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2. Third-Party Apps:

Third-party apps are available on the Google Play Store that can help you turn your Android phone into a WiFi repeater. Apps like "NetShare - no-root tethering" or "WiFi Repeater" provide easy-to-use solutions.

How to Fix a Chromebook Touchscreen That's Not Working

How to Fix a Chromebook Touchscreen That's Not Working

What Causes a Chromebook Touchscreen to Stop Working?

Here are the most common reasons that Chromebook touchscreens stop working:

Dirt or debris on the screen: If the screen is dirty, the touchscreen functionality may not work. The same is true if your hands are dirty or wet.

System settings: The touchscreen may have been disabled accidentally, in which case you can fix the problem by re-enabling it.

What Causes a Chromebook Touchscreen to Stop Working?

Here are the most common reasons that Chromebook touchscreens stop working:

– Software problems: Most Chromebook software issues can be resolved through a hardware or factory reset.

Hardware problems: The touchscreen digitizer or other hardware may have failed.

What Causes a Chromebook Touchscreen to Stop Working?

How to Fix a Chromebook Touchscreen That Doesn't Work

Screenwash. Clean your Chromebook's screen using a lint-free cloth while it's off. It's like cleaning an iPad screen. Remove dirt, food crumbs, sticky residues, and fluids from the screen.

If the screen is dirty, apply a cleaning solution and a microfiber cloth. Don't drip on the keyboard or let the cleaning solution run behind the screen. Dry the screen using a microfiber towel.

What Causes a Chromebook Touchscreen to Stop Working?

How to Fix a Chromebook Touchscreen That Doesn't Work

To hard reset a Chromebook: 1. Turn off the Chromebook. 2. Press and hold the refresh key and push the power button. 3. Release the refresh key when the Chromebook starts up. To hard reset a Chromebook tablet: 1. Press and hold the volume up and power buttons. 2. Wait 10 seconds. 3. Release the buttons.

What Causes a Chromebook Touchscreen to Stop Working?

How to Fix a Chromebook Touchscreen That Doesn't Work

Reset your Chromebook. Resetting your touch screen to factory settings may help. Powerwashing removes all local data, so back up any local files to Google Drive.