Echo show device is packed with some amazing and great features for users who opt for it. But despite its good features, echo show users may experience an issue with its display such as screen flickering problem which can be frustrating.
In this article, I will provide you with quick and simple tips on how you can fix the problem of screen flickering on your echo show. But providing the solutions, it is important to clearly state some vital causes of screen flickering on echo show in order to avoid the same issue once you are able to rectify it.
Causes of Screen Flickering On Echo Show
Below is a list of some notable cause of screen flickering troubleshooting problem on Echo Show;
- Faulty LED circuit board: On the screen display, a grid of infrared LED lights and receptors brings up the touch screen sensitivity which may result in display problems
- Interference From Foreign Devices: This flickering problem can occur when the echo show is located near stronger devices such as a computer, a printer or other device that interrupt signal
- Bright Screen: Screen flickering display may occur if the screen brightness is too high.
Now that the major causes of screen flickering problem has been highlighted, let’s move to the next phase of this article which is the solution of how to fix screen flickering display on your echo show.
How to Fix Screen Flickering On Echo Show
There are three distinct methods of how this issue can be fixed. These three methods are broken down into three steps below;
Firstly, Reboot the Device; this is the easiest way to solve the problem as quickly as possible.
- Hold and press the leftmost button located on top of the device which is the mute button
- Then tap “OK” when the power off option shows up
- Furthermore, press and hold the mute button again and the device will restart.
Secondly, Adjust the Screen Brightness; if step 1 above is carried out and the problem still persist, and then you will need to reduce the screen brightness if it is too high
- Drag down your screen and go to “Settings”
- Select “Display” and scroll down to brightness, the lower it by less than medium
- Or select the adaptive brightness and switch it on
Thirdly, Factory Reset; if the above solution still doesn’t work out, the next step is to rest your device to factory mode.
- Swipe down from the top of the screen and click “Settings”
- Scroll down to device option and click on it
- Scroll down to” Reset Factory Default” then click on reset
Note; However, if none of the above steps work out, you will have to contact Amazon help directly for more assistance.