How can I test my phone screen?
Testing the LCD Display Using the Application. Launch the screen test app. Tap its newly created icon from your Android’s home screen to open it. Inside you’ll see two buttons: “Test” and “Exit.”
How do I test my LCD screen?
To test brightness, press the Dim, Normal, and Bright buttons in the LCD Intensity Control group. To test the backlight, press Backlight Off to ensure the backlight turns on and off.
On the LCD Display tab, you can test the following LCD display features:
- Backlight Controls.
How do I check for a virus on my Android phone?
3 Use Google Settings to scan your device for security threats. Switch on: Apps>Google Settings> Security>Verify apps>Scan device for security threats.
How do I check for bugs on my Android phone?
Capture a bug report from a device
- Be sure you have Developer Options enabled.
- In Developer options, tap Take bug report.
- Select the type of bug report you want and tap Report. After a moment you get a notification that the bug report is ready (see figure 2).
- To share the bug report, tap the notification.
How do you tell if there is a virus on your phone?
Signs your Android phone may have a virus or other malware
- Your phone is too slow.
- Apps take longer to load.
- The battery drains faster than expected.
- There is an abundance of pop-up ads.
- Your phone has apps you don’t remember downloading.
- Unexplained data usage occurs.
- Higher phone bills arrive.
How do you check if my screen is LED or LCD?
Liquid Crystal technology requires a separate light source positioned behind the LCD Matrix (part that forms the image) to shine through the “shutters”. Whenever you see or hear “LED screen”, it usually means an LCD panel with a backlighting provided by an array of LEDs (Light Emitting Diodes).
How do I know if my phone screen is damaged?
If you drop your phone and the screen is cracked or shattered, but the display is still lit up, you have probably only damaged the front screen. However, if you see lines, black spots or discolored areas, or the screen won’t light up, your LCD screen is most likely damaged and will need to be repaired.
How can you tell if a phone screen is cracked or broken?
Examine the broken area with bright lights
Moving forward, you can flash a bright light on the screen to check if your phone screen is broken or it’s just the tempered glass. Most times, flashing a bright light on the screen won’t cause much refraction of light if only the tempered glass was broken.
What causes LCD damage?
If you crack your phone screen and do not fix it immediately, you could damage your LCD. Dust can also seep through the cracks on the screen and cause LCD screen damage. Water or liquid damage: If you drop your phone into water or some other liquid, some of it could seep into the phone and damage the LCD screen.