Two Ways to Test Touchscreen on Samsung Galaxy (Code & Samsung Members)

2 Ways to Test Touchscreen on Samsung Galaxy with a Secret Code & App

Whenever you want to buy a used or a second-hand Samsung Galaxy smartphone then you will definitely test/check a couple of things related hardware specifically. Before buying a used mobile phone, you must test the phone’s touchscreen, speaker, sensor, Camera, and many more things. So, in this guide, you will learn 2 different ways to test touchscreen on Samsung Galaxy smartphones.

Meanwhile, the screen is the most important part of a smartphone and it has to be flawless in order to work properly. Many smartphone users may face a problem with the touch screen and want to check for dead spots or verify that some areas of the screen are truly unresponsive. Luckily, there are 2 best possible ways to test touchscreen on Samsung Galaxy smartphones.

You Might Also Like: How to Find Clipboard on a Samsung Phone (S9, S10, Note 10, S20, etc)

Method 1. Check Touchscreen on Samsung Phone with Samsung Members App

The first method to test the touchscreen on Samsung Galaxy is to use the Samsung Members app. Samsung Members is a useful and handy app that comes pre-installed on most of the newer Galaxy devices (S9, S10, S20, Note 8, Note 9, Note 10 &, etc). However, if you can’t find the app on your phone then you can download it from Google Play Store or Galaxy Store.

In the meantime, Samsung Members is a growing community of Galaxy professionals offering support, feedback, and analysis across the globe. It offers resources that you need from Galaxy-related tips to troubleshooting in one easy-to-use app, along with access to a wealth of information, tips, and the latest product news.

Note: The below screenshots are taken on the latest version of the Samsung Members app.

Step 1. Open the Samsung Members app.

Step 2. Tap Get help at the bottom and select Start.




Step 3. Here, you’ll see a bunch of available options related to your phone’s hardware such as Battery, Mic, Speaker, Wi-Fi, Camera, Fingerprints, Touch screen, and other things. To test your Galaxy’s touchscreen simply tap the Touch screen.


Step 5. Now, swipe across squares until they’ve all changed colors.

Touch screen

Step 6. When you’re done, you will instantly get the result. If the status is normal then your touchscreen is working properly.

Check Touchscreen on Samsung Phone with Samsung Members App

Method 2. Test your Samsung Touchscreen with a Secret Code (*#0*#)

The second method is by far the easiest method to test the touchscreen of your Samsung Galaxy phone. It’s pretty straightforward and relatively easy to use a secret code command. All you need to do is open the dial pad on your mobile phone, enter the secret code and you will be taken to a new page where you can test Speaker, Camera, Sensor, Touch, and some others. Here is how it’s done:

Step 1. Open the Phone app on your Samsung Galaxy phone and enter *#0*# using the Keypad.

The phone will go into its secret diagnostic mode immediately. Remember that the procedure is automated and there’s no need to tap the green call button to enter the order.

Step 2. After entering the code you will see the diagnostic mode menu. To test the Touchscreen of your Samsung phone tap Touch.

Step 3. Now, to complete the X-marked box, trace the squares on the screen, which should turn green. Once done, you will be automatically taken back to the main test page.

Test Touchscreen on Samsung Galaxy


Step 4. To exit the diagnostic or test mode, simply press or tap the back key twice.

Wrapping Up 

Before buying a used Samsung Galaxy phone or simply want to verify the dead spots of your phone, you can use either the Secret code or Samsung Members app to test the touchscreen of your Samsung Galaxy phone. However, not only you can test the Touch but you can also test Mic, Speaker, Camera, Sensor, and many more.

Related Posts:

ShaadLife Team: We are professional How-to content writers. As a tech enthusiast and geek, we love to write and share articles about different operating systems such as Android, Windows, macOS, iOS, and some other products like a smartwatch and smart TV.
Recent Posts

This website uses cookies.