.
- Once the wipe cache partition is complete, Reboot system now is highlighted.
- Finally, click firmly on the Power Key to restart the device.
This can take a little time to boot but once it boots, be rest assured that you have fixed the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus with a delayed touchscreen.