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How To Know If Your SAMSUNG Phone Is Damaged: Use These Secret Parameters

Now you can detect possible hardware failures of Samsung phones thanks to this hidden function of One UI.

Using this secret parameter, you can find out if your Samsung phone is faulty.

One UI is a customization layer developed by Samsung for its Android phones and has many hidden functions, some of which we have already revealed to you.

So, after we explained to you the various tips and tricks in the previous post, this time we have found a new secret setup tip that will let you know if your Samsung phone has been damaged.

Thanks to these tips and tricks, you will be able to tell if one of the components of your Samsung phone has crashed or has a problem. So you can detect hardware failure on your Samsung phone.

Today's smartphones are full of sensors and other hardware components tasked with performing all sorts of tasks, but with so much going on, it's almost impossible to track your health without the right tools.

However, all Samsung phones have a secret function that allows you to diagnose the hardware of your terminal and thus check if any of its components are faulty.

How to diagnose hardware on Samsung phones

To perform a hardware diagnosis on your Samsung phone, you just need to follow these simple steps:
  1. Access your Samsung smartphone settings
  2. Scroll down and go to the Maintenance and battery section
  3. Click the Diagnosis button
  4. Analyze one or more hardware and software components of your phone or all of them by clicking on the blue button that appears at the bottom
  5. If after analyzing a hardware component such as battery health, you want to diagnose another component, simply press the "Continue Testing" button and in the pop-up window, click the option To restart.
By doing this, your smartphone will start analyzing all its hardware and software elements like NFC, SIM card, sensors, bluetooth, speakers, microphone, Wi-Fi or even facial recognition.

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At the end of this test, a pop-up will appear asking if you want to receive a notification reminding you to rediagnose after a certain time and all items that have been successfully scanned will be marked with a blue "V". Good luck..

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