Wondering if your smartphone is in good health? Whether it’s a phone you just bought or an older device you want to sell, you can put it through a series of diagnostic tests. Some Android devices have built-in diagnostic tools, but the App Store and Google Play Store offer third-party diagnostic tools as well.
Apps like Phone Doctor Plus, Phone Diagnostics, Phone Check & Test, and TextX can run a battery of tests to check the touch screen, audio, video, camera, microphone, sensors, and other components of your phone. Here’s how they work.
run diagnostics on samsung phone
Samsung’s line of Galaxy smartphones has a built-in diagnostics tool that can be accessed from the keypad. Open the Phone app and tap Keypad, then type ,#0*##0*#, A diagnostic screen pops up with buttons for a variety of tests.
Tap Red, Greenor Blue To test those pixel colors. Tap receiver To check audio, vibration to try the vibration feature, or sensor To test the accelerometer and other sensors. you can also tap Touch and then move your finger around the screen, or tap to test the touch screen low frequency To test low-frequency sounds.
Once you’re done, touch the screen or tap the Back button to return to the main screen. If you tap the Back button from the main menu, you’ll be returned to the Phone app.
samsung member for samsung phone
Samsung offers its own free app known as Samsung Members, which can be downloaded from Google Play. It provides sales and technical support, and also provides a built-in diagnostics tool. Open the app and tap Diagnostic button on the home screen.
Tap different icons to run diagnostic test on Battery, SIM card, Sensor, Touch screen, Flashlight, Camera, Microphone, Speaker, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and more. Alternatively, tap test all button to test all one by one. If the test is successful, a checkmark appears on its icon.
run diagnostics on motorola phone
Motorola phones can use the Device Support app, which comes pre-installed on some devices. Open the app and tap device diagnostics, to select troubleshoot problems To test the touch-screen display, battery, audio, camera, connectivity, and more.
Choose hardware test To run diagnostics on display, backlight, touch screen, multi-touch capability, flash, front and rear cameras and proximity sensors. Do a test run by tapping on the icon for the feature you want to run. You can tap Complete test on the Hardware screen to perform all available diagnostics.
Phone Doctor Plus for iPhone and Android
Ready for iOS and Android, Phone Doctor Plus starts by showing you a list of various tests to run, including memory, CPU, speakers, microphone, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, touch screen, camera, charging and many more. tests are included. , tap Play button to run all tests or swipe left to see a list of all available tests that you can run individually. The app then displays the results of any tests.
The app also provides a status screen that displays your battery charge, available storage, free memory and network bandwidth. It also researches and displays the trade-in value of your phone. The Android app also includes an inventory report that makes sure all components of the phone are original and a battery health test to check the condition of your battery.
Phone Diagnostics for iPhone and Android
Available for iPhone and Android, Phone Diagnostics offers a variety of tests to check your touch screen, camera, speakers, microphone, Wi-Fi, cellular access, and many other components. Simply tap or tap on the button for the test you want to run Start To run all the tests one after the other.
The multi-touch test asks you to place three fingers on the screen. The camera test captures pictures using the front and rear cameras, while the video record test shoots a quick video using the rear camera. The speed test asks you to move your phone around, and the GPS test verifies your location on the map.
The app doesn’t generate any reports or results, but each successful test turns its button green, while a failed or interrupted test shows up in red. The app may also try to take you to a repair shop if your phone needs to be fixed. The basic version is free with ads, but you can pay $1.99 to be ad-free.
test and test phone for android
Designed for Android, Phone Check & Test lets you trigger a wide range of diagnostics on your device. The app begins with an overview to explain how it works, how to run its various tests, and what is included in each test. A monitor screen shows you current usage for memory, storage, battery, Wi-Fi, and cellular.
To run a guided test, select the features you want to include. The app can check your battery, network connectivity, audio, display, touch screen, GPS, camera and sensors, among other features. Some tests run automatically, while others require your input.
After each test, you can tap Ok If your phone gets passed or not right If anything raises a red flag. You can skip any test and go to the next test. A summary screen then displays the results of each test.
textx for iphone
Designed for iPhone (and iPad), the free TestX app can run diagnostics on your phone’s touch screen, earphones, speakers, microphone, accelerometer, compass, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, battery, sensor, camera, and flash.
The app provides a lot of flexibility to run different tests. you can choose quick scan Tap or to check key features full scan to check everything. Alternatively, you can perform all tests within a certain range or run only a specific test.
A green circle shows a test that has been completed successfully. After running the required tests, you can generate a complete report to see the results. As a bonus feature, the app provides password-protected access to notes, files, photo albums, and other content you want to create and protect.