“My Samsung Galaxy S7 screen went completely black for about a day, I was listening to music in Google Music, left it alone, came back to life next day. The phone was on, I could hear it on call and was able to get call but screen was black not able to see anything. I have no data to back up and I just want to get photos back from black screen S7 because there are a lot of precious photos of my son stored on the device. Can anyone help me?”
Something About Samsung Galaxy S7:
The Samsung Galaxy S7 features a 5.1-inch Quad HD AMOLED screen, Qualcomm’s most powerful Snapdragon 820 system chip under the hood and a brand new 12-megapxiel camera with low light superpowers. All of that runs on a new edition of TouchWiz on the top of Android 6 Marshmallolw. And the microSD card slot is back: you can use a card of up to 200GB onf the S7. The Galaxy S7 also has a very large, 3000mAh battery and it adds IP68 water resistance.
Take S7 as an example, Samsung Galaxy S7 has been considered as a good quality, high technology, multi-function phone, but sometimes there will be some problems when we use it. Such as Samsung Galaxy data lost when the Samsung Galaxy get broken and black screen. It can happen to you with your new Samsung Galaxy S7 that the screen remains black after starting your smartphone and booting the Android operating system. The Samsung Galaxy S7 is ON in this case, but the screen shows nothing. If your phone is in black screen state and you can not do anything, firstly remove the battery and then put the battery back and start your phone. But if it does not work, you can try the following solution to solve the problem and get your lost photos back from black screen Samsung device.
Broken Samsung Data Recovery is suitable for retrieving lost/deleted pictures on Samsung with black screen, as well as contacts, text messages, videos, call history, whatsapp messages, calendar, documents, etc. No matter what situations we meet such as cracked screen, water-damaged, black screen, cannot enter the system, touch screen cannot be used when we use Samsung smartphones, it is just a piece of cake to get back the precious data from broken Samsung phones including Samsung Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 Edge, Galaxy S6/S5/S4/S3, Galaxy A9, A8, Note 5 and Galaxy Tab series and more.
Step 1.Download, Install and Run Samsung Data Recovery
After launching Samsung Data Recovery, click on “Start” next to “Broken Android Phone Data Extraction” at the bottom of the program.
Step 2.Choose the File Types to Recover
Then you need to select what file types you want to recover through a presented window. Samsung Data Recovery can support to recover contacts, messaging, call history, WhatsApp messages & attachments, Gallery, Audio and more. If you just want to get photos back, you can tick “Gallery” box and go on.
Step 3.Choose the Fault Type of Your Black Screen Samsung
After the second step, click on Next, and you need to choose the fault type of your phone. One is “Touch cannot to used or cannot enter the system” and the other is “Black screen (or the screen is broken)”. Then go on the next step.
Choose the correct Device Name and Device Model for your phone on the new window. At present this function is only suitable for some of Samsung devices in Galaxy S, Galaxy Note and Galaxy Tab series. Then click on “Next”.
Step 4.Enter Download Mode on Your Black Screen Samsung
Then, get your Samsung into Download Mode by following the instructions on the program: Firstly. power off the phone; Then, press and hold Volume “-“, “Home” and “Power” button on the phone; At last, press “Volume +” button to enter download mode.
Step 5.Make a Analysis on Your Samsung with Black Screen
After entered the “Download mode”, the software will start downloading “recovery package”,it will take you a short time,please wait a while.
When the downloading is finish, the selected data item stored in the device will be scanned out.
Step 6.Preview and Recover Photos on Black Screen Samsung Galaxy
As a result, all the file types by categories will be displayed by the program. Then you can select the files to preview and choose the “Gallery” you need and hit “Recover” to save all the precious images to computer.
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Many users looking for a solution to fix black screen after turning on Samsung Android phone.Don’t worry,you can hard reset Samsung Galaxy with black screen and restore Android to factory reset,finally,restart the Android system then reboot your phone into normal status.
If the software problem cause the Samsung phone stuck in black screen or blank screen, it is recommended:
You can try charging for a period of time try to boot the Samsung phone, if still can not boot, it is recommended that you can Hard Reset Samsung phone with Black Screen to restore the Android system to normal.
Step 1.Turn off the phone
Step 2.Press and hold the power key + volume down to enter recovery mode
Step 3.Select wipe date / factory reset to clear the data and restore the factory settings, and wipe cache partition to clear the cache data
Step 4.Then select reboot system now to restart the system.
Note:Before hard reset the phone,please ensure the device is charged to a minimum of 5%. If battery level is below 5%, the device may not power on after the reboot.
Tips:If you fix the black screen phone through hard reset,it is likely to cause photos,videos,SMS,contacts data and other personal information erased due to Android system restored to factory settings.
However,we strongly recommend you using the Broken Android Data Recovery to fix black/blank screen, crashed, frozen or locked Android phone to normal and extract text messages, contacts, call history, WhatsApp, photos, etc. from broken phone easily.Please download the Broken Android Phone Data Extraction and follow the easy guide as above to fix the black screen Samsung S7/S6/S5/S4/S3/Note and recover Samsung data back.
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