I was playing a game on my LG G3 android phone, and after playing an advertisement, my LG G3 touch screen was unresponsive, so I couldn't restart or power off the phone. I had to resort to pulling the battery out while the phone was still on.
Now every time I try to use my LG G3, the screen is responsive, but after a while of use, it become unresponsive. The phone becomes responsive again if I wait. After using it for a while, the phone becomes unresponsive again. The double tap to wake up my phone does not work. The screen does rotate, but whenever I touch the screen, nothing happens.
The screen works in safe mode.
I already took out the battery, waited a few minutes and put it back in.
Antivirus didn't seem to find anything.
Every time I press the power button, usually, the phone screen goes black. Now, it dims, then goes black.
Is there a way to find which app is causing my screen to become unresponsive? I haven't installed any new apps. This all started when I tried to sync my files from my LG G3 to my LG G6. I prefer not to use my newer phone until the developer of the game I am playing allows me to transfer all the coins from the game from my old phone to new phone.
The phone would also sometimes be stuck on the LG screen. It first says android near the bottom, then it does some animation and then the android logo is gone, like it should be. My phone would be stuck at that LG screen without the android logo after the animation. To fix it, I had to remove the battery. Sometimes it does this, and sometimes it boots properly.
I wouldn't say the phone is frozen. As I said, when I rotate my phone, the screen rotates with it. The power and volume buttons also work. The only thing that does not work is the screen itself. Touching the screen does nothing.
Update: Screen not responding to input commands even in safe mode.
Edited by signofzeta, 15 February 2018 - 06:38 AM.