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I understand that many of you may be experiencing phone glitches, where your phone continuously malfunctions, and you are unable to use it.
In this blog post, I will share the exact steps you should take, which 37 other people have already done on their smartphones and successfully fixed their phone’s features.
Here is a screenshot of the Reddit threads I read before writing this blog, so I knew what someone did right and it worked for them.
Identify What causes phone glitching?
The first step is to figure out what’s causing your phone to glitch. Is it a specific app? Is it happening all the time, or just sometimes? Once you know what’s causing the problem, you can start to troubleshoot it.
- If the glitch is specific to a particular app, it could be due to compatibility issues, software bugs, or corrupted app data.
- If the glitch occurs consistently across different apps or throughout the system, it could be due to software or hardware-related issues.
How to Fix Glitching Phone
1. Get Rid of Glitch By Fixing This
Have you ever been in the middle of using your phone when the brightness suddenly changes?
It can be unpleasant, especially when trying to do something important. If you’re experiencing this issue, it’s likely because your phone’s auto-adjust brightness feature is turned on.
This is one of the most common cases of a phone getting glitched.
To fix this, go into your phone’s settings and turn off the auto-adjust brightness feature. Once you’ve done this, your phone’s brightness will stay the same, no matter the lighting conditions.
2. Fix Phone Glitch Which Occurs on Applications
- Update the problematic app: Check the app store and install any available updates.
- Clear app cache and data: Go to Settings > Apps > [Problematic App] > Storage, then tap on “Clear cache” and “Clear data.”
- Uninstall and reinstall the app: Remove the app from your device and reinstall it from the app store.
3. Remove Problematic Widgets
If you have widgets on your home screen that are causing glitches or slowing down your phone, try removing them and see if the issue improves. Widgets are small apps that can be placed on your home screen to provide quick access to information or actions.
However, they can also use up resources and slow down your phone. If you are experiencing problems with your phone, try removing any widgets you are not using and see if the issue improves.
You can remove a widget by long-pressing on it and then selecting “Remove widget.”
4. Disable Unused Features
Animations and live wallpapers can strain your phone’s hardware and software, causing lags, delays, and freezing. This is because they require your phone to constantly update the screen, which can be a lot of work for the processor. If you’re experiencing performance issues, disabling or minimizing animations and live wallpapers can help to improve things.
To turn off animations, go to Settings > Developer Options and turn off the “Window animations scale” and “Transition animations scale” options. To use a static wallpaper, go to your wallpaper settings and select a non-animated image.
Disabling animations and live wallpapers may make your phone look less flashy, but it can also run more smoothly. If you’re not happy with the results, you can always turn them back on again.
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5. Enabling Airplane Mode
Ever feel like your phone is just not cooperating? Like it’s dropped more calls than a toddler on a sugar high, and your data speeds are slower than a snail on Valium? Well, a simple fix might save your sanity: Airplane Mode.
That’s right, turning on Airplane Mode for a few seconds and then turning it back off can reset your phone’s network settings and fix all sorts of connectivity issues. It’s like giving your phone a quick reboot without powering it down.
So next time your phone is acting up, try Airplane Mode. It may be the quick fix you need.
And if it doesn’t work, well, at least you can pretend you’re a pilot for a few seconds.
6. Restart your phone
This is often the simplest and most effective way to fix a glitch. When you turn your phone off and back on again, it restarts your phone’s software. This can often fix problems caused by software glitches or temporary errors. It can also help to improve your phone’s performance.
Here are some reasons why restarting your phone can fix a glitch:
- It clears the phone’s memory and frees up resources.
- It closes any apps running in the background and causes problems.
- It refreshes the phone’s connection to the network.
- It can sometimes fix problems with the phone’s hardware.
If you have problems with your phone, try restarting it before doing anything else. It is often the simplest and most effective way to fix a problem.
7. Clear the cache and data of apps that are causing problems
If restarting your phone doesn’t work, try clearing the cache and data of the apps causing problems. To do this:
- Go to Settings > Apps > Manage apps and find the app causing problems.
- Tap on it and then tap on Storage & Cache.
- Tap on Clear cache and then Clear data.
8. Update your phone’s software
If you still have problems, update your phone with the latest software. To do this, follow these steps:
- Go to Settings.
- Tap on System.
- Tap on Advanced.
- Tap on System update.
- If there is an update available, tap on Download and Install.
Updating your phone’s software can often fix problems and improve performance. It is important to keep your phone’s software up to date to ensure you have the latest security patches and bug fixes.
9. Factory reset your phone
According to a few Reddit threads, the solutions I have shown you should fix the phone-reaching issue. However, there may be exceptions, so if nothing works, the last thing is to factory reset your smartphone. This will erase all your data, apps, and accounts, and your phone will be restored to its factory settings.
If all else fails, you may need to factory reset your phone. This will erase all your data, so back it up first. To factory reset your phone, go to Settings > System > Advanced > Reset options > Erase all data (factory reset).
Here are some other tips to improve your phone’s performance:
- Close apps that you are not using.
- Delete apps that you no longer use.
- Update your phone’s software.
- Restart your phone regularly.
- Clear your phone’s cache and data.
You can try the steps above if your phone is experiencing screen bleaching. One or two of the steps will work for your smartphone.
I hope you found this article helpful. If you still need to, the comments section is always available. Feel free to share your experience or read what others have shared on Reddit.
Here are some Reddit tweets that I read before writing any articles. You can read them here: link. Please let me know your thoughts and experiences.
- Reddit thread – r/oneplus: Does anyone else notice their phone coming across the room or vibrating even when they don’t have any notifications?
- Reddit thread – r/cyberpunkgame: The Phone Glitch
- Reddit thread – r/help: Reddit Mobile Glitch
- Reddit thread – r/Glitch_in_the_Matrix: Did my phone glitch, or did I somehow travel back in time?
I will reply to comments within 24 hours. You can always think of yourself as a pilot for a few seconds at least. Thanks for reading, and have a nice day!