Exactly in June 2018, LG Q7 was released publicly as a mid-range Android smartphone model. This device is unique in its own way, as a matter of fact, it is a MIL-STD-810G compliant device that also has an IP68 certification. Not only that, it makes use of a 5.5 inch IPS LCD Screen with a resolution of 1080 x 2160 Pixels. This device has a 13MP camera at the back. And an 8MP camera at the front. It also exhibits a Snapdragon 450 Octa-core Processor that’s paired with 4GB of RAM under the hood. Based on our recent findings, at-times, this LG Q7 normally develop some faults irrespective of how performing it is. One of the faults will be addressed in this article, which is “Screen Flickering Issue“. I will advise you to adhere to all the instructions that will be outlined in this article without missing any step.
How To Fix The LG Q7 Screen Flickering Issue
I will urge you, make sure you are running on the latest software version before you carry out any troubleshooting step below. Once there is an update endeavor to download and install it first because this will help to reduce any problem that can be caused by the old software. Below are those vital steps that will help you to fix this problem
Do A Soft Reset
The fact that the screen flickers can be as a result of the phone storing up corrupt temporal data. So, in that case, the first thing you have to do is to refresh the phone software which you can do by just restarting the device. The truth is that this procedure is normally used in an unresponsive device, no doubt. But you can still use it in this case likewise. To do this just press and hold the Power button and Volume Down until the device powers off, approximately 8 seconds, then release. Once this is done check if the LG Q7 screen flickering issue still occurs. If it does occur, make use of the guideline below.
Clean The Cache Partition Of The Phone
We observed that the device normally store the most commonly used data for easy retrieval which helps the device to function properly. But at times this cached data stored in the dedicated partition of the phone can become corrupts and when this happens, certain issues will arise on the phone. So in order to eliminate the possibility that this is what is causing the problem, you have to wipe or clean the cache partition of the phone from recovery mode. You can do this by following the guidelines below:
- Click on Settings from the home screen.
- Click on General
- Click on Storage and go to Internal Storage
- Exercise a bit patience as menu option calculates
- Click on Free Up Space
- Click on Temporary File and Raw File
- Select the following options: Cached Data, Clip Tray Temporary Files, Raw Files From The Camera.
- Click on Delete.