The screens of modern phones are their main advantage. A touch screen is very convenient and intuitive. You don’t need to understand how and what works, just press your finger on the option that interests you.
However, at the same time, this is also its main disadvantage. Since the screens of modern smartphones are large, they’re much easier to break or damage from overheating, for example. This is a big problem that cannot be solved. You just have to be more careful with your devices.
Unlike push-button phones, if the screen on your smartphone stops working or doesn’t display information correctly, you won’t be able to interact with your phone.
However, if you do have a problem such as a pink screen on your android device, then there are several ways to solve this problem.
What may be the causes of the pink screen
This problem usually has a hardware reason. It most often shows that the ESXi/EXX VMK host kernel has a serious problem and becomes inoperable, stopping the running of virtual machines.
For example, this may happen if your device has fallen from a great height or you drowned it, as well as this, may happen due to severe overheating.
Often these problems can occur after a repair, for example, you have recently replaced the display and after a while, you may have noticed that the device gets hotter and purple spots to appear on the screen. When you change screen settings such as brightness, they disappear.
For some people, the screen may turn completely purple, others say that it gradually turns purple, and then it may turn black. What to do in this situation?
How to fix the purple screen on your Android device
There are several basic ways to solve such a problem. All of them are quite simple and can be applied to any Android device with minor modifications.
Reboot your device
First, you should try the simplest and most obvious way. Rebooting your device will allow you to completely reboot your system and close all running apps. This may also help with the purple screen problem.
To reboot most android devices you just need to press and hold the Power button until the Power Menu appears on the screen. Then press Shutdown or Reboot. Then press the Power button again to power on your device.
Launch your Android device in unsafe mode
This way you can determine if the problem is caused by an app or if it’s a system problem. Safe mode will disable all third-party apps and you will have a better understanding of the situation. In order to put your phone in safe mode, you need to:
- Press and hold the power button.
- When the Power Menu appears, turn off your phone.
- Then press the power and volume down button until the phone powers on.
- Your phone should now restart in safe mode. In most models, this will be indicated by a text on the corner of the screen.
If the purple screen doesn’t appear, it means that the problem was caused by a third-party app. This will be very easy to fix. You just need to uninstall the apps you have installed recently and after installing them you began to have problems with the purple screen.
Disconnect third-party devices from your phone
If your device is connected to equipment such as a CD card, headphones, or something similar, then try disconnecting them. It may be that they’re causing the problem. If after that the purple screen disappeared, then you better replace your gadgets.
Remove the settings and overclocking tools
If you overclocked your gadget by changing its hardware clock rate, voltage or multiplier this might cause it to overheat. This can be very bad for the device and lead to a purple screen. Remove all the overclocking tools and settings and see if that solves your problem.
Install the latest software update
Often problems can be caused by bugs or conflicts within apps. In that case, developers are usually quick to track down such problems with phones and release fresh bug fixes that should fix all problems with your device.
To update the software on most Android devices you need to follow these simple instructions:
- Open the Settings app.
- Scroll down to About Device.
- Here you can see the latest update.
- If there is one, click on the active “Download and Install” button.
After that, you should wait for a while. It may take up to half an hour and your device may restart.
Perform a Factory Reset
If none of the above methods have helped you, resetting your device to factory settings can help. It’s important to remember that this will delete all data from it, including your accounts and photos or videos, as well as all installed third-party apps.
To do this:
- Open Settings.
- Then go to General.
- Here you can find Reset and tap on factory data reset.
- Then your smartphone will reboot and your purple screen problem should be solved.
If none of the above and wasn’t able to help you, it makes sense to apply to the service center to check your phone and find the hardware problem, if any.