Display issues in mobile devices like screen flickering can be attributed to software errors or hardware damage. The latter could be the underlying cause if there were previous instances of hard falls or liquid exposure on the device. But if the screen flickering problem suddenly occurs, then it could be due to a system malfunction.
Depending on how the flickering started, it could be a minor issue caused by some apps or glitches in the system or it could be a serious hardware problem. If your new Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 got dropped and then this problem started, then it could be the latter but if it started without apparent
Screen flickering can be a sign of a serious hardware issue and some of our readers that own the LG V40 ThinQ contacted us regarding the problem. But here’s the thing, if your phone hasn’t been dropped on something hard and that there are no signs of physical and/or liquid damage, the flickering might be
For a couple of days now we keep receiving emails from Galaxy S5 owners who recently updated to Android 5.0 Lollipop. The common problem is that the phone can’t stay connected to the WiFi network–it keeps disconnecting and reconnecting. As a result, the battery is drained way quicker than when the phone was running Kitkat.